ATI's RADEON IGP 320M to power new AMILO A Series notebook by Fujitsu Siemens.
"ATI's RADEON IGP 320M represents an enormous breakthrough in features and performance for AMD Athlon-powered notebooks," said Reuven Soraya, Director of Marketing, Mobile Products, ATI Technologies Inc. "The Fujitsu Siemens Computers notebook takes full advantage of ATI's graphics power to offer excellent graphics performance and unique features like TV-out and up to 128MB of allocated system memory."
The RADEON IGP 320M uses a 64-bit system architecture, supports the latest DDR memory technology, and is the only integrated graphics family to include award-winning RADEON features like PIXEL TAPESTRY and VIDEO IMMERSION. PIXEL TAPESTRY allows RADEON IGP processors to create lifelike environments by combining the industry's fastest rendering engines with an unprecedented set of 3D special effects. The chip's ability to process up to three textures concurrently means unsurpassed performance in accelerating multi-textured game content. The VIDEO IMMERSION adaptive de-interlacing engine advances ATI's historic leadership in digital video and provides features like hardware motion compensation and iDCT.
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|Title Annotation:||ATI Technologies Inc|
|Comment:||ATI's RADEON IGP 320M to power new AMILO A Series notebook by Fujitsu Siemens.(ATI Technologies Inc)|
|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Oct 14, 2002|
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