Intel previewed its quad-core Tigerton processor way back in October of last year, but the company has just now let all that server-specific power loose on the general populace, with a couple of slightly scaled back versions also thrown in for good measure.
If you talk to any half-witted video enthusiast or ask an associate at your local big box retailer – bearing in mind that the two groups are pretty much the same – they’ll unmistakably tell you that HDMI is better than component, case closed, end of story. This is just based on tired assumptions of the entire audio/visual industry.
As things stand now, a number of devices have been released by various manufacturers that are compatible with Draft 2.0 of the 802.11n protocol. Now, however, a new twist in the saga of 802.11n development has some observers wondering whether or not the final specification will ever see the light of day.
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