Dell has taken the wraps off a new mobile workstation that packs speedy new Intel processors and a host of shiny new hardware. In its new Dell Precision M6300, Dell has squeezed a 2.8GHz Core 2 Extreme X7900 processor, an Nvidia Quadro FX1600M graphics chip, 802.11n Wi-Fi support, and a choice of storage options that includes encrypted and a solid-state hard drives. The M6300 isn't lacking on the display front, either; it features a 17" screen with WXGA+ (1440x900) or WUXGA (1920x1200) resolutions.
Dell hasn't put the Precision M6300 up on its online store just yet, but DailyTech has a picture of the machine along with some extra details. The site says the notebook has a magnesium alloy chassis and that it weighs in at 8.5lbs (3.86kg), down from 9lbs (4.08kg) for the existing Precision M90 mobile workstation.
|ASRock gathers its herd of AM4 motherboards||21|
|Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S8+ specs detailed||25|
|AMD's early Vega graphics card takes a turn in San Francisco||30|
|Samsung shows off its Exynos 9 SoC built on a 10-nm process||14|
|International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day Shortbread||18|
|Cooler Master launches Ryzen-ready liquid-cooling AIOs||5|
|Ryzen CPUs enjoy strong pre-launch demand||45|
|In the lab: EVGA's GeForce GTX 1070 SC2 graphics card||11|
|Adesso and Azio keyboards look strikingly familiar||11|
|Best part of the article? We're flying home with Ryzen review samples as of this writing.||+40|