NVIDIA Mobile GPU Selected For Innovative Sharp Multimedia Notebook
NVIDIA Continues its Momentum in the Mobile Market with New Design Win
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SANTA CLARA, CA—MARCH 10, 2003—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today announced the Company’s award-winning NVIDIA® GeForce™4 440 Go graphics processing unit (GPU) has been selected for the Sharp Actius RD10 from Sharp Systems of America. Sharp Systems is the undisputed leader in LCD technology, offering innovative solution-based products to serve the new demands of the business professionals. By offering the ultimate in graphics and portable laptop performance, Sharp is able to deliver one of the most advanced line of notebook PCs in the industry.
Leveraging the outstanding graphics horsepower of the GeForce4 440 Go, the Actius RD10 will ship with some of the hottest game titles from Electronic Arts, Inc., including the full versions of Tiger Woods PGA Tour® 2003, James Bond 007: Nightfire, and Need for Speed™: Hot Pursuit 2.
“Sharp’s decision to select an NVIDIA GPU is a recognition of how key a strong graphics subsystem is to a cutting-edge, multimedia notebook PC,” said Greg Nakagawa, senior vice president and general manager for Sharp Systems of America. “Coupled with the performance and stunning visuals of the GeForce4 440 Go, the Sharp Actius RD10 delivers the ultimate mobile computing experience.”
The Actius RD10 leverages the GeForce4 440 Go’s superb feature set with a 15-inch XGA LCA screen for outstanding visuals, an Intel® Pentium® 4 2.8GHz processor and cutting-edge wireless connectivity with integrated 802.11b wireless LAN support. For demanding users, NVIDIA PowerMizer™ technology offers dynamic power management technology and an integrated video processing engine and 3D graphics engine to reduce the stress on the processor for DVD playback and 3D applications.
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