Nvidia Back In The Notebook Game

Tagged: nvidia, Nvidia GTX 480, Computer Hardware, Gaming, Technology
Source: Jared Maynard - Read the full article
Posted: 4 years 15 weeks ago

With the release of Fermi based mobile DirectX 11 GPUs. Nvidia hopes to regain some lost ground in notebooks before the end of this year with the release of Geforce 400M.

"Nvidia announced two notebooks in particular with high-end Geforce 400M Series GPUs at the IFA 2010 show in Berlin. The first is the ASUS G53Jw, powered by a Geforce GTX 460M with support for 3D Vision. The second is the Acer Aspire 5745DG, powered by a Geforce GT 425M with support for 3D Vision. Thanks to the feedback of many 3D Vision customers over the past several months, both notebooks will become the first to integrate the 3D Vision emitter right into the LCD display bezel. Mark Aevermann, Nvidia Geforce Product Manager, recently posted a YouTube video demonstrating the features of Geforce 400M-equipped notebooks with Optimus Technology arriving for the upcoming holiday season." | more

 

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I'd certainly like to have an Apple iMac 27". I could certainly save my money and get a new iMac during mid-2012. :)

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I bet the GTX 460M would certainly be hot when sitting your laptop in your lap.

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