Heisenberg's quantum principles have been used to make the "Decahedral" processor chips in the new "faster than light" computers which will be available for Christmas. Predictably Britain's James Bond and the C.I.A. have ordered one each from Amazion. A spokesperson for Microhardon told our reporter. "The computers are so fast they can power life sized hologram versions of 'Grand Carjack 12 3D'. They take an hour to boot up though, you never get anything for nothing.
The operating system, Eagerbeaver 4 takes up all 100 Petabytes of hard drive space but is said to be worth it. None of your old software will work on it and it will be deleted. Everything is intended to be stored in 'The Fog', not on your computer. The idea being that you rent programs and storage space from Microhardon for an umreasonable monthly fee, that way you never have to worry about owning anything. It's all Microhardon's property. Your data can be accessed openly by the F.B.I or local cops at any time if you buy the basic version. For another $10000 in the Readybeaver Pro you are given 'real time' notice of F.B.I and M.I.6 snoops.
Microhardon C.E.O. Bob Fence told us "They will be pricey at first, around $20 000 for the no frills 'home basic' version with no desktop themes, but the price will come down once executives have all gotten their new Cadillacs."