Dell Precision M3800 – True Mobile Workstation

Dell has launched the thinnest and lightest 15-inch true mobile workstation, the Dell Precision M3800, to its family of mobile workstations. Merging a beautiful design in an ultra-thin form factor with workstation-class performance.

Ireland’s Technology Blog will be getting one closer to release date for a full testing session and will report back then.

Specifications:

The Dell Precision M3800 is available with Windows 8.1 Pro (64-Bit) or genuine Windows 7 Professional (64-Bit) and is loaded with up to 16GB³ of memory and 4th-generation Intel Core i7-4702HQ 8 threaded quad-core processor with up to 3.2 GHz clock speeds for seamlessly running professional software applications.

Equipped with the NVIDIA Quadro® K1100M GPU with 2GB³ of GDDR5 dedicated memory, offering twice as much on board video memory as the HP Z series Ultrabook™.

The new Dell Precision M3800 is the first and only thin and light mobile workstation to offer the power of the Kepler-based NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, the industry’s highest-performing and most capable professional graphics,” said Sandeep Gupte, senior director of Product Marketing for the Quadro Professional Graphics Business at NVIDIA. “With 2GB of video memory in the NVIDIA Quadro K1100M GPU, the M3800 delivers uncompromised performance and rich visual experiences for graphics-heavy applications that creative professionals have been waiting for.

Availability and Pricing

The Dell Precision M3800 will be available worldwide on Nov. 14 with a starting price of €1,399 excluding VAT and shipping. For additional information, visit www.dell.ie/speedoflight.

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