Finding a workstation suited to the kind of video work you’re doing now can be a daunting task. Choosing a workstation that in two to three years you won’t be ready to sell on eBay or donate to charity because it’s so dated can be even harder. However, if you take some time to consider how you like to work and what you’ll be working on, you’ll be able to find a system that will support your needs now and down the road.
Dell today announced updates to their flagship 15-inch mobile workstation, the Dell Precision M3800. The M3800 aims to give video editors and creative pros the thinnest, lightest and most powerful laptop on the market, a position often held by Apple’s MacBook series.
Apple impressed attendees of their fall iPad event in Cupertino today with a dazzling addition to the Mac line of computers — an iMac with Retina Display. Exchanging the marketing-speak for real numbers, the new iMac has a 5K display.
4K editors rejoice, as word on the street - according to Macworld UK - is that Intel is rolling out a new range of Xeon E5 processors for those in need of more parallel processing oomph. But will they be coming to a Mac Pro near you?
Dell this week announced the imminent arrival of new members of the Precision series of workstations. Three new tower models - the 5810, 7810 and top-of-the-line 7910 - as well as a rack version of the 7910 are landing in power-hungry production offices as of September 9, 2014.