NVIDIA Teases New Optimus Technology for CES 2010

Subject: Chipsets | January 5, 2010 - 08:01 AM |
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Today NVIDIA has hinted at new mobile technology called Optimus. Optimus will work exclusively with NVIDIA GPUs and we have learned it will work on both Pine Trail netbooks and the just announced Arrandale platforms.

More information can be expected on Thursday when NVIDIA holds their press event at CES.



"As we approach CES we wanted to tell you about an upcoming mobile technology that we will
be introducing in Q1. It is called NVIDIA Optimus technology. NVIDIA
Optimus technology works on notebook platforms with NVIDIA GPUs. It is
unique to NVIDIA. It is seamless and transparent to the user. Its
purpose is to optimize the mobile experience by letting the user get
the performance of discrete graphics from a notebook while still
delivering great battery life. Look for more details next month."
(read it here)

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Source: NVIDIA
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