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| Posted: Sep 27, 2004 11:39 am

- XGI™ Announces the Volari™ Graphics Board Series

We've heard little from the XGI crew in recent times but today they've come leaping out with an announcement highlighting their full lineup of mobile and desktop Volari™ Graphics cards. All the details on the models offered across the range within XGI's official PR.

 


Taipei-September 27, 2004 -XGI Technology Inc, an innovative graphics chipsets supplier, today announced their Volari™ Graphics board series; a full line of graphic boards powered by the award winning Volari™ graphics processors to satisfy the full range of high-end, main stream, and entry level markets.

 

"XGI products have advanced graphic performance and creative features that are offered at the best possible value. Beside the first tier system manufacturers, our primary targets are the solution provider channel and system builder community where we continue to invest significantly." said Ralph Cheng, Sales VP of XGI.

 


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