HP launches Z1 all-in-one workstation
The Z1 offers a toll-less chassis that can be easily snapped open to upgrade hardware or swap components
HP has unveiled the new HP Z1 workstation, which is the world's first all-in-one workstation with a 27-inch display.
It has a sleek industrial design and features quad-core Intel's Xeon processors, EEC memory and Nvidia Quadro graphics. The display of the Z1 can open up so tool-less upgrades can be made or parts swapped out.
Other features include high fidelity audio, an HD webcam, HP remote graphics software that allows users to work remotely and still access 3D, video and media rich applications. Users can choose from a 7,200 or 10,000 rpm hard drive, SSD drive, optional RAID drives, a multi-format media card reader and a slot-load Blu-ray writer.
The workstation was built for computer-aided design, digital media, entertainment, architects, education and independent professionals. HP says it is thoroughly tested and certified to work with today's leading industry applications.
Kobi Elbaz, director, Client Solutions, HP PSG, EMEA said: "The revolutionary HP Z1 creates a new category of workstations elevating the standard for design, performance, upgradability and serviceability. With its game-changing design and an experience that optimizes visual and computing performance, the HP Z1 will help attract new customers and expand our market leadership."
The new HP Z1 workstation is expected to be available worldwide in April. Pricing starts at USD 2249.