Laptop specialist Eurocom has unveiled an improve to its cell server referred to as the Tornado F7 SE, which can home a staggering 5 storage elements (six if you happen to embody the cardboard reader) to ship a jaw dropping 40TB capability.
That’s 8TB per storage gadget, unfold throughout three M.2 NVMe slots and two 2.5” SATA3 slots that can run in a number of RAID configurations (RAID 0/1/5/10). The laptop can be succesful of operating in RAID 0/1/5 configuration with Sabrent NVMe SSDs.
The gadget, which appears to be based mostly the Tornado F7W we reviewed final 12 months, is one of the only a few notebooks that can take 128GB reminiscence and can work with each Intel Xeon and Intel Core processors.
It can energy as much as 4 screens in 4K resolutions because of an array of ports and the choice to run workstation-class GPUs such because the P5200 from Nvidia.
Now, who would need such a high-performance laptop? According to Eurocom, “energy customers who work with huge quantities of data and can’t danger any errors in terms of their essential data being transferred/saved can all profit largely from NVMe SSDs.”
“These energy customers embody, however will not be restricted to: IT professionals who work in Computer Aided Design (CAD), IT Architects who work with packages comparable to SOLIDWORKS and software program designers/engineers who wish to scale back their switch and render instances,” the vendor added.
A word of warning, though: adding the additional storage to the base chassis increased the price of the device to a whopping $21,841 (around £16700/AU$30,600) – a near 6x increase in price.
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