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Best Buy Black Friday: Dell Inspiron I3567-5664BLK-PUS 15.6" Intel Core i5 8GB 2TB Touch-Screen Laptop for $359.99

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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has Dell Inspiron I3567-5664BLK-PUS 15.6" Intel Core i5 8GB 2TB Touch-Screen Laptop for $359.99

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Looks like not a good deal. Not many comments.
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Looks like not a good deal. Not many comments.

I'm interested. I chatted with Microsoft to see what help they could offer with swapping the HDD for an SSD. NONE ("contact the manufacturer"). I've done it before, and it's a real PITA. The benefit would be having a 2TB HDD to put in my desktop. Consumer Reports pointed out the Core i5 in this is a 2016 version. Sales tax is the deal-breaker.
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I bought it as a backup laptop. Ordinary laptop. Good for general use.
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Screen resolution is no bueno
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The reviews are far from stellar. Claims of it being slow. I'd really like to have this setup with an SSD installed from the factory...even a small SSD instead of the 2T drive.
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Screen resolution is no bueno
I like how it reads in the specs area:
15.6" touch screen for hands-on control
Typical 1366 x 768 HD resolution. Natural finger-touch navigation makes the most of Windows 10.

Nothing about this resolution is typical for the year 2017 laugh out loud
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You must have 1080p for this size !
And need to swap with SSD!
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Looks like not a good deal. Not many comments.
Of course, 1366 x 768 HD resolution is for 4-5 years ago.
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The reviews are far from stellar. Claims of it being slow. I'd really like to have this setup with an SSD installed from the factory...even a small SSD instead of the 2T drive.
SSDs seem to be coming down in price again, you could probably just create a backup of windows and slap it on the SSD.

As for the specs, it's pretty decent for what it is. I'd probably swap my SSD from my current laptop into this one. With a 30%+ increase in CPU performance while using 60% less power consumption compared to my 6 year old ASUS, I'm considering it. What kills it are the taxes and fees in California, brings the total to around $400.
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Of course, 1366 x 768 HD resolution is for 4-5 years ago.
10 years ago bub
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SSDs seem to be coming down in price again, you could probably just create a backup of windows and slap it on the SSD.

As for the specs, it's pretty decent for what it is. I'd probably swap my SSD from my current laptop into this one. With a 30%+ increase in CPU performance while using 60% less power consumption compared to my 6 year old ASUS, I'm considering it. What kills it are the taxes and fees in California, brings the total to around $400.
If it was for me, I've got a spare SSD ready to go in it. But since it's a gift I don't want to crack it open.

Hopefully some other deals will pop up here soon.
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I'm interested. I chatted with Microsoft to see what help they could offer with swapping the HDD for an SSD. NONE ("contact the manufacturer"). I've done it before, and it's a real PITA. The benefit would be having a 2TB HDD to put in my desktop. Consumer Reports pointed out the Core i5 in this is a 2016 version. Sales tax is the deal-breaker.
weird this is a FP thread already

https://slickdeals.net/f/10752923-dell-inspiron-15-6-touchscreen-laptop-i5-7thgen-8gb-2tb-360

​but this thread was made yesterday and is now just showing up on the popular deals.

Anyway go to that thread and there are posts about swapping the hdd for a ssd. in short it's probably a dell with a not friendly to replace hdd (need to remove the keyboard, top plate, and motherboard to get to the hdd). Also dell has thier recovery media creation tool you will use to reinstall their out the box image of windows. Thats the reason they are referring you to the mfg to replace the hdd for a ssd. With windows 8 and windows 10 you can go to microsofts web page and download a windows media creation tool. you don't need a product key as the motherboards 'signature' is in microsofts database as being allowed to activate windows 10. so you make the windows 10 media (disk or thumb drive) do the swap, than boot from the install media and click next a bunch of times. I suggest using dell's recovery/restore method if your a novice as you basically click install once and it will put the image of windows dell made for this laptop on the new ssd.

Also on a side note you need to look at the date in 2016 it was released. it's going to be end of the year 2016 and is basically what has been used all through 2017. they just recently released the 8th gen i series (much improved as in 50%+ better than 7th gen) and we are starting to finally see some pc/laptops with them. same will happen end of 2018, we will see them mentioning the 8th gen processors are like q3 of 2017 when in reality you could not get them until q4 2017.
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Also on a side note you need to look at the date in 2016 it was released. it's going to be end of the year 2016 and is basically what has been used all through 2017. they just recently released the 8th gen i series (much improved as in 50%+ better than 7th gen) and we are starting to finally see some pc/laptops with them. same will happen end of 2018, we will see them mentioning the 8th gen processors are like q3 of 2017 when in reality you could not get them until q4 2017.
Looks like they're 40% faster according to this:
https://www.laptopmag.com/article...n-core-faq

Hopefully it'll also be available in laptops rather than just desktops. This gives me more reason to hold out till next year for an upgrade since it's such a drastic increase in performance.
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Looks like they're 40% faster according to this:
https://www.laptopmag.com/article...n-core-faq

Hopefully it'll also be available in laptops rather than just desktops. This gives me more reason to hold out till next year for an upgrade since it's such a drastic increase in performance.
They are available in laptops now. Sams club has multiple 8th gen laptops for their 11-11 sale.

I compare the available parts in the deals. The prices don't translate. What I mean is the i5-7being packed into these deals is not the 8th gen i5 exact equivalent we are seeing on these slick deals that are considered 'comparable' by the community but are the same/similar price even though older parts should be heavily discounted. That does not seem to be the trend as new deals on 6th gen parts are coming out and i would not feel slick saving $10 over the 7th gen or $30ish over the 8th gen at this point. Its literally because the old part costs more and I feel the laptop product space is a freaking mess of product gens right now it gives me a headache. 8th gen is worth the wait.
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