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Dell Latitude E5270 Laptop: i5-6300U, 8gb ram, 256gb ssd, 12.5", win 10 pro $475 + free s/h

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Sorry for knocking this but I think there are better deals posted even just a few days ago in the range of $450-500 with better specs.

i5 6th gen U series CPU and 1366x768res is not really worth this price imo?
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Sorry for knocking this but I think there are better deals posted even just a few days ago in the range of $450-500 with better specs.

i5 6th gen U series CPU and 1366x768res is not really worth this price imo?
You have to keep in mind that Latitudes are business grade models though, not consumer. So build quality is generally better (aka will typically last longer). And doing a quick search, Adorma already came in at the lowest price for this model at their regular price of $599 (most were ~$700)...so the extra $125 off is a bonus.

As for specs, computers builders know that you can put the same i7-xxxx and 128GB of RAM on both a top of the line gaming (or similar) motherboard, and a low end, no name mobo...and they will most likely perform significantly different, even though on paper they have the same specs. So specs are a good baseline, but not the bottom line.
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Sorry for knocking this but I think there are better deals posted even just a few days ago in the range of $450-500 with better specs.

i5 6th gen U series CPU and 1366x768res is not really worth this price imo?

Why do people always crap all over workstation deals ? It's not always about specs when you are on the road all the time and want something that can handle drops etc
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Recently sliockdeals has been publishing crappy deals !! I was trying to order this laptop and recevelied message "Item - DELE5270 exceeded the warehouse quantity limit". Is this real deal or you guys posting some fake link ?
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DAMN... I recently bought this laptop couple of day back at the listed price of $599.

Did anyone take a screenshot of the item in cart so I can claim price protection?
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