NVIDIA introduces a new mobile GPU


— 2:53 AM on November 13, 2001

Dr. Damage says howdy from Comdex.

COMDEX - LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - NOVEMBER 12, 2001 - Addressing the major concerns of today's most demanding road warriors: battery life, DVD playback, performance, and size, NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) today introduced their new-generation mobile graphics processing unit (GPU), code-named NV17M. With its stellar power management features, including NVIDIA's PowerMizer Technology; integrated Video Processing Engine (VPE); revolutionary antialiasing technology for superior display quality; and an ultra-efficient memory architecture--NVIDIA's new mobile GPU provides graphics capabilities previously unavailable on a portable platform.
NVIDIA's latest features several high quality antialiasing modes which should look pretty hot and tempting on a TFT LCD screen. The NV17M will be available in notebooks in early 2002.
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