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Well, Nvidia once again makes digs at its competitors. Now new caricatures spoofing Intel have been published.
Original article: November 27, 2009
Business rivals of Nvidia need to have humor and a thick hide. Some time ago the graphics cards manufacturer launched a website with caricatures making fun of Intel's products, CEO Otellini and the chip maker's strategies. The site is running by the more or less accurate name Intel's Insides. Now some new caricatures have been published.
The caricatures are dealing with things like Intel's Larrabee, the Tick Tock model, the Intel Developer Forum or Moore's Law. We have to admit: those images are fun to look at. But what do you think? Tell us in the comments.
Update: December 14, 2009
Nvidia published a new caricature making a little fun of the recent announcement that Intel's current Larrabee project will not be used as technical base for graphics cards.
But also Nvidia has to has to have humor as the website czechgamer makes delivers a new interpretation of the latest Fermi picture.
Update: December 23, 2009
Right before Christmas two new caricatures have been published at Intel's Insides. One makes fun of the FTC anti trust lawsuit against Intel and the other criticizes Intel's alleged hindrance of innovations.
Update: January 21, 2010
Nvidia keeps them coming. The latest comic caricatures Intel's advertisement movies and introduces Intel's new rock stars - the company layers.
Update: February 10, 2010
Another two Intel caricatures have been published on Intel's Insides. This time Nvidia targets Intel's TV advertisements and investment policy.
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