Additional Info
  • Create

    Finally, powerful NVIDIA graphics are available in a mobile solution. You no longer have to sacrifice graphics quality and performance for convenience.

  • Present

    Mobile computer users need flexible solutions that allow them to make first-class business presentations on the road.

  • Entertain

    If you have ever played a 3D game title on a notebook PC, you may have found the performance less than stellar.

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GeForce2 Go

 

The World's First Mobile GPU


Finally! With NVIDIA's GeForce2 Go, the world's first mobile graphics processing unit (GPU), your notebook can now boast the same graphics processing power of your desktop PC. Because GeForce2 Go is based on NVIDIA's award-winning line of GeForce2 desktop GPUs, your ability to impress audiences and clients with snazzy multimedia presentations, expressive animations, and cutting-edge sales pitches is now limited only by your imagination—not by your machine. And, if you're a gamer on the go, you'll appreciate the fluid graphics, fast frame rates, and cool game effects such as transform and lighting.



GeForce2 Go Memory:
Texels per Second:
Memory Interface:

GeForce2 Go 200 Memory:
Texels per Second:
Memory Interface:

GeForce2 Go 100 Memory:
Texels per Second:
Memory Interface:

64MB
500 Million
64-bit, 128-bit DDR

32MB
576 Million
64-bit DDR

16MB
576 Million
32-bit DDR

Key Features

Create
Design and create anything on the go with GeForce2 Go. From digital content creation to multimedia presentations and office applications, GeForce2 Go offers never before seen graphics quality on a notebook computer.
Present
Mobile computer users need flexible solutions that allow them to make first-class business presentations on the road. Until now, even performance notebooks have had limited graphics implementations and display options.
Entertain
If you have ever played a 3D game title on a notebook PC, you may have found the performance less than stellar. Until now. GeForce2 Go offers a rich set of 3D features for mobile entertainment.


 
 
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