HP Introduces All-in-One Workstations with Custom NVIDIA Graphics
The 2560×1440 LED-backlit IPS display snaps open to allow users to upgrade the system. No tools at all are required to swap out the power supply, graphics card, hard drives, cooling fan, or RAM.
As usual for an HP workstation, the systems are highly configurable. Users can choose between Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit) and Linux, and the system supports up to 32 GB of RAM. Storage options include 7200-rpm or 10K SATA drives as well as SATA SSDs, plus DVD +/- RW or a Blu-ray writer. The system supports USB 3.0 on two ports, and can handle a single external display.
The Z1 workstations are slated to be available in April, starting at $1899. From there, obviously, the sky's the limit.
For more information: www.hp.com.