The HP ZBook Studio, HP ZBook Studio x360, HP ZBook 15 and HP ZBook 17 have been enhanced with greater processing power. All are upgrading from eighth-generation Intel chips to ninth generation, six-core i9 CPUs. Both the HP ZBook Studio and Studio x360, gain a boost in graphics performance to seamlessly render and edit with the NVIDIA Quadro P2000 graphics card; upgrading from the P1000. Additionally, the x360 is getting an optional anti-glare touchscreen, allowing users to work outdoors or in bright lighting situations. The screen will gain enhanced durability with the latest generation Corning Gorilla Glass and supports 100 percent Adobe RGB, with 600 nits of brightness. I've worked with anti-glare screens before; they make a world of difference in bright light environments. The difference is still noticeable even indoors if most of your light is coming in through a window or other high-glare environment.
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HP Updates Creative Z Product Line