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Thursday, 28 May 2009 09:09

Sparkle to show its ION Calibre Cuti at Computex

Written by Slobodan Simic

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New line of products as well

Sparkle is yet another partner that will jump on Nvidia's ION wagon and according to our info it will show its ION vision, named Cuti, at this years Computex.

We still don't have a picture of it, as Sparkle is keeping tight wraps on this one, and it will be quite interesting to see which case did Sparkle use. In addition to the ION Calibre Cuti, Sparkle will also show its Audio Amplifier, a PCI-E x1 add-in card with 4-pin power connector that has a D2Audio Digital Amplifier Chip, that connects to the motherboard via HDA Cable. Sparkle is targeting HTPC market with Audio Amplifier and we are quite keen to see this one in action.

Sparkle is also going into USB to DVI market with its X-Link which is an external DVI multi-monitor video adapter. It is capable of running up to six additional displays from one computer simultaneously via a USB hub, a resolution of up to 1600 x 1200 and can be used with an HDMI adapter.

It looks like Sparkle has worked hard to be ready for Computex and we are quite sure that Cuti, Audio Amplifier and X-Link will get a lot of attention during show.

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