“It blew me away” – postPerspective Reviews Boxx’s Apexx 4 7404 workstation

The professional workstation market has been blown open recently with companies like HP, Apple, Dell, Lenovo and others building systems containing i3/i5/i7/i9 and Xeon processors, and AMD’s recent re-inauguration into the professional workstation market with their Ryzen line of processors. There are more options than ever, and that’s a great thing for working pros, but…

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Time to Switch? Autodesk Discontinues Support for 3ds Max on Mac

For years, the lack of available software for Mac operating systems has been a source of frustration for many loyal Mac users and creative designers. This has never been more true than it is right now. Quietly, back in March, Autodesk announced that they would no longer support 3ds Max in the Mac OS environment.…

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New Autodesk Releases for 2018

There’s exciting news in the Autodesk world if you regularly use their products, including AutoCAD and Inventor. The 2018 Autodesk updates to both products have been released from beta and are available to the public. Both AutoCAD 2018 and Autodesk Inventor 2018 contain user-enhancement upgrades and performance improvements that can advance your workflow. Whether you’re…

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Why Small Size Matters for Your Workstation

Maybe you’re renting an office space that’s a little smaller than you’d like, or maybe your business has been growing, and you’ve been forced to get creative with your workspace layouts. And, if your business relies on engineers, architects, or other creative professionals, you also have to think about the size of the workstations your…

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In It for the Long Haul

How a 3-year-old BOXX workstation is faster than your brand new Dell or HP.  “Kaby Lake” is the latest processor from Intel, introduced in early 2017, and features a top clock speed of 4.2GHz. That sounds impressive, until you realize that BOXX offered safely overclocked 4.3GHz workstations as far back as late 2013. While Dell…

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