New Dell Latitude laptops, Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops

    New Dell Latitude laptops, Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops

    New Dell Latitude laptops, Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops

    New intelligent PCs from Dell Technologies help professionals stay productive - anywhere

    Posted: 22 May 2020
    Dell Technologies recently unveiled new Dell Latitude laptops to boost productivity from anywhere, new Precision workstations to offer mission-critical reliability and power, and space-saving compact desktops with smart design and flexible configurations.

    Visit Dell Technologies to learn more.

    Boost productivity with the world’s most intelligent business PCs

    The new intelligent Latitude PCs and 2-in-1s are designed to adapt to how people work. The 9000 series and redesigned 7000 series feature premium craftsmanship, long battery life, and an expansive, four-sided narrow border display. The Latitude 9510, a lightweight, intelligent 15-inch business PC, offers a built-in 5G-ready design, up to 34 hours of battery life, and enhanced collaboration features. The Latitude 9410, a 14-inch business 2-in-1, provides flexible work modes and an edge-to-edge touch screen. Latitude devices offer power, performance, and global connectivity.



    New mobile workstations offer mission-critical reliability and more power—in smaller designs

    Designed to tackle intensive software applications, Dell’s reengineered, industry-leading Precision workstations feature thermal innovations to increase performance and run quiet and cool. Able to handle demanding workloads like graphics processing, data analysis, and CAD modeling, the Precision 5000 and 7000 series mobile workstations are ISV-certified and feature professional graphics from NVIDIA, as well as the latest Intel® Core™ and Xeon® processors.

    Creators and professionals who want design without the size and weight of a traditional mobile workstation, Dell Precision 5550 and 5750 offer the world’s smallest and thinnest 15-inch and 17-inch mobile workstations. For engineers, editors, scientists, and Firstline Workers running intensive workloads, Dell Precision 7550 and 7750 continue to be the world’s most powerful 15-inch and 17-inch mobile workstations, re-engineered with more power and intelligent performance with a smaller footprint.



    Save space with compact desktops

    Industries like healthcare and education rely on the dependability of fixed devices, which is why Dell launched redesigned OptiPlex towers and expanded all-in-ones. The OptiPlex 7780 provides larger displays in space-saving designs, while the OptiPlex 7080 Micro includes discrete graphics support to power 4K displays and 3D rendering—providing more performance in a miniature design.

    Work more securely

    The most secure PCs in the industry have become even more protected thanks to behavior-based threat detection at the BIOS level with Dell SafeBIOS Events & Indicators of Attack (IoA).

    Learn more about these products and more at Dell Technologies.


    Source: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/micr...ls-productive/



    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    22 May 2020

  1. Compumind's Avatar
    Posts : 2,162
    Windows 10 Pro x64, Various Linux Builds, Networking, Storage, Internet Security Specialty.
       #1

    Good information, thanks.

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  2. ddelo's Avatar
    Posts : 1,838
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #2

    The new trend:
    HP Sure Start, Dell SafeBIOS.... cool technologies at UEFI level, definitely protecting from attacks.
    But.....I wouldn't want to see what will happen, if an attack occurs.
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  3. jimbo45's Avatar
    Posts : 9,062
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #3

    Hi there

    Great stuff

    But aren't we with all this extra security in danger of Throwing the Baby out with the Bathwater.

    For Home users - this type of almost CIA / NSA level of security will probably cause more problems than it solves.

    Security is fine until you just can't do your (legitimate) work because of this type of stuff -- woe betide any home user if they need to fix this type of stuff.

    The most secure way of preventing hacks (apart from not using the internet at all) is to ensure that only legitimate requests go to your computer -- and that's fairly simple these days to do via your ROUTER's firewall -- most people overlook the quite sophisticated rules you can use in modern routers --even relatively cheap domestic ones. This also can include those cable boxes supplied via ISP's with built in routers -- for myself I always go for a separate sourced router even if on 100% fibre (10 Gb/s these days)

    Apart from that - it's glad to see with all this extra WFH that the sale of high quality laptops is increasing again -- in fact I'm sure when some people start returning to offices again they will moan that the work equipment is far inferior to what they have at home -- that was getting quite a common complaint even before Covid-19.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  4. Posts : 283
    Windows 10 (2), Win 8.1 (1), Win 7 (1)
       #4

    I purchased a business class HP mini desktop late last year which had something installed on it called "HP Sure Sense" which uses "AI" to detect malware. Well when it came up and said that Onedrive was malware, I said I don't think so and uninstalled it.

    JohnD
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  5. ddelo's Avatar
    Posts : 1,838
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #5

    Sure Sense is a different thing than Sure Start.
    Since you got such a new PC, everytime you boot you should be getting the "Protected by hp Sure Start" logo, which is hp's UEFI protection.
    FWIW, I always clean install all my hp laptops, to get rid of bloatware of such kind (Sure Sense etc).
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  6. Compumind's Avatar
    Posts : 2,162
    Windows 10 Pro x64, Various Linux Builds, Networking, Storage, Internet Security Specialty.
       #6

    ddelo said:
    Sure Sense is a different thing than Sure Start.
    Since you got such a new PC, everytime you boot you should be getting the "Protected by hp Sure Start" logo, which is hp's UEFI protection.
    FWIW, I always clean install all my hp laptops, to get rid of bloatware of such kind (Sure Sense etc).
    The marketing of every function is reaching an insane level!

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  7. ddelo's Avatar
    Posts : 1,838
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #7

    Compumind said:
    The marketing of every function is reaching an insane level!

    I couldn't agree more, Brian!
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  8. fireberd's Avatar
    Posts : 2,052
    Win 10
       #8

    I do field testing for Dell. I just finished testing a new XPS laptop with a 10th gen I7 and an SSD. Cold boot to the Windows log in screen in Win 10 is a ridiculous 43 seconds. Maybe "protection" built into this too? My Dell Inspiron 15 5577 gaming laptop with an 8th gen i5 takes less than half that amount of time for a cold boot. Same way with my Z170 ASUS ROG motherboard with an i7 6700K and SSD.
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  9. Trust_No1's Avatar
    Posts : 596
       #9

    jimbo45 said:
    Hi there

    Great stuff

    But aren't we with all this extra security in danger of Throwing the Baby out with the Bathwater.

    For Home users - this type of almost CIA / NSA level of security will probably cause more problems than it solves.

    Security is fine until you just can't do your (legitimate) work because of this type of stuff -- woe betide any home user if they need to fix this type of stuff.

    The most secure way of preventing hacks (apart from not using the internet at all) is to ensure that only legitimate requests go to your computer -- and that's fairly simple these days to do via your ROUTER's firewall -- most people overlook the quite sophisticated rules you can use in modern routers --even relatively cheap domestic ones. This also can include those cable boxes supplied via ISP's with built in routers -- for myself I always go for a separate sourced router even if on 100% fibre (10 Gb/s these days)

    Apart from that - it's glad to see with all this extra WFH that the sale of high quality laptops is increasing again -- in fact I'm sure when some people start returning to offices again they will moan that the work equipment is far inferior to what they have at home -- that was getting quite a common complaint even before Covid-19.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    I second this opinion, it's what I rely on. Router is my first and main defense.
      My Computer


 

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