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Friday, 11 January 2008 21:53

Palit's 8800GT 1GB Kermit edition is out

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CES 2008: In-house design


Palit has an 8800 GT with 1GB and it comes in a rather strange box. The frog logo looks like Kermit The Frog from Sesame Street, but the people at Palit call this creature "Frobot."


Palit will follow in the path of interesting marketing, as the people on board dare to try and do thing differently. They will certainly break boundaries with 1GB T shirts where the size does matter.

Palit also plans to gets involved in many LAN tournaments in the U.S. and they will come up with some daring and unique marketing ideas.

Here is what Frobot looks like on the packaging.

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Last modified on Saturday, 12 January 2008 06:28
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