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Dell Precision 5550: Thin, Fast and Pricey
Dell recently announced a couple of new mobile workstations in its Precision line—the 5550 and 5570—offering the portability of a laptop and the processing power of a desktop PC. The Precision 5550 is reportedly the world’s smallest 15-in. mobile workstation,...
CorelCAD 2020: An Alternative to AutoCAD
Corel, known for its flagship, best-selling product—CorelDRAW has steadily added to it's software library. The company acquired design, illustration, photo and video editing applications. Earlier this year, they released CorelCAD 2020, the latest update to its 2D/3D CAD software.
High-Performance Radeon Pros
We compare the AMD Radeon Pro WX 8200 and W5700 GPUs. The AMD Radeon Pro WX 8200 is actually quite similar to the WX 9100, with 12,500 million transistors and a base clock speed of 1200MHz. Both boards use HBM2 memory with error-correcting code...
Dell Precision 7540: Mobile Workstation Put Through Paces
This new 15-in. mobile workstation is a price and performance leader.
Performance without Breaking the Bank: Velocity Micro ProMagix HD60 ATX AMD Review
This system integrator delivers a price/performance winner.
BOXX GoBOXX SLM 17 Packs in VR Power
This new lightweight mobile workstation performs great, but for a price.
HP ZBook 14u G6 Mobile Workstation: Compact Road Warrior Workstation
This new 14-in. workstation is a great choice for on-the-go engineers.
Alibre Design 2019: Still Going Strong
Alibre LLC ships the second release since reacquiring its venerable parametric modeling software.
Autodesk Fusion 360: Getting Better All the Time
Autodesk consolidates Fusion 360 into a single, more powerful package.
progeCAD Professional 2020: Low-Cost CAD
This affordable CAD program looks a lot like AutoCAD, but brings functionality at an affordable price.
Affordable Power: A Tale of Two Dells
We evaluate Dell’s Precision 3540 and 3541 mobile workstations.
Review: Onshape Cloud-Based CAD Platform Offers Access Anywhere
Onshape's latest features focus on performance, integration and usability.
Review: Lenovo ThinkPad P72 Displays An Excellent Update
Lenovo’s 17-inch mobile workstation delivers great engineering performance at a more affordable price.
Review: BricsCAD Turns on the Power with V19
BricsCAD V19 extends beyond AutoCAD’s capabilities.
Software Review: Rhino 6 Is A Powerful Creature
Rhino, the popular NURBS-based modeler continues to grow.



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