HP Unveils World’s Most Powerful Detachable Workstation

by October 20, 2017

 

HP has uncovered world’s most powerful detachable PC that delivers crazy raw power without compromising on portability. Targeted at the creators, this new offering is a powerful workstation takes on Microsoft’s Surface line-up.

The HP ZBook X2 is powered by Intel’s 8th generation quad-core i7 processor clocked at 4.2 GHz. Users get to opt for up to 32 GB RAM configuration. The beast is also equipped with Nvidia Quadro M620 graphics card. You can max out storage at 2 TB SSD. To keep this monster run silent, HP uses dual-fan active cooling system is designed to dissipate heat from the powerful graphics card and processor.

The HP ZBook X2 operates in four modes: laptop, detached, docked, and tablet. In detached mode, users can create on the tablet with pressure sensitive stylus. In docked mode, the HP ZBook X2 can power two additional 4K displays or five total displays. In tablet mode, it maintains full graphics performance to play or edit 4K videos in Adobe Premiere Pro.

HP’s stylus is based on Wacom EMR technology. It offers 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity with multi-directional tilt capabilities and includes a dedicated eraser.

The HP Zbook X2 features a metal body. It is slightly thicker than 2 cm and weighs only around 1.6 kg. It features a 14-inch diagonal 4K multi-touch display. Professionals can opt for a 10-bit, HP DreamColor display calibrated to 100 percent of Adobe RGB. This detachable PC has up to 10 hours of battery life13 for maximum productivity and ultra-fast recharge (50 percent in just 30 minutes). It comes with 3 Thunderbolt ports, one HDMI, USB 3.0, and SD card slot.

The HP ZBook X2 run Microsoft Windows Pro. It uses fingerprint sensor for secure login. It is scheduled for availability in December starting at $1,749 (approx. 114,000).