The HP Z800

Posted by Kathleen Maher on June 25th 2009 | Permalink
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Kathleen Maher

ERRATUM: The Z800 does not support hot swap disks. This capability requires a server OS. We are unable to support this on our client OS architecture. When we wrote about the Parallels Workstation Extreme software (Workstation graphics difficulties fixed, p.13, Volume 9, Number 9, April 27, 2009) we were anxious to see it in

Lenovo’s ThinkStation P900 - The most powerful deskside machine we’ve ever tested

Posted by Alex Herrera on March 10th 2015 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review,
Tags: workstation lenovo thinkstation p900

Alex Herrera

Let’s make this clear right off the bat. This workstation, especially the way it’s configured, is not for everyone. That’s not to say the majority of professionals wouldn’t want one, it’s just that it’s price tag would scare

Boxx Apexx 4 Performance Edition workstation

Posted by Alex Herrera on June 8th 2015 | Permalink
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Alex Herrera

Journeyman powerhouse workstation Boxx may not be a Tier 1 workstation supplier by a measure of unit volume, but Boxx certainly qualifies as top-tier when it comes to the performance and quality of its workstation products. Boxx is a supplier of workstation-class products to professional markets. It's developed a loyal

Eurocom’s P5 workstation/server laptop

Posted by Robert Dow on June 10th 2015 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review,
Tags: nvidia workstation hp quadro dell laptop eurocom

Robert Dow

An all-in-one device that could even be used for gaming Earlier this year Eurocom launched the P5 Pro line. This 15.3 desktop replacement is quite a versatile platform, Eurocom offers the laptop as a gaming laptop which is equipped with a Core i7 and GTX 980M GPU, a Mobile Workstation which

Lenovo 17-inch mobile workstation

Posted by Alex Herrera on March 16th 2016 | Permalink
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Tags: intel workstation lenovo laptop xeon laptops skylake

Alex Herrera

Lenovo’s 17-inch ThinkPad mobile workstation is back, and it will have a bigger impact on the number-three workstation suppliers’ business than you might think. A few years back, Lenovo discontinued marketing a 17-inch model, and on the surface, the reason would seem perfectly sensible. Its 17-inch models

HP’s ZBook Studio G3

Posted by Alex Herrera on June 13th 2016 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review,
Tags: intel workstation hp

Alex Herrera

As 2015 came to a close, HP Inc. was busy following on the heels of Intel’s Skylake launch with a broad product refresh of its own, both upgrading and expanding on its line of ZBook mobile workstations. When it did, the company made it clear where it was focusing

Nvidia overhauls Quadro product line with Pascal GPUs

Posted by Alex Herrera on February 24th 2017 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review,
Tags: workstation quadro p4000 p400 p1000 p600 p2000 nvida pascal

Alex Herrera

At the Solidworks World conference in February, Nvidia released its second round of Pascal-generation Quadro add-in card GPUs for professional-caliber workstation applications, adding to the first round of late 2016. Often, a second round is followed by a third and fourth, before the entire portfolio has been upgraded to the latest

HP’s Z2 Mini is a tiny power house of a workstation

Posted by Alex Herrera on March 20th 2017 | Discuss (0)
Categories: Hardware Review,
Tags: workstation hp boxx boxx apexx1 hp z2 mini

Alex Herrera

With its capable, ridiculously small workstation, HP looks to cast a wider net on visual computing professionals Describing an industry as mature tends to connote visions of conservative businesses that follow established design formulas and serve equally established markets, with adequate but uninspired products. Though it would qualify as mature