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Boxx introduces new compact CAD workstation

March 19th 2017

The new Apexx 1 1402 packs the latest i7 processing power into a surprisingly bite-sized package.

Boxx Technologies recently introduced a new small workstation, the Apexx 1 1402. The company claims it is the world’s smallest workstation to feature an overclocked Intel Core i7 “Kaby Lake” processor. The Kaby Lake processor is Intel’s 7th generation upgrade for the Sky Lake architecture, and does not come factory fitted. As Shoaib Mohammad, Boxx’s VP of Marketing and Business Development says, “By safely overclocking the new Intel Kaby Lake processor, we’re providing a real solution to workflow bottlenecks, an ultra-compact system that empowers users to work faster than ever.”

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Techwatch March 10th 2017

I’m seeing more than I want to, or maybe not enough Our eyes are just too damn good. Too good for the VR and AR displays we can afford and are able to build today.  VR as you probably know has a taxonomy that can be reduced to a quadrant:  Samsung’s gear is upper left, HTC and Oculus are lower left, and the stuff that started the VR field, and where the money is made is the lower right.  The lower left is highly over hyped by the participants, investors, market researchers (who

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Mitsubishi Electric to exit mobile phone biz

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Is this a test?

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DVD wars — it’s all over but the shouting

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