Tuesday, April 17th 2012

Dell Precision M4700 and M6700 Laptops get Detailed

Courtesy of a new scoop by dell-lab.posterous.com we now have some specs of Dell's upcoming Precision M4700 (15.6-inch) and M6700 (17.3-inch) laptops. Powered by Intel chips, the two new Precision models are supposed to feature 65 Whr or 97 Whr batteries, DDR3 1866 MHz memory options, 2.5-inch HDD/SSD (one drive for the M4700, up to two for the M6700) storage, a built-in webcam, an ExpressCard slot, an SD card reader, and optional WiGig (wireless Gigabit).

The Precision M4700 also packs a Full HD (1920 x 1080) LED-backlit display with anti-glare coating, and either NVIDIA N14PQx (28 nm) or AMD FirePro M4000 graphics, while the M6700 can have a 2D or 3D Full HD display, and AMD Heathrow XT or NVIDIA N14EQx GPUs. The laptops' release dates are yet unknown. Source: dell-lab.posterous.com
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4 Comments on Dell Precision M4700 and M6700 Laptops get Detailed

Huhh, 180W-240W power adapters are included:eek:. I think I'll stay with 35W Trinity:).
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Fishfaced Nincompoop
I always liked the Precision series.
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Atom_Anti said:
Huhh, 180W-240W power adapters are included
That's quite common for the higher end workstation, don't forget that you can put the extreme edition mobile CPU's (probably ~65W CPU), high end mobile GPU, IPS screen, a ton of RAM etc. and also have enough power headroom left for charging up the battery (if empty).

Whats more interesting here are the new mobile IB CPU's and GPU's from both NVIDIA and AMD.
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the precisions are high quality computers, and yup the adapters are common for them,

I love my M6300 I once dropped a old d600 on it when i was moving, and the d600 broke, the M6300 only got a dent, very high quality laptops
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