ATI Technologies ha reso noto che il suo chip grafico di punta per i computer portatili, ovvero la gpu Mobility Radeon X1800, è stata scelta da Fujitsu Siemens per la realizzazione del suo nuovo notebook AMILO Xi 1546 che, con il display a 17" ed il supporto di HD, è stato progettato per soddisfare gli utenti più esigenti in ambito multimediale.
ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY)(NASDAQ:ATYT), today announced that
European computing giant Fujitsu Siemens has selected ATI's high-end
Mobility Radeon X1800 mobile graphics solution for its new
AMILO Xi 1546 multimedia notebook.
Featuring a 17" LCD display and high-definition viewing, the AMILO
Xi 1546 is designed to deliver the ultimate multimedia experience,
from video streaming and picture viewing to gaming and more - all
powered by ATI's outstanding Mobility Radeon X1800 mobile graphics
"ATI's Mobility Radeon X1800 is recognized as the gold standard
today in delivering stunning 3D graphics realism and performance. That
makes ATI's latest mobile technology a perfect fit for our exciting
new multimedia notebook," said Herbert Schonebeck, Vice President
Business Unit, Consumer Fujitsu Siemens Computer. "The AMILO Xi 1546
is designed to give users nothing less than extreme multimedia
performance that is truly impressive to experience."
Mobility Radeon X1800 delivers revolutionary 3D architecture and
features for the ultimate in mobile gaming and video streaming
performance and realism, along with extended battery life. ATI
Mobility Radeon X1800 features ATI's new Avivo technology for HD
video and display perfection.
"ATI is proud that a market leader like Fujitsu Siemens has chosen
Mobility Radeon X1800 to power its new AMILO Xi 1546 and we can safely
predict that consumers are in for quite a viewing and gaming
experience," said Peter Edinger, Managing Director & Vice President,
EMEA ATI Technologies (Europe) GmbH. "ATI once again is demonstrating
its leadership in the mobile graphics market with Mobility Radeon
X1800, featuring unprecedented performance and speed along with
advanced support of High-Definition video using new Avivo technology."
Source: ATI Press Release