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3dfx to showcase Mac products in Paris

3dfx have announced that they will be demonstrating their VoodooMAC 5500 PCI graphics card at the Apple Expo 2000 trade show in Paris this week. Described as the company's "first Apple Macintosh-dedicated Voodoo card", it will bring the Voodoo 5's full-scene anti-aliasing support and fast frame rates to the Mac. 3dfx's Luciano Alibrandi is quoted as saying that "the best computer platform deserves the best graphics accelerator solutions", which should go down well with the Mac community (all five of them). "Apple Expo is a great event for showcasing our new cards and we're confident that once people have seen just how good graphics can look on their Mac systems, they won't want anything else in there". For the full story, read the press release.