If we had laptops like Dell’s new Precision M3800 around as a workstation – well, oooh-la-la, we’d be productive, you bet.
“Imagine a laptop that’s thin and light that also has a beautiful 15-inch ultra-high resolution 10 point multi-touch screen,” writes Gavin Gear on the Extreme Windows Blog. “Now imagine it’s also equipped with high-performance workstation-class internal hardware. Sound too good to be true? This isn’t a wish list, I’m describing the new Dell M3800 workstation laptop.”
This laptop is loaded for bear and for the office. “The screen may be the first thing I noticed about the M3800,” Gear writes, but when he started to use it there was something else he immediately appreciated: the design.
“Simplistic clean lines, high quality materials, and a thin profile work together to form a laptop that challenges the traditional concept of a mobile workstation,” he writes. The M3800 is only .071-inch thin (18 mm), and has a starting weight of just a little more than 4 pounds.
With the M3800 being available with dual solid-state drives, “it provides an ideal mobile storage setup for performance minded enthusiasts or professionals,” Gear writes. “The M3800 I used was equipped with dual internal 512 GB SSDs which offered great storage performance for intense video and photo editing.”
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