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HP Updates Z1 all-in-one Workstation
The HP Z1 G3 is expected to be available in May starting at $1498. You will be able to find it here on Videoguys. We've recently reconfigured our HP Z Workstations, outfitted with top-notch features for a variety of budgets!
NAB 2016: HP UPDATES ITS Z1 ALL-IN-ONE WORKSTATION TO THIRD-GENProvideo Coalition by Allan Tépper At NAB 2016, HP announced a bold evolution and a series of updates to the world’s first workstation all-in-one –the new HP Z1 G3 Workstation -combining the simplicity of an all-in-one design with performance typically found in traditional tower workstations. Built for demanding users, the third generation HP Z1 Workstation is smaller, thinner and lighter delivering screaming performance at a great value. 47 percent smaller, 51 percent lighter and 21 percent less expensive than the previous generation. 23.6 inch diagonal matte (anti-glare) UHD 4K display for the outstanding visual clarity when working on graphic intensive projects. Intel Xeon processor options for powerful workstation-class processing technology for the most demanding applications. HP also detailed its new receiver software for Apple Mac OS X. Using HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS),2 the receiver is designed to give Mac users access to their high-end HP Z Workstations. HP RGS allows engineers, animators and scientists to securely use the performance, files and applications on their HPWorkstation, even when they are away from that workstation.
“We took our groundbreaking, and most innovative workstation-the original Z1-and reinvented it by listening to our customers to create a new smaller, lighter and lower cost model,” said Jeff Wood, vice president and general manager, Workstations and Thin Clients, HP Inc. “The new Z1 will introduce more new customers to workstation power and of reliability, while HP RGS with a Mac Receiver will open doors to more Apple customers wanting to integrate our powerful Z Workstations.”...Continue reading on ProVideoCoalition
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