Gamers Depot recently made the trip to see AEGIA's corporate headquarters in St. Louis, MO and has posted a brief article outlining his trip. In the coming months, it will certainly be interesting to see how much traction AEGIA can get with developers to have them design titles around this new technology. We've heard some compelling reasons for and against dedicated PPU's and are anxious to see how the market will react. One thing is certain, we are all less than thrilled at the idea of having to buy yet another multiple hundred-collar component to enjoy the latest and greatest games.
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