AGEIA announce first mobile PhysX chip
With amazingly large and high resolution screens, great sound systems, dual-core CPUs, and super powerful GPUs, mobile computers today are indeed fully qualified gaming machines. So it’s only natural that we should be able to enjoy the extra dimension of real-time physics and destructible environments.” The new AGEIA PhysX 100M will be showcased at the upcoming Games Convention, August 22-27 in Leipzig, Germany.
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