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The HP Z1… First 27″ All-In-One Workstation

15 Feb, 2012 by in TECH
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HP has delivered up the new HP Z1 line, a beefy new all-in-one workstation with 27 inches of IPS display catered toward the 3D and graphics professional. The slightly chunky (yet low profile) computer looks much like a thick monitor, sports a 2560 x 1440, IPS display, Xeon (i3 or E3) processor and options for NVIDIA GPUs, Quadro 500M on the Entry level rigs up to the Q4000M on the high end. It starts at $1899 and will be available to rock your desktop early April.

HP Z1 All-in-One Workstation

The workstation display folds down, has an easy to open back to reach all those CAD crankin’ components and comes with 5 internal USB ports, 2 side usb ports and 4 at the rear. You also get a DVD (or Blu-ray) drive on the side, an integrated 1080p webcam and the options to tie in a secondary display if 27 inches is too little for you. You can get all the dets on the HP Z1 here.

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About Josh Mings

Josh is co-founder of EvD Media. He engineers and designs, is the Marketing Manager for Luxion, is a CSWP certified for SolidWorks training and support and excels at falling awkwardly. He is editor of SolidSmack.com and co-host of EngineerVsDesigner.com, a weekly podcast about design, engineering and what makes it all happen.

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  • Dave Moore

    I like the look of all-in-one computers, but they don’t make sense. The lifespan of a monitor is much longer than the computing hardware which gets replaced every 3-5 years.

  • Jon

     Just wished it had dual-sockets so I could have two distinct processors – then you got a very good rendering machine! I’d sure go for it, every 3 years I get a new rig anyways… new technologies, processors etc… necessitate it in my case.

    Jon
    Founder of WoodMarvels.com

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  • Art Rozenbaum

     well, i guess this thing can be used as a monitor as well once the computer inside of it becomes obsolete beyond the possibility of upgrade.