ATI's MOBILITY RADEON 9000 Family PR

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ATI?s MOBILITY? RADEON? 9000 family
Now shipping in over 20 powerful new portable PCs

World?s most powerful mobile visual processors gain widespread market acceptance and numerous editorial awards in record time

MARKHAM, ON ? Just weeks following their launch, ATI?s (TSE:ATY, NASDAQ:ATYT) MOBILITY RADEON 9000 and MOBILITY FIRE GL 9000 mobile visual processors, the world?s first family of mobile visual processors with hardware support for version 1.4 pixel and vertex shaders, are now available in over twenty powerful new mobile designs.

These include flagship models from global brands such as Apple, Dell and Hewlett-Packard, as well as high-end desktop replacement and desknote computers from leading European and Taiwanese vendors, highlighting ATI?s worldwide leadership in mobile computing.

The MOBILITY RADEON 9000 family of mobile visual processors has also garnered numerous editor?s choice awards from around the world, including:

  • Computer Gaming World - Editor?s Choice Award

  • GamersDepot.com - Drool Award

  • Maximum PC - Kick Ass Product Award

  • Personal Computer World Magazine UK - Editor's Choice

  • PC Pro Magazine - 'A' List

  • PC Pro Magazine - Recommended

?The MOBILITY RADEON 9000 family?s widespread industry acclaim and rapid adoption by OEMs worldwide is the result of products that deliver industry-first features, unprecedented performance, next-generation power saving technology, and impeccable software stability,? said Reuven Soraya, Director of Marketing, Mobile Business Unit, ATI Technologies Inc. ?The MOBILITY RADEON 9000 family has been a catalyst in the development of notebook PCs so powerful they level the playing field against desktop PCs, and we anticipate an even broader adoption of this technology in the coming months.?

The MOBILITY RADEON 9000 family is the first and only mobile visual processors to use version 1.4 pixel and vertex shaders, which fully enable users to experience breathtaking special effects coded into the latest video games. The MOBILITY RADEON 9000 family is comprised of true mobile processors with unique mobile features such as POWERPLAY 3.0, ATI?s aggressive third-generation power management technology, up to 64 MB of integrated memory, and integrated LVDS (low voltage differential signaling) which allows the processors to drive notebook LCD screens without requiring additional components.

The speed at which notebook designers have implemented ATI?s MOBILITY RADEON 9000 technology is unprecedented. Unlike competing solutions, the MOBILITY RADEON 9000 product family leverages ATI?s unique FLEXFIT platform architecture, which allows manufacturers to control costs and reduce time to market by creating a baseline platform that can be tailored for different market segments without changing the software driver set or redesigning the motherboard. Previously, consumers have had to wait several months for announced mobile graphics technology to appear in notebooks.

The MOBILITY RADEON graphics processor is currently available in the following notebook and portable designs:

  • Actebis Peacock Freeliner XP

  • Alienware Area 51-M

  • Apple PowerBook G4

  • Clevo 888E, 5600, 5620, 5800, and 8880

  • Compaq Presario? 2800T by HP

  • Compaq Evo? N800W by HP

  • Dell Inspiron 8200

  • ECS Green 732

  • Eurocom 5600 Monte Carlo

  • Eurocom 8880 Dream Machine

  • Eurocom LP285PE Portable PC

  • Gericom Masterpiece Radeon

  • Medion Microstar

  • Sager NP8886

  • Sager NP5660

  • Vobis Highscreen XD 2400-M9

  • WinBook J4

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