Someone sent me an anonymous email with a link to the specs for the Dell Precision M6400. What was the snitches name in Watergate? It feels like that. Kinda cool.
Anyway, you’ll want to grab the .PDF file at Dell’s download area.
As you can see in the brochure, it comes with a variety of 17” screens to suite your needs and budget, fast video card choices, dual hard drives plus a DVD burner. I was surprised they don’t list a Blu-ray player or burner. Maybe that’s an oversight.
As expected, you can get the machine with the Quad Core QX9300 and 16GB of memory for your high hat computing needs.
It’s wrapped in a cool case with all sorts of ports for display, USB, IEEE 1394, and my personal fav, eSATA.
This baby isn’t exactly a “laptop”. Starting at 8.54 pounds, it isn’t going to be fun toting to your college class across campus, but for the folks that need to do some serious number crunching at home, it certainly falls into the “luggable” category. I’m not sure I’d want to carry it around in a backpack so this will likely be one of those machines for a roll-a-board.