EUROCOM Tornado F7W
17.3-inch; FHD 120Hz (1920x1080) or 4K UHD 60Hz (3840x2160)

Launching Eurocom Tornado F7, heavy-duty GPU and CPU upgradeable,Intel Xeon laptop with an all-in-one design with integrated display, keyboard and built-in UPS/battery pack, ensuring you have dedicated on-the-go capability anytime, anywhere. EUROCOM Tornado F7 supports up to 22TB of storage with five physical drives in RAID 0/1/5 and up to 128GB of memory.

  • Weight/Dimensions: 4.14kg (9.1lbs); 428x314x24-51mm (17.12x12.56x0.96-2.04-inch)
  • Operating Systems: Microsoft: Server 2016R2, Windows 10; Linux/Ubuntu
  • Core Logic: Intel C246 Chipset
  • Processor: 6C/12T Intel XEON E series; and 8C/16T i9 9900K; LGA1151
  • GPU Technology: GPU-upgradeable; MXM 3.1; Quadro: P5200, P4200 and P3200
  • Memory: up to 128GB; DDR4 ECC (with Xeon) or non-ECC (with i7/i9); 4x SODIMM sockets
  • Storage: up to 22TB of storage with five physical drives 3x M.2 NVMe PCIe x4 + 2x 2.5" SATA3)
  • Redundancy and Performance: RAID 0/1/5
  • Network: 1GbE; RJ-45 LAN on-board; VPro; Intel I219-LM chipset
  • I/O Ports: 1x Thunderbolt 3.0; 5x USB 3.1; miniDP; HDMI 2.0; Mic in; Headphone S/PDIF out; Line-in; Line out; RJ-45 / LAN
  • Security: Smartcard Reader, TPM 2.0; Fingerprint; BIOS Disk Encryption; Kensington Lock; HDD BIOS Password
  • Mechanical Design Chassis: Aluminium Alloy (Back Cover and Top Case) and German manufactured resins (Front Cover and Bottom Case)
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    Nov 28, 2018

    Tornado F7W: Laptop-to-power-through-intense-jobs-anywhere

    FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, USA — Digital Engineering (DE; digitaleng.news) announces that the Tornado F7W Mobile Workstation from Eurocom is its Editor’s Pick of the Week for November 28, 2018.

    “Eurocom recently announced availability of its new Tornado F7W Mobile Workstation,” writes DE Editor at Large Anthony J. Lockwood. “They call it 'a supercomputer-class laptop,' and its specs make a good case to back up that claim. … Let's start with the brains; first CPUs then GPUs (graphics processing units).”

    “You have your choice of a six-core/12 thread Xeon E-2816G, an eight core/eight thread Core i7-9700K or Intel's next generation eight core/16 thread Core i9-9900K microprocessor,” he says.

    “Graphics: You can trick out the Tornado F7W with a professional-level, high-performance NVIDIA Quadro P5200, P4200 or P3200 GPU,” Lockwood continues. “A neat thing here is that these GPUs are upgradable. Each has multi-gigabyte graphics memory.”

    “The Tornado F7W supports up to 128GB of double data rate ECC or non-ECC RAM,” he notes. “The workstation's three solid state drive slots and two 2.5-in. SATA 3 bays means that its storage memory can reach 22TB. [It] comes with a 17.3-in. display. You can go for a 120Hz 1920x1080 full high definition or a 60Hz 3840x2160 ultra high-definition/4K screen. It handles four external displays too.”

    Couple lots of memory and perky storage throughput with any combination of those CPUs and GPUs [and] you should get first-class response out of your CAD/CAM/CAE applications wherever you have to be,” he concludes.