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    Media Workstations launches dual-socket Epyc a-X2P luggable

    This dual-socket AMD Epyc 7002 machine sports up to 128C/256T, 2TB RAM and 6 screens.
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    Re: Media Workstations launches dual-socket Epyc a-X2P luggable

    Damn, work from home has gotten a new meaning or on site.. uh

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    Re: Media Workstations launches dual-socket Epyc a-X2P luggable

    reminds me of the first portable I ever used, the Compaq Portable from 1983... yes, 1983.

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    Re: Media Workstations launches dual-socket Epyc a-X2P luggable

    So. The "Luggable" PC returns, but no-one thought to merge it with a trolley case? #facepalm

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    Re: Media Workstations launches dual-socket Epyc a-X2P luggable

    The XMG laptops are amusing. The AMD equivalent came out and youtubers were amazed by the performance in a laptop; now with the intel model they're amazed by how big the heatsink and PSUs are

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    Re: Media Workstations launches dual-socket Epyc a-X2P luggable

    That is so daft. I want it.

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    Re: Media Workstations launches dual-socket Epyc a-X2P luggable

    Quote Originally Posted by iworrall View Post
    So. The "Luggable" PC returns, but no-one thought to merge it with a trolley case? #facepalm
    The problem is, you would have to suspension the crap out of those wheels, the amount of impact that a lugged device would get over a wheeled device would be orders of magnitude.

    I am unwittingly aggressive with my wheeled hard cases and the most complex that has been in one was a Polycom HDX unit that was designed to be dropped into warzones for FOB conferences and that was designed to be dropped off AC-130s on pallets!

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    The XMG laptops are amusing. The AMD equivalent came out and youtubers were amazed by the performance in a laptop; now with the intel model they're amazed by how big the heatsink and PSUs are
    I was thoroughly impressed when a system is done properly. Unlike Asus and their TUF or MSI and the other laptop.
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