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All-in-One CAD Tip #2: AutoCAD Sheet Sets, 3ds Max Workspace, Dusty Hardware    22 Apr, 2012

Check out these great tips for organizing AutoCAD sheet sets, maximizing your 3ds Max screen real estate and helping your hardware perform at its best. Sponsored by the HP Z1 All-in-One Workstation, the World’s First All in One 27” Workstation.More>>

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Cadalyst Poll: Type of Computer Used for CAD   1 Apr, 2012

Spring 2012: What type of computer do you use primarily for CAD-related work?More>>

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HP EliteBook 8760w Mobile Workstation   1 Apr, 2012

First Look Review: Nine-pound powerhouse delivers exceptionally fast performance.More>>

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HP Refreshes Z Workstation Line with Three Upgraded Models   6 Mar, 2012

The HP Z420, Z620, and Z820 make their debut, offering new multicore options and increased expandability.More>>

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3DBOXX 3970 XTREME   1 Mar, 2012

First Look Review: Uniquely designed workstation offers extreme speed that justifies its price tag.More>>

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Trimble's Ruggedized Juno Takes GIS on a Field Trip   29 Feb, 2012

The third-generation handheld device combines positioning, imaging, and communications tools in one pocket-sized package for asset management and data collection.More>>

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HP Z1 Breaks Out of the Workstation Mold   16 Feb, 2012

The industry's first 27" all-in-one workstation features pop-open access and a slew of options in a streamlined, space-saving package.More>>

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Setting a CAD Speed Record   10 Feb, 2012

Do you really need a better graphics card? Bill Fane test-drives SolidWorks performance before and after an NVIDIA Quadro upgrade. More>>

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Build a Better Budget   8 Feb, 2012

CAD Manager's Toolbox: You already know you'll need to buy new hardware and software this year — now you've got to tell management about it.More>>

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Choose the Right CAD Workstation Components    8 Feb, 2012

You've got a limited budget for new hardware — learn how to get the most performance bang for your buck!More>>