SolidBox Setup Tip: Chad Garrish Of Epigrid’s Ultra Mobile L2

When we launched our new Ultra Series earlier this year, Chad Garrish of Epigrid was one of the first to adopt the new, light-weight platform. After seeing our demo unit at SolidWorks World, Chad said, "It looks good, but will it push two external monitors?" All it took was a single affirmative for him to next exclaim, "I'll take one, I've already got an idea about how I'll set it up."Naturally, we were excited when we received these pictures of Chad's sleek Ultra Mobile in action.What you immed

published May 19, 2014

SolidBox TV is here! Logitech K350 & Performance MX Reviewed

Our debut episode of SolidBox TV! Come here to see all the latest and greatest hardware reviews, tips & tricks, and exclusive behind the scenes footage of all-things important to SolidWorks and Mastercam users. Go, create...Empower Yourself! This first episode is a review of the Logitech K350 Wireless Keyboard and Logitech Performance Mouse MX.

published December 12, 2011

SolidBox TV is here! Logitech K350 & Performance MX Reviewed

Our debut episode of SolidBox TV! Come here to see all the latest and greatest hardware reviews, tips & tricks, and exclusive behind the scenes footage of all-things important to SolidWorks and Mastercam users. Go, create...Empower Yourself! This first episode is a review of the Logitech K350 Wireless Keyboard and Logitech Performance Mouse MX.

published December 12, 2011

What ails ya'?

So, we all know that a faster workstation makes for a more enjoyable work experience, but what about the OTHER hardware you deal with day to day? Like your chair, your desk, your keyboard, your mouse? Maybe you don't have to worry about your chair crashing (or do you?), but perhaps it's still a pain in the butt... or back, or legs? Especially for those of us who spend most of our day behind a desk cranking out designs in SolidWorks. Something that is becoming an issue more and more for me pe

published April 24, 2010

What ails ya’?

So, we all know that a faster workstation makes for a more enjoyable work experience, but what about the OTHER hardware you deal with day to day? Like your chair, your desk, your keyboard, your mouse? Maybe you don't have to worry about your chair crashing (or do you?), but perhaps it's still a pain in the butt... or back, or legs? Especially for those of us who spend most of our day behind a desk cranking out designs in SolidWorks. Something that is becoming an issue more and more for me pe

published April 24, 2010

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