Dell unveils Haswell mobile workstation with QHD+ screen in Precision update, teases on super-slim M3800

 Dell Precision M4800 and M6800 mobile workstations

Dell has updated its Precision workstation lineup with new mobile and tower systems, including a laptop model with an ultra-high definition QHD+ display and the latest Haswell Core processors, plus desktop models with Intel's latest Xeon processor family.

Available from 12 September, the new Dell workstations comprise the Precision M4800 and M6800 mobile systems, plus the Precision T3610, T5610, and T7610 tower units, all boasting cutting-edge performance with the latest Intel processors plus other innovations.

The Precision M4800 is the model with the high-definition screen, offering a choice of 15.6in display panels, one an Indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO) unit with a QHD+ resolution of 3200x1800 pixels, while 1920x1080 and 1366x768 options are also available.
Rik Thwaites, Dell's head of Business Development in EMEA, told V3 that the M4800 has the hi-res screen because that is where Sharp, which manufactures the screen, believes the demand is.

"We would offer it at 17in if we could, but they said the volume just isn't there," he said.
The M4800 also offers a choice of AMD FirePro M5100 or Nvidia Quadro K1100M/ K2100M graphics, all with 2GB dedicated GDDR5 memory.

The Precision M4800 is similarly based on Intel's Haswell 4th generation Core processors, up to a Core i7 Extreme Edition, and can be configured with up to 32GB of 1600MHz memory or 16GB of 1866MHz memory.

It can also be configured with up to three drives, with one 2.5in drive in an easy eject drive bay, another fitted in the optical bay caddy, and one solid state drive (SSD) on a PCI Express Mini Card.
The Precision M6800 has a larger 17.3in display, but only supports resolutions of 1920x1080 or 1600x900. It does, however, support 10-finger multi-touch input as an option.

This model also features 4th generation Core processors up to the Core i7 Extreme Edition, with the same memory configuration as the M4800.
Graphics options on the M6800 are an AMD FirePro M6100 with 2GB GDDR5 memory, Nvidia Quadro K3100M/K4100M with 4GB or a Quadro K5100M with 8GB memory.

It can also be configured with up to four drives, adding an internal 2.5in bay to the options available on the M4800.
Pricing for the mobile Precision workstations starts at £1,152 for the M4800 and £1,380 for the M6800.

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