AVL schrijft: "In Dell Computers kun je binnenkort een 64MB DDR geheugen GeForce kaart bestellen, genaamd de GeForce Plus. Het zal minstens een maand duren voordat de kaart ook in de retail-handel komt volgens Dell. Hmmm, ik wil wel zo'n kaartje, maar ik koop er geen Dell voor ":
Computer maker Dell is preparing to introduce an exclusive new graphics card. Starting Monday, The Dell Dimension B series of desktop computers will be available with the 64MB DDR Nvidia GeForce Plus. As the name implies, the card will be an implementation of Nvidia's highly praised GeForce graphics chipset with 64MB of DDR (double data rate) memory.
According to Dell's public relations representative Andy Prince, the card won't be available separately from Dell Dimension B computers for approximately one month. After that, the card will likely become available separately from graphics card makers. No product announcements have been made at this time.
Prince doesn't expect people to purchase Dell systems just for the exclusive card. "[There are] people who have machines that are two or three years old," he said, "and they keep saying 'I'm gonna wait a little longer until...something new comes out.' This is that thing that's new."
Pricing for the 64MB DDR Nvidia GeForce Plus as a component in a Dell system (which are generally custom made to customers' orders) has not yet been announced.