Dell introduces Precision M2300 Workstation
Dell today introduced its latest notebook, the Precision M2300 Mobile Workstation. It features a 14.1-inch display, Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and up to 4GB of RAM. It is designed for business and other demanding environments. It has the following specifications:
- Intel Core 2 Duo processor up to T7800 (2.6GHz)
- Windows XP Professional/ x64 or Vista Business/Ultimate
- Nvidia Quadro FX 360M graphics
- 14.1-inch WXGA+ widescreen display
- SATA hard drives or optional Solid State Disk
- Dual-channel DDR2 memory, 4GB max
- 802.11 wireless, optional Verizon Mobile Broadband
- Optional fingerprint reader
The Dell Precision M2300 Mobile Workstation starts at $1,439.
Whatever happened to the ‘Dell dude’?
Have you ever wondered what happened to the Dell Dude, Ben Curtis? New York magazine tracked him down and found out he now works at Tortilla Flats, a New York restaurant. While Curtis waits on tables, he still is recognized for his acting work. A quote from the story in the magazine is as follows:
"There was a group of women in their early forties, one of whom was bawling. I walk over and they said, ‘Our friend just passed away. We thought you might be able to cheer [us] up, we know who you are and you’re an incredible human and you’ve been through a lot and you’re an incredible actor. We’re all DEA agents, and we think you should smoke as much pot as you want to. And we love you."
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare reviewed
Forum member The Forerunner has done a thorough review of the latest first-person shooter to hit the market, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. It is the latest intstallment in the Call of Duty series, however unlike previous games in the series, this is the first one that is not based on World War II and is not based on actual events. The full review can be found here in our forums.