Dell has really been stepping up the design of their machines, which has certainly brightened our view of the company’s future, along with the future appeal of Windows. Today, Dell has announced a brand new Prevision workstation – and wow, it is beautiful.
The new Dell Precision M3800 is a 15-inch workstation with an ultra-high 3200 x 1800 multitouch display and a thin 0.7 Inch form factor. The unit is composed of an aluminum frame, carbon fiber chassis, and topped off with a Gorilla Glass display.
The machine runs Intel’s latest 4th generation Core i7 processing chip with four cores and a speed of up to 3.2 GHz. The unit is backed up by NVidia’s Quad K1100M with 2 GB of RAM and options for dual storage drives (one 2.5 inch drive and one mini-card mSATA drive).
The unit is said to bring more than 10 hours of battery life and will be offered with an optional USB 3.0 docking station when it goes on sale this November 14th. There is currently no word on pricing, but we are going to assume you will be paying a pretty penny for this beauty.
What do you think of Dell’s latest designs – are they headed in the right direction?