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HP Z420 Workstation
7.1 out of 10

HP Z420 Workstation

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Overall 8

Expert Review

20 June 2013
  • Conclusion: The Z420 is priced fairly for the level of validation and support HP pours into its offering, and this is really where the system makes sense: moderate-demand visual computing for a low- to moderate-range budget.
  • Pros: Potent performance, SSD plus hard drive storage, Plenty of expansion slots
  • Cons: No Thunderbolt or eSATA ports, Consumer- rather than industrial-grade hard drive
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Overall 8

HP Z420

PC Magazine
18 June 2013
  • Conclusion: The HP Z420 is a powerful, expandable workstation. It combines the power of a quad-core Intel Xeon processor with an Nvidia Quadro graphics to give you a powerhouse system that can grow along with your company.
  • Pros: Xeon power. Quadro graphics. Lots of expansion room. ISV Certifications. USB 3.0 on front and back. SSD C: drive with 1TB D: drive.
  • Cons: No eSATA or Thunderbolt.
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Overall 2

Review: HP Z420 Workstation

22 May 2012
  • Conclusion: HP has done a great job of filling this workstation with great components, but still keeping the price low. If you are looking for workstation for your office then I recommend you look at the HP Z line of workstations.
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HP Z420 Workstation review

18 May 2012
  • Conclusion: There aren't many reading this that need massive amounts of power for specific and often crucial tasks. But for those who do, and can afford the premium that a workstation demands, the Z420 is an excellent choice.
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