ROUND ROCK, TX — Dell (www.dell.com) has released a new lineup of Precision mobile workstations, as well as made significant updates to its line of Precision tower solutions. Redesigned inside and out, the new mobile workstations offer thinner, lighter industrial designs with brilliant displays. This portfolio takes a big leap forward in terms of performance with configuration options that include the new 6th Generation Intel Core processors, the first Intel Xeon processors for mobile workstations, and future Intel Xeon processors E3-1200 product families.
The latest professional graphics from AMD and Nvidia deliver significant compute capacity and best-in-class visual performance. Innovative new screen options include the first PremierColor 4K Ultra HD displays with 100 percent minimum Adobe RGB color gamut. Full HD and UHD options on the InfinityEdge display offer a virtually borderless screen. This generation features new elements of industrial design with carbon fiber and aluminum for thinner and lighter, yet more durable exteriors. The new battery design and innovative thermal technology contribute to the portfolio’s balance between pure performance and design ingenuity.
The new Dell Precision workstations are certified for use with various professional applications. They also come with Dell Precision Optimizer, now with SCCM integration, which maximizes the performance of numerous professional applications from Adobe to Autodesk. The mobile workstations will support the latest USB technology, plus Thunderbolt 3, and new M.2 PCIe NVMe storage options.
Dell expects to deliver the new Precision workstations in early Q4 2015. The company has three 15-inch models — the 7510 ($1199), 5510 ($1399) and 3510 ($999), as well as the 17-inch 7710 ($1699). On the tower side, there is the 3620 ($729) and 3420 ($679). And the new Dell UltraSharp 25 monitor will be available for purchase starting at $649.99, while the UltraSharp 27 monitor will be available for $899.99.