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Dell XPS 15 - i7, 4K touch, 32GB ram, 1TB SSD, GTX 1050 4GB - $1799.99

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4GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Graphics
15.6" Touchscreen InfinityEdge 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) Display
Backlit Keyboard
Killer 1535 Dual Band Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth 4.1
1TB PCIe Solid State Drive

$2299.99 - $500.00 = $1799.99


Brand: Dell
Computer Screen Type: Touch Screen
Computer Type: Laptop
Graphic Card: NVIDIA GTX 1050
Operating System: Windows 10
Optical Drive: No Optical Drive
Processor: Intel Core i7
RAM Included: 32 GB
Resolution Description: Ultra HD (4k)
Screen Size: 15.6 in.
SSD Size: 1 TB

https://www.costco.com/Dell-XPS-1...36318.html
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Can a 1050 even run proper 4k? Seems like a waste of a 4k screen to me, but I'm still not as knowledgeable as I'd like to be regarding these graphics cards.
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Bordering on the worst post here *ever*. Nothing close to a SD Big Grin
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Bordering on the worst post here *ever*. Nothing close to a SD Big Grin
Care to elaborate - meaning links/references to better deals in the past?
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As someone who used to work for Dell as a University sales rep, this is not a great deal. Just sayin...
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Care to elaborate - meaning links/references to better deals in the past?
Anyone paying *anywhere* close to $1800 in this day/age for a desktop or laptop is a *fool*. Can't state it more plainly Big Grin

I'll simplify it for you... If you are spending more than 1K, you are being ripped off....
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That 1050 just sticks out like a sore thumb.
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That 1050 just sticks out like a sore thumb.
@ $1799.99, there are a lot of sore thumbs Big Grin
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Anyone paying *anywhere* close to $1800 in this day/age for a desktop or laptop is a *fool*. Can't state it more plainly Big Grin

I'll simplify it for you... If you are spending more than 1K, you are being ripped off....
Clearly you haven't used Mac. iMac, now that's a rip off
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Clearly you haven't used Mac. iMac, now that's a rip off
Uh, have a iMac courtesy of work... Been there done that, but inherited Big Grin Would *never* buy one for myself Wink
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For those of you who down voted this, please point to a better deal. Keep in mind that not everyone wants a 15" laptop that can also be used as a door stopper.

I am in the market for an xps 15. I cannot find any better deal for this laptop.
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I too want to see a better deal or a better specced same quality laptop with 32gb of ram and 1tb ssd. The only thing I see is maybe waiting for a refresh of these next year.
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As someone who used to work for Dell as a University sales rep, this is not a great deal. Just sayin...
Can you provide some examples of better deals for simiar specs?
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Quote from laptopquestions
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Anyone paying *anywhere* close to $1800 in this day/age for a desktop or laptop is a *fool*. Can't state it more plainly Big Grin

I'll simplify it for you... If you are spending more than 1K, you are being ripped off....
Any examples of similar specs for less than 1k out there?
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Ended up getting one. 90 days to return, and 4 year warranty cause its Costco. I'll have enough time to use it and if Dell sets up a refresh, I'll just return this one.
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