A new ZBook Fury G7 mobile workstation has been launched from the house of HP that has both a 15-inches and 17-inches versions. They will come with 10th Generation Core/ Xeon processors and NVIDIA professional graphics cards.
Zbook Fury 15 will be 12 % smaller than those from the earlier generations and Fury 17 will be 29% smaller as well. It has been said to be the smallest 17-inch RTX 5000 mobile workstation in the world.
The Xeon and Core processors will be supplemented by Quadro RTX 5000 graphics card and AMD Radeon RX series as already mentioned, which will be beneficial for data science, machine learning, and 3D rendering applications. Users have at their disposal, 10 TB of M.2 Solid State Drive storage and support of 4K display, Pantone calibration, and an HDR 400 certification with 100 % DCI-P3 color gamut.
We will also see the tenth generation Core and Xeon, and NVIDIA professional cards in the Z2 Mini G5, a mini workstation that HP will release alongside as well.
The HP Z2 Mini will have a new and redeveloped copper heat sink. The CPU is 1.4 times better, while the GPU is 3 times better than its predecessor. 3D models can now be rendered and it can easily be placed behind the monitor that has Intel Xeon W or Comet Lake S series desktop processors. It can use graphics like NVIDIA Quadro T1000.
Expected to be priced around the US $899, it is going to be released in September. The HP ZBook Fury 15 and the Zbook Fury 17 would cost around $1989 and $2039 respectively. The HP Z2 Mini G5 is expected to have a starting price of US $899. All of them will be launched in September.