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HP Z230 workstation
Photo: Company [Aug 1, 2013]

Building upon HP's Z series of workstations, the new HP Z230 workstation, available in a tower or small form factor (SFF), is built for demanding application workloads.

Designed for heavy workloads, the HP Z230 workstation series delivers next-generation processor and graphics technologies in two redesigned chassis - a compact, yet expandable, tower offering, and a capable small form factor. Both offerings were designed with expandability and scalability in mind.

The HP Z230 small form factor workstation is ideal for environments with limited space, and provides flexibility for businesses and enterprises to upgrade components as needed. High-performance and productivity options for both the Z230 Tower and SFF include the latest Intel Xeon processors and discrete graphics options that support as many as six independent displays, enabling immersive and productive work environments.

The HP Z230 workstations start at US$999 for quad-core configurations, and are expected to be available worldwide in August.

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