By Brady Betzel
In today’s broadcast post environments you typically see only a handful of workstations. This is usually because there are only a few vendors that are truly certified to work with products from companies such as Adobe, Avid and Autodesk — ISVs (Independent Software Vendors).
While many people will brush over the word workstation, it really is not a term to take lightly. HP in particular spends a tremendous amount of time and resources to make sure that if you buy a workstation-class system from them, it is going to work. If it doesn’t, it is going to be relatively easy to fix to get up and running with very little down time. Workstation-class computers are expensive (no matter the brand), so it’s not a decision to take lightly.
In this review I will be covering the HP Z1 G2 All-In-One Workstation, a competitor to the Apple Continue reading