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PowerColor Showcases Arsenal of “Must-See” Upcoming Graphics Cards at CeBIT
Taipei, Taiwan –February 24, 2006 – Tul Corporation, a leading provider of cutting-edge graphic cards, will showcase its arsenal of upcoming and existing graphics cards in hall 23 booth D37 at CeBIT 2006. The world’s largest IT fair provides an international platform for technology providers and the PowerColor booth will showcase a preview of innovative upcoming graphics cards as a testament of its leadership in graphics cards.
The world’s first ever liquid-cooled CrossFireTM cards will be on display with the PowerColor X1600 XT EVO2; a unique CrossFireTM package that includes two graphics cards and a dual liquid cooling system. This combination allows gamers to take advantage of multi-graphics cards gaming power and shun the torment of fan noise. The CrossFireTM craze doesn’t end there, as PowerColor will have live demos of the world’s fastest graphics card combination with an X1900 CrossFireTM set-up. Visitors will experience and feel the ultimate graphic effects for games and high-definition videos.
PowerColor will also be one of the first to show off the integration of HDMI into personal computers with a sample of the latest PowerColor X1300 HDMI graphic card. With HDMI, display on the latest consumer electronic devices will be easier than ever; with superb connectivity and quality improvements. Also shown will be the PowerColor Theatre 650 PRO, an upcoming digital/analogue hybrid TV tuner card using ATI’s latest theatre chipset to bring high-end home theater technology to the desktop.
About TUL Corporation
Established in 1997, Tul has become one of the leading suppliers for graphics cards, powered by ATI's graphics processors. Tul employs more than 150 talents worldwide, and has offices in China and the Netherlands to support over 300 channel partners and distributors in 50 plus countries. Its customers include the tier-one OEMs, distributors, VARs and System Integrators. For further information, please visit www.powercolor.com
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