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| Posted: Oct 8, 2005 2:09 pm

- GECUBE RADEON X1800 Series announced

Info-Tek have just announced two new GECUBE branded X1800 cards in the "GC-X1800XLD-VID3" and "GC-X1800XTD-VIE3/D3" models, using the R520XL and R520XT cores respectively. GECUBE cards based on the X1300 and X1600 cores are also on the way. More details over at the official site.

 


Taipei, Taiwan, October 6, 2005--Info-Tek Corporation, the major supplier of the world's leading graphics card brand GECUBE™, has announced the new release of the GECUBE™ Radeon® X1800 graphics card. Utilizing ATI's newest R520 architecture, the GECUBE™ Radeon® X1800XT graphics card propels the gaming industry into another visual dimension featuring a 625HMz core clock speed yielding 1.5GHz memory clock speed and on-board 512MB GDDR3 memory. Both the GECUBE RADEON X1300 and GECUBE RADEON X1600 will be released simultaneously with the world's most powerful graphics card, the Radeon X1800.

 


- ASUS Introduces Widescreen W6 Notebook Series

 

Sporting a 13.3" WXGA screen, ASUS have just announced the release of a new notebook series dubbed the "W6". ASUS have this model primarily aimed at regular travellers due to its sleek and lightweight design, this without compromising a nice feature-set. For further details, check out the official PR folks.

 

ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), a leading provider of high-performance notebook computers, today introduced the 13.3" widescreen W6 Notebook Series, perfect for frequent business travelers. With the escalating trend of business internationalization, work often takes people beyond their office cubicles and traveling is beginning to occupy an increasing chunk of working hours as companies branch worldwide. To stay competitive, one needs to stay connected and productive while on the go. The W6 notebook not only offers superior computing capabilities, the sleek and lightweight design makes it possible to travel light in style!


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