Additional Info
  • Second Generation Transform and Lighting (T&L)

    Two separate engines on the GPU that provide for a powerful, balanced PC platform and enable extremely high polygon count scenes. Transform performance determines how complex objects can be and how many can appear in a scene without sacrificing frame rate. Lighting techniques add to a scene's realism by changing the appearance of objects based on light sources.

  • TwinView Dual-Display Architecture

    NVIDIA’s multiple display technology. TwinView boosts productivity by enabling the user to have two simultaneous displays without a second graphics board. NVIDIA GPUs are enabled to support multi-displays, but graphics cards vary. Please varify multi-display support in the graphics card before purchasing.

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NVIDIA Quadro2 Go

 

 Powering the First Mobile Workstation

Engineers, animators, and other workstation users have longed to achieve levels of real-time interactivity on a mobile platform. Finally, NVIDIA powers the first mobile workstation with the Quadro™2 Go. With its complete feature set, workstation-class performance, and professional application certification, the NVIDIA Quadro2 Go Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) provides the first viable mobile alternative to traditional desktop workstation solutions. NVIDIA's introduction of the Quadro2 Go ushers in a new era of advanced computing and 3D visualization capabilities for digital content creation, special effects, post-production editing, and 3D entertainment applications.



Graphics Core:
Triangles per Second:
Pixels Per Second:
Memory Bandwidth:

64-bit DDR or 128-bit SDR
17 Million
286 Million
2.9GB/s

Key Features

Workstation-Class Performance
Based on the same architecture as the NVIDIA award-winning Quadro2 family of workstation products, the Quadro2 Go delivers fast performance and smooth frame rates in workstation applications, comparable to desktop workstations equipped with add-in graphics cards. Workstation-class performance on a notebook provides the freedom to take your most valuable tools on the road and be productive no matter where you are.
Professional Workstation Certifications
Quadro2 Go is the first mobile GPU to provide certification service and support to assure a trouble free end-user experience with leading workstation applications, including: 3ds max, Maya, SOFTIMAGE, Lightwave, AutoCAD, Pro/Engineer, CATIA, SolidWorks, SolidEdge, Unigraphics, and many others.
TwinView Dual-Display Architecture
Finally, with NVIDIA's TwinView™ Architecture, multiple displays can be supported on a single GPU. Financial analysts can have a second monitor specifically for tracking each data stream, while graphic artists can use an entire screen for palettes and another for editing. >>>more information



   
NVIDIA Establishes Industry's First Workstation-Class Mobile GPU
SIGGRAPH 2001 – LOS ANGELES, CA — AUGUST 14, 2001 — NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) introduced today Quadro2 Go, the industry’s first graphics processing unit (GPU) that allows engineers, animators and technical professionals to achieve higher-levels of real-time interactivity on a mobile platform. NVIDIA’s Quadro2 Go sets a new standard for 2D and 3D performance in professional applications, and offers the features, rendering precision, and certifications critical to workstation customers – bringing desktop workstation performance and quality to the mobile computing market.

   
NVIDIA Quadro2 Go Fuels New Class of Fujitsu Siemens Mobile Workstations
SIGGRAPH 2001 – LOS ANGELES, CA — AUGUST 14, 2001 — NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) announced today that Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) has chosen the new NVIDIA Quadro2 Go mobile graphics processing unit (GPU) for their Celsius line of mobile workstations PCs. By incorporating the powerful graphics enabled by new Quadro2 Go in the Celsius Mobile H, FSC will deliver the world’s first professional workstation in a notebook format. Celsius Mobile H systems featuring the Quadro2 Go will be available in fall of 2001.


 
 
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