Dell on Thursday released its redesigned set of Dell Precision mobile workstations.
The latest portfolio comes up 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 graphics section includes a combination of AMD and NVIDIA. New screen options include PremierColor 4k Ultra HD displays with 100 percent minimum Adobe RGB color gamut. Full HD and UHD options on the InfinityEdge display offers a borderless screen to give a 15.6″ viewing area.
“We worked 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 exterior of the workstations are made of carbon fiber and aluminium. Dell said this generation of workstations are made thinner, lighter, yet durable. It also carries new battery design and thermal technology.
The company said the new systems are ISV-certified and come with Dell Precision Optimizer, now with SCCM integration. It added that the new 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.
Dell also upgraded the entry fixed line of Dell Precision tower solutions.
Regarding availability, Dell said the new Precision workstations are expected to be available in the U.S. in the fourth quarter of this year. The new Dell UltraSharp 25 monitor will be available for purchase starting at $649.99 and the Dell UltraSharp 27 monitor will be available for purchase starting at $899.99.
In September, Dell announced its latest networking portfolio for campus and data centers. The enterprise networking vendor said the new campus architecture will be powered by the new Dell Networking C9010 Network Director switch and companion C1048P Rapid Access Node.