Dell makes its workstation notebook series fit for the model year 2022 and has introduced a total of five new Dell Precision devices. Among them is the Precision 5470, which is the world’s most powerful 14-inch workstation, according to the manufacturer. We have summarized all the information from the livestream.
Dell Precision 3570, 3571, 5470, 5471 and 5770 presented
Dell has unveiled a whole five new models of the Precision series in a livestream, which are supposed to excel especially in terms of superior reliability and security. First up is the Dell Precision 3570, which is said to offer a superior and seamless user experience thanks to Independent Software Vendor (ISV) certification. Adding to that is “outstanding battery life” that can quickly charge the battery thanks to ExpressCharge and ExpressCharge Boost. Wi-Fi 6 or 6E and 4G LTW are also on board in terms of connectivity.
The Precision 3570 is offered in various configurations of the 1st generation Intel Core processor, including the Core i5-1235U, i5-1245U, all the way up to the i7-1280P with 24MB of cache, 6 + 8 cores, 20 threads, and clock speeds ranging from 1.80 GHz to 4.80 GHz.
Furthermore, the workstation can be equipped with up to 64 GB DDR5 RAM (4,800 MHz clock rate) in dual-channel mode and up to 2 TB M.2 SSD storage. Optionally, an NVIDIA T550 (4GB GDDR6) or an NVIDIA RTX A500 (4GB GDDR6) are also available in terms of the graphics card.
When it comes to the display, the 3570 relies on a 15-inch panel that is offered with a maximum 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The maximum brightness is 400 nits, while the sRGB color space is completely covered. Optionally, the notebook is also available with a Full HD touchscreen, but then only with 250 nits of brightness.
More performance around Dell Precision 3571
Those who need even more performance can reach for the Dell Precision 3571 notebook. It offers largely the same features as the 3570, but is also optionally offered with an Intel Core i9-12900H complete with 14 cores, 20 threads and a clock speed of 2.50 GHz to 5.00 GHz.
Additional options are also available for the system memory. In addition to a 2.5-inch SATA HDD with a capacity of up to one terabyte, the manufacturer also installs an – optionally encrypted – M.2 SSD with up to 2 TB of storage or a maximum of 1 TB as a self-encrypting drive.
In terms of graphics options, besides Intel Iris Xe, the NVIDIA T600 (4GB, GDDR6) or NVIDIA RTX A1000 and NVIDIA RTX A2000 (both also with 8GB, GDDR6) are optionally available. The Precision 3571 relies on a 15.6-inch Full HD display with 60 hertz, which is also offered as a touchscreen. There is also the option for a 4K UHD panel without touch functionality. The battery capacity is either 64 WHr including ExpressCharge and the option for particularly high longevity (“Long Lifecycle) or 97 WHr.
Dell Precision 5470: The world’s most powerful 14-inch workstation
Perhaps the most exciting model in the lineup, on the other hand, marks the Dell Precision 5470, which the manufacturer claims is the world’s most powerful, smallest and thinnest 14-inch workstation.
The notebook weighs less than 1.5 kg and relies on a 12th-generation Intel Core processor from the H-series, which is both Intel Evo and Intel vPro certified. It comes loaded with up to 64 GB of DDR5 RAM and a maximum of 4 TB of system storage, and has an optional NVIDIA RTX A1000 graphics card.
To tame this extra power, Dell has developed a new type of cooling system that fits inside the compact case without sacrificing storage options or Thunderbolt 4 ports. Thanks to the patented “Dual Opposite Outlet fan technology”, the Precision 5470 can easily handle complex tasks at high speeds.
The notebook relies on a 14-inch Infinity Edge display that features a hardware-based Low Bluelight Filter (ComfortView Plus) and is also equipped with Wi-Fi 6E.
Dell Precision 5770: Full power
The top model of the series is called Dell Precision 5770. The manufacturer relies on a 17-inch InfinityEdge display, which is also optionally available in 4K resolution. It has a brightness of 500 nits and covers the Adobe color space by 100% and the DCI-P3 color space by 99%.
With the generation Intel Core i9-12900H CPU and up to 64 GB DDR5 working memory, there is plenty of power. A maximum of 4TB of M.2 2280 SSD storage and an NVIDIA RTX A3000 with 12GB GDDR6 (60W) or an NVIDIA RTX A2000 with 8GB GDDR6 (60W) round out the workstation’s specifications.
Pricing and Availability
The new workstations in Dell’s Precision lineup are expected to make their way to retailers in April 2022. However, the manufacturer has not yet revealed details about the prices of the five new models. These are to be provided at the market launch.