Liebermann Super Computer For The Masses?

Posted: Mar 30 2004, 7:55am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:57am CDT , in Shopping Tips


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Liebermann Super Computer for the masses?

We reported about the Liebermann High-end Computer Company first time last November.

Update 05/18.04:
Report: The World of High-End Notebooks like Liebermann.

We got an interesting story on the upcoming L One Personal Supercomputer from Liebermann. Also in this story is a short description of the upcoming Hollywood Gold Notebook featuring up to 3 internal Hard Drives, built-in Raid 10, full support Intel's P4 Prescott. Read Full Story.

Are Supercomputers "for the rest of us" finally coming to a desk near you?... Maybe so.

As its launching its all-new, all-singing and all-dancing Hollywood Gold High-end Professional Laptop Computer, reviews and real-world benchmarks are finally emerging on L's (Liebermann Inc.) machines. For example, just published the first official review on L's Hollywood Silver Series 17" Notebook Series, publishing quite shocking numbers. With record-braking scores crunched out from some of the industry's most widely accepted benchmark applications, SiSoftware Sandra Standard (2004.2.9.104), 3DMarks 2001 Second Edition, 3DMarks 2003 Version 1.4.0, Aquamark 3, Splinter Cell version 1.2b with Beyond3D Oil Rig demo, Unreal Tournament 2003 version 2205 and [H]ard|OCP Benchmark Utility 2.1, the startling performance of the L's Hollywood Silver Laptop is on pair and supersedes many of the claims posted on Go-L's website, so many times criticized as, too good to be true.

Now about to unveil the Hollywood Gold featuring up to 3 internal Hard Drives, built-in Raid 10, full support Intel's P4 Prescott, delivered with PuRAM SSD No system Hard Disk Technology, Radeon 9700 Pro with 256MB of dedicated memory and plethora of other mobile performance breakthrough features, L seems to be on a mission to close the gap between high-end desktop/workstation performance and the laptop world.

But that's not really the news. The real news and buzz is actually about something totally different, as rumors are starting to leak all over the Web about L's supposedly soon to be announced replacement for its current MachL Series Desktops. Early pre-production samples of L's upcoming L One Personal Supercomputer, already nicknamed the Apple G5 killer, are purportedly already in the hands of a few select journalists and reviewers for in-depth testing and benchmarking. The all-stainless steel/ aluminum built L One is reported to feature a ground-breaking design while crunching numbers in the neighborhood of 16Gflops, taking personal desktop computers to absolutely unheard of new heights.

Allegedly built under a possible partnership with Intel around L's PuRAM SSD technology with initial specs at 4.0Ghz to 4.4GHz CPU clock speeds, 900MHz Bus, 600MHz Dual-Channel DDR2 Memory Interface on a PCI-Express 16x and support for up to 8 monitors right out-of-the-box, the L One Personal Supercomputer is buzzed as having an internal co-processing engine comprised of 160 floating point processing units running at an external 16GB/s memory bus, eight special memory function units (trigonometric functions, square root, divide), and an exclusive on-chip program memory, capable of executing very long instruction word (VLIW) programs and processing multiple data values each clock cycle.

Of course no one truly knows how much of this is true (if any) but in light of independent reviews now starting to match and validate L's current machines' performance claims and that there seems to be some truth that Intel may indeed be backing up the L One project as a showcase of their next-generation mainstream computing platforms (apparently AMD is out of the race on L's product line, at least for now), early indicators point out that the L One Supercomputer might very well be the next big thing in personal computers.

Currently no word is out on release dates, though the company's CEO Miguel Liebermann is expected to unveil the new machine and an all-new series of exclusive high-performance laptops and small-form factor computer series (possibly including a dual-processor notebook), at its soon to be announced first public keynote in Los Angeles, California.

Select journalists, reviewers and the general media is being invited on an limited basis for free pre-registration for the event, that should take place sometime between June-July after Intel's officially releases its new Grantsdale and Alderwood chipsets along with LGA775 packaging.

Currently surpassing the 100 Million monthly page views, L's website has become a worldwide phenomenon and L itself has been covered by more media attention and controversy than any other new company in technology in recent times.

So for now we wait... and dream. In the meanwhile the latest review on L's Hollywood Silver Laptop at (featuring a modest configuration), leaves us with little room for doubts that L is actually delivering as promised, pumping out machines that surpass every other manufacturer's benchmarks.
You can read the complete review at: PCSynapse

About L - Founded in 2002 by Commercial Film Director Miguel Liebermann, Los Angeles, California based, L (Liebermann Inc.) is quickly emerging as the worlds leading name for no-contest high-performance PC/ Windows© computers. With its roots in the Hollywood/ Entertainment industries, and positioned as the Ferrari" of PC computers, L was born from the vision of demanding entertainment, TV, Film, music and advertising industry professionals either switching from the Apple/Mac platform or looking for performance PCs not available elsewhere. L has radically taken the industry by storm recently introducing the world's highest performance laptop, desktop and server computers as well as the largest and most spectacular personal and professional computer displays. Allied to a nationwide large scale marketing campaign and with leading cooperation alliances with foremost developers, manufacturers, advertisers and retailers in the industry, L is expanding its operations overseas and gearing up for the grand-opening of its first two US retail stores in Los Angeles and New York City. Ls attention to detail, manufacturing quality and obsession for world-class performance, is clearly affirmed by their unique L stone sculpted trademark logo, uniquely different on every computer and product built, stating both its distinctive market positioning and its pursue for excellence. Complete information about Liebermann Inc. and their products can be found on L's website at

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