ATI has announced AXIOM, a "modular design innovation" that brings PCI Express to notebooks. Like NVIDIA's MXM mobile graphics module, AXIOM will bring PCI-Express graphics to notebook form factors. However, AXIOM is also designed to work with different types of PCI Express devices.
In addition to revealing AXIOM, ATI also announced a mobile version of the Radeon X600. ATI claims that the Mobility Radeon X600 is the first mobile PCI Express graphics solution to market. The Mobility Radeon X600 also includes a 5th-generation version of ATI's POWERPLAY power management technology, which can lower LCD refresh rates and optimize panel brightness to maximize battery life.
Thanks to Ryszard over at Hexus for tipping me off.
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