Teenager’s VR glove breakthrough

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Teenager's VR glove breakthrough

Trident Microsystems Inc. and Acer Laboratories Inc. have jointly launched two double-data-rate (DDR) SDRAM-enabled integrated notebook chipsets. CyberMagik supports chips from Advanced Micro Devices Inc., while CyberAladdin is the Intel Corp. version. The line uses Trident’s 3D graphics engine line with Acer Lab’s core logic. Spokespersons for the companies claim that CyberAladdin and CyberMagik are the only DDR SDRAM-enabled integrated graphics solutions for the notebook PC market. Production is scheduled for Q2, 2001.

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