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Costco Members: Dell XPS 15 4K UHD Laptop: i7-7700HQ, GTX 1050 EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Dell XPS 15 Laptop for $1799.99. Shipping is $14.95. Thanks ravikargam

Dell XPS 15 Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-7700HQ 2.8GHz Processor
  • 15.6" 3840x2160 InfinityEdge Touchscreen Display
  • 32GB DDR4 Memory
  • 1TB Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 4GB Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.0 (w/ Powershare)
    • 1x Thunderbolt 3
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit


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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Dell XPS 13 Laptop on sale for $1299.99 (must sign in for price). Shipping is free.

Dell XPS 13 Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-8550U 1.8GHz Processor
  • 13.3" 3200x1800 InifinityEdge Touchscreen Display
  • 16GB DDR3 Memory
  • 512GB Solid State Drive
  • Integrated Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.0 (1x w/ Powershare)
    • 1x Thunderbolt
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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Dell XPS 13 Touchscreen Laptop - $ 1299 - OOS
Intel Core latest i7-8th gen
QHD+ (3200 x 1800)
16GB RAM
512 GB SSD
--bonus includes 1 year office 365 & 1 year Mcfee anti virus subscription for free

https://www.costco.com/Dell-XPS-1...80760.html

Dell XPS 15 Touchscreen Laptop - $ 1799
Intel Core i7 - 4K Ultra HD - 4GB NVIDIA Graphics
https://www.costco.com/CatalogSea...ageSize=96
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To save you all two clicks, here are the specs:

First link:
Processor & Memory:
8th Gen Intel® Core i7-8550U Processor 1.8GHz16GB LPDDR3 1866MHz RAM
Drives:
512GB PCIe Solid Drive DriveNo Optical Drive
Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Communications:
Killer 1535 Wireless-AC + Bluetooth 4.1
Graphics & Video:
13.3" Touchscreen InfinityEdge QHD+ (3200 x 1800) DisplayIntegrated Graphics
Keyboard:
Backlit Keyboard

Ports & Slots:
2x USB 3.0 (1x With Power Share)1x Thunderbolt1x Headset Jack
Power Supply:
60 WHr Battery
Additional Information:
Dimensions: 11.98" x 7.88" x 0.33 - 0.6"Approximate Weight: 2.7lbs

Second link:

Processor & Memory:
Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ Processor 2.8GHz32GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
Drives:
1TB PCIe Solid State DriveNo Optical Drive
Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Graphics & Video:
15.6" Touchscreen InfinityEdge 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) Display4GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Graphics
Communications:
Killer 1535 Dual Band Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth 4.1Integrated Widescreen HD Webcam with Dual Digital Mircophone Array
Keyboard:
Backlit Keyboard
Ports & Slots:
2x USB 3.0 (with Powershare)1x HDMI1x Thunderbolt 31x Media Card Reader1x Headset Jack
Power Supply:
97WHr Battery
Additional Information:
Dimensions: 14.1" x 9.3" x 0.45-0.66"Approximate Weight: 3.9lbs
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This laptop is tiny. It's barely larger than the screen, and very thin and light. It isn't for gaming, so no graphics card required. As we've learned in recent years, you can do 99% of your work on a freaking phone. Most of everything that you do is in the cloud. It's a low power processor, that ends in U, not one of the gaming quad core processors, so it's more than enough for light productivity, but it isn't meant to be a workstation. It can run Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator, or even some heavier software like Solidworks well enough to be able to have access to it without lugging around a workstation with a power brick that weighs more than this whole laptop.

If you want gaming, look at their Alienware lineup, or the HP Omen lineup. The XPS 15 does have its own GPU if you really want something ultra-portable that can at least play SOME games, but you're just buying planned obsolescence if you are specifically looking to game on an ultraportable.
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An Inspron 13 isnt even close to an XPS
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To save you all two clicks, here are the specs:

First link:
Processor & Memory:
8th Gen Intel® Core i7-8550U Processor 1.8GHz16GB LPDDR3 1866MHz RAM
Drives:
512GB PCIe Solid Drive DriveNo Optical Drive
Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Communications:
Killer 1535 Wireless-AC + Bluetooth 4.1
Graphics & Video:
13.3" Touchscreen InfinityEdge QHD+ (3200 x 1800) DisplayIntegrated Graphics
Keyboard:
Backlit Keyboard

Ports & Slots:
2x USB 3.0 (1x With Power Share)1x Thunderbolt1x Headset Jack
Power Supply:
60 WHr Battery
Additional Information:
Dimensions: 11.98" x 7.88" x 0.33 - 0.6"Approximate Weight: 2.7lbs

Second link:

Processor & Memory:
Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ Processor 2.8GHz32GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
Drives:
1TB PCIe Solid State DriveNo Optical Drive
Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
Graphics & Video:
15.6" Touchscreen InfinityEdge 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) Display4GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Graphics
Communications:
Killer 1535 Dual Band Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth 4.1Integrated Widescreen HD Webcam with Dual Digital Mircophone Array
Keyboard:
Backlit Keyboard
Ports & Slots:
2x USB 3.0 (with Powershare)1x HDMI1x Thunderbolt 31x Media Card Reader1x Headset Jack
Power Supply:
97WHr Battery
Additional Information:
Dimensions: 14.1" x 9.3" x 0.45-0.66"Approximate Weight: 3.9lbs
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Can companies like Adorama price match so no tax?
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Seems like a solid deal on a high end setup. I see some downvotes. Any recommendations on another high end laptop of this caliber?
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I have to say i am confused about all these Laptops with beautiful screens, but have basic on board graphics.
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I have to say i am confused about all these Laptops with beautiful screens, but have basic on board graphics.
Looks beautiful, sucks down battery, makes remote desktop nearly impossible.

Otherwise, that's a beautiful laptop.
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I have to say i am confused about all these Laptops with beautiful screens, but have basic on board graphics.
This laptop is tiny. It's barely larger than the screen, and very thin and light. It isn't for gaming, so no graphics card required. As we've learned in recent years, you can do 99% of your work on a freaking phone. Most of everything that you do is in the cloud. It's a low power processor, that ends in U, not one of the gaming quad core processors, so it's more than enough for light productivity, but it isn't meant to be a workstation. It can run Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator, or even some heavier software like Solidworks well enough to be able to have access to it without lugging around a workstation with a power brick that weighs more than this whole laptop.

If you want gaming, look at their Alienware lineup, or the HP Omen lineup. The XPS 15 does have its own GPU if you really want something ultra-portable that can at least play SOME games, but you're just buying planned obsolescence if you are specifically looking to game on an ultraportable.
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Don't know why they couldn't put mx150 on these. The qhd+ horrible scale on text
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This laptop is tiny. It's barely larger than the screen, and very thin and light. It isn't for gaming, so no graphics card required. As we've learned in recent years, you can do 99% of your work on a freaking phone. Most of everything that you do is in the cloud. It's a low power processor, that ends in U, not one of the gaming quad core processors, so it's more than enough for light productivity, but it isn't meant to be a workstation. It can run Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator, or even some heavier software like Solidworks well enough to be able to have access to it without lugging around a workstation with a power brick that weighs more than this whole laptop.
The CPU is actually 4C/8T.
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I have to say i am confused about all these Laptops with beautiful screens, but have basic on board graphics.
Some things will always be confusing to you. That's life. laugh out loud
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They look like beautifull but in work these laptop not good enough
You not got game.
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This laptop is tiny. It's barely larger than the screen, and very thin and light. It isn't for gaming, so no graphics card required. As we've learned in recent years, you can do 99% of your work on a freaking phone. Most of everything that you do is in the cloud. It's a low power processor, that ends in U, not one of the gaming quad core processors, so it's more than enough for light productivity, but it isn't meant to be a workstation. It can run Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator, or even some heavier software like Solidworks well enough to be able to have access to it without lugging around a workstation with a power brick that weighs more than this whole laptop.

If you want gaming, look at their Alienware lineup, or the HP Omen lineup. The XPS 15 does have its own GPU if you really want something ultra-portable that can at least play SOME games, but you're just buying planned obsolescence if you are specifically looking to game on an ultraportable.
being into software development for quick long enough to say this is a pretty high end productivity laptop, I run lot of big data software on it. laptops suitable to cater to gaming and graphics is all together is a different discussion. Typically 13.3 inch ultra portable high end laptops don't cater to gaming as they don't have enough space to keep NVedia graphics card into it. Thats where 15.4'' XPS comes into picture. I have posted this deal as well. This includes NVedia graphics card.
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