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The latest high-definition (HD) video technologies coming to the PC are powered by NVIDIA® GeForce® GPUs which include NVIDIA PureVideo™ HD technology. Only NVIDIA offers a complete combination of powerful hardware acceleration, content security, and compatibility with movie player applications to enable an excellent HD experience for end users.
First notebooks featuring HD DVD-ROM drives
Acer Aspire 9800
HD DVD is a new high-definition video disc standard that delivers up to six times the image quality of standard DVD movies. HD DVD promises a major advancement over video discs in the same way that HDTVs deliver superior image detail over standard TV.
First PCs featuring Blu-ray disc support
The Sony VAIO RC desktop and AR notebook are the world’s first PCs that will let consumers record and play Blu-ray discs on their computers. The VAIO RC desktop features the NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT graphics processing unit (GPU), while the VAIO AR notebook uses an NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 GT GPU.
Blu-ray is a new high-definition (HD) video disc standard that offers up to six times the visual detail of traditional DVDs. Blu-ray discs can hold up to 25GB on a single-layer disc and 50GB on a dual-layer disc. This extra capacity combined with the use of advanced video and audio codecs offers consumers an amazing HD experience.
GeForce 7 Series
The NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT, GeForce Go 7600 and 7600 GT GPUs are part of the GeForce 7 Series of GPUs, and deliver advanced technologies including:
NVIDIA® PureVideo™ HD technology provides a combination of powerful hardware acceleration, content security, and movie player integration that delivers the ultimate Blu-ray and HD DVD movie experience on your PC. It lets you enjoy stunning high-definition movies with low CPU utilization and power consumption, providing higher quality movie playback and picture clarity.