PC Magazine - Saturday, September 04, 2010
Nvidia on Friday introduced its new GeForce 400M series of graphics processing units (GPUs), which will power the next generation of laptops from companies ...
Nvidia's Laptop Graphics Cards to Boost Web Browsing - PC World
NVIDIA unveils new lineup of Fermi-based DX11-enabled mobile GPUs - ZDNet (blog)
Nvidia unleashes 400M series laptop GPUs - CNET (blog)
NVIDIA Unveils New 400M Series GPUs - DailyTech
Nvidia releases laptop GPUs - Inquirer
Nvidia Rolls Out GeForce GT 420 with Nary a Peep - Maximum PC
Notebooks.com - Friday, September 03, 2010
It also has a resolution of 1366 x 768 for 720p HD video powered by NVIDIA's Optimus graphics engine, which switches off when not in need. ...
Samsung QX410 laptop features Nvidia Optimus technology; RF series offers Core ... - ZDNet (blog)
Samsung Unveils New QX, RF, NF and SF Laptops - USANewsWeek.com
Samsung debuts new QX, RF, NF and SF laptops - CNET (blog)
Samsung Also Releases the QX410 Mobile PC - Softpedia
Samsung's QX410 Is A Self-Proclaimed "Masterpiece" - Gizmodo Australia
Samsung's New QX410 Series Enjoys Excessive Hype - Geeky gadgets
Inquirer - Saturday, September 04, 2010
By Spencer Dalziel Acer's Aspire 5745DG comes with Nvidia's active shutter 3D Vision technology this time around. The company was one of the first to market ...
White Hat News - Friday, September 03, 2010
Folio runs on version 2.2 of Google's Android operating system and is powered by NVIDIA Tegra processor 2. The device includes an extensive connection with ...
Toshiba's tablet - Folio 100 poised to take shot at Samsung Galaxy, Stream eLocity - International Business Times
Read all 'Folio 100' posts in Crave - CNET (blog)
Toshiba-Folio-100 - Best Mobile Contracts (blog)
Toshiba Folio 100 review: First look - IT PRO
Toshiba unveils Folio 100 - PCR-online.biz
Toshiba Folio 100 Android Tablet debuts at IFA 2010 - I4U
by Vlad Savov - Friday, September 03, 2010
Not everybody needs the world's fastest mobile GPU, so NVIDIA is sagely trickling down its Fermi magic to more affordable price points today. The 400.
by unknown - Friday, September 03, 2010
But What NVIDIA is the most excited about these days is the prospect that the web itself is becoming GPU-accelerated. With Flash 10.1, HTML 5 video+canvas and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), the most used application (the web) will feel ...
by Dean Takahashi - Friday, September 03, 2010
Dean is lead writer for GamesBeat at VentureBeat. He covers video games, security, chips and a variety of other subjects. ...
by Brian Barrett - Friday, September 03, 2010
Nvidia gave us a taste of what its Fermi-based notebook graphics cards would be like with the GeForce GTX 480M, but now it's time to meet the whole family. That's seven Fermi GPUs, running the gamut from face-melting to face-singeing.