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Review: The 3DBOXX 8550 XTREME
This dual-CPU system from BOXX Technologies is the fastest (and the most expensive) we've tested.
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Review: HP EliteBook 8540w mobile workstation
This mobile workstation with DreamColor 2 display depicts your work beautifully, but taking 1 billion colors on the road has an impact on both weight and battery life.
Review: Dell Precision T5500 is a Power-Packed Tower
The dual-six-core Dell Precision T5500 workstation turns in impressive results--with a price to match.
Review: Eurocom D900F Panther Blows the Doors Off
The expensive Eurocom D900F Panther notebook outperforms most desktop workstations.
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Review: The Low-Cost Lenovo ThinkStation E20
Lenovo's entry into the low-cost CAD workstation arena is incredibly affordable.
Review: Digital Storm PROTUS
After a big impression, the Digital Storm PROTUS delivers mixed results.
Review: 3D BOXX 4860 Extreme
This tweaked-out system from BOXX Technologies delivers incredible performance.
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Balancing Price and Performance
ThinkStation S30, Lenovo's latest single-socket solution, is again a great midrange CAD workstation.
HP’s Flagship Engineering Workstation Raises the Bar
HP improves upon its top-of-the-line workstation, the Z820.
Review: HP EliteBook is Upwardly Mobile
The new HP EliteBook 8560w mobile workstation with DreamColor display improves upon its predecessor.
Review: HP’s All-in-One Z1 Workstation may be One for All
The new HP Z1 all-in-one workstation combines elegant design and workstation performance.
Workstation Review: Power and Portability
Eurocom gets it all right in its newest notebook computer, the P150H Racer mobile workstation.



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