Dell upgrades its Precision workstation portfolio with Quadro RTX graphics

At Computex 2019 in Taipei, Dell today announced a new range of Precision workstations, from laptops to desktops.

The new mobile workstations include the Precision 5540, Precision 7540, and the Precision 7740. The 5540 is Dell's thinnest and lightest 15-inch mobile workstation, coming in a similar chassis to the XPS 15. That also means it has an InfinityEdge display It now includes Intel's Xeon E or ninth-gen Core processors, along with up to an Nvidia Quadro T2000.

The 7000 series is the premium lineup, including the 15-inch 7540 and the 17-inch 7740. The 15-inch model has an option for a UHD HDR400 screen, for tasks that require the most precise color. The graphics go up to a Quadro RTX 3000 with 6GB GDDR6, although if you go for the 17-inch model, you can get up to a Quadro RTX 5000 with 16GB GDDR6.

While Quadro RTX has existed for some time in desktops, Nvidia just announced it for mobile workstations this week. It allows for faster AI tasks, and real-time ray tracing, which will be great for rendering models more quickly.

Dell also announced minor refreshes for its Precision 3431 Tower, 3630 Tower, and 3930 Rack, including upgraded Intel CPUs.

The new Precision mobile workstations will be available in early July, with the 5540 starting at $1,339, the 7540 starting at $1,149, and the 7740 starting at $1,409. The Precision 3630 Tower is coming in mid-July starting at $609, the Precision 3431 Tower is coming in June also starting at $609, and the Precision 3930 Rack is coming in mid-July starting at $879.

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