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NextComputing adds Sandy Bridge chips to Radius PCs

updated 04:55 pm EST, Tue January 11, 2011

Radius AIO PCs get Sandy Bridge chip options

NextComputing brought Intel's Sandy Bridge CPUs to its lineup of Radius portable and low footprint all-in-one PCs. The PCs are unique in that they offer a 17-inch, 1,900x1,200 display built right into the side of the case, where the hardware components live. For ease of mobility, the case has a built-in, leather-padded carrying handle.

The Radius range is available with either Intel Core i7, Xeon or AMD Phenom II chips and as much as 24GB of DDR3 RAM. A range of graphics cards from NVIDIA and AMD are also on offer. A DVD drive is standard, and the case has room for up to nine 2.5-inch SATA hard drives.

Pricing isn't freely available, as users are urged to fill out an online request for this information.

by MacNN Staff



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