Dell launches the VR-ready Precision 5720 All-in-One workstation in India


Dell has launched what it claims is the world’s first All-in-One VR-ready workstation, the Precision 5720. As you would expect, the powerful All-in-One doesn’t come cheap. Prices start at Rs.1,09,000 for the base configuration.

The Precision 5720 comes with the option of a 7th Gen Intel Core Kaby Lake processor or an Intel Xeon processor to deliver maximum performance even when running the most demanding professional applications out there. To handle VR workloads, the All-in-One workstation is equipped with the latest AMD Radeon Pro graphics that can easily handle graphics-intensive tasks such as 3D rendering.

Moving on to the display, the Dell Precision 5720 features a 27-inch 4K resolution display with 100% Adobe RGB gamut coverage and over 1 billion colors. Optionally, you can also get a touch-enabled display with the same 4K resolution and wide color gamut support. For multi-monitor setups, it can support up to three additional 4K UHD displays running at 60Hz. The All-in-One also boasts an impressive sound system with two tweeters, four full range drivers, two passive radiators, and two down-firing full range speakers producing 50W per channel.

At Dell, we are committed to constantly revolutionising our technology to deliver the best products and services, in line with the evolution of customer needs. The launch of the Precision 5720 All-in-One is a testimony to our belief in the legacy of Dell’s Precision range, which offers the best-in-class experience for creative minds to bring their ideas to life. We are proud to offer the world’s first VR capable AIO supporting professional graphics and staying true to Precision’s legacy of powering some of the greatest projects, for customers who depend on quality design for success – and what better time to do this than the 20th anniversary of the product line, said Indrajit Belgundi, General Manager, Client Solutions Group at Dell India.

[Via: BGR India]

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