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Dell Precision M4600 Workstation: Core i5 2520M, 15.6" 1920x1080 LED, 2GB DDR3, ATi FirePro M5950, 320GB HDD, WiFi N, 9-Cell, Win 7 Pro EXPIRED

Bemanix88 87 February 18, 2013 at 08:03 PM in Computers (4) More Dell Small Business Deals
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Promoted 02-18-2013 at 10:34 PM View Original Post
Dell Small Business has Dell Precision M4600 Workstation for $660 with free shipping. Thanks Bemanix88

  • Intel Core i5-2520M 2.5GHz Processor
  • 15.6" LED Display (1920x1080) Add +$50
  • 2GB DDR3 Memory
  • 320GB Hard Drive
  • ATi FirePro M5950
  • Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300
  • 9-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Windows 7 Professional

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Edited February 18, 2013 at 10:05 PM by widgit
Dell has the M4600 workstation barebones setup for just $660 which I think is a smoking hot deal for a workstation class FHD notebook.

Just add the FHD screen for $50. You should do other upgrades yourself.

Base specs:
Core i5-2520
1080p display (get the upgrade, you won't regret it)
ATi FirePro M5950 discrete graphics card (like a 6770)
9 cell battery
2 gb RAM
320 gb hard drive
Total = $660

I think this is my second SD thread ever so please be gentle! Thanks for looking.


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Add a bit more ram (DIY of course) and this is a nice machine/price.
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Ugh, awesome laptop but not exactly one I would want to be carrying around with me all day (10 pounds with the AC adapter!).
it weight 10 lbs? Frown
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Quote from Nate650 View Post :
Interesting question. That's another $260 off the deal price, so I doubt such a coupon exists, and if it did, I'm sure someone would have posted it by now. Smilie
I'm not sure which is funnier, his post, or you taking his post seriously. OMG
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Any comments on the panel quality on this? Is this the Dell PremierColor IPS RGB-LED backlit 1080p screen? I used an m4500 with the 1920x1200 IPS RGB screen for about six months and it was gorgeous. I would cringe looking at the poor quality of my my own 15" 1680x1050 TN panel after that. It was like a $500 option on the m4500, so I doubt it is so. I would definitely jump on this if the screen is of the same quality.

Good graphics card, processor, and display resolution for the price, though. Thanks OP!
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I'm tempted to get this, but the weight is keeping me hesitant.
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Is there a docking station specifically made for this laptop?
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damn the other cd drive is gone, could have saved 30 bucks on top of it
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Look like dell clearing all their stock, is a steal if dock/warranty matter to you. No switchable graphic though so battery suck a bit.

Dream on if you expect a IPS.. the 1080p is tpyical 9x% sRGB TN panel.

Edit: this is a tank compare to your dell consumer.
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here are some detail infos:

Weight & Dimensions:
Starting weight: starts at 6.15lbs; 2.79kg
Width: 14.80"/376mm
Depth: 10.08"/256mm
Height: 1.29"-1.44"/32.7-36.8mm

39.6cm(15.6) HD(1366x768): anti-glare, LED-backlit
39.6cm(15.6) HD(1366x768): multi-touch (supports stylus / four finger simultaneous touch), LED-backlit
39.6cm(15.6) FHD(1920x1080): Dell UltraSharp™ , wide view, anti-glare, LED-backlit, Premium Panel Guarantee
39.6cm(15.6) FHD(1920x1080): Dell UltraSharp™ with PremierColor technology, IPS, wide view, anti-glare, LED-backlit, 100% Adobe RGB Color Gamut, Premium Panel Guarantee

starting weight is 6.15lb, so I guess it will go up if you add more components.
This is not a IPS panel btw. No option to upgrade to IPS panel sadly Frown
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By the way there is no 7970m firefpro, it is a 6970m and you don't need to flash jack.

7970m is around 2time + more powerful than a 6970m.

You can, however, buy a 7970m and stick it in though.

Above apply on the m6600, the m4600 use different format GPU.
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Last edited by MZI February 19, 2013 at 12:49 AM
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I have one of these for my work laptop and the weight is ridiculous. Other than that it's a decent machine but not mind-blowing in any way and I've had some weird quirks with the display drivers. Probably the only two real highlights are the above average screen and decent speakers.

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What's the utility or significance of this specific laptop type?
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Thanks for taking time to share this deal which is useful to me.
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Wow at these upgrade prices...
$370 for blu-ray... ($40-60 part)
$705 for 16gb ram ($100-120 parts)
$500-1350 for 256 to 512 SSD ($100-300 in parts)

$50 for a 1920x1080 screen... Somehow looking at their other prices I kind of get the impression this may be the worst looking screen you've ever seen in your life...
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