2010

HP Z200

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Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA, has introduced the HP Z200 workstation computer for engineers and designers using CAD software. Also introduced are two monitors: the HP ZR22w and HP ZR24w Performance Displays. The HP Z200 offers dual-core processor options based on the next-generation Intel® processors, as well as quad-core processor options based on the enterprise-class Intel Xeon® 3400 series. The workstation is designed with a convertible mini-tower, tool-less chassis, and FireWire® and USB ports located on the front of the system. It includes an 89% efficient power supply, and offers the WattSaver feature, which uses less than one watt when the workstation is in powered-down mode. The displays feature a brushed aluminum industrial design, and incorporate in-plane switching panel technology. They are available in 21.5" and 24" diagonal sizes. The displays also deliver 16.7 million colors and up to 97% coverage of the sRGB gamut, the standard color space for engineering applications. They feature an eight-way stand for adjustment of height, tilt, swivel, and pivot.

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