Pros

  • Bright and beautiful screen
  • Very powerful

Cons

  • Inconvenient port placement
  • No touchscreen option

At A Glance

The expensive Z1 all-in-one has both brains and beauty, but it also has some issues that are impossible to ignore.

Manufacturer’s Website

http://www.hp.com

The Specs

Processor
Processor type Intel Xeon
Processor speed 3.5 MHz
Display
Included monitor All-in-One
Resolution 2560 x 1440 pixels
Graphics
Graphics Type Discrete
Secondary Graphics Chipset Nvidia Quadro
General Information
UPC Code 886112854966
Ports and Connections
Available Interfaces DisplayPort
Memory
Memory size 16384.0 MB
Memory type DDR3
Memory speed 1600.0 MHz
Power
Power Supply Wattage 400.0 watts
Other Features
Devices Built-In Webcam

Performance

Overall Rating
Worldbench Score 159.0
Worldbench Version 7
Start Up
Start Up 36.6   seconds (lower is better)
Office Productivity
PCMARK 4739.0   score (higher is better)
Web Performance
Web Performance 21.2   Frames per second (higher is better)
Storage Performance
File Compression 376.7   seconds (lower is better)
Hard Drive File Operations 81.3   seconds (lower is better)
Content Creation
Image Editing 157.7   seconds (lower is better)
Video Encoding 159.0   seconds (lower is better)
Encoding Audio 108.3   seconds (lower is better)
Power Usage
WorldBench Green Score 75.0
Working power usage 13.3   Watt hours
Idle power usage 87.5   Watts
Gaming
Gaming Score 99.0
Crysis 2, High Quality, 1680x1050 35.2   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, High Quality, 1024x768 67.4   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, Low Quality, 1680x1050 56.1   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, Low Quality, 1024x768 95.7   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, High Quality, 1680x1050 69.1   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, High Quality, 1024x768 112.9   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, Low Quality, 1680x1050 125.9   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, Low Quality, 1024x768 199.4   Frames per second (higher is better)