This week, Dell unveiled a significant number of new business desktops and workstations (along with several laptops, a tablet, and other new “solutions”) – 24 business computing solutions in total – in what Dell is calling the company’s largest business-related unveiling to date.
As a part of this business lineup, Dell adds the OptiPlex 990, 790, and 390 series of desktops, along with an OptiPlex all-in-one desktop. The workstations that will be added include the Precision T1600, M6600, and M4600 series.
The Dell OptiPlex family of desktops are designed to provide stable, “tool free” access to hardware and components and will have the new Intel vPro processor technology to help users save money and run certain software more efficiently.
The new Precision workstations will feature a tool free chassis, AutoCAD and Pro/Engineer software, a 2nd generation Intel Core or Xeon processor, and Intel HD, AMD or NVIDIA graphics.
The two new Dell Precision mobile workstations, the M6600 and M4600, are skewed more toward the high-end business user who needs higher-end workstation performance and usability.
Dell will also strive to offer help in automating menial business-related IT tasks and solve security issues with Dell KACE appliances and new services.
The OptiPlex 390 desktops will start at $650 USD while the Precision T1600 workstation will start at $840 USD. Additional pricing and information on individual availability on the rest of the desktops and workstations will be released from Dell in the upcoming weeks.