HP’s Mike Diehl sat down with us at #CESLive to show off the new HP Z1 G2 all-in-one computer. The second-generation computer has Thunderbolt 2 and a 27” multi-touch screen.
The Z1 earned a Geek Beat Editor’s Choice award and while it may not be very pocketable like our Windows Phone, the Z1 does make a cool first impression. The design really shines in how easily the Z1 can be serviced with its tool-less design. Cost for the Z1 G2 is in the neighborhood of $1,999.
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