Mobile workstations have been getting better and better, by offering more performance than ever as well as features and design elements that make the user experience feels seamless and as easy as it can get. Today we have one such device, in the face of the HP ZBook Firefly 15 G7, which might not have the best performance ever, but is a sign of something to come.
Workstations will keep getting better, as powerful hardware will get smaller and more accessible.
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