A hand full of computer technology companies that we all know had displays at I/ITSEC.
I didn't even know these guys were around anymore. Their current product takes a video signal out of the video card and lets you run three monitors from a single signal. I would say this is more for an NVIDIA system than it is for an AMD.
Microsoft's Flight Simulator is now owned by Lockheed Martin and has been renamed Prepar3D. You can now fire missiles and the software has been through a DX11 update. This display was running on an AVADirect notebook that was producing around 60 frames per second.
If you are a gamer you already know how great the Cryengine 3 is, but you really should see it in 3D.
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