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Tuesday, 14 August 2007 09:45

Asus / MSI external graphics still missing

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Not that easy


Asus is talking about its XG station for more than six months. Despite a few promises that we will see the products in April and second time after Computex this product is still not out.

XG station will let you plug the PCIe graphic card in your notebook and will bring the big guns graphic to power your Intel / AMD integrated graphic. This product can really help you get a decent gaming to notebooks but it just keeps being pushed.

MSI has its own external graphic concept but this one is also being pushed and we still don’t have a fixed launch date for it.

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