Texas-based multinational technology company Dell has introduced its latest commercial PC portfolio; also known as Dell Precision Mobile Workstations laptops. These are systems with upgraded models of the existing Dell Latitude, OptiPlex, and Precision workstations.
According to the American company, the Dell Precision Mobile Workstations are lighter and smaller than the earlier models. The devices can also take a huge amount of workload. All the models will be available globally from 22nd May 2018 from the company’s website; except for the Precision 5530 2-in-1 model.
Dell Precision Mobile Workstations:
Dell Precision 5530 2-In-1
This model is an all-new 2-in-1 device. It offers either Inter i4-8305G, i7-8705G, or i7-8706G processor (user’s choice) packed with Radeon Pro EX Vega M GL graphics. The model will also be built with a 15.6-inch display. It will be backed with up to 16GB of memory and 2TB of NVMe SSD storage. It will have a non-replaceable 75Wh battery. The model can be charged through a USB Type-C port. The pricing of this model hasn’t been announced yet.
Dell Precision 7730, 7530, 5530 And 3530
The Precision 5530 model will be either in an i9-8950HK, an i5-8400H, an i7-8850H or an i5-8300H. The model will be packed with a maximum of 32GB, with an M.2 NVMe SSD with either a 2.5-inch SSD or a traditional mechanical HDD. For graphics, the 5530 will be built either with the built-in Intel HD graphics or Nvidia’s Quadro P2000/P1000.
The precision 7730 will be the company’s best model. It comes with the same CPU options as the standard 5530. It has a large 17.3-inch screen. The model supports up to 64GB of 2666MHz DDR4 RAM or 32Gb or 3200MHz DDR4 RAM. It will be equipped with the built-in Intel HD graphics card. It will offer up to 8TB storage by four NVMe SSDs. The 7530 will come with a smaller 15-inch screen backed by 64GB RAM and NVIDIA P3200 graphics.
The 15-inch 3530 model is the entry-level device in this series. It can be configured to Intel Core i7 processor backed with 32GB RAM and NVIDIA Quadro P600 graphics.
The pricing for the 3530, 5530, 7530 and 7730 will start from $1,049, $1,459, $1,119 and $1,519 respectively.
Dell Latitude 5491 And 5591 Laptops
The Latitude lineup can be configured up to 8th Gen Intel Core i5/i7 vPro processors (H-series), backed with up to 32GB of 2,666MHz RAM. It will also have unspecified NVIDIA graphics and optional Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.
The 5491 and 5591 models are priced from $899 and $999 respectively.
Dell Optiplex 7760, 7460, 5260 All-In-Ones
Some Optiplex models have also the new Intel CPUs. They range from i7-8700 to i3-8100. Customers can use the built-in IGPU chips or go for a Nvidia GTX 1050. They are backed by up to 32GB RAM, with storage capacity ranging from 128GB to 2TB.
The prices for the 7750, 7460 and 5260 start at $1,300, $1,130 and $869 respectively.
OptiPlex 3060, 5060, 7060 And XE3 Desktops
These models’ CPU options range from Pentinium Gold chips or up to Core i7-8700. The GPU options range from built-in Intel HD to AMD’s Radeon RX 550. The models are backed by up to 64GB RAM. The XE3 comes with hardware similar to the 7060. It has aggressive active cooling and optional dust fillers.
Dell has stated that these models are perfect for medical, retail, marine and industrial applications.
The Dell Precision Mobile Workstations 3060, 5060 and 7060 are priced from $499, $579 and $639. The XE3 Towers and Small Form Factors are priced from $649.
Dell P-series Monitors
The new P-Series IPS monitors come with a thin panel, USB-C option and smaller base. It also has an improved cable management for reduced cable cutter. They can be fitted with a new Dell Dual Monitor Stand.
The USB-C models are priced from $279.99. The standard versions are priced from $229.99. The Dell Dual Monitor Stand starts from $189.99.