HP ZBook Fury 15 G7 Review A Potent Mobile Workstation

When people normally think of “business class laptops”, they think of moderately powerful systems that efficiently conduct office productivity tasks and web browsing tasks to keep employees engaged. It is productive, but has no pointless features that add to the cost. On the active side, workstations display the most powerful animal images with the right kind of over-the-top footage: high-end professional graphics with multiple cores, tons of memory, and certified drivers for powerful, mission-complex applications. Somewhere in the middle is the mobile workstation market, where we will show you today hybrid laptops such as the HP eBook Fury 15G7, try to conquer different levels of the other between the two extremes.

HP is not new to the mobile workstation market. The array of ZBook notebooks combine the two requirements for mobility and power in various factors in the notebook format. After a few minutes, we saw the ZBook 14u G6, which pushed the cover to the base of an ultraportable notebook, and boasted ISV certification in a ton of horsepower applications. At this time, we are looking at the ZBook Fury 15 G7. As its name implies, this mobile workstation is packed with a lot of horsepower in a 15.6 ā€¯notebook chassis, not as heavy as most gaming laptops with comparable specs.

Intel Zion W-10885M processor (8 cores, 16 threads, 16 MB cache, 2.4 GHz base, 5.3 GHz max turbo)
100% DCI-P3 color, 600 nights, factory-measured 15.6 “4K UHD (3840 x 2160) contactless luminous display.
Nvidia Quattro RTX 5000 Graphics with Max-Q, 16 GB GDTR 6 VRAM
1 TB NVMI PCI Express 3.0 x 4 SSD Storage
Memory 32GB DTR 4-2667 (4 x 8GB SO-DIM)
**** and Olfson audio stereo speakers
IR sensor cam 720p web cam for biometric login
Intel I219-LM Gigabit Ethernet Networking; Intel AX 201 WiFi 6; Bluetooth 5.0
Port: Left 1x Ethernet RJ-45
2x USB 3.1 Generic 2 Type-A
1x Kensington Lock Port
Ports: Right 2x Thunderbolt 3 USB Type-C Port
1x 5.5mm barrel attachment (pairs with Thunderbolt for HP port)
1x Mini Display 1.2
1x HDMI 2.0b
Dual dot pinlight keyboard
Touchpad multi-touchpad with unique buttons
8-cell Battery 94 Wh
Weight starting at 5.18 pounds (2.35 kg)
Dimensions 14.06 x 9.55 x 1.02 in. (357 x 242.5 x 25.9 mm)
Warranty 3-year standard limited warranty
Operating system windows 10 pro
Prices start at $ 2,299; According to the test, 3 6,334.62

The ZBook Fury 15 G7 on display today has specs on board. It starts with the Intel Zion W-1085M processor. This CPU has eight cores and 16 hardware threads via hyper-threading, which runs on 16 MB cache, 2.4 GHz base clock and maximum 5.3 GHz boost clock. Beyond this speed, Zion gets 45 watts of DTP. The closest analog to the consumer industry is the Core i9-10980HK, and the CPU is the fastest mobile workstation being developed by Intel.

The graphic operation is handled by the Nvidia Quattro RTX 5000 GPU with Nvidia’s MAX-Q technology. When Nvidia made major changes before Ampere, you will know what you will get, there can be many changes in Max-Q without any method. In this case, HP claims that the Quattro RTX 5000 has 80 W DGP. This particular model has 3,072 CUDA cores running at 600 MHz base speed and 1,350 MHz boost clock. It has 16GB of GDTR6 memory, which is good for 384GB of memory bands per second. In spite of the low power casing compared to the non-Max-Q options, the Quadro must be much faster in this system.

As for memory, the ZBook Fury 15 G7 is spread over four of the 32GB DTR 4-2667 8GB SO-DIMs, two under the keyboard and one under the cover. A total of 128GB is possible with 32GB SO-DIM. Our test unit had one of three M.2 slots filled with only 1 TB NVMI PCI Express 3.0 SSD. As you might expect from a mobile workstation, we should also remember that everything in this system is user friendly. We will come to tears later, but the updates are very simple, despite the relatively small dimensions.

Networking comes in all formats and sizes, and the ZBook can handle everything. Gigabit Ethernet is derived from the Intel I219-LM network controller, which translates the RJ-45 connector to the side of the engine. The Intel AX201 WiFi 6 module handles 802.11ax (2 x 2 MIMO antenna) and Bluetooth 5.0. Cellular users need not worry as the preferred WWAN card is available at an additional cost.
ZBook Fury 15 G7 Industrial Design and Ports
Externally, the ZBook Fury 15 G7 outperforms all high-end hardware. Its desktop footprint is smaller than most gaming notebooks at 15.6 “. Surprisingly, the width and depth of the HP eBook Fury 15G7 is a few millimeters smaller in both width and depth than the Dell XPS 15. Although it is thicker than the XPS. Lightweight. No. The Rage 15G7 makes a big point about the track, as it is 12% smaller than the previous generation, weighing 10% less than the previous one, at 5.18 pounds.

HP accommodates the ZBook with an aluminum and magnesium chassis to keep the weight down, and the metal body definitely gives the system a premium feel. The premium theme is followed by the size of the bezels. The top and side bezels are 50% smaller than the previous generation, thereby reducing the footprint while maintaining a 15 “” display size. Inside these bezels is a beautiful 4K UHD panel with a reflective coating. The display supports 100 DCI-B. 3% of the color space and a maximum of 600 knights. The colors actually emit in this scene, which comes from a calibrated factory for any professional media generating device.

The display is equipped with a 720p HD webcam with an infrared sensor. It works well for windows h

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