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3510 i7 32gb 2tb ssd PRECISION DELL warranty 1yr

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DELL PRECISSION 3510 i7 quad core 6th gen 32 gb RAM / 1tb ssd Flash Drive 15.6″ inch Full HD Screen Backlight Keyboard DELL warranty 1yr Precision 3510 Service Tag: 4DL5PF2 | Express Service Code: 9528727790 | Graphics adapter AMD FirePro W5130M – 2048 MB, Core: 925 MHz, Memory: 1000 MHz, GDDR5, 15.201.1101.0 WHQL / Win 10 64, AMD Switchable Graphics   The perfect workstation is powerful enough to emulate desktop performance and portable enough to be taken anywhere. The $1,868 Dell Precision 3510 (starting at $999) comes close to being that ideal machine, but it has weaknesses that may make you consider alternatives. It brings plenty of power, thanks to its quad-core CPU and AMD FirePro W5130M GPU. But it’s heavier than some competing machines and hot enough that you won’t want to use it on your lap, making it a strong desktop replacement that works best on your desk. Design The Precision 3510 is a spartan monolith, a large hunk of black plastic that doesn’t hint at all of the power that lies beneath it. The lid, which attracts a ton of fingerprints, is decorated with Dell’s logo but is otherwise plain.   Opening the laptop reveals a 1080p touch screen and an island-style keyboard with a full number pad. The blue pointing stick on the keyboard is eye-catching in an otherwise monochromatic design.     At 5.7 pounds, the 14.6 x 9.9 x 0.1-inch Precision 3510 is on the heavy side of the 15-inch workstation spectrum. Both the 4.6-pound HP ZBook Studio G3 (14.8 x 10 x 0.7 inches) and the 4.5-pound Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display (14.1 x 9.7 x 0.7 inches) are more than a pound lighter, while the 5.8-pound Lenovo ThinkPad P50 (14.8 x 9.9 x 1.2 inches) is just a bit heavier. The Dell Precision 5510 is smaller (14.1 x 9.3 x 0.7 inches) than the rest of the field and very portable, at 4.6 pounds. Ports Whether you’re using old monitors or the latest peripherals, the Precision 3510 has all of the ports you’ll need to get serious work done.     On the left side of the laptop are a smart card reader and a USB Type-C port with Thunderbolt 3. The right side is where you’ll find a security lock slot, two USB 3.0 ports, an SD card slot and a headphone/microphone jack. There’s more on the back: an Ethernet jack, a VGA connector, a SIM card slot, HDMI output, another USB port and the power jack. Durability and Security While the Precision 3510 is likely to stay on your desk most of the time, it’s built to take a few knocks in transit. Dell claims that the laptop is MIL-STD-810G tested, which means it should survive shocks, vibrations and extreme temperatures.   It also has some security features to protect your data, including vPro for remote management and TPM (Trusted Platform Module) for protecting biometric and sensitive data. A smart-card reader (an extra $7) and fingerprint reader (an extra $167, includes a Thunderbolt 3 port) are optional upgrades. Display The 15.6-inch 1080p touch screen on the Precision 3510 is sharp, responsive, vivid and accurate. When I watched the trailer for Doctor Strange, I could make out every wrinkle and fold in the Ancient One’s goldenrod cloak and the sparks in an interdimensional portal. Spells from the namesake sorcerer’s hands appeared a bright, emerald green.       The panel on the Precision 3510 reproduces an excellent 115.7 percent of the sRGB color gamut. The desktop-replacement average is even higher, at 129 percent, and the ZBook Studio G3 (169 percent) and ThinkPad P50 (183 percent) amazed us with even more coverage. The MacBook Pro wasn’t as vivid, showing off only 86 percent of the color gamut. Dell’s Precision 5510 covered 177 percent of the gamut, making it one of the most vivid displays we’ve seen on a workstation or elsewhere. MORE: The Best Laptops for Business and Productivity The Precision 3510 had a Delta-E color accuracy score of 0.5 (zero is best). That’s better than the 1.3 average and far better than the MacBook Pro (2.1), ZBook Studio G3 (2.4) and ThinkPad P50 (3.6). You shouldn’t have any trouble seeing the screen on the Precision 3510, thanks to its brightness of 299 nits. That’s slightly higher than the 293-nit category average as well as the ZBook Studio’s 241 nits and the ThinkPad P50’s 276 nits. Both the MacBook Pro (303 nits) and the Precision 5510 (322 nits) outshone the Precision 3510. Keyboard, Touchpad and Pointing Stick I found it tiring to type on the Precision 3510’s keyboard. The keys felt a little stiff, even though they had a deep 2.2 millimeters of travel (better than the 1.5 to 2 mm we usually see on laptops), and required a solid 62 grams of actuation to press.         That didn’t stop me from typing at my usual 110 words per minute on the 10fastfingers.com typing test. However, my error rate went from my usual 2 percent up to 4 percent, and I needed to rest my hands afterward. The 3.9 x 2.1-inch trackpad on the 3510 is smooth and comfortable. It responded to simple navigation and Windows 10 gestures with ease.

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