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Posted by: MartinF
« on: April 01, 2015, 14:40:24 »

I've got a 2011 Latitude 6520 as my work supplied machine, they are offering a replacement of either a Latitude E7450 or one of these M2800s, while I agree the M2800 is not exactly cutting edge design, the bigger screen (15.6" over 14") is winning me over, as is the far more powerful GPU. The E7450 is a nice looking machine but for work use I'd rather functionality over prettyness!

Thanks for the review, it has made my mind up.

Martin
Posted by: Mathiuston
« on: March 19, 2015, 20:09:19 »

Thanks and congrats on your reviews, you've done a thorough work and it's been very helpful to me.

Do you know if I could boot from an ssd installed on the msata port? I read some Dell notebooks can´t and I can´t find anything on the web. There is very little info on this model out there except for this review. Thanks in advance.

 
Posted by: randomquartz
« on: November 25, 2014, 09:55:51 »

It's 2014 and this thing is so fugly.
Posted by: RK
« on: October 18, 2014, 01:50:24 »

I got this with the higher capacity battery and it came with a factory installed Ubuntu 12.04. Worked well but had some issues  identifying my Wacom Intuos Pro tablet.
I switched to Linux Mint 17 but couldn't get the wifi card working. After installation, did an update (through the ethernet port) and everything now works AOK! Slightly heavy machine but no regrets. It's really vallue-for-money.
Posted by: Annyong
« on: July 27, 2014, 23:59:15 »

Thanks for this detailed article.
I am still hesitating between this one and a Latitude 3540. I want my laptop to be durable, have a professional look and decent gaming capabilities.

This one looks superior but the heat issue makes me uncertain. Any other feedback about this? 60°C seems unbearable to me. How is it in practice?
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: July 05, 2014, 17:42:08 »

Inexpensive entry. Dell introduces a new entry-level version for its exclusive portfolio of mobile workstations with the Precision M2800. We tested if the concept with updated Latitude cases and AMD FirePro graphics really works.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-Precision-M2800-Notebook-Review.120156.0.html

 
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