Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by Unempowered, Aug 26, 2009.
Take this dumbshit somewhere else.
Why the hell would you need 2 blu-ray drives that can read at the same time? The only thing I could think of that this would accomplish is faster loading times and or no forced install when you start a game....
It's a parody.
Is there a reliable source to this info other then a few shady "news" sites?
Think of it is a RAID set up with BluRays
It's obviously fake you idiots
idiots. that was a concept idea for the ps3 with a google name slapped on the case.
You had me there for a minute
Because two Blu-ray discs can be read at once, developers will have the option of creating two-disc games that can take up to 100 GB of space by using two discs instead of one, which should almost be enough room to fit the next Metal Gear Solid game’s cinematics. The underlying Android software has been optimized to handle the input from both drives and to take advantage of multicore processors, which is quite handy because the Dual Cerebral console has two unique multicore processors that run at 6 gigahertz each, and that’s without a fancy cooling rig.
I've had it on preorder for months.
it wasnt obvious after you read this???
"These two processors have been formed into a single architecture so complex, no one is quite sure where Google got the technology for it, considering Google is primarily a software company. Of course the main method of researchology these days is Googling something when we don’t know about it, so perhaps there is a cover-up in place? Could Google have access to alien technology?"
The writing is so awful that I doubt anyone was able to read through that.
It was obvious at "The console runs a super version of Android known as “Wedding Cake” and has two slot loading Blu-ray drives, thus the use of the word dual."
Then I scrolled down (I was browsing on my phone) to see the pic and remembered it from a while back.
yes, but when you at saw "ALIEN TECHNOLOGY"..and then kept reading as if it were fact?
alien technology are the last two words of "article" and i didn't even get past the first couple of sentences
i expected more from you.