HP today introduced its first mini workstation ‘HP Z2 Mini Workstation’ in India designed for users in Computer Aided Design (CAD) and other compute-intensive industries. HP Z2 Mini Workstation will be available in India January 25th onwards at a starting price of INR 72,000/-.
Ketan Patel, Senior Director – Personal Systems Business, HP Inc. India, said, “Today designers want sleek, innovative and powerful workstations that enable new experiences. Designed for the workspace of the future, HP Z2 Mini Workstation is remarkably versatile and it showcases next level power by offering twice the power of a business-class mini PC, a key for designers. It is the result of HP engineers and designers reinventing the concept of a workstation by rethinking its shape, size and look while adding functionality to enable new use case.”
Shorter than a cup of espresso, the new HP Z2 Mini Workstation is capable of designing anything from state-of-the-art electronics to home and office buildings. The workstation, running Windows 10 Pro or Linux, comes equipped with next generation Intel Xeon processors, NVIDIA professional graphics and the availability of HP Z Turbo Drive for handling large files.
Jeff Wood, Vice President and General Manager, Workstations and Thin Clients, HP Inc., said, “The HP Z2 Mini, the world’s first mini workstation, delivers breakthrough power and versatility in a small, iconic design. HP redefined the workstation in 2009 with the introduction of the HP Z series, and now once again is disrupting the category with the new HP Z2 Mini Workstation – the ultimate combination of space efficiency, elegance and power for our customers and partners.”
The ultra-compact workstation provides users with numerous versatility options: on/under the desk, behind an HP Z display, or on a wall. HP engineers created custom designed fans and a cooling system for whisper-quiet acoustics (63 percent quieter than an HP business-class mini PC) for workstation customers that need mission-critical reliability. The HP Z2 Mini design and engineering ingenuity will transform the way people think about workstations and workspaces.
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