Boxx Upgrades VR Workstation With Intel Kaby Lake Processor
February 22, 2017

Boxx Upgrades VR Workstation With Intel Kaby Lake Processor

AUSTIN, TX — Boxx Technologies’ ( GoBoxx MXL VR mobile workstation now includes an Intel Core i7-7700K desktop class processor for immersive virtual reality experiences on the go. The upgraded GoBoxx also includes a number of features that are essential for boosting the productivity of digital content creators. 
“As virtual reality becomes more integrated into professional workflows, a mobile solution is ideal for many organizations and industries,” says Shoaib Mohammad, Boxx VP of marketing and business development. “The challenge was to provide that mobility, but never compromise the quality of the desktop immersive experience. Boxx has achieved that with GoBoxx MXL VR.”

A compact, high-performance mobile workstation featuring a true desktop-class, four-core Intel Core i7 -7700K processor (4.2GHz), the GoBoxx MXL VR also includes a 17-inch Full HD display, M.2 SSD storage, and up to 64GB of RAM. The system allows game developers, VFX artists, engineers, and architects to incorporate mobile virtual reality into their professional workflows. Recommended for applications like Autodesk 3DS Max, Revit, Unity, and IrisVR, GoBoxx MXL VR supports complex 3D CAD assets for development, yet also features the graphics performance necessary to drive demanding immersive experiences throughout multiple industries. Equipped with the latest Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 or 1080 graphics cards commonly used in video game engine technology, the MXL VR provides high-end graphics while ensuring a seamless VR experience where optimal frame rates must be at least 90fps.

“GoBOXX MXL VR is a true desktop workstation replacement, designed for mobile VR deployments, and built by the company that truly understands VR applications,” says Mohammad. “For professional organizations ready to incorporate this emerging technology, that level of quality, versatility, and performance is unmatched.”