HP’s ZBook computers have always been targeted at power-hungry professionals, but with last year’s X2 detachable hybrid, the company started exploring new form factors. Now HP is adding a convertible PC to its pro family, the ZBook Studio x360 G5. Just like its other x360 machines, it has a hinge that can be flipped all the way around, letting you use it as a large tablet, or in a tent orientation. HP also claims it’s the most powerful convertible around, since it can be configured with 8th generation, six-core Intel Xeon CPUs and NVIDIA’s Quadro P1000 graphics.
HP’s convertible ZBook x360 features a six-core Xeon CPU