Happy Holidays Everyone! Errrr ..... but I don't think I could keep my fingers for one. It tickles me to do things as I'm so consumed with my work on the weekdays. So, I decided to bench some numbers on my good old HP Z800 Personal Workstation, on a 30" LP3065 Display.
Compares to a decade ago, we significantly notice that the performance of the CPU and Graphics Card have been increasingly multiplied in catching up with the load of work in the industry for such power hungry application in 3D, structure analysis, rendering, real-time visualization and so on. But what about the performance of the hard drive itself?
It's quite short after I'd been playing with the HP ENVY 14 SPECTRE, then I couldn't hold myself to get my hands on the HP SPECTRE XT. Smaller, but the one I have my hands on it, has more power compares to the ENVY 14 I have. I will talk about the technical side right after I'm sharing my personal impression.
I recognize that this isn't the first review about HP ENVY 14 SPECTRE. However, I intend to have my own habit to know things that I use, deeper, to know better about it for my daily use. Pretty much like a boy when he gets a new toy. He's gonna play with it all day. I'm sure so is everybody.
I've been using HP Mobile Workstation for years, since my very own nw8240, to the current 8760w. Yes, they are not slim, but they bring me the performance I need for my daily work, and its stability are so amazing.
Now, I'm having my hands on the HP ENVY 14 SPECTRE, which has earned few fascinating awards at some shows around the globe.
Bimo Adi Prakoso, founder of Sentra Grafika Kompumedia, is an engineering-animation-broadcast industry professional and workstation evangelist. He's been in the Workstation industry since 1996, the era of SGI.