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Old 17-12-14, 02:57 AM
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Isnt a 4k display a tad too early anyways? As the GPU's will barely have enough grunt to run games at 4k, that and none of the models support dual gpus. People who get one of these will really have to run their games at a lower res and/or increase font size.

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Old 17-12-14, 09:07 AM
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So the WS60 is a mobile workstation with a k2100m (basically a 750m) right? These specifications are really similar to MBPs, so it'll be fine for everything except gaming.
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Old 19-12-14, 09:50 AM
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4K on Workstations is a must for a lot of people, or else we wouldn't be doing it!

3D designers/CAD users etc need the high level of detail, there is a use beyond just people having 4K TV's just for the sake of it
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Old 19-12-14, 11:03 AM
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They can make 4k screen on a 13 inch laptop, but still cant make a gaming laptop not sound like a hoover when trying to give those pixels for it.
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