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|22nd June 2004, 12:23||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
INQ doesn't have X-Ray machine
In follow up of this newsbit: Laks Music Memory MP3 Wrist Watch
They have hypothesized by looking at an x-ray that a mysterious bar of circuitry is a PCIE bridge. Such speculation is impossible with an X-ray alone, however.
We assure you it's not, though. It's actually PCIE buffers - part of our native PCIE solution.
We demonstrated the power of our native solution at CeBIT this year using an HDTV demo that delivered frame rates impossible with any kind of PCIE bridge. That's why most OEMs have opted for the ATI PCIE solution.
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