Dell’s 2018 Latitude, Precision And Optiplex Pricing And Release Dates

Dell’s 2018 Latitude, Precision And Optiplex Pricing And Release Dates

After announcing its brand new consumer and gaming range earlier this month, Dell has now announced its new Latitude, Precision and Optiplex machines, as well as a P-Series of monitors. Aimed at the commercial sphere, these new rigs literally mean business. Here’s how much they’ll set you back.

While we don’t have the Australian pricing or local availability as yet – the entire Latitude, Precision and Optiplex ranges will be available for purchase from the Dell global website in May.

If you’re interested in the P-Series, they will starting at US$229.99 and will be available on June 25. Or if the USB-C versions are more up your alley, they will start at US$279.99 and will be available from Julu 23.

Now onto the rigs!


Dell’s new Latitudes can run on i5 or i7 8th Gen Intel Core vPro processors and have 2666MHz memory as well as NVIDIA graphics. Intel Authenticate, VMWare Workspace ONE, FIPS 201 Smart Card readers and Dell Client Command Suite.

  • Latitude 5491 – starting from US$899
  • Latitude 5591 – starting from US$999

The Latitude series be available from May 18.


Dell’s Precision series are available with 8th Gen Intel Core and Xeon processors, AMD Radeon WX or NVIDIA Quadro graphics, 3200MHz SuperSpeed and up to 128GB of RAM.

The Precision is also VR ready and the 7730 has been optimised for machine learning and AI development work.

  • Precision 3530 – starting from US$1,049
  • Precision 5530 – starting from US$1,459
  • Precision 7530 – starting from US$1,119
  • Precision 7730 – starting from US$1,519

The Precision series will be available from May 22.


The OptiPlex micro, tower and small form factor desktops are all available with 8th Gen Intel Core processors and up to 64GB DDR4 memory. There is also the choice of NVIDIA or AMD graphics, as well as and multiple SSD and HD options.

The all-in-one (AIO) series is configurable with up to 8th Gen Intel Core vPro processors, up to 32GB DDR4 RAM and optional Intel Optane memory.

The three Optiplex AIOs also in come in 21.5, 23.8, and 27-inch display configurations. The OptiPlex 7460 AIO and 7760 AIO feature InfinityEdge display, with the latter also available in an optional glare-free 4K UHD display with HDR and High-Gamut sRGB.

  • OptiPlex 3060 – starting from US$499
  • OptiPlex 5060 – US$579
  • OptiPlex 7060 – US$639
  • OptiPlex 7460 all-in-one – starting at US$1,069
  • OptiPlex 7760 all-in-one – US$1,229
  • OptiPlex 5260 all-in-one – US$869
  • OptiPlex XE3 Towers and Small Form Factors – starting from US$649

The Optiplex series will be available from May 22.

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