NVIDIA Graphics Power Sony's Fall 2000 Desktop PC Lineup
The NVIDIA GeForce2 MX Enables High-Performance Digital Imaging
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For Immediate Release
SANTA CLARA, CA – October 16, 2000 – NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) today announced that Sony Electronics features NVIDIA's GeForce2 MX™ graphics processor unit on its VAIO® Digital Studio™ series. Two of Sony's newest systems for PC and video enthusiasts--the PCV-RX270DS and PCV-RX280DS mini-tower systems--depend on the NVIDIA GeForce2 MX GPU to enable a new generation of digital imaging, movie editing, video e-mail, and other high-powered graphics applications.
"SONY is a trendsetter and one of the fastest growing PC companies in the world," stated Jeff Fisher, senior vice president of sales at NVIDIA. "With the VAIO Digital Studio PCs, Sony proves that you can have both visual innovation and an affordable, space-saving design in one package. The attractively priced VAIO PCs, with GeForce2 MX graphics, allow more and more users to take advantage of the latest digital video applications in a single or dual-screen display."
Designed for the PC and video enthusiast, the VAIO Digital Studio series desktop PCs (PCV-RX260DS, PCV-RX270DS and PCV-RX280DS) comprise the next generation of computing and digital imaging convergence. The models focus on power and creativity by emphasizing digital imaging, movie editing, video e-mail and music. The DVD drive on the VAIO Digital Studio series is ideal for video playback of popular DVD titles, and the CD-RW drive is a solid storage medium for all the personal memories created through the included MovieShaker™ software.
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