3dfx Interactive Says It’ll Return This Winter with New Graphics Cards, Will Expand Into Smartphones, Smart TVs, and Other Products

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3dfx Interactive has published a statement ahead of its big announcement scheduled for tomorrow that teases its supposed reentry into the graphics card market. According to the statement, 3dfx Interactive is set to make its grand return after 20 years thanks to an investment company located in San Francisco called Jansen Products. Jansen Products has acquired 3dfx Interactive’s assets and is in the process of trademarking the 3dfx name. 3dfx Interactive has also seemingly confirmed that it will be launching new graphics cards this winter. Additionally, the company plans to expand its brand into other products that include smartphones, smart TVs, and sound systems.

Jansen Products is proud to announce that 3dfx is returning after 20 years. Jansen Products, a new investment company in San Francisco, acquired the assets of 3dfx Interactive on July 23rd and is currently in the process of trademarking the 3dfx name. Our partners at Jansen will monitor day-to-day operations of the 3dfx brand. 3dfx is scheduled to return this winter with new graphics cards, and will expand into other products relating to smartphones, smart TVs and sound systems.

Source: 3dfx Interactive

Tsing Mui
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