HP announced its all new Z2 Mini workstation for India with sales to initiate from January 25th. The workstation is priced at Rs. 72,000 specifically designed to assist CAD users and other compute-intensive industries. The mini workstation has a form factor of PC, delivering power-packed features to the users. The said device is only 2.3-inches high alongside weighing just 2.04 kg.
Commenting on the design, Ketan Patel, Senior Director, HP Inc India said,
Today designers want sleek, innovative and powerful workstations that enable new experiences. Designed for the work-space of the future, HP Z2 Mini Workstation is remarkably versatile and it showcases next level power by offering twice the power of a business-class mini PC, a key for designers.
The workstation has an ability to support six displays and runs over Windows 10 Pro or Linux. It also offers a wide range of CPU choices, ranging from Intel i3 6100 to an i7 6700 and Xeon E3-1245 v5.
To strengthen its Graphics-end, the workstation supports both Intel’s HD Graphics 530 or HD Graphics PS30 as well as the Nvidia Quadro M620. The device is further equipped with HP Z Turbo Drive in hand with 32GB of RAM at 2133MHz, a 500GB or 1TB HDD or 256GB PCIe-based SSD modules.
Jeff Wood, VP and General Manager for workstations, HP Inc. further added,
The HP Z2 Mini, the world’s first mini workstation, delivers breakthrough power and versatility in a small, iconic design,HP redefined the workstation in 2009 with the introduction of the HP Z series, and now once again is disrupting the category with the new HP Z2 Mini Workstation – the ultimate combination of space efficiency, elegance and power for our customers and partners.
Moreover, the workstation also sports a cooling system for whisper-quiet acoustics which will, hence, lead to a 63% decrease in noise. Apart from an option to choose the CPU, HP also dispenses a spare M.2 slot, 2 USB 3.0 ports on the side, and on the back, two USB 3.0 ports and 2 USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type C ports variable to the configuration. All this amazing computing power for Rs. 72,000. Isn’t it a neat deal?