Australian manufacturer Xitel has launched itself onto the Australian retail computer market with a 3D sound card.
Released late last month, Xitel's Storm VX 3D uses PCI bus architecture and hardware acceleration to compute audio signals that won't excessively drain CPU power.
With 3D sound experience being the latest competitive benchmark, Xitel have been licensed to manufacture Aureal's A3D interactive head related transfer function (HRTF) technology in Australia. HRTF technology allows 3D sound to be reproduced through two ordinary speakers.
The Storm VX 3D sound cards represent Marketing Results' first move into the distribution of hardware and peripherals.
Rod Orrock, managing director of Xitel's distributor, Marketing Results, told ARN last week that he felt this segment of the market is strong at the moment.
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