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Promoted 06-22-2016 by Randy71 at 11:15 AM View Original Post
Adorama via eBay has Dell XPS 13 Touch Ultrabook (XPS93436365SLV) on sale for $849.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Intel i5-5200U Dual-Core Broadwell Processor (2.2 GHz)
  • 8GB DDR3 Memory
  • 256GB SSD
  • 13.3" 3200x1800 QHD+ Touchscreen LED Display
  • Intel Graphics HD 5500
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 1x Mini DisplayPort
  • WiFi + Bluetooth
  • 4-Cell Battery
  • Win 10 Home
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Edited June 22, 2016 at 10:09 AM by TattyBear
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$850 + free shipping


specs:
  • Intel i5-5200U CPU
  • 8GB DDR3
  • 256GB SSD
  • 13.3" LCD 3200x1800 (touch)
  • Intel GMA
  • 2x USB 3.0, 1x MiniDP
  • WiFi N / AC + BT 4.0
  • 4 Cell Battery
  • Win 10 Home
  • Weight 2.78lbs

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Note it's the 9343 and not the 9350 with skylake and usb-c port.
The only reason this might be a good deal is that 9343 model is hard to find new, since it's last years. If you don't care about refurb, a much better deal is a 9530 for $800-840 everyday on ebay, or under $700 if you want to wait around for a good dell outlet deal. New 9350 on ebay go for 100-1100. That being said I got in on the outlet deal from a couple weeks ago with a 9530 for $690 and I've had nothing but problems: wonky spacebar and touchpad, wouldn't go to sleep or hibernate, constant motherboard and cpu errors, and some other strange stuff. After troubleshooting for 15-20 hours, I gave up and it's going back.

If you don't care about usb-c, faster hd, next gen cpu and want a new xps 13, this might be for you. If those things are worth an extra $150 to you, then go with the next gen or roll the dice with a refurb.
Great deal. Wife wanted a Macbook Air. I convinced her to get this. Much better specs and cheaper! Best decision ever.

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Nice deal and it is brand new.
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Note it's the 9343 and not the 9350 with skylake and usb-c port.
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Great deal. Wife wanted a Macbook Air. I convinced her to get this. Much better specs and cheaper! Best decision ever.
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I just started researching this vs. the Carbon X1 vs. T460s. Any insight into what's the better pick? I'd like to stay under that $900 price point.
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Simply the best portable laptop.
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This is a nice laptop. I got the new XPS 15 w/4k display and something I wish it had was better battery life but can't complain. Its usually either 4k or more battery life.
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The 9343 is the last year's version, however absolutely stable at current stage. 9350 and 9550 still have problems with firmware and drivers, WiFi drops for example.
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Quote from nissan5788 View Post :
I just started researching this vs. the Carbon X1 vs. T460s. Any insight into what's the better pick? I'd like to stay under that $900 price point.
Battery life on the Carbon X1 isn't even in the same league as the XPS 13, not to mention the design on it is much older. The T460s is super clunky and pretty much not a single Lenovo product has a design or build quality that matches the Dell. I'd recommend a 9350 instead of this, which is the 9343 generation.
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Be aware that this is NOT the new and current model, this is the older and discontinued model and it has the older 5th generation Intel CPU and not the newest and current 6th generation Skylake, which is much better, faster and runs cooler.
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Quote from nissan5788 View Post :
I just started researching this vs. the Carbon X1 vs. T460s. Any insight into what's the better pick? I'd like to stay under that $900 price point.
You can't get a current gen Carbon for under $900. The T460s is svelte (3lbs) for a 14" screen, but I don't think you'll get it for under $900 with a 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and a screen resolution greater than FHD.
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Quote from Ananke View Post :
The 9343 is the last year's version, however absolutely stable at current stage. 9350 and 9550 still have problems with firmware and drivers, WiFi drops for example.
I had some WiFi issues with my 9350 but eventually went away after several updates. I think it's Q10 driver issues
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Note it's the 9343 and not the 9350 with skylake and usb-c port.
Thnx.. I didn't notice model number
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The only reason this might be a good deal is that 9343 model is hard to find new, since it's last years. If you don't care about refurb, a much better deal is a 9530 for $800-840 everyday on ebay, or under $700 if you want to wait around for a good dell outlet deal. New 9350 on ebay go for 100-1100. That being said I got in on the outlet deal from a couple weeks ago with a 9530 for $690 and I've had nothing but problems: wonky spacebar and touchpad, wouldn't go to sleep or hibernate, constant motherboard and cpu errors, and some other strange stuff. After troubleshooting for 15-20 hours, I gave up and it's going back.

If you don't care about usb-c, faster hd, next gen cpu and want a new xps 13, this might be for you. If those things are worth an extra $150 to you, then go with the next gen or roll the dice with a refurb.
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