...no correction needed, I think that's how it goes. With integrated graphics, the chipset plays some role.
ATI make graphics processing units and chipsets. In this instance, the ATI RADEON XPRESS 200M is the chipset, which is capable of supporting an ATI RADEON x300 integrated graphics processing unit. But this doesn't mean that other chipsets by other manufacturers won't support an ATI RADEON x300 GPU.
All laptops have the graphics processing unit integrated onto motherboard. In this instance, ATI have associated their chipset with one of their own graphics processing units, but it's nothing exclusive...
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