During the conference, Autodesk University, held currently in Las Vegas, HP introduced a compact workstation HP Z2 Mini is designed to work with CAD applications. The novelty has dimensions 216х216х58 mm, can be equipped with a graphics accelerator Nvidia Quadro and, according to the manufacturer, is twice as powerful as any mini PC with similar dimensions.
In the top configuration HP Z2 Mini is equipped with Quad-core processor from Intel Xeon E3-1200v5, a graphics accelerator Nvidia Quadro M620 with two gigabytes of video memory, solid state drive, HP Z Turbo Drive form factor M. 2 with a capacity of 1.5 TB and 32 gigabytes of RAM. It is also possible to install a 2.5-inch hard drive. The power supply is carried out using the external adapter is rated at 135 watts.
As a regular operating system can be used Windows 10 or Linux distribution. On the faces of the mini-PC depending on the configuration available with up to four DisplayPort, two USB 3.1 Type-C, Gigabit network interface and up to four USB 3.0 Type-A.
Sale HP Z2 Mini will begin in December. The cost version with a dual-core processor Core i3 with no graphics card Nvidia Quadro is $700.