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EZ Trading ships 'world's smallest' trading terminal

05 March 2014  |  813 views  |  0 Source: EZ Trading

In the never-ending campaign to supply traders with the most innovative, fast and reliable products, EZ Trading Computers debuts the World's Smallest Trading Computer.

Dubbed the Nano-GT, this new model is actually 30% smaller (measured in cubic inches) than a standard 17.3 inch laptop but as much as 25% faster and more powerful than even the highest-end laptops on the market. Measuring only 7.6 inches x 8.25 inches x 2.5 inches, the Nano GT is the smallest trading computer offered to date. The Nano-GT takes advantage of the ultra low power requirements of the Intel Core i7-4770S processor while delivering blistering power and speed. Other features include a 250GB Solid State Hard Drive, 16GB of RAM and 3 digital monitor support right out of the box.

This magnificently mobile and powerful computer offers traders who travel a huge advantage in the fight against slippage. Slippage, in the trading universe, is when a trader enters a market order and gets filled at a much different price than he expected. Slippage occurs when underpowered computers can't keep up with the real-time data stream. The real-time data actually becomes subtly delayed and by the time the trader enters the order, the real-time price is different, resulting in a bad price fill. Slippage is one of the top enemies of day traders.

"Approximately 98% of the notebook computers currently available to traders are simply not fast enough to avoid slippage," says Russ Hazelcorn, better known as Eddie Z and COO of EZ Trading Computers. "Nearly all laptops these days are designed for basic computing tasks such as browsing and email. Their processors are simply too slow to handle the real-time data stream. The Nano-GT is the right choice for traders seeking maximum power, speed and multiple monitor support in a portable form. The Nano-GT is at the cutting edge of defeating slippage," said Hazelcorn.

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