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Today at CES, we announced our new lineup of GeForce 500M Series notebook GPUs that will be featured in the top notebooks of 2011 from your favorite OEMs including Acer, Asus, Dell, Fujitsu, Lenovo, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and more.

If you’re planning on buying a new notebook in 2011, look for one packing a GeForce GPU, which will deliver:

  • NVIDIA Optimus Technology: Optimus transparently switches between high-performance GeForce graphics and battery-sipping integrated graphics depending on the application.  With Optimus, you get the best of both worlds: great graphics performance with GeForce GPUs and great CPU performance, without sacrificing battery life.
  • Great GPU Performance: Whatever your performance demands, GeForce GPUs deliver.  From the new GeForce GT 520M with 2X the performance of integrated graphics (aka “Sandy Bridge”), GeForce GT 540M with 4X performance, to GeForce GTX GPUs for the best experience on the latest DX11 gaming titles.
  • Best HD Video, High-Res Photo, Web, and 3D experience: Beyond gaming, choose GeForce to accelerate your digital life.  Whether you’re editing HD videos or high-res photos, accelerating new HTML5 websites, or watching your favorite Blu-Ray 3D title, GeForce  GPUs add a powerful second processor to your notebook for media rich tasks.

In our booth (Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 3, Booth # 31431), we are showcasing a number of top notebooks from leading OEMs including:

  • Acer Aspire 4750G with GeForce GT 540M
  • Asus N53SV notebook with GeForce GT 540M
  • Dell XPS 17 3DVision notebook with GeForce GT 555M
  • Lenovo IdeaPad Y470 with GeForce GT 550M
  • And more…

2011 will be a great year for notebooks with NVIDIA GeForce graphics!

  • Mike S.

    I hate to ask — but if you guys are pushing these new cards so hard, why don’t you actually link the drivers? The main driver page has only 400M, 300M etc. drivers. We’ve got one on order for my father but can’t find the driver. 500 non-M is linked.

    http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us

  • David Ragones

    Hi Mike – Thanks for your interest in our new GeForce 500M notebooks! We work very closely with our OEMs partners to ship the latest GeForce drivers at launch. You can be confident the notebook you purchased for your father will perform great.

    Soon after GeForce 500M-based notebook launch, you’ll be able to find supporting Verde notebook drivers (http://www.nvidia.com/verde) available for download at NVIDIA.com. We will update Verde drivers throughout the year. By downloading the latest Verde drivers, you can expect better performance on your favorite apps and games as well as great new features over the life of your notebook.