In pictures: HP Z1 all-in-one workstation PC

HP's Z1 offers high-end processing power, as well as a user-serviceable case

HP offers entry-level and high-end CPUs: from the dual-core Intel Core i3-2120, to the quad-core Intel Xeon E3-1245 or E3-1280. Up to 32GB of error corrected DDR3 memory is supported via four regular DIMM slots; there is support for either one 3.5in, 7200rpm or 10000rpm hard drive, or two 2.5in drives, including 160GB or 300GB solid state drives; high-end graphics can be selected in the form of a full-sized NVIDIA Q4000M graphics adapter.

You also get a slim-line Blu-ray writer, integrated 802.11n Wi-Fi, a Full HD wecbam, dual-cone, stereo speakers, and a large array of connectivity features: Gigabit Ethernet (rear), USB 3.0 (two ports on the side), USB 2.0 (four ports on the rear), FireWire (side), microphone and headphone ports (side), a six slot memory card reader (side), line in and line out ports (rear), a sub-woofer port (rear), and a DisplayPort for input or output (rear).

Time to take a breath.

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