HP has unveiled new portfolio of mobile workstations, which are suitable for engineering, power-computing and content-creation customers who need the performance of a workstation with the portability and convenience of a notebook.
Building on HP’s FORGE 8221 design framework, the EliteBook w-series features radial-brushed gunmetal finish, backlit jewel logo and orange-colored accents.
The HP EliteBook 8760w offers a 17.3-inch diagonal, HD screen, a choice of high-performing AMD FirePro or NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics and up to 4GB of video memory, said the company.
The HP EliteBook 8560w features a15.6-inch diagonal HD display and supports AMD FirePro graphics for 1GB of video memory or NVIDIA Quadro graphics for 2GB of video memory.
The HP’s smallest and lightest mobile workstation, the EliteBook 8460w, starts at 4.9 pounds and includes a 14.0-inch diagonal HD panel, in addition to an AMD FirePro 1GB video memory professional graphics card.
All the three products feature second-generation Intel Core i7 and i5 dual- and quad-core processors, offer premium performance and responsiveness with vPro compatibility,and support up to 32GB of RAM.
The company said that its EliteBook mobile workstations offer a variety of storage capacity options, including SMART SATA, Self Encrypting or Solid State Drives (SSDs), with up to RAID 5 capability; and are equipped with a variety of ports, including USB 3.0, eSATA and USB 2.0 charging ports.
HP Mobile Workstations and Notebook Business Unit director Efrain Rovira said as the fastest growing segment of the workstation market, mobile workstations continue to provide value to their most demanding design, animation and engineering customers.
Rovira said, "The new EliteBook mobile workstations announced today combine innovative design with trusted, workstation-class technology to fuel creativity."
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