high end


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high end

Top of the line. Refers to the most sophisticated, and typically the most expensive, product in a line.
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Bringing high end features to the entry level price segment, the FireGLV3200 offers 128 MB of memory, 4 pixel pipelines and 2 vertex pipelines.
We are grateful to Richard Belliveau's pioneering efforts and to High End for providing us with this opportunity.
The SiSR658 extends the SiS chipset roadmap further into the performance segment, offering memory bandwidth and a complete set of high end features expected by power users.
Following Bull's demonstration of its 16 way Itanium(R) 2-based server prototype at the Intel Developer Forum in Munich, in May 2002, Bull will introduce a complete line of high end SMP open servers based on the Intel Itanium(R) 2 processor, in the course of the second half of 2002.
Quantum Corporation's Hard Disk Drive Group (NYSE:HDD) today announced the shipment of its five millionth high end SCSI drive manufactured by Matsushita-Kotobuki Electronics Industries Ltd.
This means that manufacturers now can migrate into the lucrative high ends of DVD and CD equipment markets and roll out new flagship products without the risk of investing in a standard that could become obsolete.

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