News ATI Graphic Card for Ultimate Mobile Gaming Experience

Jun 07, 2005

ATI Technologies Inc., the industry leader in notebook PC graphics, is raising the bar for the mobile enthusiast with the introduction of Mobility Radeon X800 XT. Delivering lightning-fast, ultra-high graphics performance, the Mobility Radeon X800 XT features 16 pixel pipelines-an industry first in notebook graphics. Designed for high-end desktop replacement notebooks and today's most visually intensive games, the Mobility Radeon X800 XT unleashes the ultimate notebook gaming experience.

Mobility Radeon X800 XT will be available from world-leading designers of enthusiast gaming PCs including Alienware, Rock, Eurocom, VoodooPC, HyperSonic, Pro-Star, Velocity Micro and Sager.

"ATI continues to push the performance frontier in mobile graphics for today's most visually intense DirectX 9 games," said Patrick Cooper, director of product management for Alienware. "By offering mobile systems based on Mobility Radeon X800 XT, we can deliver the ultimate gaming experience that's second to none."

"ATI's market leadership in notebook gaming is a testament to our perseverance as an innovator and our commitment to delivering industry-leading technology to our customers," said David Cummings, Director of Marketing for ATI's Mobile Business Unit. "The introduction of Mobility Radeon X800 XT enables us to deliver exceptional graphics performance and sets a new standard in mobile gaming technology."

Equipped with 16 pixel pipelines and six vertex engines, as well as a 256-bit memory interface and GGDR3 support, the Mobility Radeon X800 XT delivers virtual performance parity to ATI's award winning Radeon® X800 XT PE desktop graphics processors.

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