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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
Ion platforms on display at CES 2009  - Ion platforms on display at CES 2009
Mon, January 12 2009 | 7:11PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"You can see the company has lofty goals for this product and it is likely a big part of NVIDIA strategy going forward in order to sustain growth in a world where super-high-powered GPUs are becoming less relevant. While the netbooks argument is pretty basic, the notebook section above is more interesting. Essentially, NVIDIA is saying that companies that choose to use the Intel Atom processor in conjunction with the NVIDIA Ion platform can save as much as 80% on the CPU cost rather than going with an Intel Core CPU and still get high quality graphics and computing performance."
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