HP’s ZBook line of mobile workstations are already some of the company’s most powerful laptops. Now the company is adding support for faster processors and graphics.
Zbook laptops are now available with up to an 8th-gen Intel Core i9 hexa-core processor and NVIDIA Quadro P2000 graphics.
The new models also feature RAID 1 storage, allowing you to have two solid state drives with the same data mirrored on both so that you won’t lose any data if one drive fails.
The HP ZBook Studio is a 4.4 pound laptop with a 15.6 inch display and the ZBook Studio x360 is a convertible model with a touchscreen display, a 360 degree hinge and a slightly thicker and support for a Wacom AES pen with 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity.
The convertible model is a little thicker and heavier — it weighs 4.9 pounds and measures 0.8 inches thick instead of 0.74 inches. But it’s also more versatile for folks that want a mobile workstation with pen input and support for use in tablet, tent, or stand modes.
Both models feature support for up to a 4K display and up to 32GB of RAM.
HP is also updating its ZBook 15 and ZBook 17 laptops with support for up to a Core i9 processor and up to 128GB of RAM.
All of the notebooks are already available, with prices staring at:
- $1349 for the ZBook Studio, ZBook 15, and Zbook 17
- $1499 for the HP ZBook Studio x360