Monday, December 1, 2008

The Polywell Poly X5800A Comes With Serial-Attached SCSI (SAS) Hard Drives
If you have been an active computer enthusiast for at least a decade or more, then the name Polywell Computers is probably very familiar to you. Polywell was making build-to-order PCs long before most other PC vendors thought to abandon pre-configured SKUs in place of custom configs. In fact, Polywell has been around since 1987--which is longer than many of today's build-to-order vendors have even been in business. While Polywell's bread-and-butter has always been professional-level systems and workstations (such as systems for CAD and video editing), it has also done brisk business selling enthusiast-level desktop PCs. And even though Polywell's enthusiast-desktop market share has given way over the years to competitors such as Falcon Northwest, iBuypower, and Alienware, the company is still kicking...