miro plugs 3D gap in card range

Multimedia specialist miro plans to ram rivals like Matrox's Millennium by plugging the gap in its 2D/3D card range.

The 2Mb miroCrystal VR 2000 (£170 + VAT) and 4Mb miroCrystal VR 4000 (£255 + VAT) cards can support resolutions of up to 1600 x 1280 at 75Hz with 256 colours on the 2000 and 65,536 on the 4000.

The cards support most 3D standards including DirectX, Direct 3D, S3d and Direct Draw and feature software-controlled MPEG video playback and TV output. Both cards will be available in January.

miro can be contacted by telephone on 01494-510250.

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