The EVGA GTX 275 Co-op PhysX card is very different from the rest as it will boast a GTX 275 that will hook up with a GTS 250 GPU on a single board, enabling the former to handle all graphics rendering while the latter does PhysX calculations. You will get a grand total of 1,280MB of memory between both GPUs for a total bandwidth of 179.8GB/sec. This looks like a sole release from EVGA with nothing similar to roll out in the future, and it will cost north of $300 when released.
Polycom New Solutions: RealPresence CloudAxis, New User Interface, RealPresence Desktop 2.0, Virtual Edge Executive Desktop
iPhoto '12 for Mac could be arriving this summer and rumored to bring over some iOS features
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 now available
Top 10 CES Gadgets