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Dell expands Precision workstation portfolio

September 10, 2013
Dell expands Precision workstation portfolio
ROUND ROCK, TX — Dell (www.dell.com) has expanded its workstation portfolio with new mobile and tower releases. The Dell Precision M4800, M6800, T3610, T5610 and T7610 are designed to run leading content creation software and have been updated with the latest high-performance, workstation-class processors, graphics, storage, and display technology.

The Dell Precision M4800 brings a 15.6-inch Quad HD+ IGZO panel to the workstation market, with higher resolution than the Apple MacBook Pro Retina display. The M6800 mobile workstation can be configured with an optional 10-finger Wacom multi-touch 17.3-inch display. Dell is also offering WiGig wireless docking and has improved audio performance with Waves MaxxAudio Pro integration.

The new mobile workstations also deliver high performance with up to 16GB of 1866MHz memory, fourth-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processor options up to Core i7 Extreme Edition, and either AMD FirePro or Nvidia Quadro professional graphics. Both systems offer long batter life with a secondary slice battery.



Dell’s new tower workstations are designed for demanding software applications and include next generation workstation-class processors and professional graphics, Windows 8 factory installed, new Intel Cache Acceleration Software, PCIe SSDs, and updates to Dell’s Precision Performance Optimizer. The new tower portfolio includes the Dell Precision T1700 Small-Form Factor and Mini-Tower; the T3610 with advanced single CPU performance; the T5610, a high-power dual-processor workstation in a small footprint; and the T7610, which the company touts as “the world’s most powerful tower workstation.” The T7610 will offer up to 512GB system memory and power up to three high-end graphics cards, including up to two Nvidia Quadro K6000s cards. 

The new Dell Precision tower and mobile workstations will be available worldwide on September 12, with US prices starting at $1,099 for the T3610; $2,729 for the T5610; $3,059 for the T7610; $1,249 for the M4800; and $1,599 for the M6800. 



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