AMD XGP: An external graphics for notebooks

AMD's ATI division on Wednesday announced a new external graphics solution, known as XGP, that will allow discrete graphics modules mounted in an external chassis to be connected to laptop computers. ATI's XGP is fully optimized for the new AMD Turion X2 Ultra notebook platforms, also announced on Wednesday. ATI also announced the ATI Mobility […]

AMD's ATI division on Wednesday announced a new external graphics solution, known as XGP, that will allow discrete graphics modules mounted in an external chassis to be connected to laptop computers.

ATI's XGP is fully optimized for the new AMD Turion X2 Ultra notebook platforms, also announced on Wednesday. ATI also announced the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 graphics chip. Finally, the company disclosed its new ATI PowerXpress feature, which basically is a version of its Hybrid Graphics technology for notebook PCs.

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