Those lines. Those edges. The inescapable patterns of grill and USB ports. The new Dell Precision line is here, and although the marketing images look identical to the previous Precision line, these puppies carry a bit more pop than the predecessors. Surprised? Let’s have a look.
Just a few months after Dell released their SFF workstation and rack mounted solution, they’ve bumped the numbers on the mobile workstations with the new M4800 and M6800 and introduce the T3610, T5610 and T7610 Tower (of power) Workstations.
Dell M4800 & M6800
The mobile M4800 and M6800 get the new 4th gen Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, up to 32GB on the Memory and all the ports you need, including four USB 3.0 ports, one DisplayPort and an HDMI port. The M4800 has a fine 15.6 QHD screen throwing out 3200×1800 gorgeous pixels, while the higher-end M6800 is left with 17.3 inches of 1920×1080 multi-touch. We’ll forgive the lack of pixels with the M6800 able to hold 8GB on the GPU and four storage bays, while the M4800 keeps to 2GB GPU and only three drive bays. Price? These babies can be yours starting September 12th with configurations starting at $1,249 for the M4800 and $1,599 for the M6800. Not bad at all.
Dell T3610, T5610 and T7610 Towers
The new Precision towers get a new case design and easier access to components, including a tool-less power supply removal (can I get an amen). The whole line is updated with the latest, greatest Ivy Bridge-EP Xeon processors and as much GPU power you can afford. All the extra space is filled in with ports galore including nine USB 2.0 (3 Internal) ports and 4 USB 3.0 ports. You can pack in up to 128GB of memory on the two lower-end machines and up to 256GB on the T7610. All three are capable of stashing up to 3.0TB of 7200RPM storage. The spread on these is a bit wider with the T3610 rolling in at $1,099, the T5610 starting at $2,729 and the T7610 jumping to $3,059, also available September 12th. More details in the PR below!