HP this week upgraded its miniature Z2 Mini workstation with the latest Intel’s Core and Xeon E processors with up to six cores as well as professional-grade graphics cards from AMD or NVIDIA. The HP Z2 Mini G4 machines sustained a very compact form-factor of the previous-gen Z2 Mini systems, but significantly improved performance over the models launched more than 1.5 years ago. The fourth-generation HP Z2 Mini workstations come in a black chassis made of a metal alloy and featuring a some plastic parts. The box measures 216×216×58 mm (8.5×8.5×2.28 inches), which is larger than consumer-grade Intel’s NUCs (and their derivatives from other brands), but is smaller than typical gaming systems with discrete GPUs. Miniature size is of course the main selling point...
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