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Nvidia Showcases Ion Platform in Akiba

(Impress) Nvidia’s public event in Akiba featured the ION, which combines the Atom and Geforce 9400M graphics platform. The public experienced a variety of events which includes Nvidia’s 3D steroscopic system.

More after the jump.

(Impress)
Nvidia’s public event in Akiba featured the ION, which combines the
Atom Z230 (1.6Ghz) and Geforce 9400M graphics platform. The public experienced
a variety of events which includes Nvidia’s 3D steroscopic system.

The machine is almost the size of the palm, however, in the event demonstration, it was capable of  playing a Blu-ray while the display output is via DVI with HDCP display at 2560 × 1600 desktop resolution.

They have used PowerDVD9 as the software to play the video.  During this time, the CPU load was at 32-50%, while most of time, it hovers around 40%, and of course with no frame drops.

Power consumption was at 28 watts while playing the blu ray video.

The event was definitely an eye opener, I am sure many others are waiting for ION based systems to retail. I know I am one of them.

small and lovely

the specs

the rear


nice cpu usage

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