The real thing of the Dell Linux notebook PC "M3800" 4K model is like this

Mobile work station on sale from Dell "Precision M3800"There is M3800 for Linux which was upgraded for developers, and it is the news site of overseas news which got the real thingArs TechnicaHas published the image of the main body and the result of the benchmark test.

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This is a developer version of M3800.

Display and keyboard are black based designs.

The keyboardIsolation keyboard.

On the right side of the main body are an SD card slot, USB 3.0 port, USB 2.0 port,KensingtonLock slot mounted.

On the left side are the adapter inlet, HDMI port,Thunderbolt2 ports, USB 3.0 port, earphone jack, battery meter.

A metal plate is mounted on the bottom, and as you open it ......

Serial number etc. are stated.

Developer version M3800 adopt 2.3GHz Intel Core i7-4712HQ for CPU. RAM can be selected from 8GB and DDR 3-1600 of 16GB, you can choose either 500GB HDD or 256GB SSD. What is reflected in the image is the model that selected SSD, GPUNvidia Quadro K 1100 Mis.

The back side of the rear case.

With power adapter ......

USB 3.0 LAN adapters compatible with gigabit are bundled.

Power on. The display of the M3800 is 15.6 inches, it can be selected from UltraSharp FHD Touch of 1920 × 1080 and Ultrasharp IGZO 2 UHD Touch of 3840 × 2160. The image display will be 3840 x 2160 IGZO 2, or 4K.

Bash (Bourne Again Shell) on 4K display has no problem in operation and display.

When you see the display up, you can see that the red, green and blue color filters emit light.

The SSD is partitioned in the purchased state.

The operation / display of LibreOffice is not incongruous even on 4K display.

Included in utility softwareSysinfoThere was a problem with scaling, the display got a little strange.

Integrated development environmentEclipse IDEStart screen.

ChromiumAlthough it seems to be perfectly displayed, the margin is conspicuous for a moment.

Lenovo's "Lenovo" benchmark with developer core version M3800 single coreThinkPad X1 Carbon"XPS 13"HP EliteBook Folio 1020 G1"The graph is compared below. The higher the number, the better, and the M3800 marked the top value among the four models.

Comparing the multi-core benchmarks, although the M3800 was overwhelmingly superior, the blue memory score only fell below ThinkPad X1 Carbon.

This is a benchmark of battery life when browsing with Wi - Fi connection. As for the battery, M3800 is the lowest.

in Software,   Hardware, Posted by darkhorse_log