Dell Precision 7720 Workstation
Dell Precision 7720 Workstation - PRICE | REVIEW | SPECIFICATION | HYDERABAD | CHENNAI
Built for your brilliance:
World’s most powerful 43.1cm (17) mobile workstation, featuring Intel processors, PremierColor UHD display and up to 4TB of storage.
Available with Windows 10 Pro - for a smooth, versatile PC experience.
Superior comfort, speed and storage:
Dell’s patented 5th generation dual cooling fans provide a brilliant approach to thermal cooling, taking performance and comfort to levels never before seen on a task-intensive laptop. No matter how high-powered your project, your processing and graphical applications will work within turbo frequencies and your system will stay cool.
Room for all your big ideas
Solid state PCle NVMe storage gives you the space to easily store, transfer and access complex 3D, multimedia and video files quickly and reliably. And with up to 4TB of total system storage, you’ll have space for even the biggest projects.
Looks good Performs better
High-powered processors: We know you take on the biggest tasks. So we offer the best processors available. The Precision 7720 mobile Workstation delivers no-holds-barred processing power with the blazing performance of 7th Generation Intel Core i5, i7 and Intel Xeon processors.
Genius in the details: A premium, innovative design delivers up to four impeccable display options up to Ultra HD with 100% Adobe RGB and 8 million pixels. With detail this vivid, you’ll see everything in crisp, glorious definition.
High-performance graphics: Next generation professional-grade 2xRadeon Pro WX and 4xNVIDIA Quadro graphics options with up to 16GB of graphics memory. Super high-speed 2400Mhz and 2667MHz of DDR4 memory keep pace with demanding 3D rendering and other graphics-intensive tasks.
Ultimate reliability: Tested, optimized and certified with professional software applications as well as more support options with industry leading resolution time.
Supports 8k display: Dell Precision 7520 and 7720 mobile workstations are the first with DisplayPort 1.4, which supports 8K resolution and HDR via a single cable?