Across its various portfolios, including Alienware, Dell Technologies has unveiled newly reimagined products to help users create and play from anywhere.
With an eye toward booming creator industries, Dell has revamped its Precision 5560, Precision 5760, XPS 15, and XPS 17 devices with a bevy of upgrades sure to empower creatives in all fields and at all experience levels. NVIDIA Studio, the latest RTX graphics, and color accurate InfinityEdge displays are the backbone of these new lightweight powerhouses. The true workhorse of the new models are the Precision 7000 Series mobile workstations, featuring 5G compatibility for the first time. These creator devices will be available in “early summer.”
The XPS 17 features a 17″ InfinityEdge displays in either 4K UHD+ or FHD+, and either a RTX 3050 or 3060 4GB GDDR6 graphics cards, 8-64GB of DDR4 Dual Channel SDRAM, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.1. The cheaper XPS 15 has a 15.6″ display in 4K UHD, 3.5K, or FHD+ options, powered by RTX 3050 cards. XPS 15 starts at $1199.99 USD, and the XPS 17 at $1399.99.
In the gaming arena, the new Alienware m15 R6 and Dell G15 systems will also feature 11th Gen Intel Core H-series mobile processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. Alienware is also gearing up to unveil the X Series—not to be confused with the Xbox Series X—later this summer, teasing its thinnest gaming laptops ever.
Dell also has new products for professionals in all areas, mindful of the growing importance of work-from-home and other hybrid working spaces. 11th Gen Intel Core processors will be added to devices in this sphere as well, such as the new OptiPlex PCs and Precision 3000 Series towers, while select Latitude, Precision, and XPS machines will receive further boosts like 5G, Thunderbolt 4, and 3200MHz memory. The new 32 4K USB-C Hub Monitor pairs nicely with these bulked-up workstations, as will the Premier Wireless ANC Headset.
Further, getting customized devices to customers will be faster and easier with the Dell Connected Provisioning service, utilizing the power of the cloud to reduce setup times drastically. The company is also continuing its pursuit of sustainability by expanding the use of bioplastics in new Latitude models 5421 and 5521 this summer. The OptiPlex 7090 Tower and 7090 Small Form Factor models are the world’s first PCs available with closed-loop recycled aluminum in the hard drive, as an optional feature.
All these exciting innovations are sure to help consumers keep up with rapidly changing work environments, and empower them to push their projects to the next level—whether that be a small business, a creative outlet, or a streaming setup. Look for these new Dell products to roll out into the summer.