For the frequent traveler, trading on the go just got easier.
Technology you can trust
Be more than a follower. Whether recording your trading day to improve your methods, or broadcasting your most dominating trades, the F-15's 9th Gen Intel mobile processor deftly handles trading, recording, and streaming - all at the same time. With more cores and cache memory, it's lightning-fast and efficient. Run the most resource-demanding trading software. Gain the advantage with the F-15 laptop.
Mobile Multiple Monitor Support
With Mobile USB 3.0 powered monitors, you can have a multiple monitor trading platform that you can take with you on the road and set up anywhere. The laptop screen and mobile monitor screens are the same resolution, which means a chart that fits on the laptop also fits on the mobile monitor.
15.6" Screen Model
17.3" Screen Model
F-10 Technical Specifications
2.6 GHz Base, 4.5 GHz Turbo
1 x 8GB DIMM
2 x 8GB DIMM
2 x 16GB DIMM
mini Display Port (mDP)
Triple-Monitor Docking station with 1 HDMI and 2 DisplayPorts, connects to USB 3.0 port
When deciding which Falcon Desktop to buy, knowing which performs better for your trading program(s) is key. If you do not know if your program is Single- or Multi-Thread capable, contact our sales staff and we will do our best to find out for you. Take a look at the chart below to see where each CPU we use stands compared to the others. Mouse-over or touch each bar for its value.
Single Threaded Performance
When using programs that only capable of using a single core of the processor (NinjaTrader 7, ThinkorSwim, Sierra Charts), a fast single-thread processor is better than a fast multi-thread processor.
Multi Threaded Performance
When using a program that can use all the cores of the processor (eSignal, TradeStation, NinjaTrader 8), a fast multi-thread processor is what you want.
Video Card Performance Comparison
Falcon Desktops give you the ability to have multiple charts open on multiple screens. These charts use simple 2D elements such as simple vectors, fonts, and text, and are driven by the Windows 10 interface. Having high-end graphics cards can make a trading computer more complex (and also more expensive) than it needs to be. Below are the summed up scores, when testing 2D functionality, of our video cards (the P620 and GT 710) compared to some of the more powerful (and expensive) cards out there, like the GTX 1080. While these cards are meant for gaming, they also have other purposes. If you would like to purchase a non-standard graphics card with your desktop, please call our sales team.
Twenty percent of our sales are to customers outside the US but regardless of where they live we see over 60% return to buy another computer from us.
The best testimony you can have is a lot of return customers. We often hear that they will never buy a computer from anyone else. One of our most frequent return customers is a commodities trading company in Denmark with offices in Switzerland.
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Includes On-Site Service
Our Technical Support staff comprises of experts with hands-on training and experience. Our Administrative staff is highly knowledgeable. Our top technicians have been with us for many years. When you call other computer manufacturers, you often get automated systems, minimally trained people, and headaches. We have a different philosophy here at Falcon.
Testing 16 computers at once
New computers undergo extensive testing to make sure that they are 100% ready for rigorous service. Performance testing determines the correct settings to tune the computer for maximum stability, realization, and reliability. Non-destructive stress testing is performed to discover components currently functioning but are weak and will fail quickly.
The Learn How to Trade Guide helps the beginning trader to understand his/her choices and different paths in the world of trading. Selecting the path right for you is very important. Many beginning traders could have done much better if they had a better understanding of all their options. Is Stocks or Forex or Options or Futures your best choice? What methodologies should you consider? What time frame should you trade?
This guide summarizes what it takes to become an independent trader (no day job) or a serious trader who still wants to keep his day job. What should you expect for returns? What broker should you use? What software should you use? Risk Management is where most new traders fail by trading too much risk on each trade. We will guide you on proper risk management. What about automated trading? What equipment should you have? A must read for most beginning and intermediate traders.
At Falcon, we sell computers to a lot of veteran traders. In this guide, we try to focus on some of the core principals of what we have learned in trading and on what our veteran traders have told us they have learned.