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Dell revamps Precision workstations with Xeon E5

Dell revamps Precision workstations with Xeon E5

Dell announced four new workstations today for its enterprise Precision lineup that have been revamped with Intel's latest 32nm E5 series Xeon chips, error-free memory technology, and a redesigned chassis for greater serviceability. The new workstations are designed to handle the intensive computing needs of engineering, product design, animation and other graphics professionals. They include the Dell T7600, T5600, T3600, and the T1650.

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HP Z1 all-in-one workstation now shipping

HP Z1 all-in-one workstation now shipping

If you need a ton of power in an attractive and modular all-in-one, you were previously out of luck. But the HP Z1 Workstation, which wowed onlookers at HP's presentation in February, is now shipping worldwide to fulfill your high-powered needs. The 27-inch all-in-one is the first PC to use workstation-class components in the form factor, and combines with an impressive flip-up design to grant access to its innards. The starting price is $1,899, but you can add Intel Xeon-class processors, NVIDA Quadro graphics, et cetera, to make it go a lot higher.

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HP updates Z-series workstations with up to 512GB of RAM

HP updates Z-series workstations with up to 512GB of RAM

The vast majority of PC users, even those who would consider themselves "technology professionals", won't ever require the kind of computing power that a workstation-class machine can provide. But for those that do, specifications are paramount, and HP aims to please with its updated Z420, Z620 and Z820 workstations. Upgrades to the previous Zx00 models include faster Xeon processors, expanded storage, a redesigned chassis for and (gasp) up to 512GB of system memory.

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HP Z1 Workstation hands-on

HP Z1 Workstation hands-on

HP rocked the stripey ties off the high-powered workstation world today when they unveiled the Z1 Workstation, the first all-in-one form factor computer that incorporates workstation-class hardware. This impressive machine targets corporate customers from small graphics shops to medical imaging customers to high-end Hollywood 3D rendering. SlashGear was on-hand to check out the hardware, and we came away with some impressive first looks.

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HP unveils 27-inch all in one Z1 Workstation

HP unveils 27-inch all in one Z1 Workstation

Workstations are some of the most powerful computers you can buy... but man, are they boring. With the possible exception of Apple's Mac Pro, there's really no workstation-class machine that inspires desire, despite the backbone that they provide for high-end work in industry. HP may have just changed that with the unveiling of their Z1, the company's first all-in-one workstation. HP showed off the new hardware at their workstation event in Las Vegas.

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iBUYPOWER Launches Pro Series Line of Workstations

iBUYPOWER Launches Pro Series Line of Workstations

Complete with 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 processors, RAID cards and NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards, iBUYPOWER keeps their title as a leading innovator of integrated solutions as they launch this new Professional Series line of workstations. Each of these workstations are fully customizable and tuned to just the right combination of gear to meet your needs as a creative professional. The best possible components, says Darren Su, Executive Vice President of iBUYPOWER, have been chosen in designing this Professional Series so that each industry's specific needs can be met.

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Fujitsu Celsius H910 and H710 workstations break cover

Fujitsu Celsius H910 and H710 workstations break cover

Fujitsu has pulled the wraps off a pair of new workstation notebooks that are both in the Celsius line. The two machines allow professional users to run high-end computing applications from a notebook rather than being tired to a desktop computer all the time. The machines are up to running CAD/CAM and graphics rendering programs and deliver power that was previously only available on desktops according to Fujitsu.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M75e Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre M75e Review

Desktops may not be as fashionable as notebooks these days, but they're still often the most cost-effective way to get significant processing power. Lenovo's ThinkCentre M75e has the grunt, thanks to a 3.0GHz quadcore AMD's Athlon II X4 640 processor, but it also takes up a little less office space thanks to a small form-factor chassis. Has the company struck the ideal balance? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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NVIDIA Quadro 600 & 2000 Fermi-Based Cards Unveiled, Available Now

NVIDIA Quadro 600 & 2000 Fermi-Based Cards Unveiled, Available Now

NVIDIA has officially announced today that they've made their two brand new Fermi-based workstation cards available for purchase. The company is scaling back the cores, but promises that the two new cards will be less expensive than their predecessors, and will also offer better performance over the previous cards they are replacing. The Quadro 600 has been issued only 96 cores, while the Quadro 2000 features 192 cores. Both cards hike up the performance, according to NVIDIA, even as they scale back on the hardware.

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