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Poly 880NF2-2700XGL (AMD)   1 Mar, 2003

Housed in an extremely compact and lightweight aluminum and Lucite case with a clear window on the removable side panel, the Poly 880NF2-2700XGL is easily the lightest system reviewed here.More>>

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Poly 7205G1-3000XGL (Intel)   1 Mar, 2003

It?s difficult for one company to compete against itself, especially when the other system it submits is a great- performing bargain.More>>

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SYS PowerHouse 3066   1 Mar, 2003

Based on our previous experiences benchmarking and evaluating computers from SYS Technology, we?ve come to expect high-performance systems with many extras, and the SYS PowerHouse 3066 meets our expectations.More>>

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Tri-Star   1 Mar, 2003

The Tri-Star computer from Tri CAD/CAM Systems is housed in an elegant, simple case with a swing-away door that covers the drive bays.More>>

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Samsung display drives system testing   1 Mar, 2003

All workstations for this roundup were tested on the new Samsung SyncMaster 191T flat-panel monitor, a 190 TFT (thin-film transistor) monitor that is remarkably bright and performed flawlessly throughout the rigors of the testing process.More>>

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8 Great CAD Workstations   1 Mar, 2003

The quest of CAD/CAM software users for ever-greater computing power tends to make us more conservative in our computer choices, both in selection of design and in sticking to proven technologies.More>>

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First Looks: Contex Crystal Tx 40"   1 Mar, 2003

The Contex Crystal Tx 400 wide-format scanner impresses with features that not only enable excellent scanning results, but also make it easy to use.More>>

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Table 1. Workstation features   1 Mar, 2003

Table 1. Workstation featuresMore>>

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First Looks: Essential Textures   1 Mar, 2003

Some purists like to create everything from scratch, including texture maps. There's nothing wrong with this, if you have the time and skill.More>>

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Design Intent and iMates   1 Mar, 2003

Wymer highlights the Knowledge Vault's iMates, which you can use to virtually automate standard-component assemblies within Autodesk Inventor.More>>