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A Design Tour of the HP Z2 Mini, Part 2   27 Apr, 2017

The project’s lead mechanical engineer discusses the achievements — and the challenges — of designing the world's smallest workstation.More>>

HP Rounds Out Line of New ZBook Mobile Workstations Article
HP Rounds Out Line of New ZBook Mobile Workstations   24 Apr, 2017

Fourth-generation models described as most secure to date; ZBook 17 G4 can be configured for virtual reality. More>>

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A Design Tour of the HP Z2 Mini, Part 1   21 Apr, 2017

The world’s smallest workstation weaves feats of engineering with industrial design panache, incorporating desktop and mobile computing elements without a single visual compromise.More>>

Humanitarian Outreach + Design Technology = Saved Lives Article
Humanitarian Outreach + Design Technology = Saved Lives   20 Apr, 2017

In Nepal and around the globe, Build Change is teaching locals how to recover from natural disaster — and how to survive the next one.More>>

7 Reasons CAD Users Can't Ignore the HP Z2 Mini Sponsored
7 Reasons CAD Users Can't Ignore the HP Z2 Mini   13 Apr, 2017

Don’t let the small package fool you -- this miniature marvel packs in everything you need for 2D and entry-level 3D work. More>>

Workstation Reviews from Jon Peddie Research

HP’s ZBook Studio G3
By Alex Herrera, June 13, 2016
As 2015 came to a close, HP Inc. was busy following on the heels of Intel’s Skylake launch with a broad product refresh of its own, both upgrading and expanding on its line of ZBook mobile workstations. When it did, the company made it clear where it was focusing its new wares: 15.6-inch models. Read more

Lenovo 17-Inch Mobile Workstation
By Alex Herrera, March 16, 2016
Lenovo’s 17-inch ThinkPad mobile workstation is back, and it will have a bigger impact on the number-three workstation suppliers’ business than you might think. Read more

Reviewing Two New Boxx Workstations
By Alex Herrera, March 8, 2016
We’re not going to lie. Reviewing one workstation after another can get a bit tiresome. Machines can start looking an awful lot alike, but that’s rarely the case when we review a Boxx machine, and that goes twice this time around. Read more

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Building Toward BIM, Part 3   21 Mar, 2016

Small architectural firm triples in size and increases profits thanks to the efficiencies of its new building information modeling...More>>Read all CADspeed blog posts>>

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