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[PC Perspectives] Dell announces precision M4800 and M6800 laptops

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The M4800 weighs 6.35 pounds. It features a backlit keyboard and high resolution 15.6” QHD+ IGZO display with a resolution of 3200 x 1800. The notebook can be configured with up to an Intel Core i7 “Haswell” Extreme Edition processor, an AMD FirePro M5100 Mobility Pro or NVIDIA Quadro K2100M graphics card, 32GB of DDR3 1600 MHz memory, and 2.5 TB of internal storage (two 1TB plus one 500GB drive) in RAID 0, 1, or 5 modes.



Consumers can choose either Windows 7, 8, Red Hat or Ubuntu Linux.

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The Dell Precision M4800 will be available on September 12 with US prices starting at $1,250. The M6800 will also be available on September 12 with US prices starting at $1,500.

I guess this will please the people who thought Dell were only planning on releasing the Ultrabook styled m3800 workstation, first seen at SIGGRAPH.


Edited by Vigil - 9/11/13 at 7:35am
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That's a lot of power for a laptop. Do want drool.gif
 
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Confused with Haswell extreme edition. Is this Haswell-E?
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Confused with Haswell extreme edition. Is this Haswell-E?

I'm guessing they mean the i7-4930MX?
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I'm guessing they mean the i7-4930MX?

Seems like it! Thanks for linking that. Haven't heard of that before! redface.gif +rep
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