Medien

SAN BRUNO, CALIF. (June 9.1997) -- VideoLogic, the international PC multimedia and 3D graphics company, has today announced the Apocalypse 5D, a combination 2D/3D PCI card that is targeted at the PC OEM and retail markets. The Apocalypse 5D delivers high-end 3D performance from the NEC PowerVR-based PCX2 accelerator for Direct3DTM and PowerSGLTM titles, combined with the 2D graphics power of the new Tseng Labs ET6100 128-bit controller for DOS and DirectDrawTM.

VideoLogic, the international PC multimedia and 3D graphics company, has today announced a combination 2D/3D graphics card targeted at the PC OEM and retail markets, called Apocalypse 5D. Apocalypse 5D is a single-slot PCI card that delivers high-end 3D performance from the PowerVR-based NEC PCX2 accelerator for Direct3DTM and PowerSGLTM based titles, combined with the 2D graphics power of the new Tseng Labs ET6100 128-bit controller for DOS and DirectDrawTM.

VideoLogic and Direct PC manufacturer, Dell Computers have won an order from NatWest Retail Banking Platform® (RBP) Division to supply Business Multimedia PCs for NatWest's interactive staff training program. Dell Computers will integrate VideoLogic's award-winning GrafixStar 700TM and MPEG PlayerTM cards into the new Dell OptiPlex GSPlusTM PC, which will be installed in NatWest branches nationwide.

SAN BRUNO, Calif.--June 2, 1997--VideoLogic, one of the world's leading makers of computer graphics and 3D hardware, today began shipping a range of revolutionary low-cost Internet/intranet/direct-dial videoconferencing and video capture cards targeted at retail customers and PC OEMs. The Captivator PCI enables any Internet user to add videoconferencing capability to their PC for under $100.