I love how AJ Christon of HP is able to take you through their whole Z Book Mobile lineup at Nabshow. There’s some really cool tech in here. Check out the video below for a great breakdown…
I had the opportunity to see what HP is bringing to market in the realm of Virtual Reality at the Technicolor Experience Center in LA. Some of the highlights were the new HP Z Backpack as well as various workstations VR Ready, VR Desktop, and something they call Project Mars.
Today Hp announced a whole new workstation in the most compact form yet..! It’s being called the first mini workstation designed for users of apps
The HP Z240 has long been a workhorse for power-hungry small and medium businesses, such as design companies, video production studios and architecture firms. But today it gets even more powerful with a double-digit boost to its processing power, memory and the addition of a software receiver to seamlessly link up Apple, Linux and Windows environments.
So here I am in Las Vegas for NABShow. So much going on it’s hard to soak it all in. Last night I attended an HP and Nvidia Sponsored event for VR with The Foundry. Wow VR is coming and it’s going to be pretty amazing. Within the past couple of weeks HP has made some announcements. You can check out my post on the new HP VR Workstations. Give it a read to learn more.
Today HP announces VR Ready Workstations. One of the key components in the system is the partnership with Nvidia who has made a leap in performance on their Quadro line with the M6000 24GB GPU. VR requires a lot of horsepower and to keep up with VR a very powerful GPU is required.
Today Hp increases expandability Contentwith upgrades to the Z Workstation line of Products including the HP Z840, Z640, and the Z440 with newer faster memory,
Hello world..! Happy to be back in busy New York City again for the HP Global Launch this week. I attended back in 2013 which was my first time in New York City.
Here we are again. HP is back with a brand new line of Z Workstations and Z Book Mobiles. I keep seeing more and more amazing products from HP. Just this past month I was up for Siggraph and sat down with some of the great people behind the HP Z products. All I can say is wow.
With the extensive line of HP Z products one that might go overlooked is their Z Turbo Drive. Think a ioFusion card but in a small form factor and at a lower buy in price.