Internet Explorer 9 Demo on nVidia Ion Netbook

By | April 1, 2010

“Here, Chris Pederson shows what the IE9 experience will look like with GPU-accelerated HTML5, JavaScript, and Direct 2D technology.”


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  1. Rafael says:

    IE really needs the help of a graphics card to do these movements! LOL

  2. Morbus says:

    Yeah, nice try, and well done at throwing money away. First off, if you say “the way internet is gonna be in the future” is dependent on hardware and a specific browser, then you are a complete moron.

    There is a reason why everyone wants standards.

    There is a reason why cellphone internet access is on the rise.

    There is also a reason why Windows is loosing marketshare, and IE along with it.

    This is just not going to work. It’s cool, but it’s a waste of money.

  3. web says:

    well i tested opera 10.51 in a traditional netbook and got 22fps,
    i posted it as a video response in youtube lets see if they allow it :P

  4. from comments says:

    “You disabled the heavy aero graphical interface from the ION computer but not from´╗┐ the traditionnal computer. This comparison is not fair at all”
    Nvidia is learning marketing strategies from Apple.

  5. theblade says:

    IE i(no matter what version)is a sorry excuse for a browser that holds the internet advancement back. Microsoft should make the code open source so that more competent coders can look at it. Its not their main line of business anyway.Their current release cycles are poor and the patching rate of security holes are scandalous.

    • RamaSubbu SK says:

      I agree, Old IE holds the internet advancement in because it lacks lot of standards. But I don’t how making the code open source would solve this. Open source development might solve a bit by attracting more developers which will get you to implement all the standards out there quickly. If you also notice that last two IE patch releases are well advice and they didn’t wait for regular security update cycle.
      Sorry, I don’t buy your argument.