Fujitsu-Siemens New Laptop to be ATI powered

"Fujitsu-Siemens New Laptop to be ATI powered"

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ATI and Fujitsu-Siemens have announced that ATI's excellent notebook graphics processor will be powering the Next Fujitsu-Siemens Notebook display.

The Notebook is designed to deliver the ultimate multimedia experience, from video streaming and picture viewing to gaming and more

Jujitsu-Siemens are obviously looking to corner a niche market with a GPU this powerful. But will ATI's card live up to what Nvidia's 7800GO can do?

The X1800 looks to be a great card with the specs as follows:

Mobility Radeon X1800 XT
Pixel Shader Pipelines: 16
Vertex Shaders: 8
Core Clock Speed: 550 MHz

Mobility Radeon X1800
Pixel Shader Pipelines: 12
Vertex Shaders: 8
Core Clock Speed: 450 MHz

ATI's Managing Director Peter Edinger said this:
"ATI is proud that a market leader like Fujitsu Siemens has chosen Mobility Radeon X1800 to power its new AMILO Xi 1546 and we can safely predict that consumers are in for quite a viewing and gaming experience,"

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22-03-2006, 21:01:39

WC Annihilus
Alright, as at least some of you know, I'm currently a sophomore in high school right now. In English, we have been given an assignment where we have to give a persuasive speech. Now, for my topic I've decided to go with the somewhat classic argument of the PC vs. Mac. Naturally, I'm on the side of PCs and have made my Proposal that Macs should be phased out and replaced. As I am just slightly new at these things, I would like your input/help. For instance, I don't have any real idea of how powerful the Mac CPUs are. Also, I have no experience with Mac's OS:X. Any input/help is appreciated. Keep in mind that this is a persuasive speech and thus, both sides of the argument are NOT supposed to be represented. Thanks in advance for your help! :worship: :)

23-03-2006, 04:48:18

You have to use the fact that Intel X86 chips are being used in MAC's now so basically a MAC is a PC with a nice cover

Remember your rhetoric :)

23-03-2006, 08:23:20

and macs can be hacked just as quick as normal pc's as shown in a recent news post. Just incase someone says that macs are more secure.

23-03-2006, 11:39:21

I don't know much about them myself but here's what I have picked up. It might be the obvious stuff but:

A guy in work uses a MAC and he's a graphic designer. He swears by MAC's for use on Photoshop, web desgin etc. It's a 5 year old MAC and isn't very powerful, however it does it's purpose very well - i.e lots of graphics design and 3D design windows open.

A bad thing about MAC's is the fact that there aren't many games available for the MAC. Very restricted to games like Unreal. MACs are more secure in the fact that most viruses are aimed at the mainstream OS - Windows so a lot MAC users don't even use anti-virus.

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