HP on Monday introduced improved versions of the ZBook mobile workstations it launched earlier this year. The new “Boosted” flavours of HP ZBook Studio, HP ZBook Studio x360, HP ZBook 15a, and HP ZBook 17 feature up to six-core Core i9 or Xeon processors, NVIDIA Quadro P2000/P5200 graphics adapters, RAID storage, and up to 128 GB of DRAM. “Boosted” versions of HP’s 2018 ZBooks are not entirely new products; they are the virtually the same laptops introduced earlier this year with select performance improvements and “maximum” configurations (e.g., they feature 32 to 128 GB of RAM installed across all DIMM slots). Despite the fact that a key feature of Intel’s Core i9-8950HK processors for notebooks is unlocked multiplier and overclockability, neither of “Boosted” ZBooks support...
HP Spring 2018 Range: ZBook, ZBook, ZBook
To match the launch of Intel's 8th Generation Core launches this week for mobile, HP is the next partner making some noise with new launches. Almost every cylinder from...27 by Anton Shilov & Joe Shields on 4/5/2018