Eurocom's 13.3-inch M4 Laptop Packs a 3200x1800 Display, Maxwell Graphics

Paul Lilly

Eurocom claims the M4 is the most powerful ultraportable on the planet

Put the kids to bed because Eurocom's M4 just might scare the children. Based on the specs, it certainly should scare any Ultrabooks that happen to wander by. According to Eurocom, the M4 is the world's most powerful ultraportable , a claim it makes based on its combination of up to an Intel Core i7 4940XM Extreme processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M (Maxwell) graphics.

The real highlight of the show might be the display. This thing touts a 13.3-inch panel with a 3200x1800 (QHD+) resolution. In doing so, users should have a plenty of on-screen real-estate to play around while maintaining an ultraportable form factor that measures 13.2 inches (W) by 9.98 inches (D) by 1.28 inches (H) and weighs 4.4 pounds.

Pricing actually starts at around a grand for a more subdued configuration, though the M4 is configurable well beyond the budget of most pedestrians, including multiple 1TB solid state drive options (there are two mSATA slots and a regular SATA slot).

You can configure and pick up your own (or window shop) on Eurocom's website .

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