HP debuts all-in-one workstation

HP Z1 can snap open to allow users to change or replace components

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HP debuts all-in-one workstation HP has debuted an all-in-one computer, which features a 68.6cm diagonal display.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  February 19, 2012

HP has launched its first all-in-one workstation with a 68.6cm diagonal display, which is designed to snap open so users can easily swap out parts and make upgrades without any tools.

The HP Z1 features Intel Xeon processors, Nvidia Quadro graphics, and support for more than 1 billion colors.  

Built for computer-aided design, digital media, entertainment, architects, education and independent professionals, the HP Z1 is designed to provide fast rendering and performance.

It offers a full range of workstation-class graphics cards and processors, and is thoroughly tested and certified to work with today's leading industry applications.

"The revolutionary HP Z1 creates a new category of workstations elevating the standard for design, performance, upgradability and serviceability," said Kobi Elbaz, director, Client Solutions, HP Personal Systems Group EMEA. "With its game-changing design and an experience that optimises visual and computing performance, the HP Z1 will help attract new customers and expand our market leadership."

Users can choose from a variety of storage types, including 7.2K and 10K SATA, SSD, optional RAID configurations, removable drives (AMO), a multiformat media card reader and optical drives including a slot-load Blu-ray Writer.

The HP Z1 also features front-facing dual-cone speakers, SRS Premium Sound, a webcam, HP Remote Graphics Software and the HP Performance Advisor.

The new HP Z1 Workstation is expected to be available worldwide in April. Pricing starts at $ 1,999.

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