Dell debuts new workstations, PCs, Alienware X Series, as well as new OptiPlex products made with recycled materials

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Inspired by a thriving creator industry, Dell has debuted new workstations, Windows 10 PCs and accessories designed to help create, play and do more from anywhere – aimed at sound engineers, photographers, animators, architects, fashion curators and those dabbling in VR/AR or 3D printing.[caption id="attachment_175662" align="aligncenter" width="1000"]Two Dell Precision 5760 laptops floating in mid-air showing front and back Dell Precision 5760[/caption]Creators will find significant performance gains to revamped Precision 5560, Precision 5760, XPS 15 and XPS 17 devices, packed with the latest 11th Gen Intel Core processors and Xeon mobile processors. Updated Precision 7000 Series mobile workstations now come with 5G capability options – a first for Dell’s mobile workstations.[caption id="attachment_175665" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Alienware m15 R6 open, seen from the back at an angle Alienware m15 R6[/caption]On the gaming front, Dell introduced the new Alienware m15 R6 and Dell G15 gaming systems with the latest 11th Gen Intel Core H-series mobile processors and the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series laptop GPUs, giving customers even more options to play. And later this summer, the brand-new Alienware X Series will feature a series of new, proprietary, thermal technologies to balance power and style in the thinnest gaming laptops the company has ever made.On the work and sustainability fronts, they’ve recently introduced a new line of OptiPlex PCs and updated the Precision 3000 Series towers, now available with the latest 11th Gen Intel Core processors.[caption id="attachment_175666" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Three Dell Latitude 5421 laptops open with one in the middle facing reader Latitude 5421[/caption]Dell’s 2030 Moonshot goal is a commitment to using renewable and recyclable materials across all product lines. With the new Latitude 5421 and 5521, available in early summer, the company has expanded the use of bioplastics and continues to explore opportunities to integrate more recycled and renewable materials.Read more about Dell’s latest lineup at Dell Technologies Blog.

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