It wasnt entirely directed at you, but some of it still applies. A simple google search or especially a search around these forums will provide a wealth of information on the topic, and no, i dont know everything about every laptop or whats coming out, so i like to check these forums regularly for new information or maybe help people with problems if I can. I'm sure I'm not the only one here who doesn't enjoy seeing dozens of posts about the same topic, having the same questions asked and the same information posted. Just do a search. Not you in particular, but anyone who has a question. So:
1. No, no one has asked YET in the short life of this thread, but it is inevitable, because history repeats itself. Especially in here.
2. I'm a geek not a nerd, thx. (LOLOOLOLOL!!!!!111one...
) And, no, I do not study every processor ever made. I just read the right resources to get information and figured I would share for those who did not. TomsHardwareGuide is very popular and a decent source of information.
3. I thought the english was pretty clear, perhaps missing a comma, but I'll try again: "If you do not understand the benefits of having a 64-bit processor or a dual-core processor, you most likely
(as some people just dont know...) are not performing tasks that require the additional computing power, and therefore, will not need more than a current Pentium M or Turion to complete your daily tasks." I hope that was better.
4. And if you mean that I get frustrated and/or bored of reading the same information over and over and over again or explaining the same thing over and over and over again in real life, then yes, thats how I am. However, I dont see that as being much different than anyone else, other than perhaps a kindergarten teacher. I dont necessarily mean to take my frustration out on you alone, this is just the thread where i vented. I sorry.