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HP’s new line of workstations detailed

04 Oct 18

HP is releasing its latest entry HP Z workstations for product designers, architects, creative professionals, OEMs, educators and financial/office workers.

“The number one thing we hear from creative professionals and other power users is the need for higher-performance PCs built to meet their needs,” says HP South Pacific personal systems director Chris Price

“Our new HP Z workstation portfolio addresses this by delivering our most powerful entry workstations. By combining superb graphics performance, flexible configuration options, and integrated software experiences in our most secure desktop workstations, the new HP Z lineup has been thoughtfully designed to unleash creativity, maximise productivity and reinvent future workflows.”

HP Z2 Mini

  • 2.7 litres in total volume
  • Six core Intel Xeon processors
  • 2x graphics power compared to the previous generation 
  • NVIDIA Quadro P600 or NVIDIA Quadro P1000 GPU with the option for AMD Radeon Pro WX4150 graphics. 
  • HP’s quietest mini workstation.
  • Up to 56 HP Z2 Mini workstations will fit in a standard 42U rack with the custom rackmount bracket accessory
  • Configurable for connectivity of legacy serial ports, as well as support for up to six displays

HP Z2 Small Form Factor 

  • 50% more processing power than the previous generation
  • Six core CPU
  • Four PCIe slots and dual M.2 storage slots
  •  Flexible I/O option for customising networking, I/O or display needs 
  • Suited for AEC, product developers and OEM power users.

HP Z2 Tower

  • 60% more graphics power than the previous generation
  • Front and rear ledges for movability
  • 13% smaller than the previous generation
  • Optional dust filter for factory or machining environments
  • Dual M.2 storage slots 
  • Optional self-encryption drive

HP EliteDesk 800 Workstation Edition

  • Professional certified commercial desktop
  • Integrated ISV certified applications
  • SolidWorks and AutoCAD-approved
  • Out-of-the-box optimised for VR
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
  • specialised workstation customer support

All workstations include:

  • Built-in end-to-end HP security services
  • Thunderbolt connectivity
     
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