Dell have refreshed their range of commercially-orientated Latitude, OptiPlex and Precision series of portable PCs.
According to Robert Vinokurov, General Manager for the Client Solutions Group at Dell Australia and New Zealand, “The global workforce is changing – it’s estimated that up to 45% of existing jobs will be automated by 2025 – and Australian businesses need to adapt. Across the region, workplaces are rapidly feeling the need to transform their technology to suit the changing ways employees work, and enable them to be more productive. We’re working with our customers to transform all aspects of their business, to ensure they are equipped to reach their business goals.”
“Creating a digital workspace is an imperative for modern organisations, but brings with it many security concerns for IT teams. Recent research from Forrester found that employees’ demand for flexible technology options are a major security headache for 71% of APJ organisations. We are addressing these concerns with enhancements to Dell Data Guardian and Dell Encryption, and new security solutions to protect organisational data at rest and in motion.”
In 2018, the OEM will be offering a range of PCs for enterprise use. They say their new Precision workstations are smaller and lighter than last year's crop while their new refreshed lineup of Latitude laptops promise longer battery life and improved data security features.
Dell also several new OptiPlex desktops and all-in-one PCs. According to them, "OptiPlex has evolved as the industry’s leading desktop brand to deliver the most reliable and innovative form factors to meet the needs of professionals who value the expandability and power of a desktop."
The new lineup includes the OptiPlex 7760 AIO (boasting a 27-inch InfinityEdge with optional glare-free 4K Ultra HD with HDR and High-Gamut sRGB or Full HD IPS with touch display, discrete graphics and quad mic array), OptiPlex 7460 AIO (which offers a 23.8-inch InfinityEdge display), OptiPlex 5260 AIO (which features 21.5-inch display with an optional 10 point multi-touch display) and the OptiPlex 3050 AIO (incorporates a 19.5-inch Wide Viewing Angle (WLED) display with HD+).
Finally, Dell say their new ultra-thin P-series monitors "deliver a virtually seamless viewing experience in multi-display configurations."
Dell Latitude 5491 and 5591 will be available globally on dell.com on May 17 starting at USD$899 and USD$999.
OptiPlex 7460, 7760 and 3050 All-In-Ones will be available globally on dell.com on May 22 starting at USD$1129, USD$1299.
OptiPlex 3060, 5060, 7060 and XE3 Towers, Small Form Factors and Micros will be available globally on dell.com on May 22 starting at USD$599.99 (5060 Micro)
Dell Precision 3530, 5530, 7530, 7730 will be available on dell.com on May 22 starting at USD$1049, USD$1149, USD$1189 and USD$1509.
Pricing and availability for the Dell Precision 5530 2-in-1 will be coming soon.
P-Series monitors will be available globally on June 25, 2018 starting at USD$229.99 and USB-C versions will be available globally on July 23, 2018 starting at USD$279.99 on dell.com.