ZBook

In addition to launching “Boosted” versions of its ZBook notebooks, HP has also introduced its Z Club device-as-a-service (DaaS) program. Under the terms of the program, select HP customers will be able to lend certain hardware bundles at a fixed monthly payment, and get a special Z Concierge service. The Z Club will be initially available only to select HP customers, if the company finds it successful enough, it may expand it in the future. The Z Club DaaS program is aimed at creative professionals, such as artists, graphics designers, photographers, and video editors. For each group HP will offer a special hardware bundle. Furthermore, it will offer a choice of components and accessories that users may install themselves and find out how certain hardware...

HP Boosts ZBooks with Core i9, Quadro P2000/P5200, & Up to 128 GB DRAM

HP on Monday introduced improved versions of the ZBook mobile workstations it launched earlier this year. The new “Boosted” flavours of HP ZBook Studio, HP ZBook Studio x360, HP...

7 by Anton Shilov on 10/15/2018

HP Spring 2018 Range: ZBook, ZBook, ZBook

To match the launch of Intel's 8th Generation Core launches this week for mobile, HP is the next partner making some noise with new launches. Almost every cylinder from...

27 by Anton Shilov & Joe Shields on 4/5/2018

HP Announces Updated Elitebook 800 G5 series and ZBook 14U/15U Laptops

HP has announced today updates to its Elitebook and Zbook lines, with an aim to 'bring premium experiences and features to the mainstream'. Ultimately, it comes down to a...

10 by Joe Shields on 2/7/2018

HP ZBook 14 Review: Mobile Workstation Meets Ultrabook

What do you get when you cross an Ultrabook with enterprise features including an optional professional OpenGL GPU? This is apparently the question HP's engineers were asking, and the...

66 by Jarred Walton on 6/20/2014

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