The new Latitude E6400 XFR Fully Rugged Laptop and PowerEdge M610 & M710 offer customers more RAM expansion capacityPosted by PRO Memory Upgrade on Tuesday, April 14 2009
The Latitude E6400 XFR offers up to 8GB of 800MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM capacity
Built tough for tough environments, Latitude E6400 XFR was designed and engineered to be the highest performing fully rugged laptop in its class and from what we have seen this is true. It out performs the top Panasonic Toughbook and has twice the RAM capacity! According to Dell The Dell Latitude™ XFR D630 has up to 23% greater performance than Panasonic’s CF-30” Based on SYSmark® 2007 testing by Dell Labs in February 5, 2008 with a Dell Latitude XFR D630 (Intel Core Duo T7500 @ 2.2GHz, 512MB RAM, Windows XP Pro SP2, 160GB HDD) compared to a Panasonic CF-30 (Intel Core Duo L2400 @ 1.66GHz, 512MB RAM, Windows XP Pro SP2, 80GB HDD). So this E6400 XFR aims to out perform even more. If you are in the market for more Latitude E6400 XFR memory, check us out!
Expansion is deep with new DDR3 1333MHz M610 & M710 PowerEdge blade servers and
Dell allows inexpensive servers with the ability to MAX at 96GB and 144GB of memory, amazing! The Intel Xeon Processor 5500 Series based Dell PowerEdge M610 & M710 blade servers are designed to adapt in real time to your software enabling multiple tasks to be done simultaneously, while boosting performance with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology as business usage demands it most. Well done Dell, and with the M610 starting at $1699.99 it makes for a server you can afford. PRO Memory Upgrade delivers the PowerEdge M710 and PowerEdge M610 1333MHz ECC Registered modules you can trust and afford.