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Dell Inspiron 7573 2-in-1 Laptop: i5-8250U, 8GB DDR4, 2TB HDD EXPIRED

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  • Intel Core i5-8250U CPU
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 Touchscreen IPS Display
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory
  • 2TB HDD
  • Intel Integrated Graphics
    • 3x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 3.1
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
  • 802.11ac WiFi
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 3-cell 42WHr Battery
  • Windows 10 Home
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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1 Laptop: 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8250U Quad-Core, 15.6" 1080p IPS Touchscreen, 8GB DDR4, 2TB HDD, Win 10 (Era Gray) $599.99
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/dell...Id=6083543

*Open Box Excellent $563.99
*Open Box Excellent Certified $569.99

Model: I7573-5104GRY-PUS
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Do you have experience with refurbs? For computers, refurbs tend to have a better chance of not having any issues out of the box than new computers, and also tend to last longer than new computers. Why? Because refurbs are repaired (if necessary), cleaned, tested, and possibly upgraded (ie using a newer component for a repair, and upgrading drivers/BIOS/etc) - moreso than new computers that come out of the factory assembly line. While it's rare for a new computer to arrive DOA, it's beyond rare to get a refurb DOA due to the above.

If a refurb has the exact same warranty as a new computer (many times they do), it's crazy to spend extra money to just have the word "new" attached to your computer. And it's a myth that factory refurb computers are less reliable than new - it's the opposite! Note that this doesn't apply to 3rd party refurbs, only manufacturer refurbs.
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Picked up same model but with a 256gb ssd from the outlet for $479 + tax (after 100 off coupon and 8% cb) a few days ago. If you dont mind refurb and can wait on a coupon/cb again, that's the way to go.
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5.84lbs no thanks for me
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Picked up same model but with a 256gb ssd from the outlet for $479 + tax (after 100 off coupon and 8% cb) a few days ago. If you dont mind refurb and can wait on a coupon/cb again, that's the way to go.
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Refurbs suck. Fail to understand why people buy that crap to save $50 over new. Refurbs =other peoples problem units that were rerurned and manhandled to fix
Do you have experience with refurbs? For computers, refurbs tend to have a better chance of not having any issues out of the box than new computers, and also tend to last longer than new computers. Why? Because refurbs are repaired (if necessary), cleaned, tested, and possibly upgraded (ie using a newer component for a repair, and upgrading drivers/BIOS/etc) - moreso than new computers that come out of the factory assembly line. While it's rare for a new computer to arrive DOA, it's beyond rare to get a refurb DOA due to the above.

If a refurb has the exact same warranty as a new computer (many times they do), it's crazy to spend extra money to just have the word "new" attached to your computer. And it's a myth that factory refurb computers are less reliable than new - it's the opposite! Note that this doesn't apply to 3rd party refurbs, only manufacturer refurbs.
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Refurbs suck. Fail to understand why people buy that crap to save $50 over new. Refurbs =other peoples problem units that were rerurned and manhandled to fix
My experience has been the complete opposite. Ive actually had more issues with laptops purchased new vs. Refurbished. Most recently my thinkpad carbon x1 purchased new with a 3 year warranty completely died 3 weeks out of the warranty period. Researching the issue I found the model has had motherboard issues which may have been resolved had I bought refurbished. I wouldn't hesitate to buy new again if the price is the same or less obviously but I feel like there is no reason at all to buy new if a refurbished is availabe cheaper.
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Picked up same model but with a 256gb ssd from the outlet for $479 + tax (after 100 off coupon and 8% cb) a few days ago. If you dont mind refurb and can wait on a coupon/cb again, that's the way to go.
I'd like to do this. What are the steps?
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I'd like to do this. What are the steps?
You just have to keep checking the Dell Outlet. It's updated pretty frequently, but it's a bit of luck
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Thanks OP: everybody please keep posting laptop deals

however for this one.....
"Display
The Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1's base model, 1080p touch screen is one of the dimmest and dullest we've ever tested."

https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews...00-2-in-1#
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Picked up same model but with a 256gb ssd from the outlet for $479 + tax (after 100 off coupon and 8% cb) a few days ago. If you dont mind refurb and can wait on a coupon/cb again, that's the way to go.
How could you combine the SD rebate and CB! Did not know thats possible...
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Looking for something that can run premiere pro. Anybody know how well this new gen i5 can handle?
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I'd like to do this. What are the steps?
The outlet is always running coupons and the current one for Inspirons is 15% off (aInsp5715). But unfortunately it doesn't work on the 7573 model. So right now you won't be able to get this one as low as I got, but you can try on some of the other 15" 7000 series models. You can also probably get a CSR to give you the 15% off the 7573 online via chat but then you can't stack it with cb. It is listed for $621 here [dell.com] so after 15% off via chat, it will be $527 + tax.

When I got it, a week ago, it was with the $100 off coupon which did work on this model and stacked with be frugal for an additional 8% cb. I had actually just gone the chat route the day before and ordered for $527 but ended up cancelling that order once the new coupon popped up.
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How could you combine the SD rebate and CB! Did not know thats possible...
It wasn't with the SD rebate. It was dell outlet coupons that ran last week. The one I used was $100 off $549.
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Thanks OP: everybody please keep posting laptop deals

however for this one.....
"Display
The Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1's base model, 1080p touch screen is one of the dimmest and dullest we've ever tested."

https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews...00-2-in-1#
I'm using the laptop right now and have no issue with the screen being too dim. I think the 7000 series has several different models so maybe they were testing a different model number. But I think the keys are a little more shallow than other laptops I've used but not a big deal. Battery life also isn't that great but not horrible. I figured that was the one thing I'd have to compromise on vs. the XPS 15 which I originally wanted but couldn't really justify paying 2-3x as much for.
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