Liebermann Olympus 20" Widescreen Notebook with SLI Announced

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  1. martynas

    martynas Notebook Evangelist NBR Reviewer

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    is thath REALLY OLED????
    if that thing will be not concept model or smth, then we will have first normal size mainstream oled display?
    (not counting tiny ones on mobile phones)
     
  2. Balrog

    Balrog Notebook Consultant

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    meh .. the famed "go-l" computers are at it again .. :rolleyes:
    As far as i recall, they're very good at inventing out of this world spec sheets (and pricetags!) .. and that's about it.
     
  3. Brian

    Brian Working at 486 Speed NBR Reviewer

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    Yes marty, an OLED that large would be amazing, as is the rest of this machine. Incidentally when we started asking questions their press contact said someone else would get back to us, which did not happen.
     
  4. yassarian

    yassarian Notebook Deity

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    lol didn't that company shutdown like 2 years ago? Definitely good stuff right there! :D

    20.1" OLED? Last time I've heard, the largest OLED is indeed, 20.1", it's a prototype developed by LG Philips, with a whooping resolution of 2028x1536.

    BTW that picture of the "notebook" was the same one that was on their website way back in 2004. As reported by engadget back then when Liebermann supposely closed their doors http://www.engadget.com/2004/10/15/liebermann-ends-it-all/ hahahhahahah good stuff indeed!

    Speaking of which I got something I'm working on, and is almost ready for the market as well:

    2.2lb notebook, barely larger than a pad of paper.
    Conroe Duo Extreme Quad Core 0.8W low voltage 5.0ghz Hypertransport Turbo Edition with 1.8GB on-chip cache
    500GB 0.8" 15,000rpm SATA-5 HD
    Nvidia 98000 with ATI x9000 as PSU running at 1GHZ, 2GB dedicated memory
    15.4" OLED display(WS of course), 1ns response time, 48bit color depth, 3200x2800 resolution (free magnefier included)
    48GB DDR8 ram (expandable to 96GB)
    28MP digital SLR attached to the top of the OLED display, double as vid cam that records in HD
    Nuclear powered battery, good for 9000 years per charge

    I know that this thing probably will cost more than $10,000, but hey it's a nice proof of concept at least. :D we can all dream...

    cheers,

    yass
     
  5. stamar

    stamar Notebook Prophet

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    well id like to add the comment that it looks like a clevo.
     
  6. kamikazefly

    kamikazefly Notebook Consultant

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    :D THIS JUST KILLED ME!
     
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