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Nvidia is planing to hit the mobile market soon. The 0.18 micron based NV15 has only half the power dissipation of Geforce 256 and the NV11 has approximately 30 per cent lower power dissipation than the NV15, and so we can expect some mobile computers based on the NV11. Another fact that can give us a clue is the ACPI power management with On, Standby, Suspend and Off modes supported by this card. As Nvidia is already announcing cards using the NV11 and NV15 as the "world's fastest GPU in Spring 2000" that gives us a whopping clue about the availability of NV11 based products. Of course, we can't be sure this going to happen with mobile products too, but does suggest some possibilities for future laptop gaming. ATI is finally getting some real competition in the 3D mobile market. We think this will pump lower prices on mobile based 3D products and bring some more games on our laptops with an affordable price. ® Related Stories Nvidia NV20, NV15 details leak Nvidia hides NV11, NV15 under CeBIT bushel Fuad Abazovic is the editor of the Bosnian IT magazine Info

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