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Thursday, 23 August 2007 12:09

Ageia launches mobile PhysX

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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UPDATED Games Convention 07: Medion is the first victim

UPDATED: A company representative have confirmed that Dellwill be the first customer with Ageia mobile card not Medion as we previously reported.

AGEIA finally
released the mobile version of its PhysX card and mobile PhysX is available in Medion notebooks.

We had a chance to see such a notebook yesterday at the show and we will definitely be able to tell you more today about it. Medion 6539 is the first notebook to have PhysX and the machine comes with Vista Home Premium, Core 2 Duo 1,86GHz, 2048MB and a Geforce 8x00 graphic card.

This should make the notebook gaming a bit more realistic and Ageia hopes to get even more designs.

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