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CIRRUS ANNOUNCES NEW CHIP FOR NOTEBOOK SCREENS

Fremont, California-based Cirrus Logic Inc has introduced the CL-GD6410 LCD VGA Controller, a chip designed to enable a complete LCD graphics controller subsystem to be created in less than 4 square inches on a printed circuit board for use in notebook computers; the low-power circuit is claimed to do 64 flicker-free shades of gray on a monochrome LCD and directly drives a 512-colour active-matrix LCD – and it can concurrently drive an analogue CRT; sampling now at $65 it is set for volume in the autumn.

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