HP expanded its industry leading Z Workstation and Display portfolio with new technology advancements designed to help artists, creatives and developers more quickly and efficiently bring designs and products to life.
HP today introduced the HP Z Turbo Drive G2 PCIe SSD, a super-charged storage solution featuring the world’s first PC/workstation PCIe NVMe SSDs to process large data sets ultra-fast. The HP Z Turbo Drive G2 powered by Samsung NVMe technology, delivers four times traditional SATA SSD performance at a cost that’s remarkably similar. This technology will be especially beneficial to those working in industries such as finance, healthcare, education, government, geospatial and product development.
Additionally, HP announced the HP Omen Pro, a stylish and light, full-performance mobile workstation. Users can take advantage of the performance and power expected from an HP Mobile Workstation, including the latest Intel processors, Windows 7, HP Z Turbo Drive, professional graphics cards, and more.
The result of unprecedented technology collaboration with DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. and other leading studios, the HP DreamColor Display has become the gold standard for professionals. Recently, HP DreamColor Displays were recognized by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences with a Scientific and Engineering Academy Award for the impact it’s made in film, providing affordable, consistent and stable color throughout the film production process. Now, adding to the award-winning display family, HP introduced the HP Z32x DreamColor Display, a color-accurate 31.5-inch diagonal, 4K, 8-million pixel display. HP’s largest DreamColor Display delivers exceptional color precision and consistency straight out of the box on a wide 10-bit color spectrum.
Finally, HP announced five HP Ultra-Narrow Bezel Displays Z27n, Z25n, Z24n, Z24nf and Z24nq Displays, ultra high-definition panels that are factory color-calibrated and provide flexible connectivity for a seamless multi-display setup.