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Boxx Technologies has unveiled its new mobile workstation GoBoxx1920. The new portable, lightweight system features a 4th generation Haswell Intel Core i7 mobile processor (up to 3.9GHz in turbo mode), it also includes a Nvidia Quadro K2100M GPU and up to 32GB of 1600 MHz DDR3 memory. The GoBoxx 1920 is designed for CAD, animation, motion media, and rendering applications.

The system was debuted at the Autodesk University 2013 in Las Vegas, USA. System demos include a trio of high performance, liquid-cooled, overclocked Intel Core i7-based workstations. A powerful single-processor workstation, 3DBOXX 4920 XTREME GPU edition (4.5 GHz), features four NVIDIA GPUs and is joined by the compact 3DBOXX 4150 XTREME and the new 3DBOXX 4170 XTREME featuring Thunderbolt 2 technology. renderPRO, a personal, rendering solution for 3D graphics, animation, and compositing, completes the lineup.

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