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Nvidia Ion-based PC featuring GeForce 9400 chipset and Intel Atom processor
Photo: Monica Chen [Feb 12, 2009]

Drew Henry, general manager of MCP business at Nvidia has revealed that the first Ion-based PC product will be a nettop priced at US$299, which will be launched before June this year. Henry would not however name the vendor of the system.

Henry also revealed that Nvidia is considering cooperation with VIA Technologies on a low-cost PC platform too.

Nvidia also announced its Ion platform has passed Microsoft Windows Vista WHQL certification to provide multimedia support and graphics processing.

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