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Posted by: 7Azimuth
« on: April 06, 2014, 16:02:10 »

I think I have the same screen:
LP173WF1(TL)(B3)
LGD02DA
PJK33_173WF1

Am I right? o_O
Posted by: Kuupora
« on: February 24, 2014, 22:00:22 »

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Overall, 90% of the sRGB color space are covered, although the possible colors that can be displayed (over 893,000) are quite close to the figure the sRGB color space offers.

This is incorrect. First of all, the sRGB color space does not define any number of colors within its three primaries. sRGB defines the chromaticity coordinates of its primaries. The number of possible colors which a laptop panel can produce is defined by the color model the system uses. Most PCs use the RGB color model with 24-bit colors (8 bits per channel) which means 256 colors per channel. The total number of color in this case is 256^3 = 16777216.

In this case the panel can cover 90% of the sRGB color triangle. Whether or not the panel can produce larger color gamut than the sRGB, the number of possible colors is always dependent on the color model.



Please correct this.  ;)
Posted by: mark lee
« on: February 19, 2014, 23:05:23 »

i think the m6800 is overprices.  I can easily find MSI Mobile Workstation with better specs at cheaper cost.  Also, MSI has 3K display (2880x1620) models with Raid 0 built in.  They ported over their gaming technology into the workstations to boost up the performance.  I understand Dell has been in the mobile workstation game a bit longer but there are other options where you can get a lot more for what you pay Dell for.. 
Posted by: xanxes
« on: January 21, 2014, 01:36:06 »

Could you please review the FirePro M6100 version? Really looking forward to more info on that card.
Posted by: Jack Zhan
« on: November 22, 2013, 09:52:43 »

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As in the Dell Precision M6700 with the Nvidia Quadro K5000M graphics, we could not use the 1280x1024 and 1920x1080 pixel resolutions.


According to the original German review, resolutions BETWEEN 1280x1024 and 1920x1080 cannot be used, not these two resolutions. Please correct this.
Posted by: Mike D
« on: November 15, 2013, 18:34:22 »

I'm on my 3rd M6800 from Dell and every one of them had an issue with DVD buzzy every 2 to 3 minutes even after updating bios to their recommended A03 & Chipset update. The wireless 1550 Card has also not worked properly on all three systems. Dell expects their customers to do their trouble shooting for them. I'm very disappointed with the M6800. If you look on the web this is a reoccurring problem with the M6800 that Dell lets you try to address. My advice: Stay away from the M6800 and Dell's customer based trouble shooting system.
Thanks Dell, Disappointed 
Posted by: rafekrat
« on: November 13, 2013, 12:34:48 »

I do not agree with laptop being overpriced.  Yes the initial price is high but this can be negotiated with sales team. I have bought a number of laptops from Dell and I have managed to negotiate a better deal than the one listed online.
It is also worth looking out for various offers.
Compared with what is in the package it makes M6800 a good value for money. Performance and reliability for years.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: November 11, 2013, 18:32:45 »

Upgradeable Work Machine. This large 17 inch Dell workstation is well-equipped and offers plenty of space for further customization. But is it enough to compete with the smaller Dell Precision M4800? Find out in our in-depth review.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Dell-Precision-M6800-Notebook.105108.0.html

 
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