HP Delivers World’s Most Secure Mobile Workstations for Digital Creators

  • New ZBook mobile workstation line up offers innovators outstanding VR capabilities and more

HP has announced superb HP ZBook Mobile Workstation solutions packed with the power of an HP Z desktop in a lightweight mobile design, including award-winning display technology, 3D graphics and server-grade processing power. With this new workstation line up, HP continues to offer world-class innovation to power filmmakers, designers, artists, explorers and other visionary thinkers.

“Our Z Workstation products have been a leading choice among customers worldwide for their world-class innovation, reliability, performance and application certification,” said Gwen Coble, director, Workstations, Thin Clients, Retail Solutions and Immersive Computing, EMEA, HP Inc. “With client security continuing to grow in importance, we’ve made these fourth generation HP ZBook Workstations the most secure and manageable mobile workstations to date. This ensures we protect the intellectual property of digital creators everywhere – so they can focus on bringing their best work to life without the worry of IP theft or breaches.”

HP is reinventing device security for its fourth-generation ZBook workstations by providing several unique security features including: HP Sure Start Gen32, the industry’s first self-healing PC BIOS with comprehensive encryption, strong authentication, malware protection, data protection, identity assurance, and threat detection and response.

HP is also creating dynamic, high performing devices that allow customers to pursue their passion and achieve their goals without compromising on style or flexibility. To address the move to virtual reality, one of the new workstation  models can be configured to visualize work in an ultra-smooth virtual reality experience. VR creation to consumption is rapidly becoming the strategic direction for many enterprises from amusement parks to automotive and HP began selling powerful, VR-ready desktop workstations in 2016.