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Hewlett-Packard is introducing a series of mobile workstations and professional displays that target artists, creative professionals, and developers. The aim is to make them more productive with well-designed gadgets that feel as though they could have created them themselves.

The product introductions are coming ahead of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show this week in Las Vegas.

The highlights include the HP Omen Pro Mobile Workstation, which is aimed at people in product development, architecture, engineering, media, entertainment, and construction. The laptop has a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, HP Z Turbo Drive storage, and Nvidia Quadro K1100M graphics. It has the same style and industrial design as the HP Omen gaming laptop.

The HP Omen Pro is available now starting at $2,199.

HP is also introducing its HP Z Turbo Drive G2, a storage devices that includes flash-memory-based solid state drive (SSD) solutions. The SSDs allow workstations to process large sets of data fast. The drive has four times the performance of a traditional serial ATA SSD drive at a similar cost. It uses a new NVMe protocol from Samsung that doubles the performance compared to the previous HP G1 model. And it works with the HP Z840, Z640, and Z440 desktop workstations.

HP Z Turbo Drive

Above: HP Z Turbo Drive

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The HP Z Turbo Drive is expected to be available starting in June. The drive will launch with two available capacities: 256GB and 512GB, priced at $399 and $699, respectively.

HP 31.5-inch DreamColor display.

Above: HP 31.5-inch DreamColor display

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HP is also introducing a new set of displays. It has unveiled the HP DreamColor Z32x display, a color-accurate 31.5-inch, 8-million pixel display with 4K resolution.The UltraHD display can be easily recalibrated with the HP DreamColor solution. The HP Z32x DreamColor Display is expected to be available this summer. Pricing available upon request.

And the big company is also introducing some super-thin displays: the HP Ultra-Narrow Bezel Z27n, Z25n, Z24n, Z24nf, and Z24nq displays. The displays are color-calibrated in the factory and enable seamless multi-display setup. These borderless high-definition panels offer edge-to-edge viewing experiences and picture-in-picture. You can daisy-chain up to four displays. The models have an adjustable swivel, tilt, height, and pivot stand.

HP's ultra-narrow bezel display

Above: HP’s Ultra-Narrow Bezel display

Image Credit: HP

The Ultra-Narrow Bezel display planned availability begins in June. Pricing is as follows: HP Z24n is $379; the HP Z25n is $429; the HP Z27n is $649; the Z24nf is $299; and the Z24nq is $379.

“As the leader in the workstation industry, we continue to develop customer inspired innovative solutions that solve real-world business needs,” said Jeff Wood, vice president of product management at the Workstation and Thin Client Business for HP, in a statement. “Solving the storage bottleneck, delivering a light full-performance mobile workstation, and allowing creative professional advanced visual solutions will bolster customer design workflows.”

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