HP Z2 Mini: introduced compact workstation with graphics accelerator Nvidia Quadro

HP Z2 Mini: introduced compact workstation with graphics accelerator Nvidia Quadro

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.

HP Z2 Mini: Specifications

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.

HP Z2 Mini: introduced compact workstation with graphics accelerator Nvidia Quadro

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.

HP Z2 Mini: Price and release date

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.

Source: tomshardware

HP Z2 Mini: introduced compact workstation with graphics accelerator Nvidia Quadro was last modified: November 15th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby