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  • Low-Cost CAD Gets the Job Done - reviewing low-cost CAD applications for $750 or less: CADopia 6 Professional Edition, CADVANCE LiTe V12 Release 2005, General CADD Pro 4, PowerCAD Pro 6.0.0.3/Classic 6, Vdraft 2.21, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst Management, January 1, 2006
  • Maximum Mobility - PocketCAD 4.0 and PowerCAD CE are easy-to-use CAD programs that can run on the HP iPAQ hx4700 pocket PC, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst Management, July 15, 2005
  • CAD on the Hoof? PowerCAD CE Frees Me From My Drafting Table - CAD on a pocket PC is quite a challenge but GiveMePower has done a incredible job with PowerCAD CE, John Walkosak, Pocket PC Thoughts, May 13, 2005
  • Bargain Buys-7 CAD Packages to Stretch the Budget - reviews of CAD programs that deliver impressive capabilities for less than $600: AutoSketch 9, DataCAD 11, General CADD v3.1, PowerCAD Professional 6, DesignCAD 3D MAX v15, IntelliCAD 5 Standard and Vdraft CAD System, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, January 1, 2005
  • Updates for 3D CAD, Collaboration Tools - reviews of AEC tools: Lamina 1.0, ArchiCAD 9, Revit 7, Treo 650 Smartphone, Texxus, LaunchPad CadOperator, ProjectWise V8 2004, Xdrive, Corecon 4.0 and PowerCAD SiteMaster/Leica DISTO Plus, Deborah Snoonian, Architectural Record, December 2004
  • Mobile Computing Goes Afield - reviews of mobile software: PocketCAD, ZiPCAD, riteMail 2.0, POWERCAD CE 5.2 and Sigma Design's eZ, H. Edward Goldberg, Cadalyst, September 2003
  • Comparing Visual LISP to PowerCAD's FLISP - although FLISP provides excellent programming functions, its limitations make it more comparable to AutoLISP than Visual LISP, Bill Kramer, CADENCE, March 2003
  • PowerCAD Brings Workstation Power to the Pocket PC - the only software that provides true 3D file capability for the Pocket PC, PowerCAD also offers another useful feature called VoiceNOTE that allows audio notes to be part of the drawing, David Shier, Pocket PC Magazine, March 2003
  • 6 CAD Options for Tight Budgets - fully capable CAD programs under $600 include PowerCAD Professional (formerly FelixCAD), TurboCAD Professional, SmartSketch 4, Visio Professional 2001, Vdraft 2.21 and DesignCAD, Ron LaFon and William Adams, Cadalyst, October, 2001
  • Will FelixCAD Take Over Where IntelliCAD Left Off? - CADInfo.Net, November, 1999
 

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