i find it kinda funny...

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  1. 1337chaos

    1337chaos Well-Known Member

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    i was thinking about it and its kinda funny... this little tiny thing is more powerful than my old pentium 3 slot type CPU computer

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    that was 333 MHz processor this has 400 MHz, it had 128 MB of ram and so does this, the only thing different is this things screen if about half the resolution of my monitor back then (800x600) technology has come so far since even the early 90's... it amazes me
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    where did you see it was 400mhz? I can't find that information anywhere. Seems pretty fast for a media player.. Could hav some sweet games if it was utilized.
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    1337chaos Well-Known Member

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    It sure is impressive to see what has happened in the last 14 years since i bought my 1st PC (a 486 dx2 at a staggering 50mhz)
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    not to mention the fact that this 400mhz probably runs a lot more efficiently than your old 333mhz, probably making it twice as powerful if not more, heh
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    I have to say whatever the iron they have installed under the hood of this thing, the practical performance is stunning. The speed and responsiveness of the Touch is outstanding. It really does feel like there must be some monster processor lurking inside doesnt it ?

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