Dell’s latest Precision laptop line includes NVIDIA 3D Pro built in – the first time a laptop has integrated NVIDIA’s 3D technology as standard
Two models have just hit US stores – the M4700 and M6700, both of which are some of the most powerful on the market, designed for industries that require desktop power on the move such as film editors on movie sets, architects at construction sites and geophysicists in the field.
The M4700 is a 15inch model and the higher spec M6700 is a 17” model which also features edge to edge Corning® Gorilla® Glass 2 for brighter images, increased resilience, protection and 3D capability.
The $3579 M6700 includes NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro, a combination of wireless active shutter glasses, an integrated RF communication hub, and advanced software. NIVIDIA 3D Pro is a professional version of NVIDIA’s consumer option which uses wireless glasses as apposed to infra-red technology for multi-user environments such as CAVE. The technology automatically transforms various CAD/CAM/CAE, DCC, seismic visualisation, life sciences and other applications into full stereoscopic 3D to improve the usefulness of the application.
"Our new family of mobile workstations offer uncompromising performance, dependability and design," said Kirk Schell, vice president of Computing Products, Dell. "We are continuing to build on our heritage of developing innovative workstation technology by offering the first NVIDIA 3D VISION Pro solution, Gen 3 graphics and 1866MHz memory in a mainstream mobile workstation, enabling our customers to bring their creative and design work to life faster regardless of their location."
"NVIDIA Quadro mobile workstation graphics deliver unrivaled horsepower while conserving precious battery life with Optimus, and our 3D Vision Pro technology provides exceptional 3D application performance," said Jeff Brown, general manager of the Professional Solutions Group, NVIDIA. "These new Dell Precision mobile workstations with Quadro GPU technology truly transform modern workflows."
For those with the budget, this could mean great things for serious 3D gamers.
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