Dell PH Intros Four New Computing Solutions For Business

Dell Philippines recently showcased their four new additions in their comercial client computing line-up held in BGC Arts Center

In a statement from Dell Philippines Country General Manager Ronnie Latinazo "Our new devices incorporate the best aspects of portability and reliability without compromising on the security, manageability, speed and productivity that our professional users seek. Dell's upgraded selections of business products are built to not only help our customers meet their current business needs, but also help address tomorrow's evolving workplace challenges."


First is the Dell Optiflex 7450 AIO with 7th Gen Intel Core processor, 23.8 inch Full or HD or4K display options plus anti-glare coating and touchscreen variants, Intel HD graphics or 2GB AMD Radeon R7 M465X graphics options, side mouted USB Type A and Type C and  PCIe NVME SSD. Prices start from Php 55,000


Dell Latitude 13 3000 (3779) can be used in 4 modes that we are know of: laptop, tent, stand and tablet modes. It comes with  either 6th Gen Intel Pentium or Core processor, wide angle full HD display, Dell Data Guardian security. Price starts at Php 52,000


Dell Precision 3520 has 3 display options from HD to Full HD and Full HD with touch support. The client can choose on either Intel Core or Intel Xeon or NVIDIS Quatro for graphics on the pro. It also has 32 GB 2400MHz DR NECC & ECC Memory and is backed with higher capacity batteries, USB Type with optional Thunderbolt 3, SD 4.0 memory card reader, USB Type 3.0, HDMI 1.4, and VGA ports, headphone and microphone jacks and optional SIM card slot.


and Dell Precision 5520 which is the world's thinnest 15-inch mobile workstation at 11.48 mm. thin with Intel Core, Intel Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quato with 32 GB DDR4 2400 MHz memory and support up to 2 TB storage. It comes from Php 115,000


These new products are only available thru their channel partners and not thru their stores in malls.

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February 24, 2017

Dell PH Intros Four New Computing Solutions For Business

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Dell Philippines recently showcased their four new additions in their comercial client computing line-up held in BGC Arts Center

In a statement from Dell Philippines Country General Manager Ronnie Latinazo "Our new devices incorporate the best aspects of portability and reliability without compromising on the security, manageability, speed and productivity that our professional users seek. Dell's upgraded selections of business products are built to not only help our customers meet their current business needs, but also help address tomorrow's evolving workplace challenges."


First is the Dell Optiflex 7450 AIO with 7th Gen Intel Core processor, 23.8 inch Full or HD or4K display options plus anti-glare coating and touchscreen variants, Intel HD graphics or 2GB AMD Radeon R7 M465X graphics options, side mouted USB Type A and Type C and  PCIe NVME SSD. Prices start from Php 55,000


Dell Latitude 13 3000 (3779) can be used in 4 modes that we are know of: laptop, tent, stand and tablet modes. It comes with  either 6th Gen Intel Pentium or Core processor, wide angle full HD display, Dell Data Guardian security. Price starts at Php 52,000


Dell Precision 3520 has 3 display options from HD to Full HD and Full HD with touch support. The client can choose on either Intel Core or Intel Xeon or NVIDIS Quatro for graphics on the pro. It also has 32 GB 2400MHz DR NECC & ECC Memory and is backed with higher capacity batteries, USB Type with optional Thunderbolt 3, SD 4.0 memory card reader, USB Type 3.0, HDMI 1.4, and VGA ports, headphone and microphone jacks and optional SIM card slot.


and Dell Precision 5520 which is the world's thinnest 15-inch mobile workstation at 11.48 mm. thin with Intel Core, Intel Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quato with 32 GB DDR4 2400 MHz memory and support up to 2 TB storage. It comes from Php 115,000


These new products are only available thru their channel partners and not thru their stores in malls.

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