what is the best build of computer?

May 28, 2007 5:01am CST
list all your best brand of computer parts because i want to buy a new computer... my old computer brand MotherBOard : Asus PC400 Processor : 1.5 Ghz Socket 478 Memory : 512 DDR Kingston Hard Disk : 80 GIG Baracuda SeaGate Monitor : 14" Giant LanCard : Bestek Video Card : 128 Inno3d Speaker : Xfree 2.1 DVDROM : ASUS 52x
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@gscs1838 (1536)
• Malaysia
28 May 07
my spec ... amd 1.8 asus mainboard 1 gb ram 200+100 hdd 256mb agp dvdcombo creative sound card ....
• Philippines
28 May 07
nice specs
@gscs1838 (1536)
• Malaysia
28 May 07
it is the portable wireless server  - Physical 
Dimensions : 112mm x 77mm x 22mm 
Weight: 230g (with battery) 

Wireless Interface Standard: IEEE-802.11b & 802.11g Standards 
Frequency Band: 2.4GHz – 2.4835GHz ISM BW 
Modulation Technology: 802.11b: CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK; 802.11g: OFDM 
Data rate: Up to 54Mbps 
Mode: Ad-Hoc or Infrastructure
Range: Up to 30m 
Security Features 
Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) 64-bit and 128-bit encryption 
Username and Password Protected Access 

Internal HDD Storage 
Capacity: 20GB/40GB/60GB/User Determined 
Form Factor: 1.8” HDD or 2.5” HDD 
Interface: IDE/ATA 

LED Indicators & Switches 
HDD Activity and Power/Charging/Critical Power Indication 
Button/Switch: Power On/Off, Ad-Hoc/Infrastructure Selection 
Battery : Li-Ion 
Usage hours: 2 hours (Continuous Access) 
Charging time: 3 hours 
Charging Adaptor: 110/240VAC, 50/60Hz Input, 5VDC Output 

System Requirements 
Windows 2000 or XP 
Pentium III or higher with 128MB RAM 
IEEE-802.11b/g Interface 
Operating temperatures: 5 to 40 C 
Storage temperatures: -10 to 50C 
Relative humidity: 5% to 90% 
Shock operational: 300G or less (2ms, half sine wave) 
Non-operational: 1000G or less (1ms, half sine wave) 
Shock operational: 300G or less (2ms, half sine wave) 
Non-operational: 1000G or less (1ms, half sine wave)
hey! i have some cool stuff to share....WiDrive the 1st portable wireless storage server...for more info, drop me a email Wi-Drive is a wireless hard disk device. Traditionally, hard disk is WIRE connected to computing device such as PC or Notebook. With Wi-DRIVE the need for such physical connection is eliminated as the IEEE 802.11b/g wireless technology is now used as the medium of connectivity. With Wi-DRIVE user is free from the hassle and crumble some need of connecting cables and able to enjoy storage capacity that is no longer limited by physically connected storage devices. By converging both wireless and storage technology together, Wi-DRIVE further enhances the experience of data mobility by providing user with seamless access to their data storage. In addition, through the wireless network, Wi-DRIVE enables data storage to be seamlessly shared among users or computational devices. Wi-Drive is the result of a unique communication protocol that is developed to optimize the usage wireless bandwidth for blocks storage data transfer between the end computing devices (PC/Laptop/Notebook) and Wi-DRIVE itself. Wi-DRIVE is of low power design to allow portability and its rechargeable battery enabling it to sustain continuous access of data up to 4 hours. Beside the unique communication protocol (currently had filed for patents), Wi-DRIVE allows up to 8 person to share its content with the owner controlling the security access. We will be launching the product by end Feb through Singapore Press and another launch to commercial sector in earlier April (after Cebit). Currently there are some competitor products that are also leveraging on Wi-Fi connectivity. However, they are not portable and having its information being presented as a file folder, unlike Wi-DRIVE which is battery-operated for high mobility and the storage access is at block-level storage that is similar to an internal hard drive, providing better efficiency and direct storage management functions such as formatting and partitioning not seen in conventional file sharing approach. The block-access could also be use to enable wireless booting of OS. Furthermore the data transfer for most of the competitors products are not fully optimized for the lossy behavior of wireless network. Wi-DRIVE through its unique communication protocol addresses such lossy behavior and allows high data transfer rate, maximizing the available wireless bandwidth for up to 5 or 8 users for simultaneous streaming of diVX/mpeg videos or music files onto different connected computer devices without any interferences.
@Phlamingho (7827)
• Denmark
28 May 07
How much money do you have to spend on a computer? If I just list the best parts I know you wont be able to afford it :-)
• Philippines
29 May 07
$5,000 is it enough?