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Friday, 16 March 2007 21:21

Asus XG station for $100

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 2007: Notebook external graphic


We saw a cool way to accelerate your Notebook graphics. We mentioned it before and Asus XG station again got delayed for late April / May time.


The good news is that the empty box Asus XG station ready for any ATI or Nvidia graphics cards including Radeon X1950 XTX and Geforce 8800 GTS cards. Asus will be focusing on the mainstream market rather than the high end one.


The XG station with 7900 GS card inside will sell four roughly $400 and at some later date it might get a DirectX 10 version based on Geforce 8600 GT as well. The good news is that this notebook players salvation cards is getting very close.


The live demo card got rather warm but it was stable and we saw a prototype only not the real shipping product. 

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