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HP Z Workstations
The HP Z Workstation family includes technologies designed to reduce environmental impact while delivering excellent performance, value, and serviceability. ENERGY STAR® qualified and EPEAT® Gold registered in the United States, all HP Z Workstations include up to 90% efficient power supplies, helping reduce overall energy use and waste less heat. The family also offers improved power management in standby/"power off" mode, using less than 0.5 watt of power. This represents an improvement over the previous generation of Z Workstations, which consumed between 0.5 and 1 watt in standby.
Available in low halogen, Z Workstations come preinstalled with Remote Graphics Software to enable remote access to demanding 2-D, 3-D, video, and media-rich applications. Plus, they include HP Power Assistant,1 which offers real-time power visibility and control to help conserve energy.
The newest member of the Z family is the revolutionary HP Z1, the world's first all-in-one workstation with a 27-inch diagonal display, which snaps open so users can swap out parts and make upgrades without using tools. With an innovative all-in-one design, the Z1 is manufactured using fewer materials than the units that have separate PCs and monitors, and it ships in a single 100% recyclable carton.
All products in the Z Workstation line are designed to be more than 90% recyclable by weight.
1 HP Power Assistant enhances management of the system energy requirements and enables users to take control of their power consumption for a reduced impact on the environment. Power calculations and cost calculations are estimates. Results will vary based on variables, which include information provided by the user, time PC is in different power states (on, standby, hibernate, off), hardware configuration, variable electricity rates, and utilities provider. HP advises customers to use information reported by HP Power Assistant for reference only and to validate impact in their environment. Environmental calculations were based on U.S. EPA eGrid 2007 data found at www.epa.gov/egrid. Regional results will vary. Microsoft® Windows® required.