Think of a high-performance notebook that dell launched in Brazil. Maybe you remember the XPS line or an Alienware model. But there’s something different around here: the new precision 3571. In it, the performance factor is taken to a professional level. It couldn’t be different. We are talking about a mobile workstation equipped with Intel Core i7/i9 and, now, nationally manufactured.
Workstations are computers dedicated to tasks that demand a lot of performance. Professionals in civil engineering, medical research and 3D animation are among those who benefit enormously from these machines.
Dell has been selling mobile workstations in Brazil for some time. But there is a reason for the company to give a special highlight to the Precision 3571: this is the first model in the line to be manufactured in Brazil.
The main advantage of this is a considerable decrease in the delivery time of the product, even when the buyer customizes the equipment configuration.
What does the Precision 3571 offer?
For starters, the Dell Precision 3571 has a 15.6-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and a brightness of 250 nits. To be honest, I don’t like the component. I think the resolution should be higher (at least 1440p), as well as the brightness level.
But the rest of the specs aren’t bad. The laptop can be equipped with a processor Intel Core i7-12800H or a Core i9-12900H, both with 14 cores. Already the RAM memory can have from 16 GB to 64 GB of DDR5 (I think it could reach 128 GB, but that’s ok).
In addition, there are two GPU options: Nvidia RTX A1000 with 4GB of GDDR6 or RTX A2000 with 8GB. Don’t be surprised if you’ve never heard of these models. They are aimed at professional applications, although they can run games.
The RTX A2000 graphics chip, for example, has 2,560 CUDA cores, 60 W TDP and, as the name “RTX” makes clear, supports ray tracing.
In turn, the storage ranges from 256GB to 1TB of NVMe SSD. This is another point that made me suspicious, after all, professional applications can need a lot of space. Fortunately, the Precision 3571 has an M.2 slot for expansion.
Other features include a military-grade strength certificate MIL-STD 810HWi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 and Windows Hello-compatible fingerprint reader.
Dell also draws attention to ExpressCharge, a technology that allows you to recharge your notebook battery by up to 80% with an hour of power.
Finally, the equipment has ISV certifications from companies such as Adobe, Autodesk and Dassault Systems. This attests that the Precision 3571 works well with the software of these companies.
Availability and pricing
The new Precision 3571 is now on sale on Dell’s Brazilian website. Prices start at approximately R$15,000. Dear, huh? But workstations really aren’t cheap machines.
At least there is a discount of R$ 1,000 in this launch phase with the use of the coupon “PRECISION1000”.
Dell Precision 3571 — data sheet
- Screen: LCD, 15.6 inches, 1920×1080 pixels, 60 Hz, 250 nits
- Processor: Intel Core i7-12800H or i9-12900H (12th generation)
- GPU: Nvidia RTX A1000 or RTX A2000
- RAM: Up to 64GB of DDR5 (4800MHz)
- Storage: 256GB, 512GB or 1TB SSD (expandable)
- Drums: 97 Whr (six cells)
- connectivity: Ethernet, USB 3.2 gen 1 type A (2), USB-C with Thunderbolt 4 (2), HDMI 2.0, headphone and microphone connection, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2
- Operational system: Windows 10, Windows 11 or Ubuntu Linux
- Others: 720p webcam, ABNT2 keyboard with LED backlight, SD reader, fingerprint sensor, two 2W speakers
- Dimensions and weight: 35.8 x 23.3 x 2.4 cm; 1.78 kg