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Last Edited by jersharocks May 23, 2016 at 10:38 AM
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Intel Core i5-6200U 2.30 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.80 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 520 Mini DisplayPort

8GB DDR3L-RS 1600 MHz Memory, 128GB SSD, 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 3.1 Type-C with Thunderbolt, Waves MaxxAudio 3, No Optical Drive

13.3 inch Full HD IPS (1920 x 1080) Infinity-Edge Borderless Display, Webcam, 52 WHr 4-cell Battery(up to 11 hours battery life)

802.11ac Gigabit Wifi (Miarcast enabled), Bluetooth 4.1, Backlit Keyboard, 3-in-1 card reader (SD/SDHC/SDXC)

Windows 10 Home 64bit, Weighs only 2.61 lbs, Measures 0.33-0.60 inch thin, Silver
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Typing on mine right now. I literally have the exact same config as this post. If anybody would like to know more about it just let me know. Overall it's a great machine and I couldn't recommend it enough. I got mine for around $560 after a dell outlet sale and a cashback deal.
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Quote from nthnkirsch View Post :
Typing on mine right now. I literally have the exact same config as this post. If anybody would like to know more about it just let me know. Overall it's a great machine and I couldn't recommend it enough. I got mine for around $560 after a dell outlet sale and a cashback deal.
Can you Daisy chain multiple monitors with the thunderbolt port?
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Quote from nthnkirsch View Post :
Typing on mine right now. I literally have the exact same config as this post. If anybody would like to know more about it just let me know. Overall it's a great machine and I couldn't recommend it enough. I got mine for around $560 after a dell outlet sale and a cashback deal.
Whats the realistic battery life with medium brightness?
How good is the trackpad
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Can you Daisy chain multiple monitors with the thunderbolt port?
You should be able to. I haven't had the chance to try that yet.

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Whats the realistic battery life with medium brightness?
How good is the trackpad
On medium brightness I can easily get around 9 to 9.5 hours. I keep it on balanced mode but I'm sure you can get more battery life in power saving mode and at a lower brightness

The touchpad is rated to be the best on a windows laptop and while I don't think I'd go that far, it is really good. Occasionally I have some tracking issues when I try to use both my thumb and index finger at the same time. Using one finger is flawless. This is a glass touchpad so you can slide around without much friction, it's quite satisfying
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How difficult is it to open the back and change the SSD? 120 gb concerns me at this price.
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what is the difference between this and the late 2015 model 9350?
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Is this an authorized reseller? If not, would there be a risk of this being grey market and not covered by Dell warranty?
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How difficult is it to open the back and change the SSD? 120 gb concerns me at this price.
It's very easy, I did it for a friend. You need T4 screwdriver.
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Quote from nthnkirsch View Post :
You should be able to. I haven't had the chance to try that yet.




On medium brightness I can easily get around 9 to 9.5 hours. I keep it on balanced mode but I'm sure you can get more battery life in power saving mode and at a lower brightness

The touchpad is rated to be the best on a windows laptop and while I don't think I'd go that far, it is really good. Occasionally I have some tracking issues when I try to use both my thumb and index finger at the same time. Using one finger is flawless. This is a glass touchpad so you can slide around without much friction, it's quite satisfying

Saw a lot of reports that there were some issues that were fixed by new drivers/bios. Did you update those?

I literally ordered this yesterday, arriving tomorrow and getting it up and running before I fly out on Friday.

Although I ordered from this page on Amazon, says it is the Microsoft Signature edition, so expecting reduced bloatware. The microsoft store had it at $799 earlier this week, but out of stock and now back up to $899

http://www.amazon.com/Dell-9350-1...ge_o00_s00

May upgrade to the PCIE SSD down the line, seemed cheaper to buy the base model and upgrade.
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what is the difference between this and the late 2015 model 9350?
Model 9350 has 5th generation processor, 9550 - 6th
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Quote from nekto View Post :
It's very easy, I did it for a friend. You need T4 screwdriver.
Can't vouch for this guide, but looks like a decent starting point -


http://www.laptopmag.com/articles...xps-13-ssd
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Model 9350 has 5th generation processor, 9550 - 6th
I think the 5th gen was 9343, came out in early 15.

9350 is the current model out in late 2015 with the 6th gen skylake, that is what this should be.
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Is this an authorized reseller? If not, would there be a risk of this being grey market and not covered by Dell warranty?
I also hesitate because sellers are neither AZ, Dell or MS store or any sellers that I recognised.
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