New Laptop

Hi guys,
I’m planning to buy a new pc (this wednesday,a special promotion), and I wonder if it could handle the GLSL materials in BGE,
since it is saying the following requirements on the blender site:

This implementation takes advantage of the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL), and requires a graphics card and drivers that support it. The game engine already supported such GLSL shaders, though they had to be manually written. The following cards typically support it, though the earlier ones have restrictions on the complexity of materials and the number of lights. Be sure to install the latest graphics card drivers as they might fix bugs and improve performance.

  • ATI Radeon 9x00, Xx00, X1x00, HD2x00 and HD3x00 series and newer.
  • NVidia Geforce FX, 6x00, 7x00, 8x00, 9x00 and GTX 2x0 and newer.

I wonder if when running blender with the following system I would be able to run the GLSL materials, here it is: (and could you guys recommend me this pc, it’s only 599€)

The latest Intel ® Smart Cache Hyper-Threading Technology:

Intel ® Core ™ i3-350M processor (2.26 GHz, 3 MB L2 cache, 1066 MHz FSB)

15.6 "(40 cm) Backlight LED display with HD resolution (1366 x 768 pixels)

in 16:9 widescreen format

310M NVIDIA ® GeForce ® DirectX ® 10 with 512 MB memory,

HDMI digital audio / video output, Intel ® HD Video technology and NVIDIA ® Optimus

4 GB of RAM DDR3 SDRAM (1)

500 GB S-ATA hard drive

8 x multi-standard CD / DVD burner with DVD-RAM and dual layer support (2)

ESATA connection for fast data transfer

Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11 n Standard Technology to 300-Mbit / s, 802.11 b / g compatible (3)

Gigabit LAN Network Controller (10/100/1000 Mbit / s)


1.3 megapixels webcam with integrated microphone

Multi card reader SD, MMC, MS and MS PRO (card not included)

High Definition Audio with 2 loudspeakers Dolby Advanced Audio ™ certified (4)

Powerful Li-ion battery with 8 cells

Many connectivity

7 complete software with Windows ® Home Premium

(OEM versions preinstalled and / or CD / DVD or. Recovery DVD or CD)

There it is, I hope someone could give me some advise on this…
Thanks in forward!