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Review of MegaPAC L2 : The First Portable Workstation


April 14, 2014

The first portable workstation, MegaPAC L2, has been created by a company called ACME portable. It was first showcased in the NAB 2014 show in Las Vegas.

There are many interesting features in this new portable workstation. To start, it is a powerful system designed to help professionals perform many CPU-intense tasks like 3D rendering, photography and graphics creation. It uses Intel's Core i7-4960 3.6 GHz six-core desktop processor for superior performance. Also, it comes with seven expansion slots design to give users the flexibility to add-on cards as needed, thereby making it ideal for defense and military applications, in-venue broadcasting, live streaming on the web, local television programming and for CAD design and processing.

The processor speeds are matched with hard disk speeds and memory storage. The hard disks have up to 20 TB, making it one of the few devices with the fastest SSD in the market today. It also comes with a 1 TB memory DDR3 to provide good amounts of internal storage for users.

Another unique aspect of Mega PAC L2 is its display capabilities. It comes with two 23-inch wide-view HD display units of 4K resolution. Its 16:9 LED backlite LCD makes it perfect for applications that need a greater degree of visual perspective.

With all these features, MegaPAC L2 is easy to transport as it takes less than a minute to remove the portable workstation from the case and start working. Furthermore, it supports both Windows and Linux operating systems.

These features make MegaPAC L2 a convenient and handy workstation for users as they no longer have to compromise on technical specifications for portability.




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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