Dell has launched a new range Precision
Redesigned inside and out, the new mobile
workstations combine the beauty of thinner, lighter industrial
designs and brilliant displays, with the performance of the latest
graphics technology, new processors and faster memory and storage.
"We listened to our customers from media and entertainment,
engineering, manufacturing, finance and beyond to deliver the
highest performing systems for their critical workloads," said
Rahul Tikoo, director and general manager for Dell Precision.
"This portfolio brings together industry-leading solutions
combining great, new technologies from our hardware partners,
seamless functionality with critical applications from our
software partners, and amazing innovations from our Dell
engineering teams to deliver powerful and beautifully-balanced
mobile and fixed workstations to our customers."
The Precision portfolio has made huge
leaps in performance with configuration options including the new
6th Generation Intel Core processors, 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, while new screen
options include the first PremierColor 4k Ultra HD displays with
100% minimum Adobe RGB color gamut.
Full HD and UHD options on the InfinityEdge display offers a virtually borderless screen to give
a 15.6" viewing area.
"Dell’s new Precision workstations are among the first to take
advantage of the new 6th Generation Intel Core processors and our first mobile Intel Xeon processors," said Chris Silva, director of
marketing - Premium Notebook, Intel. "6th Gen Intel Core and Intel Xeon for mobile workstations deliver the performance, reliability,
security and software support that professional engineers, designers and content creators rely on."
The new Dell Precisions
are ISV-certified and come with Dell Precision Optimizer, now with
SCCM integration, which maximizes the performance of numerous
professional applications from Adobe to Autodesk and more.
mobile workstations will support the latest USB technology, plus
Thunderbolt 3, and new M.2 PCIe NVMe storage options for maximum
throughput when managing large files.
closely with Dell to test the new line up of Dell Precision
workstations to ensure an optimal experience that creative professionals need with our industry-defining Adobe Creative
Cloud," said Bill Roberts, senior director of Professional Video
at Adobe. "The new Dell Precision workstations offer the speed and
performance that our users want as they work with the powerful Adobe apps such as Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects
CC to create engaging content. We’re looking forward to our partners and customers being among the first to see the new
devices first hand at Adobe Max, the creativity conference, next
week in Los Angeles."
The new Dell Precision workstations are expected
to be available in the U.S. starting early Q4 2015.
The Dell Precision 17 7000 Series: 17"- 7710
will start from US$1699, the Dell Precision 15 7000 Series: 15" -
7510 from US$1199, the Dell Precision 15 5000 Series: 15" - 5510
with InfinityEdge display will cost from US$1399, and the Dell Precision 15 3000 Series: 15" – 3510
will cost from US$999.
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