BOXX Unveils New Mobile Workstation at Autodesk University 2013

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BOXX Technologies is debuting the new GoBOXX 1920 mobile workstation at Autodesk University 2013 in Las Vegas

The annual conference and exhibition welcomes design professionals from around the world to attend classes, keynotes, product demonstrations, exhibits, and networking events. At the BOXX booth in the expo area, the company will also demonstrate other BOXX systems hosted by visualization experts from both Autodesk and Blue Marble 3D (a division of Chipman Design Architecture).

"If attendees have questions regarding simulation, rendering, ray tracing, or some other aspect of their workflow, we're offering an environment where they can consult with leading experts," says Shoaib Mohammad, BOXX VP of Marketing and Business Development. "In addition, our booth allows users of 3ds Max, Maya, Revit, V-Ray, and Octane Render to experience how those applications are supposed to run. An added bonus is that they will also discover the power and performance of our new GoBOXX."

Enabling users to create on the go outside of studio and office confines, the new portable and lightweight GoBOXX 1920 features a 4th generation (Haswell) Intel Core i7 mobile processor (up to 3.9 GHz in turbo mode) as well as NVIDIA Quadro K2100M workstation graphics and up to 32GB of 1600 DDR3 MHz memory for 64-bit applications. GoBOXX offers professional grade performance for CAD, animation, motion media, and rendering applications.

Other BOXX system demos include a trio of high performance, liquid-cooled, overclocked Intel Core i7-based workstations.


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