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HP ZBook

ZBook series
Developer Hewlett-Packard Company
Type Mobile workstation
Release date September 10, 2013 (2013-09-10)

HP ZBook is a brand of mobile workstations made by Hewlett-Packard. Introduced in September 2013,[1][2] it is a successor to HP's previous mobile workstations in the HP EliteBook series.

Contents

  • Features 1
  • Current models 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Features

The HP ZBook workstations feature Nvidia Quadro and AMD FirePro ISV-certified graphics cards and Thunderbolt connectivity. Display options include a touch-sensitive screen on the ZBook 14 and an HP DreamColor IPS panel on the ZBook 17. Additionally, a 3200×1800 resolution option has been announced for the ZBook 15.[2][3]

Current models

The ZBook family currently comprises the following models:

  • ZBook 14: 14.0" workstation Ultrabook
  • ZBook 15 and ZBook 15 G2: 15.6" workstations
  • ZBook 17 and ZBook 17 G2: 17.3" workstations

All models feature Intel Haswell dual- and quad-core processors, AMD and Nvidia professional graphics and up to 32 GB of RAM, except for the ZBook 14, which is limited to 16GB of RAM.

The ZBook 15 G2 and ZBook 17 G2 models were announced in September 2014 and include new Intel processors, AMD and Nvidia graphics, and Thunderbolt 2 connectivity.[4]

References

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External links

  • HP Mobile Workstations


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