NVIDIA ION Mini-notebooks Coming This Summer At Only $299

Posted: Feb 11 2009, 9:32am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:00pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
NVIDIA ION mini-notebooks coming this Summer at only $299
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NIVIDIA has some ION news. NVIDIA announced today that NVIDIA ION has been Certified for Windows Vista.
NVIDIA is working with Microsoft, PC manufacturers, software developers, and Windows eco-system partners to bring ION-based PCs to market by summer of 2009.
ION-based mini-notebooks and compact desktop PCs will be shipping at price points as low as $299.
Microsoft has certified the NVIDIA ION platform to ensure that upcoming ION-based PCs will deliver:

* Silky smooth 1080p high definition video including Blu-ray movies
* Exciting video game play with support for Microsoft’s DirectX 10 API
* Support for premium Windows Vista features including Aero Glass and Flip3D
* GPU acceleration for faster photo editing and video transcoding

ION powered mini-notebooks and computers have not been at the CES, but it looks like NVIDIA is bringing ION based devices to the market this summer.
Via this NVIDIA announcement.

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