How to run Quake III and HD videos on a Netbook
Nov 03, 2009, 12:02 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Darius Chang)
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"Martin Mohring, from the Linux Foundation, was at a Mobile Dev
Camp event in Germany. There, he showed an MSI Wind U115 with an
Atom Z530 1.6GHz/Intel GMA 500 combo not only playing an HD video
clip, but also running Quake III at about 35fps. The secret? This
Netbook is using Moblin Linux, which has optimized drivers to push
the graphics performance to another level.
"If this gets you all excited, you can download a copy of Moblin
Linux here and let us know your experience. But while waiting for
the download, check out some videos posted by UMPC Portal and
Netbook News.de after the jump."