I firstauthored the word "videography" into the lexicon,in the OCT 1972 edition ofAMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHER MAGAZINE. 34 years later I amstill developing my "videography workstation".
It is a complete communicationsplatform for peoplewho wantto market to the world. I chose a Pentium M 1.6Ghz last year and it worked fine . . . as long a I stayed with standard definition video.
At the National Assoc. of Broadcasters in LV, I got the High Definition bug, andmy Pentium M 1.6, with only 1GB of RAM and 64MB video card was short on speed and power.
So I am wondering if a Pentium M 2.0 GHz with 2GB of RAM and a 128 MB video card will pass HD video. I will stick with 1280x720 pixels.
In there anything in the Pentium M pipeline that will assure HD success? Also, why can't Pentium M chips be adapted for dual processors?
I have absolutely no use for Pentium 4 mobile chips because I do work with batteries in the field and I don't like the fan noise and heat.
Mar, 22/06/2004 - 18:08