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Opening: Dell Opens 3rd Exclusive Store in Funan Mall Singapore

Thursday, July 4th, 2019

Dell’s third store in Singapore offers a full range of consumer and commercial products. This new store is at Funan Mall Level 3-30, the other two stores are in NEX and Plaza Singapura. Prices below.

 

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Dell’s third exclusive store in Singapore at Funan Mall #03-30.

The new store at Funan will house Dell’s current and latest products including the XPS, Inspiron, G Series, Alienware, Latitude, Precision, and the Vostro for small business needs.

Customers looking for Dell’s small business and commercial range of products will be able to choose and customise products in-store – this service was previously only available online.

 

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From L to R: Kshitij Aggarwal, Finance Consultant, Dell Technologies; Nigel Yip, Store Manager, Dell Technologies; Jarebb Chua, Country Manager, Consumer & Small Business, Singapore and Malaysia, Dell Technologies; Sandeep Mishra, Director of Consumer & Small Business Field Marketing, Dell Technologies; Satoshi Shirato, Director, Product Cycle Planning, APJ Dell Technologies.

There is an in-store working space equipped with docking stations and Dell’s latest desktops, coupled with complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi for on-the-go consumers to collaborate and interact as needed.

More details below from the press release about Dell’s new store at Funan Mall.

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Price & Availability: Dell 2016 range of business IT devices

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

Below are the prices and availability of Dell’s 2016 range of business IT devices that are optimised for the future workforce.

Dell S2825cdn Multi-Function printer, scanner, and copier.

Dell S2825cdn Multi-Function printer, scanner, and copier.

Dell’s new range of computing solutions include new Latitude & Vostro notebooks, Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops & AiOs, UltraSharp monitors, as well as Dell Document Hub application and multifunction printers.

Below are the prices and availability in Singapore.

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New arrival: Dell introduces 2016 range of business IT devices

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

The computing solutions are optimised for the future workforce and include new Latitude & Vostro notebooks, Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops & AiOs, UltraSharp monitors, as well as Dell Document Hub application and multifunction printers. Prices and availability here.

Dell OptiPlex 7040 Small Form Factor desktop, a Dell UltraSharp U2715H monitor, and KM636 keyboard and mouse.

Dell OptiPlex 7040 Small Form Factor desktop, a Dell UltraSharp U2715H monitor, and KM636 keyboard and mouse.

Dell says that the company has combined the latest hardware technologies including Intel Core and Xeon processors for superior performance, with Windows 10 software for a more intuitive user experience.

Dell U2417HWI Monitor - side views of screen tilting.

Dell U2417HWI Monitor – side views of screen tilting.

The new Latitude series combines beautiful design with business-class security, manageability and reliability, while the Vostro portfolio balances performance with style for small businesses.

The redesigned Precision Workstations combine innovation with high-performance to deliver sleek, new portfolio for creative professionals.

The latest portfolio of OptiPlex business PCs is smaller, faster and more energy efficient

The new Dell displays promise stunning picture and greater productivity.

A new Dell printing solution offer one-stop access to multiple cloud-based services for easy sharing, collaboration and printing.

Details in the press release below.

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Event: Dell unveils range of new end user computing products

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Dell has showcased a range of end user computing products for Asia Pacific for both business and personal use.

Executives from Dell and Intel launch the new range of computing products. From left: Ray Wah, Vice President of Dell’s Personal Computing Group; Ryaz Patel, Director, Asia Pacific Multinational Sales, Intel; Uday Marty, Managing Director, Intel South East Asia; and Peter Marrs, Executive Director & General Manager, End User Computing, Dell APJ.

Executives from Dell and Intel launch the new range of computing products. From left: Ray Wah, Vice President of Dell’s Personal Computing Group; Ryaz Patel, Director, Asia Pacific Multinational Sales, Intel; Uday Marty, Managing Director, Intel South East Asia; and Peter Marrs, Executive Director & General Manager, End User Computing, Dell APJ. Photo taken with Nokia Lumia 1020.

The new range of products include new Venue tablets, printers, monitors, as well as desktops, notebooks and Ultrabooks from the XPS, Latitude, Inspiron, Precision series.

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New notebooks: Dell Precision M4700 & M6700

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Dell announced today its new mobile workstations for engineering and design professionals working on the move. The 15-inch M4700 and 17-inch M6700 are available now with prices starting from S$2,854 and S$3,669 respectively.

The popular Covet Edition is back on the 17-inch version, featuring a brilliant Phoenix Red color finish for extra appeal and edge to edge Corning Gorilla Glass 2 for brighter images and increased resilience and protection.

The popular Covet Edition is back on the 17-inch version, featuring a brilliant Phoenix Red color finish for extra appeal and edge to edge Corning Gorilla Glass 2 for brighter images and increased resilience and protection.

The powerful mobile workstations are targeted towards those demanding high computing performance on the go.

Dell Precision M6700 mobile workstation.

Dell Precision M6700

Examples include film editors on movie sets, architects at construction sites, and geophysicists in the field.

The Dell Precision M4700 and M6700 incorporate the latest Intel Core i5, i7 and Extreme Edition processors with Turbo Boost Technology for optimal performance and an extensive choice of professional graphics including the NVIDIA Quadro K-series GPUS and AMD FirePro graphics.

The M6700 offers the AMD FirePro M6000 with PCIe x16 Gen 3 for fast data throughput.

Dell Precision mobile workstation.

Dell Precision mobile workstation.

Additionally, Dell provides DDR3 SDRAM with up to 32GB of system memory and 1600MHz of memory speed and up to 16GB of 1866MHz memory, the fastest memory available on a mobile workstation, for high performance and fast access to large data sets.

They also offer an optional SATA3 512GB solid state drive (SSD).

Both systems expandable in the form of RAID 0/1/5 and additional storage devices.

The M4700 can have up to three storage devices with up to 1.8TB of total storage, while the M6700 can have up to four storage devices with up to 2.8TB of total storage.

As desktop replacements, the M4700 and M6700 offer a wide array of ports to connect to a greater number of formats and devices.

The I/O ports include two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and one eSATA/USB combo ports and three integrated video ports – one VGA, one HDMI and one DisplayPort 1.2.

An optional slice battery, ExpressCharge battery is also available.

Refer to the press release for the full details.

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Computer line-up: Dell XPS, Vostro, Precision, Latitude & OptiPlex

Monday, July 16th, 2012

I had the chance to be briefed on the line-up of computers from Dell and how they empower end-user computing for corporate users. Here’s a quick round-up.

Starting prices of new additions incl.GST: XPS 14 (S$1,399), Vostro laptops (TBA), Precision T1650 (S$1,799), Latitude laptops (S$1,348), OptiPlex desktops (S$1,069).

Dell's updated line-up of laptop and desktop computers.

Dell’s updated line-up of laptop and desktop computers.

Here are some of the latest refreshes in Dell’s line-up. All of them are Windows 8 ready but none of them have touch screens.

Dell XPS laptop family

Dell's latest flagship Ultrabook: XPS 14 (starts from S$1,399).

Dell’s latest flagship Ultrabook: XPS 14 (starts from S$1,399).

The latest addition to Dell’s line-up is the XPS 14 Ultrabook. The 14-inch laptop joins the existing 13-inch XPS 13 Ultrabook.

The XPS 14 looks sleek and elegant, but felt rather heavy at 2.1kg. But it has a super-long battery life of 11 hours, so if you need that durability while on the move, and weight is not a problem, this is the Ultrabook for you.

As part of Dell’s flagship XPS brand, the compact XPS 13 offers portability while the XPS 14 is only 20.7 mm thin and offers long battery life and connectivity on the go.

Both laptops have enterprise-friendly features, such as security and services, to enable them to cross-over for enterprise use.

In a shrewd move by Dell to ride on the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) phenomenon, users can use their XPS Ultrabooks for personal use at home and bring it to work and connect to their corporate IT information systems.

Dell Vostro laptops

Dell Vostro 3460 laptop (price TBA).

Dell Vostro 3460 laptop (price TBA).

The Vostro 3360, 3460 and 3560 will be available this month.

My personal favourite is the Latitude E6430s which fits a 14-inch display into a 13-inch body – the same form-factor as its 13-inch cousin. The laptop felt robust and rugged but rather light. I wouldn’t mind using it as my main workhorse.

These laptops are designed to deliver strong performance and security for growing businesses.

The Vostro series come in three sizes (13”, 14” and 15”) and three colours (Aberdeen Silver, Brisbane Bronze, and Lucerne Red).

The 13-inch Vostro 3360 is only 0.76-inch in thinness.

Dell Latitude, OptiPlex, Precision
Dell Precision T1650 tower workstation (starts from S$1,799).

Dell Precision T1650 tower workstation (starts from S$1,799).

The Latitude and OptiPlex portfolio of business laptops and desktops were refreshed in June and features durable, consumer-inspired designs that appeals to today’s professionals.

Dell Latitude 6430s (starts from S$1,348).

Dell Latitude 6430s (starts from S$1,348).

They are coupled with advanced manageability and data protection and ships with at least 2GB of memory, integrated graphics, Third Generation Intel Core processors, USB 3.0 ports, and optional 128GB SSD.

The Dell Latitude E-Family and Dell OptiPlex feature physical ruggedness and sports long battery-lives of up to 32.7 hours with an optional 9-cell battery.

The E6230, E6330, E6430 and E6530 laptops comes with 12.5”, 13.3”, 14” and 15.6” displays.

The new design of the Latitude E6430s fits a 14-inch display in a 13.3-inch chassis.

Dell OptiPlex 9019 All-in-One desktop (starts from S$1,069).

Dell OptiPlex 9019 All-in-One desktop (starts from S$1,069).

The Latitude 5430 and E5530 laptops are targeted towards budget-conscious professionals and come with 14” and 15.6” displays.

The refreshed Dell OptiPlex family includes the new OptiPlex 3010, 7010, 9010 desktops; and the OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One desktop.

For powerful performance on a budget, there is the new entry-level Dell Precision T1650 tower workstation.

The T1650 offers a broad range of Intel Core and Xeon CPU options, increased memory speed of 1,600MHz, and four USB 3.0 ports.