The ATi Mobility Radeon X700 is a mobile graphics card designed for laptops and released in 2004. Built on a 110 nm manufacturing process with 8 pixel pipelines and 6 vertex pipelines, supporting DirectX 9.0c and Shader Model 2.0. The card has a core clock speed of 400 MHz and 128 MB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 350 MHz. The Mobility Radeon X700 was designed for mobile gaming and multimedia applications, providing solid performance for its time while also featuring power management technologies to optimize battery life. It was a popular choice for mid-range laptops in its era.