As well as unveiling their new Professional Edition Windows Mixed Reality headset this week, Hewlett-Packard has also unveiled their new Z4 Workstation, specifically designed to provide enough performance for creating virtual reality applications and experiences, engineering, simulation, rendering and more. The Z4 is equipped with multiple CPU cores thanks to the inclusion of the Intel Xeon W processors and dual high-powered graphics cards and comes pre-installed running Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Professional operating system.
HP is offering Z4 Workstation that can be configured with the Intel Core X processors available with up to 18 cores and up to two extreme graphics GPUs if required. Xavier Garcia, vice president and general manager, Z Workstations, HP Inc. explains more about the new high-powered system. “The revamped Z4 workstation, along with our latest HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset and new customer-friendly VR solutions and services, will transform the way products across industries are developed. Over the past year, HP has launched the world’s most powerful workstation, the most powerful detachable PC and the first-ever professional VR backpack. Today’s news reflects our focus on continuously raising the bar with a portfolio of workstations and VR capabilities that will enable amazing new experiences and define the future of computing.”
HP Z4 Workstation is available now starting at $1,499 offering a choice of Intel Xeon or CoreTM X processors, as well as support for dual extreme graphics cards. For more information and full specifications and ordering options jump over to the official Hewlett-Packard website by following the link below.
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