“ATi and nVidia both launched mobile graphics chips yesterday, the first aimed at retaining ATi’s leadership of this market segment, while the nVidia part is designed to wrest the crown away from it. […] ATi’s part is the Mobility FireGL 7800, a high-end mobile workstation-oriented chip (hence the FireGL branding) that supports up to 64MB of 128-bit DDR SDRAM. The chip is clocked at 270MHz. […] nVidia’s NV17M is the successor to the GeForce2Go. The new part clocks in at 250MHz and supports up to 64MB of frame buffer memory.” Read the rest of the news report at TheRegister.