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Designwise, the M3800 is like the Dell XPS 15. We are still fans of the contemporary, MacBook Pro-esque silver aluminum lid with all the elegant, rounded corners and the glistening Dell logo stamped in the center.
The majority of the laptop’s interior features a sumptuous black, soft touch finish. The deck protrudes ever so slightly from the top of the deck, drawing the eye into the silver aluminum border.
If that’s not fancy enough for you, the laptop’s undercarriage is made of handsome carbon fiber using an aluminum plate at the center that bears its name.Can there be anything as beautiful as a QHD display? The M3800’s 15.6-inch, 3200 x 1800 Gorilla Glass panel delivers deep, luxurious color with nice detail, like the M4800. The MacBook Pro, by comparison, has a 2880 x 1800 Retina Display.
An image of a hill with surrounding houses was magnificent. We marveled at the varying shades of green, from the foliage covering the rocky crag into the manicured lawns of the homes below. The sky was a deep royal blue and an aquamarine river snaked through the backdrop. Details were sharp enough to observe the unique striations along the mountain and the traces on the street below.
Our only real complaint concerning the screen has to do with text. Just like most ultra-high-res displays, we found ourselves needing to zoom in to at least 200 percent to be able to comfortably read text.We also appreciated the swiftness of this 10-point touch screen that made navigating the finer points of this image a smooth experience.
Measuring 328 lux, the Dell Precision M3800 Mobile Workstation Rental is plenty bright, topping the 271 mainstream average. The M4800 was just shade dimmer at 323 luces. The ZBook 15 and MacBook Pro shone at 295 and 223 lux, respectively.
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|Basic Servers||Standard Servers||Extortionate Servers|
|Processor||Intel® Xeon® processor E5-1600 v2||3GHz quad-core Intel Xeon E5-1607 processor||Intel Xeon E5-1620 v2 processor|
|RAM||16GB 1866MHz ECC or 1600MHz non-ECC DDR3 memory 8 DIMM slots||64GB 1866MHz ECC or 1600MHz non-ECC DDR3 memory 8 DIMM slots||128GB 1866MHz ECC or 1600MHz non-ECC DDR3 memory 8 DIMM slots|
|HDD||SATA 7200RPM |
Up to 3.0TB
|SATA 10KRPM |
Up to 500GB
Up to 512GB
The M3800’s island-style computer keyboard is rather large with broad spacing but lacks the amount pad located on the Precision M4800. The black keys are big with a small curvature that, in conjunction with this soft-touch hands break, made for a comfortable typing experience. On the other hand, the backlit keys were mushier than we favor, which induced us to score 53 words per second on the Ten Thumbs Typing Test, in contrast to our customary 55 wpm.
The notebook’s touchpad is spacious, measuring 4.1 x 3.1 inches. When we completed gestures like two-finger scroll and rotate, then three-finger swipe and four-finger swipe the mat was highly precise and responsive. The bottom corners of the touchpad functioned as our left and right mouse keys, providing company feedback with a hardly audible click.
Got a couple of spreadsheets you want to crank out or perhaps a lot of presentations? Dell’s got you covered. Powered dell precision m3800 drivers with a 2.2-GHz Intel Core i7-4702HQ processor with 16GB of RAM, the Precision M3800 shrugged off loading a full-screen event of “Arrow” from Netflix while conducting a complete system scan using 15 open tabs at Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.
On PCMark7, the M3800 scored 5,157, exceeding the 3,501 mainstream ordinary. This was the top the Apple MacBook Pro’s 2.3-GHz Intel Core i7 quad core CPU, which struck 4,779. On the other hand, the HP ZBook 15’s 2.7-GHz Intel Core i7-4800MQ CPU scored a greater 5,406, as did the Dell Precision M4800 (2.8-GHz Intel Core i7-4900MQ), using a score of 5,701.
The M3800’s 512GB SSD was somewhat slow to the draw throughout the Boot Test. It took 32 minutes for your notebook to boot up Windows 7 Professional, that can be slower compared to the 27-second average. The dell precision m3800 specs (256GB SSD) and ZBook 15 (500GB 7,200-rpm hard disk) were somewhat faster, launch Windows 7 Guru at 30 and 25 seconds, respectively. The MacBook Pro and its own 256GB Flash Drive, nevertheless, loaded OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) in 15 minutes.
But when we conducted the File Transfer Evaluation, the M3800 replicated 4.97GB of all mixed-media documents in 12 minutes to get a blistering transfer speed of 424.1MBps, shattering the 57MBps average. The Truth M4800 was a distant second with all 212MBps. The MacBook Pro was hot on its heels in 196MBps, along with also the ZBook 15 provided disappointing 48MBps.