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HP xw4600 Workstation

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Review: HP xw4600 Workstation

JusTech'n
29 June 2008
  • Conclusion: I think this is a great system. I am very pleased with it especially since this machine was built with cost in mind. The price tag for this system, as configured, comes out just under $2500. Maxing out the system by switching to a quad core processor, 4TB of disk space, 8 GB of RAM, and a second graphics card raises the price to over $6300. I recommend that you take a look at HP the next time you are looking for a new workstation.
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HP xw4600 Workstation with LP3065 30 LCD Monitor (Cadalyst Labs Review)

cadalyst.com
1 June 2008
  • Conclusion: The pricing and performance and overall quality of the system are excellent, making it ideal for an exceptionally broad range of work. The moderate price makes the HP xw4600 an affordable option for almost any situation. This system, with or without the LP3065 display, easily earns approval. Highly Recommended.
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Overall 10
10

HP XW4600 Workstation

Creative Cow
4 May 2008
  • Conclusion: Conclusion Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to talk with Will Wade, HP's Worldwide Workstation Graphics Product Manager. He told me that the xw4600 was their highest volume workstation by far, and that in particular it was the choice of the majority of video editors. I can see why. I give it five cows.
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HP xw4600 Workstation Computer Review

Videomaker
30 April 2008
  • Summary: A New Side of HP
  • Pros: Powerful, Energy-efficient, Great warranty
  • Cons: Can get expensive, depending on configuration
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Overall 8
8.0

HP xw4600 review

Digital Arts
18 February 2008
  • Excerpt: In contrast to the hulking CAD2 Vision DQX-SE, HP’s latest workstation is a svelte tower, no larger than a traditional office computer. Even for a single-processor model, the xw4600 has a dinky chassis that will slip under even the smallest desk – and it’s well-designed, too.
  • Pros: Small but capacious and well-designed case; very low cost; excellent graphics card.
  • Cons: Single drive reduces performance.
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