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Daily News Round #1 for April 29, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for April 29, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Apr 29, 2005 8:18 am

- The whole truth about Liebermann Inc.

For those of you not already in the know, company "Liebermann Inc." had unfortunately come into quite a serious amount of financial grief not all that long ago, leaving them with no foreseeable alternatives to shutting down the highly under-rated biz, and now it looks even closer to reality as they hand over a press release giving us their farewell (for the time being) and details of just how revolutionary these guys were to the industry.


I am saddened to see this has happened, as they really were the brightest spark of light for the computing industry, given the evident quality and craftsmanship that had gone into all of their products.


Who could ever forget the Grand Canyon, the mother of mothers, the most prestegious monitor setup anyone could wish for in their home. Pictures speak louder than words, what you see below is just one of the many wonderous products Liebermann had to offer, along with 5GHz P4 Vapor-cooled offerings, solid state hard drives, and many more glorious products; some of which you can witness at (whats left of) the official site.


Bye L, you will be missed.


At this time, no new pre-orders will be taken for any current or future products and all new hardware and software product development has been suspended till further notice. Equally, we are currently no longer providing technical or post sales support and no updated drivers for existing L products will be developed or posted for download. Among Liebermann Inc.'s highlights and innovations were the world's first mainstream desktop, laptop and server computers featuring PuRAM™ Solid State Drive and Instant-On™ Technologies with no Booting or Rebooting requirements, the world's first commercially available Vapor-cooled 5GHz Desktop and Personal Super-Computer series, the first line of Widescreen 10", 12", 14" 15", and 17" Windows PC Notebooks featuring PCI-Express/ Freeflow & water-cooling technologies, the world's largest 2, 3, 4 and 5 Ultra-Speed™ Technology multi-panel displays, internal SCSI mass storage devices and connectivity of up to 4 external high-resolution monitors, the world's most advanced line of high-end Professional Server computers, a completely overhauled version of Microsoft WindowsXP Professional featuring groundbreaking performance, security and GUI improvements including L's Professional Software Suite, Enhanced CacheFlow™ Technology Suite, CacheFlow™ Boot-up Mirrored DataCaching Engine, FreeFlow™ Enhanced Cooling Architecture, H2O™ industrial water cooling technologies, SuperBIOS™, SoftSet™ notebook hardware shock protection design, OneTouch™ Automated Security Backup and Restore Technologies , CoolPress™ Desktop Workstation Cooling Technologies and NDA-T™ Desktop Non-Delay Acceleration Technology.


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