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Systemax’s Xeon E5310-powered Endeavor Workstation - Systemax’s Xeon E5310-powered Endeavor Workstation
Tue, February 19 2008 | 2:46AM | PermaLink Feedback?
“Upon unwrapping Systemax’s Endeavor box, it was clear we were working with a true workstation. The all-black chassis (black is the new beige) is pretty much par for the course. In fact, you might recognize the enclosure as Chenbro’s SR10566 Black. Having had hands-on time with some of the company’s rackmount server enclosures, Systemax’s choice to go with Chenbro for its Endeavor makes good sense. The box is plenty sturdy. Crafted from .8mm steel, the chassis alone weighs more than 23 pounds (total shipping weight for the whole workstation is a staggering 64 pounds).”
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