HP presents new laptop desktops servers telework line IFA 2020 - HP has just announced all its latest developments at the end of 2020 at IFA, Europe's largest consumer electronics fair.

Although the portfolio of the American company is really extensive, the devices presented during this event are very focused entirely on telework and the business world, among which are a new line of laptops, desktops, as well as several servers.

New ZBook series

The new ZBook range consists of three laptops: the ZBook Fury 15 G7, the ZBook Fury 17 G7 and the ZBook Power G7. As you could imagine, the numbers 15 and 17 correspond to the inches of the screen of each of the versions, although the specifications are not the same.

Although the different configurations that will mount this new range of laptops are still unknown, the processors that will carry these devices will vary between the Intel Xenon and the i9 with up to 64 GB of RAM memory accompanied by an SSD hard drive up to 2 TB.

The graphics card that will have the ZBook Fury 15 G7 will be the Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000, which will be more than enough for the vast majority of processes.

The common denominator in the Fury 17 and ZBook Power models will be found on the graphics card. HP would bet on an Nvidia Quadro T2000, a graphics designed to move 3D figures without any problem.

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As you can see, they are very powerful teams and focused on a really demanding audience, especially companies.

The ZBook Fury G7 will be available from September 14.

Z2 fixed equipment

The Z2s are desktop computers. HP has not neglected the hardware in any of its presented devices, but all have very solvent specifications and a high level. This time, the Z2 saga is composed of three computers: the Z2 Mini, Z2 Small Form Factor and Z2 Tower.

The first two feature a 10th generation Intel processor and an Nvidia Quatro RTX 3000 graphics card. Its main difference is that the Z2 Mini is a compact equipment that can not be changed components. Instead, the Z2 Small Form Tower can be changed.

Another aspect that HP has placed more emphasis on is the efficiency of these new equipment. The Z2 Mini has a 125 W power supply, while the Z2 Small Form Factor is 450 W.

The Z2 Tower is a tower that is focused on virtual reality. Therefore, it integrates a 10th generation Intel Xeon processor and an Nvidia Quadro RTX 6000 graphics card. In addition, because it is a tower, it is much easier to change and update components.

The Z2 mini will be available from September 1st, while the Z2 Small Form Tower and the Z2 Tower will have to wait until September 28th.

Central Z servers

Although there is little difference between a server and a computer, beyond that it owns various hard drives and is designed to access them remotely, HP has introduced the Z central and Z central 4R.

They correspond to large servers that are focused on multinationals or companies that need a large computational capacity. They are a tool for all your workers to work without even means remotely. Thus, all processes are run by this server that integrates Ubuntu (Linux) as operating system.

The processor it incorporates is an Intel Xeon of up to 18 cores. The graphics card it is compatible with is the Nvidia Quadro RTX 8000. As you can imagine, it is possible to expand the hardware, so there will be no problem if it falls short in the future, although I advance you that is difficult.

The Z central servers are now available, while the Z Central 4R will arrive on October 19th.

At the moment the prices of all these products are unknown, but the company has assured that they will have a "very competitive" cost.

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