HP has launched several technology enhancements to assist artists, creators and developers to bring out designs and products.
The new products include HP Z Turbo Drive G2, HP OMEN Pro Mobile Workstation, HP DreamColor Z32x Display and HP Ultra Narrow Bezel Z27n, Z25n, Z24n, Z24nf and Z24nq display.
The HP Z Turbo Drive G2 is a solid state drive (SSD), powered by Samsung NVMe technology. It delivers four times the speed of a traditional SATA SSD.
The networking company said that the product is designed for flash technology to achieve more than twice performance than G1 and utilizes the new NVMe protocol.
HP’s OMEN Pro is a full performance mobile workstation that has 4th generation Intel Core i7 quad core processors, Windows 7, HP Z Turbo Drive PCLe storage and NVIDIA Quadro K1100M graphics.
HP OMEN can run fully Independent Software Vendor (ISV) certified product development, AEC and media and entertainment applications and has complete compatibility.
HP DreamColor display provides color precision and consistency. Users can also achieve fast and easy hardware recalibration.
The DreamColor is a 4K UHD (ultra high-definition) and has a 31.5 inch diagonal and connects any type of device to deliver performance.
For displays, HP has introduced Ultra-Narrow Bezel Z27n, Z25n, Z24n, Z24nf and Z24nq.
The HP Ultra Narrow Bezel family is color calibrated and offer flexible connectivity and multi display setup.
The displays can be used side-by-side either in landscape or portrait mode.
HP Z Turbo Drive and ultra narrow bezel display will be available in June and will have starting range of $399 and $299, respectively.
HP Omen Pro is currently available for $2199 and HP Z32x DreamColor Display will be in summer with prices on request.
Last month HP introduced new software releases to assist enterprises to deliver mobile applications that score 5-star ratings.