Of course, there's always a catch, and it looks like the XG Station is only capable of driving external displays—not a notebook's monitor. That would blunt the device's appeal a little, making it more of a graphics docking station than a truly portable gaming solution.
The XG Station is scheduled for release at the start of the second quarter of this year, and it will come bunled with an Asus EN7900GS graphics card. There's no word on pricing yet.
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