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InterVideo InstantON Technology Integrated with the NEC VERSA S3000 Notebooks

The InterVideo InstantON technology has been added to NEC VERSA S3000 notebook computers. This will give users access DVDs and music instantly, with just a click of a button. After a quick Linux boot up, all CE-type applications will work whenever you need them.

InterVideo has nothing about InstantON on their website, although the NEC Versa S3000 will still be running Windows XP, the InstantON technology somehow bypasses the bootup of XP. It’s not very clear how this software works, but if it can work on the S3000 it should be able to work on any PC, unless it’s a proprietary hardware based system.

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