by StorageReview Enterprise Lab

HP Z1 G3 All-in-One Workstation Review

The Z1 G3 All-in-One Workstation allows users to tailor functionality (and cost) to their exact needs. Although HP designed the Z1 G3 to serve as a "budget-conscious" workstation (with a 21% reduction in cost compared to its predecessor, the Z1 G2 Workstation), it leverages components that equip professionals with the ability to handle a wide range of demanding tasks. The Z1 G3 Workstation comes standard with an Intel Core i5 CPU (3.2GHz, 6MB cache, 4 cores), an Intel HD Graphics 530 card, a 23.6" UHD/4K display, 4GB DDR4 nECC SDRAM, and a 1TB SATA HDD (7,200 rpm), most of which can be upgraded prior to or following purchase.

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by Lyle Smith

Dell Latitude E7270 & 3460 Mobile Thin Clients Announced

Dell has unveiled the Latitude E7270 and Latitude 3460, two new redesigned mobile thin clients purpose-built for professionals on the go who need their intellectual property and data protected. Dell’s new thin clients give mobile workers secure access to cloud applications and data remotely, indicating that they will both ensure the security, manageability and centralized control provided by a virtual desktop environment.

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by Lyle Smith

HP Z640 Workstation Review

Serving as an upgrade to the Z620, the HP Z640 is designed to give professionals who work with resource-heavy applications an extra boost in their productivity. The Z640 is also targeted to businesses that simply want to equip their employees with a high-performance workstation at a mid-range price. As you can see from its comprehensive set of options listed in the specifications below, the HP Z640 is a highly-customizable workstation that can be used for a wide range of use cases, allowing businesses to create a very specific build to accurately suit their needs. The HP workstation also offers a complete tool-less design that gives administrators easy access for quick component upgrades and maintenance.

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by Adam Armstrong

HP Updates Its Z240 With More Power & Remote Linkup To Macs

Today HP announced that it was taking its popular and affordable Z240 workstation and increasing what’s under the hood. The Z240 has been popular with many small to medium businesses especially those that lean toward design, video production, and architecture. HP states that they are doubling the memory and processing power as well as adding a software receiver to seamlessly link up Apple, Linux and Windows environments.

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by Lyle Smith

HP t310 Quad-Display Zero Client Announced

HP has announced the HP t310 with Quad-Display, the newest addition to their Zero Client portfolio. Featuring high-performance and effective protection against security breaches, the new book-sized HP t310 Quad-Display Zero Client is designed for multitasking across multiple monitors (upwards of four displays simultaneously) without adding additional components and supports. Back in November of last year, HP announced the t730, the world's first thin client with native Quad UHD/4K support.

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by Lyle Smith

HP Announces Updates To Its All-in-one HP Z1 G3 Workstation

HP has announced updates to their new all-in-one HP Z1 G3 Workstation, which boasts the performance normally found only in traditional tower workstations. Now equipped with a smaller, thinner and lighter build, the third generation HP Z1 Workstation is specifically designed for users in demanding applications. 

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by Adam Armstrong

Lenovo Refreshes Its Dual Processor Workstations

The latest release of Intel Xeon Processors is seeing lots of vendors refresh their devices with these new CPUs to get higher core counts and more performance out of them. Not wanting to be left out, Lenovo is also refreshing its dual processor workstations, including the ThinkStation P910 and ThinkStation P710, with the new Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 processors. Lenovo states that the workstations will now run 22% faster than the previous generation.

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by Lyle Smith

Dell Precision 7510 Mobile Workstation Review

The Dell Precision 15 7510, just like the tower form-factor Precision Tower 7810 we reviewed last year, is a performance-driven workstation that is equipped with some serious processing capabilities. It leverages 6th Generation Intel Core i5 and i7, and the industry’s first ever mobile Intel Xeon processor, giving users options for virtually any power requirements they need. If you couple this with its maximum of 64GB of DDR4-2133MHz RAM, this mobile workstation packs quite the performance punch.

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by Lyle Smith

HP Refreshes HP Z Workstations & Announces Z Turbo Drive G2 1TB PCIe SSD

HP has announced an upgrade to three products from its line of HP Z Workstations, focusing on blending increased system expandability, higher-speed memory and multicore updates to power the most demanding workflows. HP Z Workstations specifically built to handle the constraints of compute-intensive industries, such as media and entertainment, graphic design, CAD, architecture, photography, manufacturing, finance, healthcare, scientific imaging, and oil and gas exploration. HP has also announced the HP Z Turbo Drive G2 1TB PCIe SSD, which is touted as their fastest Z Turbo Drive solution to date.

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by Adam Armstrong

HP Announces Broadest Portfolio of Shipping Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Thin Clients

Today HP Inc. announced that they now have the broadest portfolio of shipping Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Thin Clients for desktop, mobile and tablets. HP’s portfolio includes the HP t520, t620, t620 PLUS, t730mt42, and both ElitePad 1000 G2 thin client tablets.

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