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NVIDIA to break into the world of netbooks  - NVIDIA to break into the world of netbooks
Tue, February 03 2009 | 6:05PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"This is not a product that will win over everyone's heart - gaming is okay, but not great, power consumption is still questionable and costs will go up - but I think more people will give the netbook market a look once they start to see ION-based products hitting the shelves. And of course NVIDIA is not only aiming for the netbook market; I would love to see ION-based platforms show up in larger, lower-cost laptops in the 12-15" screen size range as well as in basic HTPC designs. Even if Apple does not use the ION platform for its upcoming Apple TV and/or Mac Mini updates, another PC vendor like ASUS or Dell could easily offer a product with these features and capture the momentum in the market."
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