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NVIDIA getting more mobile with nForce3 Go120 and Efficeon

Posted on Wednesday, October 15 2003 @ 13:35:27 CEST by

NVIDIA introduced the nForce3 Go120 media and communications processor (MCP) for ultra portable computers. The nForce3 Go120 has the industry’s most complete feature set for UPCs with HyperTransport technology providing maximized application performance, USB 2.0 support, and NVIDIA StreamThru technology for superior networking and broadband communications.

The first products based on this new nForce3 Go120 chipset will feature the Efficeon CPU from Transmeta.
“The future of the PC is small, highly integrated multimedia devices that are portable,” said Dr. Matthew R. Perry, president and CEO, Transmeta Corporation. “Transmeta’s customers need to deliver exceptional, efficient computing form factors with extended battery life, minimal heat and highly integrated functionality. NVIDIA’s nForce3 Go120 product, coupled with an NVIDIA mobile GPU, offers an excellent solution for these needs."

Specifications of the nForce3 Go120 can be seen here.



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