Never mind about parables of the man who built his house on solid rock laughing at the end of the day, where the house built on sand was washed away when a big storm came – NextComputing decided to infuse their upcoming Radius portable workstation with Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors, making it one of the more choice purchases out there. The demonstration by Intel at CES was nothing short of jaw dropping, and to see Sandy Bridge work hand in hand with multiple full-length PCI Express slots, an integrated display and tons of storage space is definitely something worth cherishing, especially for all of your performance-first types. Best to start saving up from now if you want to pick up one of these in the near future (they’re already available now). [Press Release]
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