HP's gone and pimped your small business workstation. The Z200 packs a lot of power into a small frame, including a quad-core Intel Xeon processor and ATI FirePro graphics e.g. fast stuff. If your business crunches lots of numbers or uses demanding video or CAD programs, you'll want to consider this option. HardwareCentral has the full review.
Want a cute little compact with a big V-8 engine? Ford or Chevy won't oblige you, but HP will, figuratively speaking at least: The company's Z200 workstation is available in a small-form-factor chassis about one-third the size of the traditional minitower -- petite enough to slip into a space-constrained environment, yet packing quad-core Intel Xeon power, up to 16GB of fast DDR3 RAM, and up to 2TB of storage.
No, it's not HP's most powerful workstation -- the company reserves the six-core Xeons for its Z400 series, and dual processors for its Z600 and Z800 -- but it's considerably more muscle than you'd expect to find in something the size of a slimline consumer PC.
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