NVIDIA GeForce4 MX Powers Graphics on New Apple iMac
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MACWORLD CONFERENCE & EXPO — NEW YORK, NY — JULY 17, 2002 — NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today announced that the NVIDIA GeForce™4 MX Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) will be the graphics engine to power the new Apple® iMac™, which features a stunning 17-inch wide-screen flat panel display, introduced today at the Macworld Conference & Expo in New York.
“Apple’s innovative designs consistently exceed the expectations people have for a computer system,” said Jeff Fisher, executive vice president of worldwide sales at NVIDIA. “The GeForce4 MX GPU combines with the 17-inch-wide, free-floating flat panel included with the new iMac to provide an extraordinary platform for working on multimedia applications or playing the hottest games.”
“The new iMac with a 17-inch wide-screen flat-panel is the ultimate Digital Hub for creating and managing your digital music, movies and photos,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior director of Hardware Product Marketing. “The industry-leading graphics technologies of Mac OS X, including Quartz for 2D imaging, OpenGL for 3D rendering and QuickTime for multimedia really take advantage of the best-in-class performance of the GeForce4 MX to provide our customers with an incredible graphics experience.”
The award-winning NVIDIA GeForce4 GPU is a highly integrated graphics architecture that delivers unprecedented features to the consumer market. GeForce4 MX delivers a new level of graphics performance and flexibility to its market segment. GeForce4 MX GPUs include advanced features such as:
Apple’s innovative all-in-one flat-panel iMac is designed to be the center of today's digital lifestyle. It combines the powerful GeForce4 MX with a 17-inch wide-screen LCD that appears to float in mid-air, allowing users to effortlessly adjust the height or angle with just a touch. The new Apple iMac also features an 800MHz PowerPC G4 processor with Velocity Engine; the revolutionary SuperDrive™ for playing and burning CDs and DVDs; and a large 80GB hard drive.
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