Aside from unveiling new laptops (including gaming laptops), Dell has announced new workstations as well at Computex 2019. This includes mobile workstations, towers, as well as rack workstations. Dell notes that in order to ensure flexibility, all of the workstations unveiled at Computex 2019 will be available with a range of operating systems. This includes Windows 10 Pro, Red Hat, Ubuntu Linux and more.
The Dell Precision 5540 is said to be the thinnest and lightest 15-inch mobile workstation. It features up to an Intel Xenon E or 9th Gen Intel Core octa-core processors. For graphics, it offers up to an Nvidia Quadro T2000 card. The Precision 5540 packs a 15.6-inch InfinityEdge display, which is crammed inside a 14-inch chassis. It offers up to 4TB of storage and up to 64GB of memory. It is available with up to a UHD panel with 100% Adobe colour gamut display, or an OLED display with 100% DCI-P3 colour gamut.
The Dell Precision 7540 is said to be the company’s most powerful 15-inch mobile workstation. It is available with a number of 15.6-inch display options including a UHD HDR 400 display. It can also support up to 8K resolution and playback of HDR content via a Display Port. Further, the device is ready for Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence. The Precision 7540 can accelerate heavy workflows with up to 3200MHz SuperSpeed memory and up to 128GB of 2666MHz ECC memory.
The Dell Precision 7740 sports a 17.3-inch screen and is touted as Dell’s most powerful and scalable mobile workstation. The device is VR and AI-ready and sports up to the latest Intel Xeon E or 9th Gen Intel Core octa-core processors. The mobile workstation is available with up to 128GB ECC memory, PCIe SSD storage for up to 8TB. It also comes with Nvidia Quadro RTX graphics, which offer real-time ray tracing with Ai-based graphics acceleration. Other options include next-gen AMD Radeon Pro. It is also available with a 17.3-inch UltraSharp UHD IGZO display that features 100% Adobe colour gamut.
The Dell Precision 5540, 7540 and 7740 mobile workstations will be available on Dell.com from early July. Prices will begin at $1339 (approx Rs 93,200), $1149 (approx Rs 80,00) and $1409 (approx 98,200) respectively.
The Dell Precision rack workstations unveiled at Computex 2019 included the Precision 3930 and the 1U rack workstation. Dell notes that the former is designed as a solution for customers running complex application environments like interactive design and large data set analysis. The 1U rack workstation is said to offer scalability and has been updated to Intel Xeon E or 9th Gen Core processors. It now also offers up to 128GB memory and up to one double-width 295W of Nvidia Quadro or AMD Radeon Pro professional graphics support.
The Dell Precision 3930 Rack will be available on Dell.com from mid-July, starting at $879 (approx Rs 61,200).
The Dell Precision 3630 and 3430 tower workstations offer up to 128GB or 64GB of 2666Mhz ECC or non-ECC memory respectively. The Precision 3630 offers up to 16Gb video memory with Quadro P5000 graphics. Buyers also have the option of an AMD Radeon Pro WX7100.
The Dell Precision 3630 and Precision 3431 Tower Workstation will be available on Dell.com from mid-July and mid-June, starting at $609 (approx Rs 42,431) for both.