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Eurocom unveils new M4 ultraportable laptop

The M4 is fully upgradable
Eurocom has launched the new M4 laptop, which it calls "the most powerful 13.3 inch notebook ever made."

Eurocom recently launched a new ultraportable laptop called the M4. The laptop is fully upgradable, and is aimed at those who want a powerful computer that can be taken anywhere. The M4 also has a lot of different configurations and tons of different options available. The base model's configuration comes with a 13.3 inch 3200x1800 IPS display and a 2.40 GHz Intel Mobile Core i7-4700MQ processor.

The Eurocom M4 is a relatively bulky machine, weighing in at 4.4 lbs. It is a rather large laptop as well, with a height of 1.28 inches. Despite its size and heft, the machine houses an Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M dedicated GPU and can be configured to house a GeForce GTX 960M GPU. With a standard 8 GB of DD3RL RAM and a 500 GB hard drive, this laptop is quite powerful and well suited for programs requiring a lot of processing power or top of the line graphics.

Eurocom's new offering unfortunately compromises on battery life, and the ultraportable allows for up to 5 hours of use without plugging it in to charge. Those looking for a machine with a fast processor and fantastic display most likely will not be too concerned about the size and weight, as these are a few expected compromises for such power to be achieved in a portable form factor. The base price of the M4 is $1135, and this is a rather low price considering the high-end components.

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Joseph Lambert, 2015-04-29 (Update: 2015-04-29)