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Dell XPS 13 9360 Laptop: i7-7560U, 13.3" 1080p, 256GB PCIe SSD, Iris 640 $1050 + Tax + Free Shipping

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Not the lowest price ever ($50 more than a previous Staples SD), but seems like a good price for the latest gen XPS 13.

https://www.staples.com/Dell-XPS9...%2B8wm5nsW

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13.3" FHD AG (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display, Silver
7th Generation Intel Core i7-7560U Processor (4M Cache, up to 3.8 GHz)
8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz [8GB]
256GB PCIe Solid State Drive [256SDP]
Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640 [IRIS]
Windows 10 Home 64-bit English
Killer 1535 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth
Stereo speakers professionally tuned with Waves MaxxAudio
Backlit Keyboard, English
Hardware TPM 2.0
Thunderbolt 3
2 x USB 3.0 (one with PowerShare), 1x Headset Jack; 1x Thunderbolt 3
1 Year Hardware Service with Onsite/In-Home Service After Remote Diagnosis
Microsoft Office 30 Day Trial
McAfee Security Center 12 month Subscription
Operating System Recovery Media Not Included
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this the same one as the one at costco for the same price?
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Am I missing something? Why is a laptop that's 13", has a graphics card that underperforms a GTX 760m, doesn't have the better i7, uses ddr3, and the only saving grace is a pcie SSD, at this price a deal at all?

Honest question because i believe you can do better for less.
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Am I missing something? Why is a laptop that's 13", has a graphics card that underperforms a GTX 760m, doesn't have the better i7, uses ddr3, and the only saving grace is a pcie SSD, at this price a deal at all?

Honest question because i believe you can do better for less.
Please show me a 13" or larger laptop with comparable or better graphics than a GTX 760m, has a better i7, uses ddr4, weighs the same or less than this laptop, and has battery life as good or better than this laptop for the same price or less.
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If it doesn't have dedicated graphics, why not just get a refurb macbook pro 13" for the price?
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Please show me a 13" or larger laptop with comparable or better graphics than a GTX 760m, has a better i7, uses ddr4, weighs the same or less than this laptop, and has battery life as good or better than this laptop for the same price or less.
Didn't the Acer Predator deal from last week have better specs for roughly the same price as this one?
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Didn't the Acer Predator deal from last week have better specs for roughly the same price as this one?
He meant 13" or lower. Obviously for the same price, you can get better specs if you go with a heavier/larger laptop. For 13", less than 3lbs, this is cream of the crop of its class.
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Am I missing something? Why is a laptop that's 13", has a graphics card that underperforms a GTX 760m, doesn't have the better i7, uses ddr3, and the only saving grace is a pcie SSD, at this price a deal at all?

Honest question because i believe you can do better for less.
To play this game, it's about the screen size, which really translates to laptop weight. Probably one of the best performing ultrabook type 13 inch laptops you can buy at the moment. Of course, if you add on weight, you can definitely beat its specs in performance. But hard to beat its light weight and battery life
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Am I missing something? Why is a laptop that's 13", has a graphics card that underperforms a GTX 760m, doesn't have the better i7, uses ddr3, and the only saving grace is a pcie SSD, at this price a deal at all?

Honest question because i believe you can do better for less.
if you can do better, show us
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He meant 13" or lower. Obviously for the same price, you can get better specs if you go with a heavier/larger laptop. For 13", less than 3lbs, this is cream of the crop of its class.
Thanks for the response. I guess I wasn't considering the weight and battery life as more important than performance.
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for $50 more you can get the Lenovo 720 with double the RAM at higher speed DDR4, double the SSD, and get a digitizer enabled touchscreen here: http://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...8YG7000827

it is less than 3 lbs. also
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for $50 more you can get the Lenovo 720 with double the RAM at higher speed DDR4, double the SSD, and get a digitizer enabled touchscreen here: http://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...8YG7000827 [lenovo.com]

it is less than 3 lbs. also
The big differences in favor of the Dell are the Iris 640 graphics and the overall excellent reviews for XPS 13 laptops.
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for $50 more you can get the Lenovo 720 with double the RAM at higher speed DDR4, double the SSD, and get a digitizer enabled touchscreen here: http://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...8YG7000827

it is less than 3 lbs. also
That has a weaker graphics card.
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for $50 more you can get the Lenovo 720 with double the RAM at higher speed DDR4, double the SSD, and get a digitizer enabled touchscreen here: http://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...8YG7000827

it is less than 3 lbs. also
Yea but Lenovo laptops are trash
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