HP is celebrating fall with a number of announcements to its Z product line.
At the desktop workstation level, HP has extended its Z2 offerings with the Z2 Tower G5, the company’s most powerful entry workstation, which comes with up to an Nvidia RTX 6000 and up to a 10-core Intel Xeon. In addition, the Z2 Small Form Factor G5 also offers up to a 10-core Intel Xeon, up to an Nvidia Quadro RTX 3000. It is easily customizable with a number of I/O options. Both of these tower workstations will be available September 28.
Additionally, HP is offering the Z2 Mini G5 workstation, offering big things in its small size. The Mini is available with up to 10-core Intel Xeon or Intel Core processors. It can drive up to six displays: four native and two daisychained. Tuned to handle 3D work, the machine is quite versatile. With the HP ZCentral solution, users can maximize density with support for seven Minis in 5U for a total of 56 HP Minis in a standard 42U rack. The Mini is available now.
In the mobile arena, HP has introduced the ZBook Power G7, with support for up to an Nvidia Quadro 2000 GPU, Intel Xeon or Core i9, up to 64GBs of RAM, and a maximum of dual 2TB M.2 SSDs, all in a lightweight but durable package. The ZBook Power G7 is expected to be available October 5.
Meanwhile, the HP ZBook Fury G7 line includes a 15-inch and 17-inch offering with an Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 or 5000, desktop-level storage and memory slots for up to 128GB of RAM and capacity for a 10TB hard drive. Both the Fury 15 and 17 G7 mobile computers are to roll out September 14.
Lastly, the HP ZCentral R4 Workstation is a powerful 1U rack-mount system offering up to an Nvidia Quadro RTX 8000 and up to an 18-core Intel Xeon W series processor. Availability is expected on October 19.