Background and Identification
Hewlett-Packard (HP) manufactures consumer electronics, including laptops, desktops, printers, monitors, and more. HP originated in 1939 when Bill Hewlett and David Packard, two Stanford electric engineering alums, combined their last names and began their new company out of a garage in Palo Alto, California. Interestingly, HP was just a coin toss away from being called PH (Packard-Hewlett). Hewlett-Packard today is still headquartered in Palo Alto, but the company supplies electronics worldwide.
Among HP consumer electronics is the HP ZBook Studio G3, which aims to offer users all of the computer processing they need to work on the go. The HP ZBook Studio G3 was positively reviewed by LaptopMag as being a “phenomenal workstation.” The HP ZBook Studio G3 was praised for having speedy performance in a stylish encasing. Additionally, it was noted as being surprisingly light for a mobile workstation. On the other hand, the HP ZBook Studio G3 was criticized for having a relatively dim display and running hot during strenuous processing.
The HP ZBook Studio G3 Work Station includes powerful computer components, a keyboard, a trackpad, and a display packed into an encasing. The HP logo is visible on the back of the device.
- Dimensions: 14.76 x 10.04 x 0.71 in
- Weight: 4.6 pounds
- Display Size: 15.6” (measured diagonally)
- Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.1
- CPU: 2.8 GHz
- Hard Drive Size: 512 GB (SSD)
- Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160 pixels
- Operating System: Windows 10 Pro