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NVIDIA Demonstrates Microsoft Windows Vista-Ready Products at WinHEC 2006

| Posted: May 26, 2006 1:33 am

NVIDIA makes headlines once again this week with an announcement to highlight their presence at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) in Seattle, WA.

 

With all the focus set on Windows Vista, NVIDIA make the push that Vista will be best experienced in conjunction with their own "Vista ready" products.

 

For full details, head over to the NV press room.

 


"Microsoft is excited about the strides that NVIDIA has made to get ready for the first public display of Microsoft Windows Vista," stated Matt Ployhar, technology evangelist, Graphics Platform Unit at Microsoft. "By working closely together, we feel confident that the entire suite of NVIDIA GeForce and NVIDIA nForce products, along with NVIDIA high-performance software, will continue to provide users of Windows Vista with the stability and compatibility they've come to expect."

 

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