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Rain Computers will officially debut its LiveBook Studio, a high performance quad-core notebook based on Intel’s “Nehalem” Core i7 architecture, at the Winter NAMM Show.

LiveBook Studio will be available for sale starting in early February 2010 with a trio of quad-core processors, a high performance drive up to 500GB and up to 8GB of 1333MHz DDR3 memory.

It also features the new NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M sending 1GB of video memory to an ultra-high-resolution widescreen display making it ideal for motion graphics and video editing on the go.

Pricing is TBA.

 

If you’re doing audio work on Windows, Rain Recording may have just released your dream machine.

They’ve introduced the ION 64, a true 64-bit computing platform designed for audio and video production.

Powered by two AMD Opteron Quad Core processors, the ION 64 has eight processor cores, up to 64 gigabytes of RAM, and room for 4 terabytes of high-performance storage.

By providing a true 64-bit platform, Rain has created a system able to utilize up to 64 gigabytes of memory, giving you what Rain calls “the single most powerful audio production platform available today”.

Pricing and Availability

The ION 64 – Octo Core 64-bit Digital Audio Workstation is available now from Rain Recording, through Rain Authorized Dealers and the Rain Store, designed and tested by Rain for maximum compatibility with 64-bit audio hardware and software. Free shipping and free third party integration is standard.

Price: from $3699