Review Dell Precision M2400 Notebook

Smallest in League

The Dell Precision M2400 is with its 14 inch screen the smallest notebook of the powerful workstation series from Dell. Because the size of the case has an direct impact on the reserve capacities in terms of performance, because the built-in hardware finally has to be sufficiently cooled, the Precision M2400's performance is also lowest of this model lineup.

Dell Precision M2400

At the time of writing Dell offers three mobile workstations of different size. E.g., the Precision M6300, a 17" desktop replacement, which is still based on the Intel Santa Rosa platform, or its successor, the Precision M6400 with Intel Centrino 2 technology.
The Dell Precission M4400 is a powerful mobile computer with 15.4 inch panel. For all those who are often on the move Dell also offers the Precision M2400 with 14 inch display.

Case

Regarding case one can refer to the review of the Dell Latitude E6500 or the Precision M4400 in nearly all aspects. The construction principles and the used materials are the same. The case made of an magnesium alloy offers an excellent stability and is so basis for an intensive mobile use. A small weakness can be found at the perforated covers of the speakers left and right of the keyboard. Under pressure they slightly give.

The 'shrinked' M4400 also looks the same than its bigger brother, also including a striking silver display lid. Otherwise, the case is completely black and  sucessfully hides away from envious glances.

Due to a weight of 2380 grammes the Dell Precision M2400 can also be easily transported. Also the power adapter was adjusted for this purpose. It is only  1.5 centimetres broad and weighs only 370 grammes.

Connectivity

Also in terms of offered interfaces the smallest notebook of the Precision series is hardly inferior compared to its bigger colleagues. The Precision M2400, e.g., comes up with a total of 3 USB 2.0 ports, digital Display port, VGA port, FireWire, and eSATA.
Although some interfaces had been rearanged compared to the M4400 model, also the M2400 has most of its ports on the flanks towards the back.

This keeps the areas besides the notebook free from disturbing cables and plugs, which would otherwise occupy the desktop beside it. If you frequently switch between mobile and stationary operation, the docking interface can play its strength. It allows to quickly remove the Precision M2400 from a complex office environment with many connected peripherals.

Another change compared to the bigger models has to be also mentioned. The M2400 does no longer provide a PC-Card slot, but an integrated SmartCard reader. The 54 millimetre ExpressCard slot is still on the right side of the case while the SD-Card reader is now on the front.

Front: SD-Cardreader
Front: SD-Cardreader
Left: Kensington Lock, VGA-Out, 2x USB 2.0 / eSATA, SmartCard
Left: Kensington Lock, VGA-Out, 2x USB 2.0 / eSATA, SmartCard
Back: (Modem), LAN, Display Port, Power Socket
Back:  (Modem), LAN, Display Port, Power Socket
Right: ExpressCard, FireWire, DVD Drive, Audio Ports, 2x USB 2.0
Right: ExpressCard, FireWire, DVD Drive, Audio Ports, 2x USB 2.0

Also in terms of communication modules the Dell Precision M2400 does hardly rank behind its bigger counterparts. A Gigabit LAN connection by Intel (Intel 82567LM Gigabit Network Connection), a WLAN module, alternatively by Dell (e.g., the Dell Wireless 1397 WLAN mini-card in our test sample) or also the Intel 5100 or 5300 WLAN modules, are offered.
Furthermore, it comes with Bluetooth V2.1 and is ready for broadband Internet (Dell Wireless 5530 - HSDPA).

Dell is also generous regarding security. Here you can, e.g., list the integraded SmartCard reader, an optional fingerprint reader, and a TPM (Trusted Platform Module) 1.2 chip.
Finally also the offered software has to be mentioned in this aspect. Called Dell Control Point is eases working with this notebook. Whether you need to configure or maintain connections, backup your data or adjust the energy settings, this software sure is helpful.

Ex factory Dell offers a 3 years warranty with service on the next working day for the Precision M2400. Optionally you can upgrade to an on-site service and enhance the warranty to up to 5 years. Depending on the type of the service contract this upgrade can cost up to 288.- Euro.

Input Devices

Although the Precision M2400 is due to its 14 inch display a little bit smaller than the 15.4 inch model the built-in keyboard looks the same and should also physically be identical to the one inside its bigger counterpart. So, also a lighting is available for this keyboard, a features we could e.g. marvel in the review of the Dell Latitude E6500. Our current test sample of the Precision M2400 does not have this handy features and so saves about 45.- Euro in the total costs.

The keyboard layout turned out to rather user-friendly in our test. It supports an intuitive touch typing with hardly any typing mistakes. However, some time of getting used to might be needed, because the space bar has been moved a little bit to the left for a bigger left Ctrl and Alt key.
Typing feels very comfortable, but personal preferences have a big influence in this aspect. Characteristics of this keyboard are a clear feedback, a comfortable key travel and a decent noise.

The trackpoint/keyboard combination, which is also used in the bigger Precision models, is of special interest in the smallest and most agile representative, because it is probably most frequently used here.
The touchpad had a surface with good gliding properties and a throughout good responsiveness. The only point of critique are its buttons, which are difficult to use, with the thumb of the navigating hand, because of their size and the way they are framed by the surrounding case.
The trackpoint is by far more user-friendly if you want to navigate by using only one hand. It convinces not only by its ergonomical shape, but, also by its good responsiveness.

Touchpad/Trackpoint
Dell Latitude M2400 Touchpad
Keyboard
Dell Latitude M2400 Keyboard

Display

At the time of writing Dell offers two different panels for the Precision M2400. The cheapest version is thereby a 1280x800 pixel WXGA display with matte surface and LED technology. For a surcharge of 70.- Euro, you'll also get an also non-reflecting anti-glare LED display with finer resolution of 1440x900 pixel.
Our test sample was also equipped with a WXGA+ display which might be definitely the better option if you require a screen with good overview and a sufficiently big desktop size.

In the test of the display brightness the first advantage of the LED panel gets evident. In the middle of the screen we measured a maximum brightness of 297 cd/m², an excellent result. Also in terms of illumination the WXGA+ display scores points by a rather good result of 86.2%.

257
cd/m²
269
cd/m²
257
cd/m²
256
cd/m²
297
cd/m²
264
cd/m²
266
cd/m²
296
cd/m²
268
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Information
Maximum: 297 cd/m²
Average: 270 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 86 %
Black: 2.24 cd/m²
Contrast: 133:1

According to our measurements the weak point of this panels is its maximum contrast. The measured black value, i.e., the minimum representable brightness of 2.24 cd/m² is relatively high. Together with the maximum brightness this gives a maximum contrast of only about 132:1. Furthermore, a black background displayed on this screen appears even with the naked eye rather bright.
Measuring the colour representation of the built-in WXGA+ LED display with the Spyder3 measuring tool from the company Datacolor, uncovered that the colours of the uncalibrated picture are too cool and too blue dominated.

Dell Precision M4400 Outdoor
Dell Precision M2400 Outdoor

The Precision M2400 is playing with a good hand for outdoor operation. First of all the matte display surface prevents even in very bright environments disturbing reflections. On the other hand this panel is with nearly 300 cd/m² very bright.

Viewing Angles M2400
Viewing Angles M2400

Considering the viewing angle stability this LED panel has a rather big stable area of operation in horizontal direction. Not before the viewing angle is very acute, there is a loss of contrast observable.
In vertical direction the viewing angles are clearly narrower, but still sufficient. If the viewing angle gets acuter, the picture also changes here.



Video of Display's Viewing Angles

Performance

The bar is set rather high in terms of performance for the Precision M2400, because it is clearly a representative of Dell's workstation series, and therewith a high performer of the product line-up. In calculation power the M2400 is hardly inferior to the other models. Supporting powerful Intel processors up to the T9600 CPU with 2.8 GHz and 6MB L2-Cache, this Precision leaves hardly anything to be desired in this aspect. Apart from that Core 2 Extreme CPUs are hardly feasible inside 14" notebooks, because they require much cooling and are not really reasonable in mobile laptops because of their energy demand.

All models come with the same graphics card, a Quadro FX 370M from nVidia. This is an entry-level graphics solution, which is based on the nVidia NVS 160M or the Geforce 9200/9300. However, due to CAD optimized drivers, it has especially for OpenGL clearly more reserve capacities than the consumer versions, which are in general identical.

The nVidia Quadro FX 370M inside this Dell Precision was equipped with 256MB GDDR2 memory. In the 3D Mark 2006 benchmark comparison the Dell Precision M2400 with the equipment mentioned above achieves 1595 points and therewith a lower rank in the rating, clearly behind comparable mobile business notebooks with Radeon HD3450, Geforce 9300M GT, or Quadro NVS 160M graphics solutions.

Cinebench R10
Cinebench R10

The result of the Cinebench R10 benchmark test, which especially examines the OpenGL shading, is clearly better. In this test the Precision M2400 achieves at least 3031 points and is therewith slightly better than the Dell Latitude E6500 with Quadro NVS 160M graphics solution. As expected the performance of the T9400 CPU in the multi-CPU rendering test is good.

Cinebench R10
Cinebench R10

Interesting and rather positive is also the result in the SPEC Viewperf benchmark test. Here the performance of the system is analysed by visualisations in different CAD and graphics applications in practice.
The result of the Precision M2400 is note-worthy. Nearly in all fields except of the Ensight software, the nVidia Quadro FX 370M outperforms the actually higher ranking ATI Radeon 3650HD graphics card. However, compared to professional graphics cards like, e.g., an FX 770M or a FireGL V5700 the performance is overall only mediocre.

SPEC Viewperf 10.0
SPEC Viewperf 10.0

There is no doubt that graphics performance is not the only important aspect for a workstation like the Precision M2400. On the contrary, a powerful complete system is demanded, which also includes further hardware components, e.g., RAM and hard drive. In the PC Mark 2005 benchmark test the Precision M2400  achieved with 5411 points a rather respectable result and ranks therewith only slightly behind Office experts like e.g. the Latitude E6500 or the Thinkpad W500 from Lenovo.

PC Mark 2005 Comparison
PC Mark 2005 Comparison

The test sample came with a total of 2 gigabyte RAM, whereas two 1024 MB DDR2 PC2-6400 (800MHz) modules were built-in. At the time of writing Dell offers up to 4 GB DDR2 RAM as possible maximum upgrade. Because of the Intel Montevina platform it should in principal be possible to upgrade to a maximum of 8 GB DDR3 RAM, which would require a 64 bit operating system.

The hard drive of the test sample was a fast 7200 rpm hard drive by Seagate (ST9200420ASG) with a gross capacity of 200 gigabyte, which achieved good results in the HDTune benchmark test. For instance the average transfer rate of 52 MB/sec is good compared to up-to-date mass storage devices, and so is the access time of 15.1 milliseconds.
Typical Dell, the Precision M2400 can also be ordered with a number of other hard drive models ranging from cheaper, but, also slightly slower 5400 rpm models up to SSDs, which are insusceptible to shocks.

Systeminfo CPU
Systeminfo CPU
Systeminfo Chipset
Systeminfo Ram
Systeminfo Ram
Systeminfo GPU
Systeminfo HDD
System Information: Dell Precision M2400
3D Mark
3DMark 2001SE13622 points
3DMark 035532 points
3DMark 053290 points
3DMark 06
 1280x1024
1595 points
Help
PC Mark
PCMark 055411 points
Help
Cinebench R10
 SettingsValue
 Rendering Single 32Bit2816 Points
 Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit5255 Points
 Shading 32Bit3031 Points
200 GB - 7200 rpm
Transfer Rate Minimum: 34.1 MB/s
Transfer Rate Maximum: 64.7 MB/s
Transfer Rate Average: 52 MB/s
Access Time: 15.7 ms
Burst Rate: 104.9 MB/s
CPU Usage: 3.5 %

Gaming Performance

It can probably be excluded that anybody buys the Precision M2400 for gaming. Nevertheless, some might be interesting in some reserve capacities for different games. As already proved by the benchmarks above, the most crucial component for games, the graphics card, of the Precision M2400 can be called  an entry-level solution. So, this notebook has especially difficulties with current games with high demands on graphics.

We tested the performance of Unreal Tournament 3, a fast shooter game. To be on the safe side, we used very low settings, i.e., a resolution of 800x600 pixels and minimum details (level 1/5) and got an average frame rate of 35-60 frames per second. So, it is in principal possible to play this shooter, but, as there are sometimes short jerks, you won't be really competitive. When we increased the detail level to 3/5 the performance dropped to hardly useful 15-41 fps.

The test also included SPORE the new simulation from Electronic Arts. As well-known from Sims, also here you'll create creatures and evolute them from a simple  cell to complex social creatures. Thereby graphics is important, however, you do not rely on such a high performance than demanded for, e.g., 3D-multi-player games. In the test SPORE achieved rather well playable 27-30 frames on a resolution of 1024x768 pixels and all details on medium.

For those who like older games, we also tested Civilisation 4 upon request of a regular reader. This strategy game, based on rounds, is not really a challenge for the Precision M2400. Even on maximum resolution of 1440x900 Pixel and on high details, Fraps recorded permanentely 30 fps when we had a peek at the demo. So, also the few animations ran rather smoothly.

Spieleleistung

Emissions

System Noise

In idle mode and under Office load the fan ran permanently. Nevertheless, the noise level of this notebook is very decent. In detail we measured a noise level of 32.3 dB(A). Under load the fan quickly ran faster and reached an average of 39.5 dB(A). Also here the noise of the M2400 is still rather acceptable. In our test we recorded a maximum noise level of 44.8 dB(A).

Noise Level

Idle 32.3 / 32.3 / 32.3 dB(A)
HDD 33.7 dB(A)
DVD 37.0 / dB(A)
Load 39.5 / 44.8 dB(A)
 
    30 dB
silent
40 dB
audible
50 dB
loud
 
min: , med: , max:     (15 cm distance)

Temperature

Despite the compact design, the fan can apparently ensure a sufficient air flow inside the case. So, the heating of the surfaces is very limited.
We recorded a maximum of about 34.7 °C for the top side of the base unit. The bottom side got slightly warmer, but a maximum of 41.2 °C is still alright.

Max. Load
 34.3 °C34.6 °C32.1 °C 
 34.4 °C34.7 °C34.4 °C 
 32.1 °C32.5 °C30.5 °C 
Maximum: 34.7 °C
Average: 33.3 °C
37.6 °C41.2 °C36.8 °C
35.3 °C37.4 °C35.7 °C
33.8 °C36.5 °C34.3 °C
Maximum: 41.2 °C
Average: 36.5 °C
Room Temperature 21.0 °C

Loudspeakers

The two speakers, which are left and right beside the keyboard, have a clear, but, relatively thin sound without bass. The maximum volume is sufficient, but by no means outstanding. Nevertheless, these two speakers are quite useful for undemanding background music.
The 3.5mm headphones jack was also alright in our test and provided a clear signal.

Battery Runtime

Readers Test
Maximum Battery Life (BatteryEater Readers Test)
Classic Test
Minimum Battery Life (BatteryEater Classic Test)

The Dell Precision M2400 comes standard with a 56Wh lithium-ions battery (6-cells). Already its battery runtime was throughout passable in the performed runtime tests. A 9 cell main battery is available as alternative. If your demands on mobility are especially high, the Precission M2400 can also handle a supplement battery (48 Wh) instead of an optical drive in the multi-bay. If you select a good, and so also expensive equipment, the runtime can be absolutely respectable.

In the test of the maximum possible runtime with the Readers test of the BatteryEater tool (minimum display brightness, energy saving profile, WLAN off) the M2400 worked for at least 305 minutes, that are a little more than 5 hours. Under load in the Classic Test (maximum display brightness, WLAN on, profile: top performance), the runtime was still 94 minutes.

Also the recorded runtime in tests in step with actual practice is note-worthy. E.g., in wireless DVD replay on maximum display brightness the runtime was 146 minutes. In WLAN mode the Dell M2400 reached at least 215 minutes.

Power Consumption

Idle 12.2 / 15.4 / 16.9 Watt
Load 40.6 / 55.8 Watt
 
Key: min: , med: , max:         
Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
5h 05min
WiFi Surfing
2h 26min
DVD
3h 35min
Load (maximum brightness)
1h 34min

Verdict

Now we also got hold of the smallest representative of the powerful workstation series from Dell for a review, the Dell Precision M2400. Alike already the comparable Precision and Latitude this notebook also convinces in terms of case, and workmanship. Weighing only about 2.4 kilogramme the Precision M2400 is, furthermore, very ready for journeys.

The throughout passable battery life of already the standard battery has an positive impact on the mobility of this noteook. Thanks to an option for upgrading to a 9 cell battery and for an optional supplement multibay battery, the Precision M2400 can also turn into a long running notebook.

Another important aspect is that the M2400 can handle outdoor operation with ease as it is equipped with a very bright and non-reflecting display. Because an optional UMTS module is also available the last limiting factor drops out too.

Regarding performance it is note-worthy that the 3D graphics performance of the Dell Precision M2400 is rather limited. Although the results of the OpenGL performance tests are passable, it is still  far away from the level of powerful 15.4 inch or even 17 inch DTR notebooks.

A big pro for the Dell Precision M2400 are its emissions which can be easily stood. This is true for office operation and under load. Although we recorded some high peaks when measuring the noise level, this should be the exception in practice.

The main field of operation of the Dell Precision M2400 should be especially mobile operation and possibly outdoor operation with high independance of an external power source and also high independance in terms of data communication, but, nevertheless with demand on some reserve capacities in terms of performance in order to run, e.g., 3D visualisations. The biggest advantage compared to its bigger colleagues is thereby the essentially agiler chassis, which makes carrying it around feasible for the user.

Dell Precision M2400
Dell Precision M2400

 

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Specifications

Dell Precision M2400

:: Processor
:: Mainboard
Intel PM45
:: Memory
2048 MB, PC2-6400 800MHz, 2x1024MB, max. 8 GB
:: Graphics adapter
NVIDIA Quadro FX 370M - 256 MB, Core: 580 MHz, Memory: 400 MHz, GDDR2, 6.14.11.7607
:: Display
14.1 inch 16:10, 1440x900 pixel, WXGA+ LED TFT, glossy: no
:: Harddisk
200 GB - 7200 rpm, 200 GB 7200 rpm Seagate ST9200420ASG
:: Soundcard
Intel IDT 92HD71B7 HD Audio (ICH9)
:: Connections
1 Express Card 54mm, 3 USB 2.0, 1 Firewire, 1 VGA, 1 DisplayPort, 1 Kensington Lock, 1 eSata, 1 Docking Station Port, Audio Connections: headphones, microphone, Card Reader: SD-Cardreader,
:: Networking
Intel(R) 82567LM Gigabit Network Connection (10/100/1000MBit), Dell Wireless 1397 WLAN Mini-Card (), 2.1 Bluetooth
:: Optical drive
PLDS DVD+-RW DU-8A2S
:: Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 32 x 244 x 335
:: Weight
2.38 kg Power Supply: 0.37 kg
:: Battery
56 Wh Lithium-Ion, 11.1V
:: Price
1500 Euro
:: Operating System
Microsoft Windows XP Professional 32 Bit
:: Additional features
36 Months Warranty, SmartCard Reader

 

The Dell Precision M2400 is the compactest model of the powerful Dell Precision workstation series.
The Dell Precision M2400 is the compactest model of the powerful Dell Precision workstation series.
Dell offers two display version for this laptop, a WXGA and a WXGA+ panel.
Dell offers two display version for this laptop, a WXGA and a WXGA+ panel.
The reviewed LED WXGA+ display with a resolution of 1440x900 Pixel could especially convince by its very good brightness.
The reviewed LED WXGA+ display with a resolution of 1440x900 Pixel could especially convince by its very good brightness.
However in terms of contrast and viewing angle stability it is only mediocre.
However in terms of contrast and viewing angle stability it is only mediocre.
The Precision M2400 is equipped with powerful Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs.
The Precision M2400 is equipped with powerful Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs.
The used graphics card is an nVidia Quadro FX 370M.
The used graphics card is an  nVidia Quadro FX 370M.
Due to this combination, this notebook achieves a passable performance for professional 3D applications, which is clearly weaker than of its bigger colleagues.
Due to this combination, this notebook achieves a passable performance for professional 3D applications, which is clearly weaker than of its bigger colleagues.
Thanks to being based on the Intel Montevina platform this laptop supports up to 8 gigabyte RAM.
Thanks to being based on the Intel Montevina platform this laptop supports up to 8 gigabyte RAM.
If standard office applications are run, the fan is decently audible from the background. But, it can get rather loud under load.
If standard office applications are run, the fan is decently audible from the background. But, it can get rather loud under load.
In return, the measured heating of the case surfaces is limited.
In return, the measured heating of the case surfaces is limited.
The built-in loudspeakers have a clear, but thin sound. That's quite alright for a business notebook.
The built-in loudspeakers have a clear, but thin sound. That's quite alright for a business notebook.
The battery life of the 5-cell battery is already useful. Thank to a 9-cell battery, which is available as alternative,...
The battery life of the 5-cell battery is already useful. Thank to a 9-cell battery, which is available as alternative,...
Due to its touchpad/trackpoint combination, it is also user-friendly to work with the M2400 without external mouse.
Due to its touchpad/trackpoint combination, it is also user-friendly to work with the M2400 without external mouse.
It is characterized by a user-friendly typing and a clear layout.
It is characterized by a user-friendly typing and a clear layout.
The built-in keyboard is identical to the one in the bigger models.
The built-in keyboard is identical to the one in the bigger models.
This 14 inch notebook looks nearly completely like its bigger colleagues.
This 14 inch notebook looks nearly completely like its bigger colleagues.
Thereby the silver lid with wave structure is the most striking detail of these new Dell Precision notebooks.
Thereby the silver lid with wave structure is the most striking detail of these new Dell Precision notebooks.
The M2400 managed to prove that it equals the already reviewed Dell business notebooks in terms of workmanship and case stability.
The M2400 managed to prove that it equals the already reviewed Dell business notebooks in terms of workmanship and case stability.
Weighing just nearly 2.4 kilogramme and having a special compact power adapter, the Precision is very mobile.
Weighing just nearly 2.4 kilogramme and having a special compact power adapter, the Precision is very mobile.
Also in terms of connectivity the compact Dell M2400 is generous.
Also in terms of connectivity the compact Dell M2400 is generous.
It offers e.g. 3 USB ports, a digital Display port, and an eSATA interface.
It offers e.g. 3 USB ports, a digital Display port, and an eSATA interface.
Thereby the user-friendly alignment of the ports on the flanks towards the back is advantageous.
Thereby the user-friendly alignment of the ports on the flanks towards the back is advantageous.
The massive metal hinges firmly hold the display.
The massive metal hinges firmly hold the display.
Thanks to docking port on the bottom side of the notebook the M2400 can also be enhanced by further interfaces.
Thanks to docking port on the bottom side of the notebook the M2400 can also be enhanced by further interfaces.
A very important features is that a UMTS broadband module is also available.
A very important features is that a UMTS broadband module is also available.
So, it is easy to connect the Dell Precision M2400 to the Internet while on-the-move.
So, it is easy to connect the Dell Precision M2400 to the Internet while on-the-move.
...and the optional multi-bay supplement battery, an even longer runtime is possible.
...and the optional multi-bay supplement battery, an even longer runtime is possible.

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Price Comparison

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Pro

+Compact, robust case
+Good workmanship and high-quality haptics
+Many interfaces
+A variety of security and communication features
+Bright LED display, outdoor capable
+Passable temperature and noise emissions in idle mode and under office load
+Good battery life, can also be optionally enhanced
 

Cons

-The touchpad buttons need getting used to to some extent
-Moderate contrast and viewing angle stability of the display

Rating

Dell Precision M2400
11/06/2008
J. Simon Leitner

Chassis
88%
Keyboard
88%
Pointing Device
86%
Connectivity
88%
Weight
83%
Battery
82%
Display
86%
Games Performance
76%
Application Performance
88%
Temperature
86%
Noise
86%
Add Points
90%
Average
86%
86%
Multimedia *
Weighted Average

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Author: J. Simon Leitner, 2008-11-16 (Update: 2012-05-26)