Dell is a renowned name in the list of PC developers and manufacturers and today it is one of the best PC brands in the world. Its devices are creatively designed and intelligently built which stay at the top of their performance for long. Recently Dell has made some impressive announcements in its laptop range.
Ahead of CES 2017, Dell announced its new range of laptops including XPS 13 2-in-1, Latitude 2-in-1 business laptop, new Alienware and Inspiron 7000 Gaming laptops. In the event that will be held in Los Vegas, Dell has more in its lineup to showcase. Alongside a new Canvas device, it may unveil a range of new Latitude, OptiPlex, and Precision devices. Dell revealed the new Latitude 7285 2-in-1 detachable laptop, Latitude 7280 and Latitude 7480 models, OptiPlex 7050 desktop, Precision 5520 laptop, Precision 5720 all-in-one model, Precision 7720, and Dell Canvas.
The company has expanded its all-new Dell Latitude 7000 Series and announced two more models of this series: Latitude 7280 and Latitude 7480. Both the Latitude models include touch finger print reader and sport optional multi-factor authentication options, FIPS 201 Smart Card Reader, and contactless smart card reader/NFC with Control Vault 2 FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification. Display screen of the Latitude 7280 and Latitude 7480 laptop models will be featuring 12.5-inch and 14-inch screen sizes respectively. They will be in HD and full-HD screen resolution options and their top-end model will be featuring Corning Gorilla Glass. Seventh generation Intel Core vPro processors with DDR4L RAM up to 2133MHz will be empowering both the models and both of them will be available in non-backlit and backlit keyboard options.
The Latitude 7280 and Latitude 7480 laptop will be having Intel’s Integrated HD Graphics GT2 GPU along with either Windows 10 or Ubuntu OS options. Dell has revealed the cost of the Latitude 7480 model which will start at $1,099, however, it hasn’t ponder light upon the cost of the new Latitude 7280 and Latitude 7480 models and it is promoting them as “premium business-class Ultrabooks” for commercial use case. Dell also revealed the new Latitude 7285 2-in-1 detachable laptop and the company claims that it will be the first wireless charging keyboard.
The new Latitude 7285 2-in-1 detachable laptop will be available with seventh generation Intel Core i and Core ivPro processors coupled with Intel HD 615 GPU and up to 8/16GB 1600MHz of RAM. Dell has integrated a 12.3-inch touch Sharp IGZO display with 2880×1920 pixels and Corning Gorilla Glass 4 on top. It includes an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 720p front-facing camera (with Infrared) and will be available with Windows 10 Home and Pro editions. The Latitude 7285 2-in-1 gives you options in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB SSD and while will also come in 256GB SED (self-encrypting drive) option and it will also feature 2x USB Type C Thunderbolt 3 ports. There is no idea about the cost of the Dell Latitude 7285 2-in-1 and it will be available starting May.
Dell introduced its new OptiPlex 7050 desktop in three sizes: the tower, small form factor, and micro and the new OptiPlex 7050 desktop will be available with seventh generation Intel Core i7 processors. The new OptiPlex 7050 desktop will support Microsoft’s Windows 10 Home and Pro editions as well as Ubuntu operating system. The micro will include two DIMM slots and the tower and small form factor of the OptiPlex 7050 will pack four DIMM slots. It will support hybrid disk drives and hard disk drives of up to 2TB. The Dell OptiPlex 7050 micro may be available at a starting price of $679 and may be available for buying from February 17. Dell has not disclosed prices for the tower and small form factor as of now.
Dell also announced Precision 5520 laptop and claims that it’s “world’s thinnest, lightest and smallest 15-inch mobile workstation in a stunning design.” This model will include the latest seventh generation Intel Core and Intel Xeon processors as well as Nvidia Quadro professional graphics card alongside 2400MHz DDR4 memory. Dell has integrated the higher capacity battery on the Precision 5520 laptop that may survive through day of use and it also supports up to 2TB SSD storage. The display screen of the Dell Precision 5520 laptop is of 15.6-inch UltraSharp full-HD IPS (1920×1080 pixels) with anti-glare LED-backlit along with in touch option. The company has been priced Dell Precision 5520 laptop at $1,399.
Dell also has expanded its Precision series and launched the Precision 5720 all-in-one model. This model will be featuring a 27-inch UltraSharp 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160 pixels) display with 100 percent Adobe RGB color gamut, with an optional touch display with articulating stand, and Dell PremiereColour. The AIO will also be featuring Jack Joseph Puig Signature Series powered by Waves MaxxAudio Pro audio solution sporting front and down firing speakers. The Precision 5720 AIO will be powered by seventh generation Intel Core and Xeon E3-1200 v6 series processors along with AMD Radeon Pro GPU. Moreover, this series will also be VR Ready. Windows 10 Pro and Ubuntu operating system options will be powering its performance. It will be available with up to 64GB 2133MHz Non-ECC DDR4 memory. The Dell Precision 5720 AIO will go on sale in April and may come at a starting price of $1,599.99.
Dell is promoting its Precision 7720 as the company’s first “VR-ready mobile workstation” which sports a 17.3-inch full-HD (1920×1080 pixels) UltraSharp IPS display with anti-glare backlit with up to 64GBDDR4 DDR4 2400MHz memory. It is available in two options with latest seventh generation Intel Core and Intel Xeon processors alongside gives you choice of choosing between NVIDIA Quadro or Radeon Pro graphics cards. This VR-ready model supports RAID and up to 4TB storage. The Dell Precision 7720 will go on sale next month and has been priced at $1,799.
Dell also unveiled the new Canvas system and the company is promoting it as a new horizontal “do” surface as this professional space can be used through touch interaction, a pen, and totems. The new Canvas system sports a 27-inch QHD Adobe RGB display with anti-glare Corning Gorilla Glass for durability and the has added a highly-precise pen which will be very convenient for sketching and drawing something, plus it also supports dual-handed productivity. For making it more easy-to-use, Dell Canvas 27 supports 20 points of touch recognition and the 27-inch IPS display comes with a screen resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. The Dell has priced Canvas at $1799 and will be available starting March.
Dell also revealed its first 32-inch 8K monitor with Dell PremierColor and the company claims that the 8K monitor can show content four times more than Ultra HD 4K resolution and 16 times more content than full-HD as it sports over 33.2 million pixels of resolution and a pixel density of 280ppi. Dell has been priced its first 32-inch 8K monitor at $4,999.99.
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