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Monday, 21 May 2007 19:09

Asus XG external station delayed

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Testing till June


Asus miraculous
XG station meant for laptop user got delayed. Sources close to company said that Asus is still doing the compatibility testing of the various graphic cards available on the market.

Once it's out you will be able to plug the XG station in your notebook and finally play some games on your rather lame integrated and slow graphics.

Asus will again showcase this external graphic in June at Computex but it won't be able to ship the product until July it seems. We will keep our eye on it as we definitely want to play with one of those.
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