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Dell just expanded its already extensive line of workstation solutions by announcing new mainstream and performance tower and rack systems. They include the the Precision Tower 5810, Tower 7810, Tower 7910, and Rack 7910, all of which are next-generation systems updated with Intel's latest Xeon processor options, 2133MHz memory, graphics technology from NVIDIA and AMD, and double the amount of RAM compared Dell's previous generation workstations. These are scalable, optimized systems that have been independent software vendor (ISV) certified to run the most demanding applications, Dell says. To... Read more...
Dell's workstation line has been a popular choice for enterprise customers, and we've some pretty fond memories of older models that we've reviewed in the past. Today, the Precision line is taking a major leap, looking a lot less like a stereotypical "business machine" and a lot more like a sturdy, albeit sleek, workhorse. The Precision M3800 is said to be the planet's thinnest and lightest 15" workstation. There's an optional Quad HD+ (3200x1800) display with more pixels that the average user could ever count, and of course, Intel's latest quad-core Core i7 CPU paired with NVIDIA's Quadro graphics.... Read more...
While some consumers are passing right over the laptop en route to their next tablet, Dell realizes that the world still has plenty of professionals who need high-specced machines in order to get real work done on the go. Hence, the introduction of the new Precision M4800 and M6800. With these new mobile workstations, Dell becomes the first to bring a 15.6-inch Quad HD+ IGZO panel to the workstation market, with higher resolution than the Apple MacBook Pro Retina display, and the only to offer optional 10-finger Wacom multi-touch on a 17.3-inch display for intuitive control and interaction with... Read more...
Dell announced a pair of new entries into its workstation line, the small form factor Dell Precision T1700 and the Dell Precision R7610. The former is an SFF workstation and the latter is 2U rackmount number, and together they show off two ends of Dell’s workstation spectrum. There’s also a new T1700 mini tower available. The T1700 SFF is about 30% smaller than competitive systems and is designed for easy deployment, and both the small form factor and mini tower versions of the T1700 are intended for educational environments where students are learning 2D and 3D simulations or multitasking.... Read more...
Dell today dropped us a line to let us know about its next generation Precision mobile workstations built for engineering and design professionals. The OEM rolled out two new models, including the Precision M4700 and M6700, which Dell claims are the world's most powerful 15-inch and 17-inch mobile workstations, respectively. They're also affordable. Dell's Precision M4700 starts at $1,049 and includes an Intel Core i5 3320M processor clocked at 2.6GHz, 2GB of DDR3-1600 RAM, 320GB SATA hard drive (7200 RPM), AMD FirePro M4000 graphics, 8X DVD burner, 802.11g/n Wi-Fi, Windows 7 Professional 64-bit,... Read more...
Dell decided to don its enterprise cap today and introduced its new Precision tower workstation line. The new Dell Precision T1560, T3600, T5600, and T7600 all boast industrial designs with "superb power, dependability, and manageability" and will be available to purchase worldwide starting next month. More than just an aesthetics change, the new Precision workstations feature Intel microarchitecture and 8-core CPUs, PCI-E Gen. 3 slots, quad-channel memory scalable up to 512GB, up to 600W of graphics and up to four full x16 PCI-E slots, and a wide array of professional graphics solutions from both... Read more...
It's a big day for product announcements, and that includes Dell. The company is introducing new Latitude, Precision and OptiPlex systems, all of which are aimed to tackle the newest challenges to business and to provide plenty of speed and agility to handle cloud computing. This launch marks Dell's largest-ever business computing portfolio update, and it's probably having to do with revitalized spending in the enterprise now that 2009 and 2010 are behind us. There's also plans to include an expansion to Dell's existing tablet portfolio by revealing a 10", Windows 7-based commercial tablet later... Read more...
Dell's Precision line has always been associated with professionals; they don't exactly cater to gamers and bargain hunters, but they've always been well equipped for CAD users and other hard-working pros. The Precision M4500 is the company's newest mobile workstation, following up on the Precision M6500 that was launched late last year.It's equipped with Intel's latest Core i7 processor, NVIDIA's Quadro FX 3800M graphics, an optional SSD MiniCard, a 15.6" LCD panel, an optional 3MP camera and Gobi 2.0 mobile broadband connectivity. There's also a wild battery in there that offers nearly 8 hours... Read more...