Dell Precision 5530 business version of the XPS 9570 now official, Quadro P1000/P2000 graphics in tow
The new Dell Precision 5530 is finally official, but it will only be available in the second half of next month. If everything works as planned, this 15.6-inch mobile workstation should hit the market on May 22, with an MSRP starting at US$1,449. Before moving on, we must advise you to take a closer look at the new Dell XPS 9570. The Precision 5530 is basically the same, only that it lacks the NVIDIA Quadro graphics options.
Available in Platinum Silver or Brushed Onyx finish, the Dell Precision 5530 comes with a comprehensive list of hardware and software choices. These are the highlights worth being mentioned:
- Intel Core i9-8950HK/i7-8850H/i5-8400H/i5-8300H
- up to 32 GB DDR4 2,666 MHz
- NVIDIA Quadro P1000/P2000 with 4 GB GDDR5 memory
- 15.6-inch FHD IGZO 4 with 72 percent color gamut/UHD IGZO 4 touchscreen with 100 percent minimum Adobe color gamut
- support for SSD + HDD, up to 2 TB + 2 TB in multiple configurations
- 1 x Thunderbolt 3 and 2 x USB 3.0 with PowerShare
- optional Computrace support
- 14.06 x 9.27 x 0.45 - 0.66 inches
- 3.93 pounds with FHD display and a single SSD
Depending on the market and the hardware/software setup chosen, the US$1,449 price tag mentioned earlier may vary. Although the Precision lineup is widely known as a family of Windows portables, the Dell Precision 5530 comes with the following operating system choices: Windows 10 Home 64/Pro 64/Pro for Workstations 64, Ubuntu 16.04 SP1, and Red Hat 7.5.
More information about the available configurations and their prices will be available upon launch. Until then, feel free to drop a comment below describing your hardware and software dream setup for the Dell Precision 5530.