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Monday, 20 September 2010 09:25

Nvidia working on external notebook graphics

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Eve of the new notebook gaming
We had a chance to talk to Nvidia’s General manger of Notebook group Mr Rene Haas and we heard that Nvidia wants to continue working on and improving notebook graphics. It looks like the future of Nvidia is raising the bar in just about any graphics segment.

Fusion and Intel's Sandy Bridge solution will put a lot of weight on Nvidia but Mr. Haas told Fudzilla that the company is working on its version of external graphics. He believes that AMD did a good job with Lasso, despite few flaws that kept it from being successful but it was a shot in the right direction.

Nvidia is working on its implementation of external graphics, as this is the way to get real gaming on notebooks. Since notebooks are slowly but surely taking over the desktop segment, this definitely sounds like a sound plan and a wise direction.

Let’s hope that AMD is working on some new Lasso, to keep the competition going.

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