Eurocom Launches the Racer 3W Mobile Workstation

Eurocom has been one of the market leaders in mobile workstations and with its latest launch of the Racer 3W the company has made an addition to its already existing successful line of mobile workstations. These new Racer 3W workstations come in models ranging from the 15.6 inch to the 17.3 inch variations.


All these models are powered by the Intel Xeon processors with 8 cores and 16 threads. They are equipped with the NVIDIA Quadro K5100M graphics with 32 GB memory, DDR5 of 8 GB and storage space of up to 6 TB. When it comes to graphics, the workstation provides full support for a line of NVIDIA Quadro graphics processors including K1000M, K2000M, K3000M, K31000M, K4100M and K5100M with 1536 CUDA cores. This list is provided to the customers so they can make their choice wisely, keeping in mind their budget as well as their requirements from the workstation. All these Quadro GPUs ensure higher performance and stability and are perfect to make the best use out of applications such as the Adobe Creative Suite 5.5, Autodesk 3DS Max, Autodesk Autocad 2011 and many more.


With all these up to the mark specifications, the new workstations by Eurocom will suit perfectly all the needs of the professional users who need to work in challenging environments with the most demining applications and software. Mobile workstations such as the Racer 3W provide higher levels of portability. With a weight of merely 3 kg, it is easy to carry around while on the go and is perfect for office settings and construction sites. Carrying professional data in a portable manner is also very important and Eurocom has kept this in mind with allowing up to 4 drives to be installed for maximum capacity. Some other features of the Racer 3W have been highlighted below:

• Up to i7-4930MX Extreme
• up to 32 GB; DDR3L-1600; 4 RAM sockets
• Card Reader, Optical Drive
• Webcam: 2M FHD 1920×1080; 30fps; with Samsung HD sensor
• Sound Blaster X-Fi MB3
• headphone out, microphone in
• LED Backlit Display

Source: Eurocom | News Archive