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The Precision 3480, 3580, and 3581 mobile workstations from Dell have just been released. They have the newest Intel Raptor Lake processors and up to NVIDIA RTX Next Generation GPU. The three laptops also provide a variety of connectivity choices, such as Thunderbolt 4 connectors and FHD webcams with optional IR sensors for facial recognition.
The Precision 3480, 3580, and 3581 mobile workstations from Dell have been introduced. They use the most recent Intel 13th generation Raptor Lake processors and up to discrete RTX Next Generation GPUs from NVIDIA. The screen size and internal components of the three laptops are the main distinctions despite sharing a similar design.
First up, the Precision 3480 is the smallest of the group and features a 14-inch panel with 400 nits of brightness and 100% coverage of the sRGB gamut in its top configuration. A Core i7-1370P CPU with Intel vPro, an optional NVIDIA RTX A500 4 GB graphics card, up to 64 GB of DDR5-4800 Memory, and 2 TB of PCIe Gen 4 storage round out the noteworthy hardware specifications.
Last but not least, high-end SKUs of the Dell Precision 3480 come with a 54 Wh battery.
The laptop’s internal hardware is almost identical to that of the Precision 3480 when it comes to the Precision 3580. The fastest SSDs for the top models and a 15.6-inch display in the case of the Precision 3580 are the main distinctions between the laptops.
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The Precision 3581 is the most powerful in the group, boasting a Core i5-13500H CPU at the basic level and a Core i9-13900H CPU at the top configuration. Moreover, the Precision 3581 may be fitted with a massive 97 Wh battery and an RTX 2000 Ada Generation GPU with 8 GB of VRAM.
Despite this, the Precision 3581 offers options for up to 64 GB of DDR5-4800 memory and 2 TB of PCIe Gen 4 storage, following the RAM and storage combinations of the other two notebooks.
The Precision 3480, 3580, and 3581 workstation laptops start at $1,439, $1,459, and $1,699, respectively, and are currently on sale.