The Eurocom M4 is a highly configurable notebook that is designed to offer customers the ability to upgrade internal hardware should they choose to do so. Eurocom has always managed to entice customers by offering a host of customization options with its models, and is continuing to do so by rolling out QHD displays for the M4.
Customers looking to buy the 13.3-inch Eurocom M4 will be able to choose between a Quad-HD+ panel that features a resolution of 3200 x 1800, a QHD display that comes with a 2560 x 1440 with a 1000: 1 contrast ratio and the more standard full-HD variant. The QHD and full-HD panels are also available in a matte finish.
It isn’t just the screen that is highly customizable, as users have the ability of choosing from several processors that include the 2.40 GHz Core i7-4700MQ, the 2.50 GHz Core i7-4710MQ or the 2.90 GHz Core i7-4910MQ. For enthusiast users, Eurocom is also offering the Haswell-based 3 GHz Core i7-4930MX Extreme Edition as well as the 3.10 GHz Core i7-4940MX Extreme Edition. The extreme edition CPUs do contribute significantly to the final cost of the build, with the i7-4930MX priced at $640, while the i7-4940MX will set you back $1050 just for the CPU.
You can also configure 16 GB DDR3L RAM clocked at 1866 MHz, and get a total of 3 TB of internal storage, which includes two SSDs and a single mechanical drive. While the list of hardware offered by Eurocom is extensive, the brand still needs to offer more options when it comes to the video card, as you can currently only get the Eurocom M4 with an Nvidia GTX 860M. The addition of the GTX 900 series cards would be welcome.
For the amount of features it offers, the Eurocom M4 does not cost a lot, as we were able to configure a QHD panel, 16 GB RAM, 2.50 GHz Core i7-4710MQ and a 500 GB Samsung Evo 840 SSD for under $2000.