Friday, 30 April 2010

HP Z200 Entry-Level Workstation Announced at CES 2010 Z200 Workstation to Run on Core i3, Core i5 Dual-core & Quad-core Xeon 3400

Right after showing off their new Windows 7 setup that include the new
Pavilion Elite HPE desktop PC and the multitouch-capable L2105tm LCD
monitor, HP have just added to their workstation lineup with the new HP
Z200. Although an entry-level workstation that resembles with the
company's more expensive versions (Z400, Z600 and Z800), the new HP Z200
allows customization with your choice of Intel Core i3, Core i5
dual-core and quad-core Xeon 3400 processors.
Under the hood, the HP Z200 workstation features up to three 3.5-inch
7,200 rpm SATA drives (max 4.5TB) or optional 64GB SSDs, 4 DIMM slots
for up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM, your choice of DVD or Blu-Ray burners, a
320Watt power supply that promises to be 89% more energy efficient, four
PCI Express slots and 11 USB ports (2 in front, 6 in the back and 3
internally), a 22-in-1 media card reader, audio in/out, one DVI-D dual
link and a DisplayPort with optional PCI card.
Entry-level models of the Z200 (Core i3 and i5) boast an integrated GPU,
while other models allows for a more professional approach with both ATI
and NVIDIA options ranging from the Quadro NVS 295 (256MB) that delivers
astounding 2D graphics, to the ATI FirePro V3700 or the Quadro FX 580
for an entry-3D experience, topping with the Quadro FX 1800 (768MB) or
the FirePro V5700 (512 MB) for mid-range 3D.
The HP Z200 workstation begins selling next month and should be priced
North of $769.
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