ATI releases Mobility Radeon X600

Posted on Tuesday, June 01 2004 @ 23:03 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ATI has announced the Mobility Radeon X600.
ATI today announced MOBILITY RADEON X600, the industry’s first mobile PCI Express graphics processor, along with AXIOM, a modular design innovation for PCI Express notebook upgradeability. ATI’s mobile PCI Express solutions will be employed by more than sixteen of the industry’s leading OEM and ODM designers including, Acer, Arima, ASUS, Clevo, ECS, eMachines, FIC, Gateway, HP, Inventec, LG, Mitac, Samsung, Quanta, Uniwill and Wistron. The launch of MOBILITY RADEON X600 and AXIOM will take place on June 3rd at a gala event in Taipei, Taiwan.

With the introduction of MOBILITY RADEON X600, ATI introduces the first in a family of mobile PCI Express graphics processors. With numerous design wins out of the gate, MOBILITY RADEON X600 builds on the industry-leading feature set and performance of MOBILITY RADEON 9700. New features on MOBILITY RADEON X600 include LCD-EE™, an enhanced display architecture for high-resolution widescreen panel support, and LCD latency reduction. MOBILITY RADEON X600 will also support POWERPLAY™ 5.0, a power management solution optimized for PCI Express. With MOBILITY RADEON X600, users enjoy high-performance graphics capable of handling today’s most visually demanding applications, and the security of knowing they have the headroom to leverage the future benefits of PCI Express.

As the industry pioneer in upgradeable graphics with such technologies as FLEXFIT™, ATI now introduces a new path forward with AXIOM for PCI Express. A flexible and modular approach, AXIOM enables OEM and ODM designers to easily develop notebooks that can accommodate upgradeable modules for graphics and enhanced multimedia. Over the coming months, ATI will introduce a family of AXIOM modules for performance notebooks.

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