This Is the Sexiest Computer BMW and HP Could Come Up With?
Mar 31, 2009 20:28
This is HP's new z800 flagship workstation, which was designed by BMW DesignWorksUSA. And uhh, yeah. This is the best you guys could do? Really? It looks like a Packard Bell.
If you can peer past the completely uninspired case, the actual specs are far more likely to induce some sweaty palms: Nehalem quad-core Xeon 5500 processors, two Nvidia Quadro 5800 graphics cards, and room for 196GB of RAM. A beast. So why can't it look more like one, or even the Z4 that it's supposedly inspired by? [DVICE]
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