HP Z1 Workstation teardown
The HP Z1 Workstation may look like your average Windows all-in-one computer, but it's not. This machine is packed with high-end hardware, has a near tool-less chassis, and was designed to be cool and quiet. Although you can get and entry level Z1 for $1,899 (US), HP was kind enough to loan us a $7,000+ powerhouse.
Follow along as I go under the Z1's "hood" for a look at the hardware inside.
For a detailed analysis of the teardown, check out my article and video $7000 HP Z1 teardown reveals all-in-one that’s easy to service, packed with high-end hardware.
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