If you fancy yourself a power user, HP’s got a “world’s first” trick up its sleeve that might lure you in. Earlier today, the Palo Alto outfit took the wraps off its newest all-in-one, the HP Z1. This workstation is a mere distant cousin to HP’s consumer-focused Omni and TouchSmartlines — not that that’s a bad thing. The machine comes sporting a 27-inch, 2560 x 1440, IPS display, the back of which snaps open for easy access when making hardware tweaks and, if you wisely choose to take the premium road, you could be walking out with a quad-core Intel Xeon CPU and NVIDIA Quadro graphics, as well as your choice of a 160GB or 300GB SSD for storage. Needless to say, it all depends on how much dough you’re willing to part with. HP says the Z1 is expected to ship around April, with the lowest-end model starting at $1,899. It’ll be a while before you can get your hands on one, but in the meantime you can keep yourself entertained by checking out those glossy press shots below.