- NVIDIA today introduced the GeForce G102M notebook GPU featured in the new ASUS K40IN notebook at the CeBIT tradeshow in Germany.
- The GeForce G102M is designed to provide a superior graphics experience for thin, affordable notebooks. It uses 8 watts less power when running stressful applications than typical discrete notebook GPUs.
- The new GPU has 16 processor cores which provide up to 4 times faster graphics performance than Centrino 2 systems1. The GeForce G102M includes up to 512MB of dedicated graphics memory to accelerate 1080p HD video playback, photo and video editing, and casual games.
- At CeBIT, ASUS will debut new K-Series notebooks starting with the 14-inch K40IN which features a GeForce G102M GPU.
- The K-Series family also includes K51 15-inch and K71 17-inch models featuring the GeForce GT 120M GPU. The GeForce GT 120M performance GPU boasts 32 processor cores to provide up to 15 times faster graphics performance than Centrino 2 systems1 and encode video up to 10 times faster than Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz processors2.
- NVIDIA GPUs are essential to provide a superior visual experience on today’s notebooks for movies, games, photos, navigation, and more.
1 Comparison based on FutureMark 3DMark Vantage performance setting on similar systems with Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz CPU and 2 GB DDR2-800.
2 Comparison based on converting 720p HD video to iPhone format with Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz CPU running iTunes encoder at 7 frames per second, versus GeForce GT 120M running CUDA-enabled Badaboom converting the same file at 70 fps.