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Old 15-02-2012, 02:40 AM   #1
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[News] HP Introduces World's First 27-inch All-In-One Workstation

HP today unveiled the world's first all-in-one workstation with best-in-class graphics and processor. What's more, it's designed to allow users to easily upgrade its highly modular components without the need for any complex tools or procedure.



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Old 15-02-2012, 06:02 AM   #2
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Here's something that would interest Trichard.
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Old 15-02-2012, 07:28 AM   #3
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Going to be best in class in price as well as i take it can only use HP compliant parts apart from the usual peripherals. Really hoping it is as hyped up as it claims to be when upgrading processor.
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Not really target at consumer level if you ask me...
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Not really target at consumer level if you ask me...
My guess is since they see that Apple can sell at that price and people still buying, what the heck.

Does the specs say if it has 2 hdd bay for Mirror Raid purposes?
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Top open chassis, certainly makes more sense ergonomically than side opening...

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It's called "workstation" for a reason lah.

None of us 'normal' folks would be buying it since it's not in our price category, nor can we upgrade like a true DIY PC


Not really target at consumer level if you ask me...
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Like a briefcase

Top open chassis, certainly makes more sense ergonomically than side opening...
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on that is the processor removable or soldered on but more importantly which ips panel it is using?
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[News] HP Introduces World's First 27-inch All-In-One Workstation

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Plenty of hands-on photos of the internals, direct from USA:-
Hands-on: HP Z1 Workstation Teardown - HardwareZone.com
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Thumbs up, great design but similar to an Apple Imac. However if you want a Windows and workstation component, here you go.

Ps... any details about the screen? color correction?
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