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Zai shows high-end NVIDIA gaming machines

Saudi PC assembler Zai Technologies showcases PCs built on latest NVIDIA technologies at Gitex

Saudi PC manufacturer Zai is displaying high-end entertainment PCs based on NVIDIA technology at this year's Saudi Gitex.

The company is showing Zai brand PCs based on a number of NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, including an SLI-ready machine with GeForce 9800 GX2 and the GeForce 8800 GT cards, and a gaming PC assembled in a custom NVIDIA Cooler Master Stacker 830 Gaming case. Zai is also showing a business PC based on the NVIDIA's GeForce 7100 motherboard.

Ashraf Shendy, business development manager of ICC Group, the holding company of Zai Technologies said: "From the inception, Zai Technologies have been committed to introducing products that provide our customers excellent performance and scalability, and at the same time are cost efficient. Our partnership with NVIDIA, world leader in visual computing technology, is in line with this mission. Gitex Saudi 2008 provides us the perfect platform to launch our range of PCs based on NVIDIA's revolutionary GeForce GPU technology."

Daniel Saison, NVIDIA director of Sales, Middle East, India and Africa commented: “KSA is an extremely important market for us because of the huge growth potential. We are delighted to join hands with Zai,  an indigenous and award winning Saudi PC manufacturer to bring to the region the latest and most optimized Gaming platforms that will no doubt capture the imagination of  gaming enthusiasts and casual gamers alike. The PC is unique in the sense that it has the most perfect blend of GPU and CPU to give the best value and performance to our customers.”

Zai Technologies stall is located at stand No. 219. Gitex Saudi Arabia runs until Thursday.

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