Dell’s Precision mobile workstations have been upgraded to the latest Intel 8th Gen Intel Core and Xeon processors, AMD Radeon WX or NVIDIA Quadro graphics, 3200MHz SuperSpeed memory, and more to handle CPU and graphics intensive workloads. Both workstations can be configured with up to 128GB of RAM as well. While the 7530 is “Ready for VR,” the 7730 is optimized for AI and machine learning development.
The Precision 5530 mobile workstations both offer Dell’s InfinityEdge 4K Ultra HD displays. The 2-in-1 version includes a 4,096 pressure point sensitive Dell Premium Pen, a MagLev Keyboard design, and Ultra-thin GORE Thermal Insulation to prevent the workstation from overheating. The Precision 5530, on the other hand, weighs just under 4 pounds and offers configurations which include NVIDIA Quadro P2000 graphics, 32GB of 2666MHz RAM, and up to 4TB of SSD storage. The Dell Precision 3530 also comes equipped wit h8th Gen Intel Core or Xeon processors, as well as NVIDIA Quadro P600 graphics, a 92WHr battery, and HDMI 2.0, Thunderbolt, and VGA ports for maximum mobility and productivity.
The Dell Precision 3530, 5530, 7530, 7730 are available globally on May 22 starting at $1,059 USD/$1,349 CDN, $1,459 USD/$1,479 CDN, $1,119USD/$1,529 CDN and $1,519 USD/$1,939 CDN. Pricing and availability for the Dell Precision 5530 2-in-1 will be coming soon.
Dell’s Latitude 5491 and 5591 offer up to 19 hours of battery life while running on 8th Gen i5 or i7 Core vPro processors, 2666MHz memory, and NVIDIA graphics. These laptops also offer various security options including FIPS 201 Smart Card readers, Intel Authenticate, VMWare Workspace ONE, Dell Client Command Suite, and more. Part of Dell’s Legacy of Good Program, the Latitude 5491 and 5591 are manufactured with reclaimed carbon fibre.
The Dell Latitude 5491 and 5591 will be available globally on May 22 starting at $899USD/$1,159CDN and $999USD/$1,289 CDN.
Dell is offering up three Optiplex All-in-Ones in 21.5, 23.8, and 27-inch display configurations. The OptiPlex 7760 AIO and 7460 AIO both feature Dell’s InfinityEdge display, with the 7760 available in an optional glare-free 4K UHD display with HDR and High-Gamut sRGB. For those who enjoy a touchscreen display, the OptiPlex 5260 offers an optional 10 point multi-touch display. The AIO series is configurable with up to 8th Gen Intel Core vPro processors, up to 32GB DDR4 RAM, optional Intel Optane memory, and a pop-up webcam for full HD video collaboration or Windows Hello sign-on functionality.
The OptiPlex Tower, Small Form Factor, and Micro desktops are available with 8th Gen Intel Core processors, up to 64GB DDR4 memory (up to 32GB for the OptiPlex 3060), NVIDIA or AMD graphics, and multiple SSD and hard drive options.
The OptiPlex 7460, 7760 and 5260 All-In-Ones will be available globally on May 22 starting at $1.069 USD/$1,379 CDN (7460 AIO), $1,229 USD/$1,579 CDN (7760 AIO) and $869 USD/$1,119 CDN (5260 AIO) while the OptiPlex 3060 and 7060 Towers, Small Form Factors and Micros will start at $499 USD/$649 CDN (3060 SFF) and $639 USD/$829 CDN (7060 MFF) and the OptiPlex XE3 Towers and Small Form Factors will start at $639 USD/$839 CDN.
Dell P-Series Monitors
Finally, Dell is rounding out their business-focused updates with new P-Series monitors which offer a thin profile, small base, USB-C option, wide viewing angles, consistent colour, and more in an ultra-thin bezel design. Dell’s new Dual Monitor Stand also makes it easy to mount two 27-inch monitors for increased workstation setup flexibility.
The P-Series monitors will be available globally on June 25 starting at $229.99 USD/$289.99 CDN and USB-C versions will be available globally on July 23 starting at $279.99 USD/$339.99 CDN on Dell.ca, and Dell Dual Monitor Stand (MDS19) will be available globally on June 19 at $189.99 USD/$239.99 CAD.