It’s more of a creator’s workstation than a real gaming machine, but we still wanted to talk to you about it because the configuration is multitasking
We gladly grant it to you, this ZBook Studio G9 as its name suggests is not especially intended for players. HP does not communicate on it from a video game perspective, but the configuration remains ultra sturdy and allows multiple uses.
HP leaves beautiful choices
The screen that is offered is an OLED panel in 16:10 format with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and an optional touch option. Once again we also feel the pro scope in this configuration possibility.
Depending on your desire but also the thickness of your wallet, HP offers several choices. At its heart, we can thus choose between an Intel Core i7-12700H and an Intel Core i9 -12900HK. For the GPU too, great lord, HP allows you to choose between a purely pro card, namely an RTX A5500 or an RTX 3080 ti mobile version. Both have 16GB GDDR6 on a 256-bit bus.
Ditto for RAM and storage, it all depends on your financial capabilities or needs. The beast can be increased to 64 GB of DDR5 memory and 4 TB of PCIe Gen4 NVMe storage. Enough to make a racing machine if you have the means.
For connectivity and as you can see in the image above, this HP workstation offers two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a 10 Gbit/s USB-Type C port, a USB Type-A port, a card reader Micro-SD, and Wi-Fi 6E. A station that it will be possible to convert also to make video games.
The other side of the coin is that all of this will have a price that is likely to be very high. No estimate for the moment from HP but simply a launch window for June 2022.