FUD Zilla reports NVIDIA will introduce the GeForce GTS 250 and the mobile GeForce GTX 280M parts tomorrow. The names of these products sound pretty new, but unfortunately they're still based on the G92 design. Enthusiasts scoff at these rebranding practices, but the rumour site heard from NVIDIA's partners that the card is expected to sell well, because it sounds better than the old GeForce 9800 GTX+.
Partners believe that this card might sell well, at last in retail where Geforce GTS 250 sounds better than the “old” 9800 GTX+. The second major launch are three new mobile chips, the GTX 280M, GTX 260M, and GTS 160M all geared up to bring back Nvidia's notebook dominance.
Last, but certainly not the least, are 3D monitors and 3D vision glasses that have already launched in the US, which should be available around the span of CeBIT. The event starts tomorrow in German cold and rainy Hanover and lasts for the rest of the week.
For new cards from AMD you'll have to wait until next month, the 55nm Radeon HD 4890 (RV790) is expected in April, while the Radeon HD 4750 and 4770 are slated for May.