Dell Precision 3480, 3580, and 3581 mobile workstations unveiled with 13th gen Intel Raptor Lake processors and up to RTX Ada Generation graphics
Dell has announced the Precision 3480, 3580, and 3581 mobile workstations with the latest Intel 13th-gen Raptor Lake processors and up to discreet RTX Ada Generation GPUs from NVIDIA. All three laptops pack a similar design with key differences being the screen size and the internals.
First up, the Precision 3480 is the smallest of the bunch as it boasts a 14-inch panel which, on the highest end configuration, covers 100% of the sRGB gamut and rocks 400 nits of brightness. Other notable hardware details include up to a Core i7-1370P CPU with Intel vPro, an optional NVIDIA RTX A500 4 GB graphics, up to 64 GB of DDR5-4800 RAM, and 2 TB of PCIe Gen 4 storage.
Finally, the Dell Precision 3480 is powered by a 54 Wh battery on high-end SKUs.
Moving on to the Precision 3580, the laptop features almost the same internal hardware as the Precision 3480. The key differences between the laptops are the faster SSDs for the top models and a 15.6-inch display in the case of the Precision 3580.
Last but not the least, the Precision 3581 is the most powerful of the bunch as it rocks a Core i5-13500H on the entry-level and up to a Core i9-13900H CPU on the highest-end config. Additionally, the Precision 3581 can also be equipped with up to an RTX 2000 Ada Generation GPU with 8 GB of VRAM and a whopping 97 Wh battery.
That said, the RAM and storage combo on the Precision 3581 follows the other two notebooks with options for up to 64 GB of DDR5-4800 memory and 2 TB of PCIe Gen 4 storage.
The Precision 3480, 3580, and 3581 workstation laptops are available to buy right now with starting prices of US$1,439, US$1,459, and US$1,699 respectively.