1Dell Targets Enterprises With Array of New Desktops, Notebooks
Dell has unveiled a new line of devices for corporate users that it says, will help enterprises balance its desire to keep employees productive and maintain strong security while giving them access to the latest PC technology. Those are the goals of the new desktops, mobile workstations, convertibles and monitors Dell announced on April 24 .These computers can be configured with Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro depending on buyer’s needs. They can also run the Ubuntu and Red Hat Linux distributions. The new models include improved data encryption and data security along with support for virtual reality, and augmented reality. This slide show will cover some of the details in these new Dell PC models.
2Dell Packs High End Features in Precision 7730 Notebook
Dell’s Precision 7730 is a mobile workstation with a 17-inch screen featuring Intel’s eighth-generation Core and Xeon processors. Users can choose between AMD’s Radeon WX or Nvidia’s Quadro graphics cards and can bundle up to 128GB of memory in the device. Dell’s 7730 is expected to hit store shelves on May 22 for $1,519.
3Dell Precision 7530 Is Powerful, More Compact
Dell’s Precision 7530 comes with many of the same features users would find in the 7730, including Intel’s eighth-generation Core or Xeon processors and AMD or Nvidia graphics. However, the 7530 is virtual-reality compatible and can accommodate up to 6TB of onboard storage. It comes with a 15-inch screen and will cost $1,119 to start when it’s released on March 22.
4Dell Calls Precision 5530 World’s Smallest 15-Inch Convertible
The Dell Precision 5530 2-in-1 has a 15-inch screen that can be used both as a notebook and a tablet. The device has a 360-degree hinge for quick conversion from one mode to another and its display has a 4K Ultra HD resolution. It comes with Dell’s Premium Pen stylus and has thermal insulation to keep it running cool. Dell hasn’t announced pricing or availability on the convertible.
5Precision 5530 Mobile Workstation Include 15-Inch Screen
The Dell Precision 5530 is similar in design to the convertible but more of a typical mobile workstation. The device features a 15-inch touch screen and can be configured with Nvidia’s Quadro P2000 graphics cards. It can also run up to 32GB of memory with memory speeds of 2666MHz. According to Dell, the Precision 5530 weighs just 3.9 pounds and offers up to 4TB of storage. It’s launching on May 22 for $1,459.
6There’s New Dell Latitude Notebooks Too
Dell unveiled two new Latitude notebooks on April 24: the Latitude 5491 and Latitude 5591. While both devices come with typical notebook designs, the 5491has a 14-inch screen and up to a full-HD resolution, compared to the 15.6-inch, full-HD option in the 5591. Both machines run on eighth-generation Intel Core processors and allow for up to 1TB of storage. They can also be configured with 32GB of RAM. The machines will be available on May 22. The Latitude 5491 will cost $899 and the Latitude 5591 will set customers back $999.
7OptiPlex 7760 All-In-One Desktop Has 27-Inch Screen
Those on the lookout for a new all-in-one might consider the Dell OptiPlex 7760. The desktop has a 27-inch screen that features a 4K Ultra HD resolution. The computer runs on Intel’s eight-generation Core processors and supports up to 32GB of memory. It also features a pop-up webcam to enhance user privacy. Companies can configure the desktop with an infrared camera for Windows Hello compatibility. The computer is launching on May 22 for $1,229.
8Dell OptiPlex 5260 Includes Smaller Screen, Lower Price
If it’s a lower cost desktop customers are after, the Dell OptiPlex 5260 is a reasonable choice. The computer has a 21.5-inch screen and offers 10-point multi-touch. It ships with the eighth-generation Intel Core processor and has up to 32GB of memory. There’s an optional pop-up webcam feature and USB-C ports for adding another monitor or attaching external drives. The OptiPlex 5260 will be available on May 22 for $869.
9P-Series Monitors Go Easy on Desktop Space
In addition to new computers, Dell unveiled new monitors in its P line of displays. The screens range in size from 22 to 27 inches and have a compact monitor base so they don’t take up as much room on the desk top. They have 178-degree wide viewing angles and a ComfortView feature reduces eye strain. The monitors will begin shipping on June 25 for a starting price of $230. Those who want the USB-C-compatible options will find them available on July 23 for a starting price of $280.
10Dell Data Guardian Supports Two Layers of Encryption
Security has been baked into all the machines and solutions Dell unveiled on April 24. Dell’s Data Guardian service, for instance, has been updated to enhance how companies enforce controls across devices. The service can also be used to safeguard files, folders, and apps. Dell Encryption now offers support for the National Security Agency’s Commercial Solutions for Classified Program, which requires two layers of encryption to safeguard data. Both services are compatible with Dell’s new machines.
11Dell Offers Support Services for Corporate Customers
To attract corporate customers, Dell is offering a variety of support and deployment services with its new machines. The company’s ProDeploy Client Suite allows companies to enlist the help of Dell partners to lead their deployments across the company. ProSupport Client Suite is available to end users to reduce downtime and find quick, automated solutions to standard woes.