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Intel working on Atom reference design with 3rd party HD video decoder

Posted on Tuesday, June 30 2009 @ 16:22:01 CEST by

FUD Zilla claims Intel is working on a reference design guideline that should allow its partners to bundle a low-cost third party HD video decoder with the upcoming "Pineview-D" Atom platform:
Some vendors, including HP and Lenovo, have already talked about such designs as such a low cost HD Video decoder would definitely bring a lot of value as many potential Atom buyers would like to have HD support.

Nvidia will be a contender with its Ion, as they try to fill the gaps and imperfections of Intel's chipset with their own chipset, but despite the fact that a third party HD video decoder might help in HD playback all the way to 1080p, it won't help in basic gaming and Cuda applications.



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