When it comes to notebooks, there are many different machines that are all aimed at different types of users. We have power sipping netbooks and ultraportables that lack the power some users need, but have lots of runtime.
The workstation segment is for the users who need lots of power in a machine that is portable. Eurocom has unveiled its latest update for its workstation called ht eD900F Panther. The machine will reportedly be the first in the world to get an IntelCore i7-980X 6-core processor and a 2.6TB Raid 10 array.
The workstation can run Windows, Linux, Open Solaris, and other server-class operating systems. The machine also has an integrated UPS and weighs a whopping 12 pounds. The machine should offer as much power or more than most desktop computers. Pricing starts at $3085 and goes up significantly from that point depending on options.
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