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New Dell Latitude E5470 (Skylake), 14" FHD, i7-6820HQ, 8GB DDR4, 500GB HD, $872 shipped (Dell Advantage members)

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Last Edited by mlacey3 December 15, 2015 at 02:51 PM
Dell just dropped their 14" & 15" Latitude notebooks (5000 series), refreshed with Skylake & DDR4 memory. One pre-configured, ready-to-ship 14" model (E5470) is currently listed as 49% off in the business store.

1. Go to http://www.dell.com/us/business/p...=PD_Family
2. Select the fourth option, which should be 49% off
3. Customize per your preferences (note that customization options are limited as this is a prebuilt system. Adobe Acrobat is currently on sale for a cheap price.)
4. Remove DDPE encryption and reduce 3-year warranty to 1-year to lower price to $969 (or keep these items if you want them)
5. Add to cart
6. Apply coupon "SAVE10%BIZ" to knock the price down to $872.43
7. Free 2-day shipping and 5% cashback for Dell Advantage members (free signup)

Don't know how many of these they have. Looks like a good deal for quad-core Skylake i7, FHD panel, & MIL-SPEC construction. Base weight is 3.88 lbs, item as configured is probably a little higher due to 500 GB HD instead of SSD.

Full item list:

Dell Latitude E5470, BTX
Intel i7-6820 CPU
Intel® HD Graphics 530
8GB (1x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory
Non-Touch FHD LCD with camera, WWAN
Internal Dual Pointing Backlit Keyboard, French/English Bilingual
Intel® Dual-Band Wireless-AC 8260 Wi-Fi + BT 4.1 Wireless Driver (2x2)
500GB 7mm 7.2krpm HD
Windows 7 Professional English, French, Spanish 64bit (Includes Windows 10 Pro License)
Intel® Dual-Band Wireless-AC 8260 Wi-Fi + BT 4.1 Wireless Card (2x2)
Intel vPro™ Technology’s Advanced Management Features
No Resource DVD
Palmrest dual-pointing with Smart Card only
Primary 4-cell 62W/HR Battery
Estar 6.1
Microsoft Office Trial
65 Watt AC Adaptor
Windows 10 OS Recovery 64bit - DVD
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#2
do you think the 90W power brick is needed on these new i7s?
I remeber the 4th gen suffered with 65w bricks..but those were hotter cpus back then.

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looks like the 90w isn't available anyways.
kind of a bummer on this laptop, 8gb on 1 dimm is the maximum RAM. I'm needing Photoshop & Lightroom as well as a DAW to run on a mobile setup. No need for a dedicated gpu with Intel 530 or Pro Iris but I hear dual channel is pretty much a must have for what I need.
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Last edited by changoblanco December 15, 2015 at 01:40 PM
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the 90w doesn't seem to be available. When I add it, it does not allow me to add it to the cart.. is it doing this to anyone else?
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the 90w doesn't seem to be available. When I add it, it does not allow me to add it to the cart.. is it doing this to anyone else?
yup, just noticed that too. mines coming up around $958 though??
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Nice that they finally made these quadcore models. Nothing against the U but I feel that for the 5000 series, the quadcore will really help position this above the 3000 series.

The body also looks a little nicer too with the taper vs the last gen's very blocky appearance. Any idea of what GPU is in these? Will they still offer the 940m?
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the 90w doesn't seem to be available. When I add it, it does not allow me to add it to the cart.. is it doing this to anyone else?
You dont need that 90 watt adapter. Skylake is more efficient than haswell by far.
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Quote from changoblanco View Post :
do you think the 90W power brick is needed on these new i7s?
I remeber the 4th gen suffered with 65w bricks..but those were hotter cpus back then.

**edit**
looks like the 90w isn't available anyways.
kind of a bummer on this laptop, 8gb on 1 dimm is the maximum RAM. I'm needing Photoshop & Lightroom as well as a DAW to run on a mobile setup. No need for a dedicated gpu with Intel 530 or Pro Iris but I hear dual channel is pretty much a must have for what I need.
90w brick isn't available with this setup. Can always be bought separately if you need it. 65w should be sufficient if not running a graphics card (currently none offered for the E5470 but they may add one in Q1 2016).

There are 2 8GBmax dimm slots, so you can add another 8gb ram stick in the second slot. I believe these machines max out at 16GB.

changoblanco: you need to change the warranty term from 3yrs to 1yr to get the lowest price. Don't forget the SAVE10%BIZ coupon.
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Nice, -20% cashback via Discover (10% doubled for those who qualify)
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[Edited: I see someone answered the DIMMs and max RAM already.]


How easy would it be to swap out the HDD for an SSD? I would imagine easy (some collection of screws and disconnect the hardware), but again can't find anything on this.

Thanks!
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Last edited by curttalkthai December 15, 2015 at 03:11 PM
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Quote from curttalkthai View Post :
[Edited: I see someone answered the DIMMs and max RAM already.]


How easy would it be to swap out the HDD for an SSD? I would imagine easy (some collection of screws and disconnect the hardware), but again can't find anything on this.

Thanks!
Videos of the 7000 series show a simple replacement process, so I imagine it's the same for this. Can't guarantee, though.
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for that price i would rather get the Lenovo. Dell has the worst customer support, and not the best laptops for starters.
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Wow. Nice processor in a laptop finally.

NewEgg sells 16GB DD4 dimms for laptops. Anyone know if this laptop can be upgraded to 32GB of RAM?

And does it have an unoccupied M.2 slot that is compatible with NVMe? I'd like to put a 512 GB Samsung 950 Pro in it.

If I can both upgrade it to 32 GB and put the Samsung 950 Pro in it, I might just have to buy it.

Lastly anyone have any guesses as to how well it will run Ubuntu?

Quote from junoj View Post :
for that price i would rather get the Lenovo. Dell has the worst customer support, and not the best laptops for starters.
This is Dell's Lattitude line, it's generally closer to a high end ThinkPad then it is Dell's consumer stuff. Customer support is probably better too.

But hey, with Lenovo you get spyware for no extra charge, so that's a plus for them. LMAO
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Last edited by MagicBlueMan December 15, 2015 at 04:55 PM
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One more cool thing: Accidental damage protection for three years is only $54. I've had this before with Dell, and managed to damage my laptop. They came out and fixed it, and it was great!
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There are 2 8GBmax dimm slots, so you can add another 8gb ram stick in the second slot. I believe these machines max out at 16GB.
You very well could be right, but why do you think that?
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According to owner's manual [dell.com]. HDD is easy to be replaced.

Quote from curttalkthai View Post :
[Edited: I see someone answered the DIMMs and max RAM already.]


How easy would it be to swap out the HDD for an SSD? I would imagine easy (some collection of screws and disconnect the hardware), but again can't find anything on this.

Thanks!
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