Report: GeForce-eqiupped MacBook Air shipping

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The revised MacBook Air, now including an Nvidia board with a discrete graphics chip, is now shipping.

Nvidia’s GeForce 9400M will be better for games, specifically, but also for other 3D apps, from Google Earth to CAD, should anyone out there be masochistic enough to run Autodesk on a MacBook Air. Rumor has it that hardware acceleration of h.264 video, a la the new MacBooks, is also on the plate.

NVIDIA-based MacBook Airs Now Shipping [MacRumors]

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4 Responses to Report: GeForce-eqiupped MacBook Air shipping

  1. zuzu says:

    Still only 2GB of RAM?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hey handsome, you look like a well eqiupped man.

  3. Sijay says:

    Fsck. Anyone want to buy a two-month old MacBook Air?

  4. bluefin says:

    AutoCAD by Autodesk?

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