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Asus releases ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 graphics info ahead of AMD
Press release, January 23; Ricky Morris, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 23 January 2007]

Asus has posted a press release containing details of AMD's upcoming graphics processor (GPU) aimed at notebooks, the ATI Mobility Radeon X2300. An official announcement of this part has not yet been made by AMD and there is currently no information on AMD's website, suggesting that Asus may have posted the release prematurely.

In the release, Asus claims that the X2300 is Windows Vista certified and supports the new Aero user interface, one of the main highlights of the operating system (OS). Asus states that the X2300 utilizes ATI's Hypermemory technology to reduce power consumption in notebooks, and that products based on the GPU deliver performance with current and future 3D-intensive applications and games.

The X2300 will be featured in Asus' upcoming A8Jr notebook series, the release noted, and claims that these products support high-definition capabilities.

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