Intel’s expanded range of 8th-generation Core processors announced earlier this week included a couple of mobile Xeon models, boasting all the same specs as the non-Xeon parts—6 cores/12 threads, running at up to 4.8GHz, with 12MB cache—but with the addition of a feature that’s still something of a rarity: ECC memory.
The ZBook Studio and closely related ZBook Studio x360 both have weights starting at under 5lb, with processor options up to the top-spec Xeon, 32GB memory, 4TB PCIe SSD storage, and a discrete Nvidia Quadro P1000 with 4GB of dedicated GDDR5. A range of screen options is available, with both offering a 3840×2160 15.6-inch 600-nit screen at the high end. The x360, as the name suggests, gives that screen a 360 degree hinge, so it can be used in tent or tablet mode; the regular version has a regular hinge. Whatever screen configuration you pick, they both include Windows Hello facial recognition cameras. Both have Thunderbolt 3, 802.11ac, and Bluetooth 5; the x360 has optional 4G LTE.
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