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Windows 7: IE9 Used to Demo AMD Fusion APUs and NVIDIA Chips


17 Jan 2011   #1
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IE9 Used to Demo AMD Fusion APUs and NVIDIA Chips

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Microsoft and its partners delivered a range of impressive demonstrations at the 2011 International Consumers Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month, and here is a taste of just such demos for those that weren’t able to attend the event.

The two videos embedded at the bottom of the screen share a few concepts, the most important of which, leveraging the power of graphics in order to push user experiences to the next level.

And what better software to highlight the evolution in terms of graphics than the fully-hardware accelerated Internet Explorer 9.

Both AMD and NVIDIA opted to use IE9 for the demos they presented at CES 2011.

“AMD announced their new Fusion line of Accelerated Processing Units (or APUs). At CES, Gabe Gravning from the AMD team walked us through how they used IE9 in their booth to demonstrate the power of Fusion,” revealed Microsoft’s Scott Armstrong.
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