Jan 6th 2011 6:12PM I re-read the article. It does appear it uses a LCD on the bottom, as to how they plan on finally integrating it, I guess we will see.
Doesn't matter if they are using older games. It was most likely the easiest thing to work with on the prototype, they started with something that works. And will most likely move forward adding additional hardware to increase performance.
Considering they crammed the Nvidia 335M graphics on the M11x, I have no doubt they could do the same with something like this.
Jan 6th 2011 5:45PM This system has real keys, it's not a rubber overlay on a screen, the design is similar to the Optimus keyboard with OLED keys. They are fully working keys. The main screen is a capacitive touch screen to help with the lack of a mouse.
The system I believe will be using the Oak Trail platform from intel, this is supposed to improve performance quite a bit with the Atom lineup, as for graphic performance. I doubt this will be using built on Intel graphics. It will most likely have something like the Alienware M11x system.
Oct 29th 2010 5:01PM Considering the downloader is primarily based on a P2P sharing method, and Blizzard seeds this with a specific amount of bandwidth, there would be no reason for Blizzard to be upset with this happening. The only people that "pay" for it would be the players downloading it if they have P2P enabled in the downloader. So even if Blizzard didn't post that, it still wouldn't be a problem. Because you can't use the patch unless you purchase the game.
So people on their high horse of "OMG it's illegal because you didn't buy it!" Can step down. Because you can't use it until you pay.
Jul 30th 2009 12:41PM I could use something newer. :)