Dell announced yesterday afternoon three new laptops in the Dell Precision Developer Edition series with Ubuntu installed by default.
The Dell Precision 5540, Dell Precision 7540, and Dell Precision 7740, the latest series of Ubuntu-powered notebooks that promise to be a major upgrade from its previous Dell Precision 3530, 5530, 7530 and 7730 models that were introduced at the end of 2018.
Technical characteristics of the Dell Precision 5540, 7540 and 7740
La Dell Precision 5540 It is the cheapest of all, although it is also very powerful carrying a 9th generation Intel Xeon E or Intel Core processor, up to 64 GB of RAM, a maximum of 4TB of storage and a graphic upgrade to Nvidia Quadro T2000 with 4 GB of RAM .
Furthermore, the Dell Precision 7540 it is capable of handling intense workloads with the 9th generation Intel Xeon E or Intel Core processor with up to 8 cores, up to 128 GB of 2666MHz ECC RAM that can be up to 3200MHz SuperSpeed and a maximum of 4 TB of storage.
Por último, la Dell Precision 7740 It is a beast with the 9th generation Intel Xeon E or Intel Core processor with up to 8 cores, up to 128 GB ECC RAM, a maximum of 8TB PCIe SSD storage and a graphical upgrade to Nvidia Quadro T2000 with 4 GB of RAM.
All three new laptops from Dell come with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver and they are certified by Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0.