NVIDIA Announces the First ION-based Netbook Available in Europe and Tegra powered Samsung M1 PMP

September 5, 2009 | 16:08

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NVIDIA ION Brings Amazing Graphics to Thin and Light Samsung Netbook

The wait is over. Consumers can now have a netbook with the same capabilities as full-size systems with the new Samsung N510 featuring the critically acclaimed NVIDIA® ION™ graphics processor.

NVIDIA ION is a small but powerful graphics processing unit (GPU) that works together with a low-power CPU to deliver an amazing graphics experience for compact, energy-efficient systems. By processing data-intensive applications in parallel with the CPU, ION-based PCs offer many of the same capabilities as full-sized notebooks including full support for Windows 7.

ION provides up to 10x faster graphics performance than typical netbooks1, giving the Samsung N510 the horsepower to support all Windows versions, flawless HD video including 1080p, and many popular PC games. Its energy-efficient design does this with minimal effect on battery life.

NVIDIA Tegra Powers New Samsung M1 for a Brilliant Visual Experience

NVIDIA HD Mobile Processor Enables HD Video and Amazing 2D/3D Graphics

For HD Entertainment — Anytime, Anywhere

NVIDIA Corporation today announced that Samsung’s new M1 portable media player is powered by the NVIDIA® Tegra™ ultra low-power High Definition (HD) mobile processor, providing the device with a brilliant visual experience.

The M1 player, which Samsung announced will be available late September 2009, offers 720p HD video playback on its Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting (AMOLED) display, wireless mobile games in amazing 2D/3D graphics and advanced audio functionality. The M1 also features an intuitive, Flash-based 3D user interface accelerated by NVIDIA’s graphics expertise.

For more information on both these stories, please see here: www.nvidia.co.uk/page/press_room.html
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