HP today announced new generations of its Elite and Pro commercial desktop PCs, Z Workstation desktop PCs, and Presence All-In-One (AIO) conferencing PC.
“Two years into the pandemic, and hybrid work continues to evolve,” HP Global Head of Commercial Systems and Display Solutions Andy Rhodes says. “With some people working at home and others returning to the office, dedicated desk users want PCs with breakthrough audio and video capabilities that enable them to collaborate, create, and focus without sacrificing performance. From office workers to creative professionals, the new HP All-in-One and desktop PCs alongside the entry Z desktop workstations provide the next-gen power and performance needed for users to succeed in all working environments.”
HP’s new AIOs are enhanced by a set of technologies called HP Presence that features 5 MP webcams with HP Auto Frame or an optional 16 MP binning (4 MP) camera for extreme lighting conditions, built-in microphones with Dynamic Voice Leveling and AI-based noise reduction, HP Run Quiet Design fan management, and full customization via the MyHP app. These PCs include:
HP Presence AiO Conferencing PC with Zoom Rooms. Designed for ad-hoc meeting experiences in dedicated spaces, this new device is available with 23.8- or 27-inch displays and is powered by 12th-generation Intel processors. It comes with Zoom Rooms preinstalled for high-quality virtual meetings, and it features on-screen annotation and whiteboarding.
HP EliteOne 800 G9 AiO Desktop PC. Also available with a 23.8- or 27-inch display, the EliteOne 800 G9 features beautiful new silver aesthetics, an adjustable height stand, integrated VESA mounting, Cleandesk cable management, and a small footprint. It runs Windows 11, features Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, and can be had with optional wireless charging.
HP Elite 800 G9 Desktop PC Series. Powered by 12th-generation Intel processors and NVIDIA RTX graphics, this new family of PCs includes the HP Elite Mini 800 G9 Desktop PC, the HP Elite SFF 800 G9 Desktop PC, and the HP Elite Tower 800 G8 Desktop PC.
HP Elite 600 G9 Series Desktop PCs and HP Pro 400 G9 Series Desktop PCs. These are also powered by 12th-generation Intel processors, plus fast DDR5 memory.
Entry Z-series workstations. Also, in addition to the HP Z2 Mini G9 that HP announced at CES, the company is expanding its line of entry workstation desktops to include the Z2 SFF G9 small form factor (SFF) workstation with next-generation Intel Core K-Series processors, the HP Z2 Tower G9 with K-Series processors and NVIDIA RTX professional graphics, and the HP Z1 Tower G9, HP’s most affordable entry desktop workstation.
Pricing isn’t available yet across the board, but the new PCs and workstations will all ship between March and May, HP says.
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