Dell Precision M6600 Mobile Workstation Incredible desktop-worthy performance to handle your most demanding applications with options up 2nd generation Intel®Core™ i7 Processor Extreme Edition. Dell Precision M6600 Mobile Workstation Available on rental and sale in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Coimbatore and Kochi.

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Powerful ISV-certified mobile workstation

Dell Precision M6600 Mobile Workstation

Dell Precision M6600 Productivity amplified

Sacrifice nothing and get even more in a light and powerful system. Providing incredible desktop-worthy performance to handle some of your most demanding applications, this durable powerhouse offers an extensive display with exceptional graphics capability.

  • Windows 7 Ultimate
  • Powerful Intel Core processors with options up to Intel Core i7 processor Extreme Edition and upgradable to include Intel vPro technology
  • Fast rendering with professional AMD or NVIDIA discrete graphics with up to 4GB of dedicated memory
  • Blistering performance with extensive DDR3 memory with four dual in-line memory module (DIMM) slots for up to 32GB of 1333MHz memory or up to 16GB2 of 1600MHz memory
  • Accurate color reproduction and brilliant clarity with astonishing display options
  • Connect to virtually all your peripherals with a bevy of ports, including USB 3.0, USB 2.0, DisplayPort, VGA, HDMI and eSATA
  • NVIDIA Optimus technology intelligently provides graphics performance when you need it and can help extend battery life when you don’t
  • AMD Eyefinity technology supports up to five total displays when docked and three when undocked


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Designed for professionals who demand strength and reliability, the Dell Precision™ M6600 is constructed for a long life of dependable service and, if needed, serviceability that’s easy to depend on:

  • ISV certification to ensure established software reliability for demanding applications.
  • Rigid and durable aluminum and magnesium alloy chassis with a sleek professional design.
  • Compatibility with all Dell E-family docking options.
  • Robust manageability options, including Intel® vPro™, to help keep operations running smoothly and IT costs down.
  • Quick removal bottom door for easy access to the system’s critical components.
  • Help prevent data loss from system drops with the integrated Fast Response Free Fall Sensor.
  • Designed for durability and MIL-STD-810G tested for extreme temperatures, vibration, dust, altitude and shock.


Intel CoreTM i5 (2520)
Intel CoreTM i7 (2720)


Up to 8GB DDR3 SDRAM at 1333Mhz


Up to 750GB hard drive (7200RPM)


AMD FirePro M8900 Mobility Pro with 2GB GDDR5 dedicated memory
NVIDIA Quadro 3000M with 2GB GDDR5 dedicated memory
NVIDIA Quadro 4000M with 2GB GDDR5 dedicated memory
NVIDIA Quadro 5010M with 4GB GDDR5 dedicated memory


Dell Precision M6600 Mobile Workstation

The Precision M6600 is Dell’s high-end mobile system. It is designed to be a desktop replacement, offering high performance and durable construction. But while it has received good reviews from less specialist websites, I wasn’t certain how it would hold up with processor-intensive DCC applications. Accordingly, I spent several months integrating the M6600 into my daily workflow to see if it held up as a primary workstation.

System specifications 

The dell precision m6600 specs are quite impressive: in fact, they would be considered relatively high-end for a desktop system. First off, we have an Intel Core i7-2920XM quad-core CPU based off of Intel’s latest-generation Sandy Bridge architecture, running at 2.5GHz (which may be overclocked to 3.5GHz via Intel’s Turbo Boost technology when lightly threaded applications are running). For memory, the system sports 8GB of DDR3 1333 RAM. The GPU is a powerful mobile Quadro 5010M professional graphics accelerator with a whopping 4GB of dedicated RAM. For storage, we have a pair of 512GB SSD hard drives set up in a RAID 0 array for a grand total of 1 TB of SSD storage. And finally, for the OS, we have the standard Windows 7 Professional 64 bit. All of that hardware drives a 17.3 inch LED-backlit IPS touchscreen display at 1,920 x 1,080 resolution.

First impressions

Dell precision m6600 review My first impressions of the M6600 were quite good. Finished in a gunmetal gray, the magnesium and aluminum exterior is simple and elegant: in my opinion, the way a professional workstation should look, rather than the over-the-top design and crazy lighting of so many modern gaming laptops.

Input options
The keyboard feels solid, with firm keystrokes and a good tactile sensation, and is very easy to use for extended periods of time. The LED backlighting on the keys is also a nice touch. The trackpad is a good size and in an ideal location so that you don’t accidentally hit it while typing – and it works wonderfully. Input is precise and intuitive and I actually found myself using it more than the wireless mouse that I attached to the system. In addition, there is a small pointing stick nestled in the middle of the keyboard, between the [G], [H] and [B] keys that can be used to control the cursor. Overall, the input devices in the M6600 are excellent.

Along the top end of the system’s base, right behind the keyboard, you have the main power button, volume up and down and a mute button. The system’s built-in speakers sit between the power and volume buttons, and are pretty standard for a mobile system. They aren’t awful, but as with all small speakers, it’s hard to get decent bass levels out of them, giving them a somewhat tinny sound.

The display
However, the M6600’s LED-backlit LCD display is beautiful, displaying crisp, sharp imagery with bright, rich color. The 1,920 x 1,080 resolution on a 17.3″ screen creates a super-fine pixel pitch, which contributes to the outstanding image quality. And while our review system came equipped with a 24-bit color display (8 bits per color channel), the M6600 is available with an optional 30-bit color display (10 bits per color channel), providing a total output of 1.07 billion colors versus the 16.8 million colors produced by 24-bit displays.

Although the display is excellent if you are sitting right in front of it, it does have a somewhat narrow vertical viewing angle: odd for an IPS display. Color and brightness shifts are seldom noticeable when moving your head left to right, but they become much more apparent when shifting your head up or down. However, this isn’t a major issue, as most people won’t move their heads enough while working to cause a significant shift in the angle of incidence, especially with a display that is less than 18 inches in size.

As I mentioned in the specs, the Dell Precision M6600 Mobile Workstation is equipped with a touchscreen display that supports both capacitive touch and pen-based touch with the stylus provided. The stylus is pressure-sensitive, and works reasonably well with applications such as Photoshop and ZBrush, but for professional artists, you’d be better off plugging in a graphics tablet – or even better, hooking the M6600 up to one of Wacom’s Cintiq pen displays.

The touchscreen is an interesting addition, but I can’t help feeling it’s an unnecessary one. I could see it being beneficial if the screen was able to fold flat like a tablet PC, but in a traditional laptop, it’s rather awkward, making the trackpad much more convenient to use.

Dell Precision M6600 Mobile Workstation

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