NVIDIA® GeForce® Graphics Processors Deliver Ultimate Visual Experience on New HP PCs and Microsoft Windows Vista
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CES—LAS VEGAS, NV—JANUARY 8, 2007—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, today announced that NVIDIA GeForce graphics processors have been selected to deliver the ultimate visual experience in innovative touch-enabled HP entertainment PCs designed for Microsoft Windows Vista.
Unlike standard PC processors, NVIDIA GeForce graphics processors are designed to deliver smooth HD video, vivid pictures, and realistic 3D animation while increasing overall system performance in Microsoft Windows Vista and an increasing number of mainstream software applications such as Apple iTunes, Adobe Acrobat 8.0, Google Earth, Google Picasa, and Cyberlink PowerDVD.
NVIDIA graphics processors combined with the intuitive touch-enabled displays deliver a superior visual entertainment and ease-of-use in the following HP PC models:
"Microsoft Windows Vista is the first PC operating system that requires a graphics processor for the best user experience2," said Jeff Fisher, Senior Vice President of the GPU Business Unit at NVIDIA. "Consumers equipped with the new HP PCs with NVIDIA graphics processors will enjoy the new visual entertainment and productivity that Windows Vista has to offer."
NVIDIA graphics processors are designed to deliver and enhanced visual experience on the PC with features such as:
2 Microsoft's hardware requirements for Windows Vista Premium can be found at: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/getready/capable.mspx.
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