Dell (UNKNOWN:DELL.DL) is looking to snag more enterprise customers with its three, new Precision PCs.
The Precision T1700 small form-factor (SFF) workstation and the Precision T1700 mini-tower workstation (MT) are "designed and certified for engineering, architecture and finance professionals," Dell said in an announcement Thursday. The Precision R7610 rack-mounted workstation was designed to help customers "centralize, secure and manage data," and share resources among workers easily and cheaply.
Dell says that the T1700 small form-factor (SFF) machine is 30% smaller than competitive systems, making it easy to add to a person's workstation regardless of space constraints. Pricing for both T1700 workstations will be released by Dell on June 4, however the company noted that these machines will sell at "near desktop PC prices."
The R7610 rack workstation will let up to four users use the computer as a single workstation. Compared to previous Dell rack workstations, it is slated to offer better performance for each user. The R7610 will be available on May 21 for a starting price of $2,179.
In its recent earnings report, Dell saw its revenue from enterprise revenue rise 12% to $5.5 billion. Overall revenue slipped 2%.
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