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Date: 2006-09-04
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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation M65: Intel Core 2 Duo Inside
Fastest Merom processor inside a power user's notebook
Just before the release of Intel's Core 2 Duo processors for mobile PCs, we received a Dell Precision Mobile Workstation M65 with one of the new dual-core processors inside (price as tested, $3288). The notebook, aimed at professionals who need desktop workstation-class performance in a mobile form factor, is used by engineers, architects, video editors and those who want to do compositing using Adobe After Effects. Keeping that in mind, we ran our suite of Adobe After Effects benchmarks on the test unit, comparing it to a older Dell laptop with an Intel Core Duo processor on board.

Night Train to Hannover
Lotus shows the roadmap for the next version of Lotus Notes/Domino
The next version of Notes won't be out until 2007, but IBM is ready to show where the next version — code-named Hannover — will be taking its users.

A Stroll Through Office 2007
And the first-place ribbon goes to...
Microsoft's Office 2007 will sport a shiny new interface. Lynn Greiner walks you through a few of the changes, and points out likely places where users might be confused.

Keep Yer Paws Off Your PC: Preventing End-Users from Installing Applications
Surely, users think, downloading a screensaver can't hurt anything!
IT professionals need to strike a balance between user freedom (such as letting them install any app they want) and keeping a predictable and safe computing environment. Several network admins give their advice about the best way to find and maintain that balance -- with tech tips for each operating system.

Seagate 750GB Pushbutton backup hard drive
External USB/FireWire hard drive
The Seagate 750GB pushbutton backup hard drive is an external USB 2.0/FireWire drive solution targeted at those who need access to large capacity hard drives for backup and storage in a portable solution. The Seagate 750GB features a 3.5-inch Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 family hard drive in its 7.125 D x6.5 W x 2.25 H enclosure. The drive spins at 7200RPM and feature 16MB cache.

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