- Each HP workstation passes through HP’s legendary quality assurance and testing process, which goes well beyond regulatory and industry standards. As an example, HP’s rigorous three-axis temperature/frequency/voltage testing helps allow for reliable long-term operation for critical components.
- As a result of HP’s acoustics engineering, many customers report they cannot tell by listening if the workstation is even running.
Pricing and availability
The new HP Z210 Workstations are expected to be available this spring. U.S. pricing starts at $659 for the HP Z210 CMT Workstation and $569 for the HP Z210 SFF Workstation.(4)
More information is available at www.hp.com/personalagain.
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|(1)||Source: Worldwide Workstation Tracker, Q4 2010, IDC.|
|(2)||Based on benchmark testing done in HP Labs with workstation market applications the SPECapc benchmarks for Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 2.0, SolidWorks 2007, 3ds Max V9, Maya 2009 and LightWave as well as the Cadalyst C2010 v5.3 Benchmark Test comparing an HP Z200 Workstation with an Intel Core i5-680/Intel Xeon X3480 processor to an HP Z210 Workstation with an Intel Core i7-2600/Intel Xeon E3-1280 processor. All other system configurations were selected to be as equal as possible.|
Intel’s numbering is not a measurement of higher performance.
|(4)||Estimated U.S. street prices. Actual prices may vary.|
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