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Dell Latitude 11-5175 10.8" Tablet (Refurbished) on sale for $199 M5/4gb/128/10.8/Win10Pro

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Dell Latitude 11-5175 10.8" Tablet (Refurbished) on sale for $200. Shipping is free.
Note, a keyboard is not included.

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Intel Core M5-6Y57 1.1 GHz CPU
10.8" 1920 x 1080 FHD IPS Touchscreen Display
4GB DDR3 Memory
128GB Solid State Drive
Intel HD Graphics 515
Windows 10 Pro

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Lati...2343975155

http://www.ebay.com/itm/332343975155
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The docking station is less than $20 from eBay, no AC adapter.
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This would be great with the keyboard.
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This would be great with the keyboard.
The keyboard dock makes it a heavy and ugly machine. I prefer to connect it to the docking station with external display and keyboard/mice.
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Would a standard 3A USB-C charger be enough to power this? For reference purposes, this is the OEM charger included with the Nexus 5X.
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Would a standard 3A USB-C charger be enough to power this? For reference purposes, this is the OEM charger included with the Nexus 5X.
I picked up one of these from the Adorama deal a couple weeks ago. I haven't been able to charge mine with anything besides the OEM charger.
FYI I think OEM is 45W @ 19.5V... so roughly 2.33A.
Your Nexus is likely 3A @ 5V = 15W
On a side note I'm pretty impressed with serviceability of device - I've already swapped out the 128GB m.2 drive for a 256GB m.2 I had.
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I picked up one of these from the Adorama deal a couple weeks ago. I haven't been able to charge mine with anything besides the OEM charger.
FYI I think OEM is 45W @ 19.5V... so roughly 2.33A.
Your Nexus is likely 3A @ 5V = 15W
On a side note I'm pretty impressed with serviceability of device - I've already swapped out the 128GB m.2 drive for a 256GB m.2 I had.
How do you like yours so far? Looking to replace a 13" Lenovo Ultrabook that's getting a bit long in the tooth. Want it for general use - a small bit of gaming (Rocket League), reading, browsing the web, Remote Desktop solution for another PC, etc.
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Would a standard 3A USB-C charger be enough to power this? For reference purposes, this is the OEM charger included with the Nexus 5X.
no, you need the OEM charger, these things charge at 19.5V / 1.2A. if you plan on putting anything on it (Office and whatnot), 128GB fills up pretty quick.
a side note, i've had nothing but issues with my Dell Venue/Latitude tablets... lots of charging issues, power input boards failing, main board power components. it's been a bit of a shit show. my latest is out of warranty, i'm waiting for a power input board to come in the mail so i can swap it... pain in the ass.
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no, you need the OEM charger, these things charge at 19.5V / 1.2A. if you plan on putting anything on it (Office and whatnot), 128GB fills up pretty quick.
a side note, i've had nothing but issues with my Dell Venue/Latitude tablets... lots of charging issues, power input boards failing, main board power components. it's been a bit of a shit show. my latest is out of warranty, i'm waiting for a power input board to come in the mail so i can swap it... pain in the ass.
Yikes.

What about this 1575 model - any issues?
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Yikes.

What about this 1575 model - any issues?
i haven't had this specific model, i'm not putting my money into Dell tablets anymore... but as i've had issues with several now, i'm not doubting the same issues would be here too.
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i haven't had this specific model, i'm not putting my money into Dell tablets anymore... but as i've had issues with several now, i'm not doubting the same issues would be here too.
I have the same type of issues now. Battery tests as fine, but the bios says its charging at 1 watt. Charger light stays on, but tablet charging light doesn't come on. I'm not sure if it's the charging board or the main board.

Whats the difference between the m core in the venue 11 pro and the m5 in this? Are they about the same or is the m5 like twice as powerful?
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awesome deal! thank you

anyone know which keyboard i should use for this?
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awesome deal! thank you

anyone know which keyboard i should use for this?
The keyboard dock is too heavy.
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The keyboard dock is too heavy.
any idea which one that is? I'll use this mostly at home office
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Picked this up in the Adorama sale for $219 -- later on, Fry's had it for $199 so I price matched with my credit card. They're actually available on Fry's website now for $178 (plus tax).

Seems to be a bunch of these unloaded from universities/schools as they all have Windows 10 Pro Education. I got lucky as mine has an extended ProSupport warranty and it still stuck with the unit (and I was able to get Dell to transfer the warranty to me).

I like mine for the price -- definitely not worth the $700-1000 cost for new, as this is not XPS or Thinkpad quality. But for $200, can't complain -- there is some wear/scuffs on mine so I wouldn't expect the same like-new refurbs you get from the Dell/Lenovo Outlet. Keep in mind that this is a Core M processor (and not I-series), but this is also worlds better than the Pentium and Atom processors at this price range.

There are two keyboards available -- the dock keyboard and the slim keyboard. The dock keyboard doubles the battery life (I'm getting 14-16 hours) but it also doubles the weight. It's not bad to use though, I have one. The slim keyboard is more of a Surface Type Cover style keyboard so the weight gain is less, but I didn't like it, so I'm returning mine (PM me if interested). The dock keyboard is about $50-100 on eBay (lower end for non-US/English keyboards). The slim keyboard is about $60-100 as well.

Another option is to use the last-gen Venue 11 Pro keyboards but there are some limitations. In addition to what Dell published in the article below, the Fn lock doesn't work so you have to hit the Fn key everytime to use the function keys -- highly annoying for me in Excel, etc. So I sent back the Venue keyboard as well...

http://www.dell.com/support/artic...79?lang=en
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