Expanding beyond their well known presence of computer graphic chips and cards, ATI announced that their chips will power a series of JVC HDTV units. JVC will use the Xilleon 226 from ATI, which is a complete all-in-one processing,
graphics, video, audio, and I/O chip.
from JVC are ATI-powered, which shows some versatility in the ATI chip as all three models are different types of displays. The AV is a direct-view rear projection set, while the models PD and HD are Plasma and D-ILA displays respectively. Xilleon
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