ABIT Fatal1ty Press Release, Coolers, Controllers and a Bag...

Good afternoon friends :)  Things around the HH labs have been very hectic over the past few weeks.  Between weddings, moves and the launch of our new site, I think everyone is looking forward to a weekend of R&R (though some will undoubtedly not find it).  Nevertheless, before yours truly gets too comfortable on the back deck, let's get another round of juice served up :)


PRESS RELEASE- ABIT Presents Fatal1ty 100 Shootout @ E304

Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., April 23, 2004   As a world leader in high-performance motherboards and graphic cards, ABIT is proud to announce its new series of "Fatal1ty" motherboards and graphics cards. These new products are a part of a new line of Fatal1ty professional gaming products introduced by Auravision Inc., a pioneer peripheral developer, and will be included in the Fatal1ty/PWX gaming system developed by MDDM. Fatal1ty will be at E3 in booth #6453 Kentia Hall answering challenges from 100 show attendees in four-minute Fatal1ty shootouts. Challengers can win $1000 if they are able to beat Fatal1ty and other prizes can be won for scoring points against him.

"We are thrilled to be working with PWX, Auravision, and Fatal1ty to bring gamers around the world the most powerful gaming system ever devised," said ABIT Marketing Director Scott Thirlwell. "At E304, gamers will have the chance to experience ABIT hardware that has been tweaked and tuned by the world's number one gamer.

Auravision's gaming division signed an exclusive licensing agreement with leading gamer and three-time World Champion Gamer from the Cyberathlete Professional League, Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel. Together, they will launch a new line of products for professional gamers under the Fatal1ty brand name starting with the motherboard and graphics card by ABIT and the Fatal1ty/PWX gaming system.

For the full Press Release Click Here


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That is all my friends, I will see you back here later :) - Cheers

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