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Dell XPS 13 9365 XPS9365-7418BLK-PUS 2 in 1 PC $799

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Microsoft Store offers Dell XPS 13 9365 XPS9365-7418BLK-PUS 2 in 1 PC [microsoft.com][microsoft.com] Laptop with 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen, Intel Core i7-7Y75, 8GB memory/256GB SSD @ $799 with free shipping. Additionally, popular cash back site offering 1% cash back.

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Display: 13.3 in Full HD InfinityEdge touchscreen with edge-to-edge Corning Gorilla Glass 4 (1920 x 1080), 10-finger multi-touch support
Processor: Intel Core i7-7Y75 4M cache with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.60 GHz
Memory: 8GB LPDDR3 1866 MHz
Hard drive size 256GB SSD
Operating system: Windows 10 Home, 64-bit
PC type: 2 in 1
Optical drive: None
Media drive: MicroSD
Audio: Waves MaxxAudio Pro
Video: Intel HD Graphics 620 with shared graphics memory
Ports: 1 Thunderbolt 3 (4 lanes of PCI Express Gen 3) with PowerShare, DC-In & DisplayPort • 1 USB-C 3.1 with PowerShare, DC-In & DisplayPort • Microphone input/Headphone output combo • LAN (10/100/1000)
Battery: 4-cell 46WHr (up to 15 hours)*
Camera: Integrated widescreen HD 720P webcam with dual digital microphone array
Wireless: Intel 8265 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.2
Dimensions: 11.98 x 7.80 x 0.32-0.54 in (304.29 x 198.12 x 8.38-13.71 mm)
Weight: 2.70 lbs (1.22 kg)
Color: Black
Other Model number: XPS 13 9365 XPS9365-7418BLK-PUS • Backlit keyboard • Precision touchpad • TPM 2.0 • Noble lock slot
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OOS Online... Still available at stores
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Got one. Thanks for posting. They had plenty in Orange County, CA.
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Why is this not getting much love?
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Why is this not getting much love?
not 8th gen cpu. too high price
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not 8th gen cpu. too high price
I agree there is a trade-off w.r.t performance.But, this is the lowest price ever for xps 13 2 in 1 9365 model
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How much of an upgrade is the 8th gen? Looking to use for basic business needs and Photoshop. No gaming.

I love the XPS form factor. Is this worth it given it's 7th gen?
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How much of an upgrade is the 8th gen? Looking to use for basic business needs and Photoshop. No gaming.

I love the XPS form factor. Is this worth it given it's 7th gen?
Check this review [pcmag.com] . The Y processors lag behind in tasks involving heavy loads. For business purposes, It will be handy as it is ultraportable.
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Was really leaning towards a yoga, but after reading all your posts, is this the best choice?

Other than the 360 hinge, are there any differences between this and the 9360 from the other posts?

Are there any other retailers selling this guy that might price match?

Sorry for so many questions.
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Was really leaning towards a yoga, but after reading all your posts, is this the best choice?

Other than the 360 hinge, are there any differences between this and the 9360 from the other posts?

Are there any other retailers selling this guy that might price match?

Sorry for so many questions.
This model uses the 7th gen Y processor where as the 9360 uses 8th gen U processor which has superior performance. The xps 2 in 1 review on cnet can give u more insight on how it compares with the 9360 model
https://www.cnet.com/products/del...17/review/
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This model uses the 7th gen Y processor where as the 9360 uses 8th gen U processor which has superior performance. The xps 2 in 1 review on cnet can give u more insight on how it compares with the 9360 model
https://www.cnet.com/products/del...17/review/
But how much is the 8th gen?
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But how much is the 8th gen?
Check this [laptopmag.com] out
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Check this [laptopmag.com] out
How can I tell which gen I looking at? Is there a different model number?

Also, how much is the 8th gen? Is there a deal?
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How can I tell which gen I looking at? Is there a different model number?

Also, how much is the 8th gen? Is there a deal?
Please click here [cpu-world.com] for a one to one comparison between the two

The processor i7-7Y75 ( 7th gen i7) is used by the xps 13 2 in 1 in this thread.$799 is the lowest ever price for xps 2 in 1 model

There was another deal for the normal xps 13 (without a 360 degree hinch) for $749. That one was using i5-8250u ( 8th gen i5) But it is OOS online as well as in store as of now.
PFB the link for the same

https://slickdeals.net/f/11043835-dell-xps-13-9360-xps9360-5203slv-pus-laptop-749?src=SiteSearch

You'll find a bunch of deals for other laptops with i5 8th gen processor if you are not particular about owning xps
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Please click here [cpu-world.com] for a one to one comparison between the two

The processor i7-7Y75 ( 7th gen i7) is used by the xps 13 2 in 1 in this thread.$799 is the lowest ever price for xps 2 in 1 model

There was another deal for the normal xps 13 (without a 360 degree hinch) for $749. That one was using i5-8250u ( 8th gen i5) But it is OOS online as well as in store as of now.
PFB the link for the same

https://slickdeals.net/f/11043835-dell-xps-13-9360-xps9360-5203slv-pus-laptop-749?src=SiteSearch

You'll find a bunch of deals for other laptops with i5 8th gen processor if you are not particular about owning xps
I'd really like a 2 in 1. Preferably one of these that folds flat. Apparently an 8th gen processor is worth the upgrade. Any recommendations?
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