HP Breaks New Ground with First 27-inch All-in-One Workstation

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alex_dh9

C'mon wheres the usb 3.0

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thetechchild

wtf? They offer fairly good specs and a new, innovative design at a decent price. Then, they choose to put all that under an i3 proc (or what seems to be equivalent Xeon CPUs). That's just a nonsensical decision, IMO. When Ivy Bridge is out, the last-last-gen i3 won't cut it at that price, and considering the Z1 is launching in April, it'll already be obsolete by the time it's in stores.

Other than the CPU, as I said, the Z1 has decent specs and a very appealing form factor and design (access for upgrades, replacements), and with a screen as big as 27", screen real estate is definitely not an issue (hopefully, the screen supports a higher resolution than 1080p).

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big_montana

It's a 2560 x 1440, IPS display

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Hey.That_Dude

Both cool... and not. Good for tablet programing and testing... crap for everything else.

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AETAaAS

*shiver* There is something quite odd but oh so right about a computer which has a hydraulic arm to allow you access... I wish there were barebone systems like this for enthusiasts to build, most of the time you are stuck with integrated graphics or an Atom proc.

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TsunamiZ

all those fans in your face could be noisy when under heavy load

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