Photoshop accelerators

Seiter, Charle
April 1994
Macworld;Apr94, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p126
Reports on the laboratory tests done on digital signal processor (DSP) board that accelerate photoshop filters for computer graphic art. Dedicated processors for telephony and video processing; Companies selling DSP products; Evaluation of speed. INSETS: Behind our tests.;The 16A and 3210: How they differ..


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