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A dual display & quad display configuration with state-of-the-art graphics card for Matrox

Matrox VITE : 12 October, 2005  (New Product)
What's happening: Matrox Graphics will demonstrate at the upcoming HP Technology Forum in Orlando the new QID Low-profile PCIe, the industry's first and only native single chip quad display card to support x16 PCI Express architecture. In addition, a dual display set-up for small form factor systems will be demonstrated. Stop by and experience first hand why Matrox multi-display products have been adopted by the top industry leaders.
What's happening: Matrox Graphics will demonstrate at the upcoming HP Technology Forum in Orlando the new QID Low-profile PCIe, the industry's first and only native single chip quad display card to support x16 PCI Express architecture. In addition, a dual display set-up for small form factor systems will be demonstrated. Stop by and experience first hand why Matrox multi-display products have been adopted by the top industry leaders.

The HP-led conference will focus on the complete portfolio of HP products, services and solutions, and deliver relevant, in-depth technical training to meet the demanding needs of enterprise customers/user group members, partners, and HP employees.

The new QID low-profile PCIe graphics card features Matrox's renowned stability, pristine image quality and full-featured digital and analog output capabilities along with the added benefit of a smaller board design allowing it to fit any PC system, including small form factor PCs.
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