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Dell Precision 7730 Is The World’s Most Powerful Laptop That Features Intel Xeon E-2186M CPU

Dell is one of the leading laptop manufacturers whose products range from gaming to professional laptops. This time around Dell has introduced the world’s most powerful Laptops with Dell Precision 7730 that not only features higher specs but also manages to keep its small form factor.

The Dell Precision 7730 is a Mobile Workstation Developer Edition laptop that features Intel Xeon E-2186M processor, which itself is a 6-Core CPU, Nvidia Quadro P5200 with 16 GB of VRAM and more.

Dell describes the laptop as the world’s most powerful laptop to-date. Here are the full specs for the Dell Precision 7730 Mobile Workstation:

  • Intel Core Xeon E-2186M 6-Core CPU
  • Nvidia Quadro P5200 16GB GPU
  • ECC – 64GB DDR4 2,400MHz RAM
  • Non-ECC – 32GB DDR4 2,666MHz RAM
  • 2TB M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD (x4 – optional RAID 0,1, 5)
  • 6-Cell 97Wh Battery
  • 17.3-inch FHD IPS Display

While it boasts impressive specifications but the Dell Precision 7730 Mobile Workstation doesn’t compromise on its small form factor. Not only that, according to Dell, the Precision 7730 is 15% smaller compared to previous gen laptops.

Designed with premium materials, the new 17″ Precision 7730 is 15% smaller than previous generations. And by implementing smaller and lighter AC adapters, we’ve also made it 15% lighter for a workday that’s more mobile than ever.

Given that the laptop comes with extreme high-end components, it is obvious that it comes with a hefty price tag and the top hardware will cost you around $11,500.

Speaking of Intel CPU, Intel’s upcoming Whiskey Lake-U CPU have also leaked online. The leaked Intel Whiskey Lake-U CPUs are Core i5-8265U and Core i7-8565U.

Furthermore, Intel is also preparing its Bean Canyon NUCs with Coffee Lake-U And Iris Plus Graphics.

The upcoming Intel Bean Canyon NUCs come with Core i7-8559U, Core i5-8259U and Core i3-8109U.

What do you think of the Dell Precision 7730? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Dell