Taipei, Monday, May 29, 2017 06:35 (GMT+8)
Walton Chaintech Apogee low-power SO-DIMM series
Photo: Company [May 7, 2007]

Walton Chaintech recently released its Apogee low-power SO-DIMM series memory modules pitched for the newest high-end notebook computers requiring ultra-responsive and stable memory to support the Windows Vista operating system and applications.

The Apogee low-power SO-DIMM series use premium-grade DRAM chips for guaranteed reliability and long operating life, claims the company.

Apogee low-power SO-DIMM series will launch in four versions: DDR2 667 512MB/1GB and DDR2 800 512MB/1GB.

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