AMD Introduces Vision Pro Technology and ATI Mobility Radeon 5000 Series Graphics at CES 2010

The visual experience of AMD platforms is transforming how consumers use computers at home, work, and play. At the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show
(CES) AMD is announcing major innovations in the visual experience for
consumers and businesses. On January 7th AMD introduced the highest
performance graphics for notebooks in the world with its lineup of
next-generation ATI Mobility Radeon Premium graphics: ATI Mobility
Radeon HD 5800, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5700, ATI Mobility Radeon HD
5600 and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5400. This top-to-bottom family of
notebook graphics introduces compelling new features including Microsoft DirectX 11 gaming and ATI Eyefinity multi-display technology, bringing powerful visual computing innovation to the notebook PC. Notebooks featuring the new graphics technology are previewed at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the AMD VISION Experience Center, located in the Grand Lobby (GL-8 and GL-10) of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 graphics family represents a powerful
upgrade for OEMs to existing and upcoming 2009 AMD Mainstream and 2nd
Generation Ultrathin notebook platforms, as well as next-generation
“Danube” mainstream and “Nile” ultrathin notebook platforms launching
in the first half of 2010.

On January 5th, AMD announced VISION Pro Technology,
a new commercial PC platform brand that delivers a superior visual
computing experience, and can help businesses increase productivity and
gain competitive advantage by enabling visually stunning
communications, marketing and sales materials. Graphics matter more
than ever in business communication and innovative companies are
leveraging balanced PC platform technology to generate and view rich
visual presentations including videos and 3D graphics to communicate
winning ideas. Commercial PCs based on VISION Pro Technology from AMD
offer out-of-the-box support for multiple monitors, seamless viewing of
videos, use of video conferencing software, and the performance
necessary to create and view rich presentations with embedded video and
3D graphics.


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