Dell has announced that it will launch more Ubuntu Linux computers on the market. There are three mobile workstations with high-end specifications. The whole family comes with Ubuntu 18.04, which is the most recent LTS version of Ubuntu. They also support Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Workstation 8.
First of all, there is the Precision 5540, which is the lightest variant in the laptop family, writes ZDNet. The laptop comes with an Intel Xeon E or 9th Gen Intel Core 8 core processor, along with 4 TB of storage and up to 64 GB of memory. The laptop is also able to support up to one NVIDIA Quadro T2000 (4GB) for the 15.6 inch InfinityEdge OLED screen and 14 inch chassis. The laptop is available from $1,100.
Also new is the Precision 7450 mobile workstation. This is the big brother of the 5540 and also comes with an Intel Xeon E or 9th Gen Intel Core 8-core processor. However, the memory is larger with up to 128 GB of 2666 MHz ECC memory. The screen has the same size at 15.6 inches, but is a UHD HDR 400 screen. This screen has a resolution of up to 8K and supports playback of HDR content via a Display Port 1.4.
This laptop is available from $1,300.
Most impressive, however, is the Precision 7740, with the latest Intel Xeon E or 9th Gen Intel Core 8 processors. This laptop has up to 128 GB of ECC memory and a large PCIe SSD storage capacity of up to 8 TB. It also features the latest NVIDIA Quadro RTX graphics up to RTX5000, and offers real-time ray tracing and graphics-based AI acceleration for side 17.3-inch UltraSharp UGH IGZO display.
The laptop must also be available with the next-generation AMD Radeon Pro processor. The 7740 is for sale from $1,400.
The laptops have not yet appeared on the market, but will come to the shops at the beginning of July.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.