Intel had a quite large
booth at CES full of Pentium 4 systems running at 2.2GHz.
Two Pentium 4 laptops were on display. The Intel representative at the booth
wouldn’t tell us the MHz, so I tried to open the My Computer properties to
see. Of course, he immediate saw what I was doing and stepped in front of
me. However, he did say that they are 1.5 GHz plus. Considering that they
are based on the .13 micron process, I would bet they
we’re running higher.
Here is an expensive Phillips
DVD+RW. Pictured are the 1500 and 1000 models.
Yamaha had their DVD+RW solution on display as well, pictured is the prototype
of the DVD-R2000.
Panasonic had their DMR-E20S
and DMR-E20K models on the display. Both units support DVDR and DVDRAM writing.