Dell Precision T1500 — The World’s First Workstation Built for AutoCAD
Dell, the world’s leading workstation vendor for the past 9 years3, has extended its partnership with Autodesk to deliver the first workstation built from the ground-up to take advantage of AutoCAD’s powerful 2D and 3D features. The entry-level Dell Precision T1500 is one of the company’s smallest single-socket workstations that offers customers an ideal 2D and 3D design solution for digital content creation, biosciences and CAD professionals and is certified for AutoCAD. Product highlights include:
The Dell Precision T1500 workstation, tailored and designed for businesses of all sizes, is available starting today at prices from $949. More details are available at www.dell.com/precision.
Dell OptiPlex 780 — Stability and Management
Organizations that demand versatile mainstream desktop computing and robust remote systems management will find a cost-effective solution in the new OptiPlex™ 780 desktops. The corporate desktop empowers IT managers in medium and large organizations with Intel vPro™ streamlined remote systems management, data and asset-security solutions with the kind of serviceability that helps keep staff productive.
The OptiPlex 780 offers a breadth of configuration options, so users can build a customized solution that works for their unique business needs including management, security and productivity. The OptiPlex 780 is available starting at prices from $544. More details are available at www.dell.com/optiplex.
Microsoft Windows 7 — New OS Support & Migration Services
Dell has been working very closely with Microsoft during the development and testing of Windows 7 for the past 12 months. Dell has spent thousands of hours on hundreds of Dell systems to help ensure hardware compatibility. The company has made drivers available for commercial customers that are testing and certifying the operating system.
On Oct. 22, Dell will offer a comprehensive lineup of commercial laptops and desktops, including OptiPlex desktops, Latitude laptops and Dell Precision workstations, with Windows 7. In addition, Dell offers end-to-end solutions with a single point of contact for hardware, software, services and on-going support. With the pending launch of Windows 7, Dell ProConsult™, ProManage™ and ProSupport™4 services can help customers easily develop an OS migration strategy.
“Dell is introducing ground-breaking innovations that mark many industry firsts,” said Steve Lalla, vice president and general manager, Business Client Product Group, Dell, Inc. “We’re delivering robust solutions to solve real customer needs. We are committed to our core business and expanding our product line to meet the needs of our customers when they are ready to refresh or add to their existing infrastructure.”
“The Dell Latitude Z laptop combines a thin, lightweight design with full-featured functionality. With a two solid-state drive option, a built-in camera, microphone array, and a large, gorgeous screen, it has pretty much everything you could want from an all-in-one mobile laptop,” said Michael Keithley, CIO, Creative Artists Agency.
1 Weights vary with configuration and manufacturing variability.
2 Multi-day battery life requires optional upgraded battery. Based on lab testing. Varies by configuration, operating conditions and other factors. Maximum battery capacity decreases with time and use.
3 Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Workstation Tracker August 2009 (unit shipments)
4 Availability and terms of Dell Services vary by region. For more information, visit www.dell.com/servicedescriptions.
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