Dell Unveils World’s First VR-Ready Precision 5720 All-in-One
Dell has recently announced the launch of 27-inch Precision 5720 All-in-One, which is the latest addition to its flagship line of Precision devices. Dell Precision 5720 is the world's first VR-ready AIO workstation aimed at the creative and design industries like Media and Entertainment, Architecture and Design, Health, and Manufacturing.
The Precision 5720 is powered by AMD Radeon Pro graphics and paired with Intel Kaby Lake or Xeon Processors for delivering top notch performance and stability in graphics-intensive tasks with ISV certifications, ECC memory and Dell Precision Optimizer.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Indrajit Belgundi, General Manager, Client Solutions Group, Dell, India said, "At Dell, we are committed to constantly revolutionizing 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."
Some of the noteworthy creative and design oriented features ported into the Dell Precision 5720 are as follows:
• The Dell Precision 5720 All-in-One is the only AIO to feature professional graphics: AMD Radeon™ Pro graphics (WX 7100 or WX 4150)
• With a spectacular, 27-inch UltraSharp™ 4K Ultra HD display (available with touch option), the Precision Workstations are Independent Software Vendor (ISV) certified, ensuring high-performance applications work smoothly
• The workstation is the world’s first VR ready AIO, with Intel® Kaby Lake and Sky Lake processors (Core™ i5, i7, Xeon® E3-1200 v6)
• The device comes with 10 speaker sound system powered by dynamic amplifiers capable of 50W per channel at <1% THD coupled with Jack Joseph Puig Signature Series powered by Waves MaxxAudio® Pro rendering studio-quality production, editing, and play back.
• The Precision 5720 AIO can support up to 3 additional 4K displays at 60Hz or an additional 1x 5K and 1x 4K at 60Hz.
The Dell Precision is available for retail sale in India at Rs. 109000 and can be purchased via www.dell.co.in.
Check out some stunning videos showcasing the power of Dell Precision in action (below):
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