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Wednesday, 07 January 2009 21:16

Nvidia's Ion spotted up and running at pre-CES

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Showroom floor pictures as well


One
of the staff members at TweakTown, in his pre-CES attendance, has been walking around the showroom floor snapping photos and video clips of several noteworthy products to share with the ambitious internet communities. 

While the CES show stages and display places are still be constructed for the big event tomorrow, he seems to have spotted Nvidia's Ion platform powered on and running a high definition video from its glass showroom case.

In review, Nvidia's ION is a mobile computing platform that combines the company's GeFore 9400M with Intel's Atom processor. For more information, please read our piece on Ion here

Futhermore, TweakTown's preliminary CES stage construction photos and a short video clip of the new platform up and running can be found here
Last modified on Thursday, 08 January 2009 09:40
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