Dell's M3800 Precision Workstation Laptop Packs Major Speed In a Light Package

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The words "mobile" and "workstation" don't always work together seamlessly, but Dell is trying hard to make the marriage work with a new Precision laptop. The M3800 Workstation promises "huge power" in a slim design, enabling creative professionals to "create at the speed of light." The rig measures 18mm thick and starts at 4.5lbs., boasting NVIDIA Quadro graphics and a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 processor.

Moreover, there's a hugely dense QHD+ (3,200 x 1,800) native display resolution (complete with multi-touch support), a chassis that holds a 1TB hard drive or a 512GB SSD, and support for up to 15GB of memory. Dell's being silent on pricing and further details, but this is definitely one to watch if you never can seem to get enough power in your mobile machine.

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RiCoFrost replied on Thu, Jul 25 2013 7:20 PM

Dam that is a nice laptop.... I like it :)

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ajm531 replied on Fri, Jul 26 2013 11:06 PM

dang. i wonder how expensive it will be. this is a beast of a laptop if there was one. i wonder how good the battery life will be.

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Probably comparable to, but less than, a 15.6" MBP Retina.

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