US reports said today that Intel is set to introduce the products of its graphics collaboration with Lockheed Martin in the shape of an add-on card.
That, however, is likely to anger a number of Intel's OEMs which have already spent time building the AGP (advanced graphics processor) into their motherboards.
At the end of last year, Fujitsu-ICL was vociferous about the lack of support for AGP on the NLX motherboards it showed VNU Newswire.
But Infoworld today said that Intel will sell the AGP card through its authorised distributors and re-sellers, so giving them the ability to add graphics to machines which do not have inbuilt AGP capability.
Intel was unavailable for comment on the add-in AGP card at press time.
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