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Refurbished Dell Inspiron 7567 15" - 1080p Screen, i7-7700HQ, 16GB DDR4, GTX 1050Ti, 128 GB M.2 SSD, 1TB 5400rpm - $784 before tax, free shipping.

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Link here: Dell Home Outlet [dell.com]

Review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z...x9DQ&vl=en

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Tech Specs

Processor: Intel Core 7th Generation i7-7700HQ Processor (Quad Core, up to 3.80 GHz, 6MB Cache, 35W)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
1 TB SATA Hard Drive (5400 RPM)
128GB M.2 Solid State Drive
16 GB DDR4 Non-ECC SDRAM 2400MHz (1x16GB)
15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti 4GB
Black - LCD Back Cover (Non-Touch Screen)
Dell Outlet Inspiron 15 - 7567 Laptop

There are a limited number, so if this sells out, there are also other 1050Ti laptops without the M.2 and only 8GB ram but with the 7700HQ.
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I don't know if it is still available, Lenovo y520 with same spec and 256gb and 2
Tb (basically twice the storage) from costco for 800 seems to be a better deal with 4 year warranty if you pay with costco credit card. And it's brand new
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Got a the 7577 version with a 1060 last night. But i5 and 8gb of ram instead. $658 and $712 after tax
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I use this for work and it's great for me. I keep a cooling pad on it at all times that it's on and it rarely spins up. It has some odd freezing sometimes that requires a manual restart but that's probably isolated to my laptop. The material on top of the screen isn't my favorite because of its ability to pickup scratches and it feels nasty after a while. I did but another 16GB of RAM because I multitask a lot.

I got it for 1080 before rebates so this is a good deal.
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Consumer17 is not working for me. For $784, would be a good deal for this hardware.
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Looks like consumer17 ended at 9:59am. There is now Consumer12 until tomorrow.
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Better go for the 7577 with 1060 graphics, even if the CPU is i5.
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Got a the 7577 version with a 1060 last night. But i5 and 8gb of ram instead. $658 and $712 after tax
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Better go for the 7577 with 1060 graphics, even if the CPU is i5.
The 7577 has a 52w battery. The 7567 has 74w. That equates to two hours less battery life for the new model. Just something to think about.
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The 7577 has a 52w battery. The 7567 has 74w. That equates to two hours less battery life for the new model. Just something to think about.
Better battery life might be a plus but I'd still rather have better graphics on a gaming laptop. It's not necessarily mobility that you want in such a machine.
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Better battery life might be a plus but I'd still rather have better graphics on a gaming laptop. It's not necessarily mobility that you want in such a machine.
yea i think cost was their problem. the 7567 had a big battery and a subwoofer, but the screen was terrible. they fixed that, they put in a better screen but they didn't want to go over that $800 price point, so they had to shave the battery and ditch the sub.

its just a matter of what you want. personally im going with the older model... i do want the extra battery life and i do want the sub. the screen can actually be upgraded for $75. im not going to game with mine, i just wanted a gaming laptop for the better cooling they come with. it drives me crazy when i have a laptop that overheats...
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yea i think cost was their problem. the 7567 had a big battery and a subwoofer, but the screen was terrible. they fixed that, they put in a better screen but they didn't want to go over that $800 price point, so they had to shave the battery and ditch the sub.

its just a matter of what you want. personally im going with the older model... i do want the extra battery life and i do want the sub. the screen can actually be upgraded for $75. im not going to game with mine, i just wanted a gaming laptop for the better cooling they come with. it drives me crazy when i have a laptop that overheats...
I guess if you're willing to DIY your screen upgrade for the sake of larger battery and sound. The newer one also has Thunderbolt 3 USB-C. I usually think about the warranty issues if I add or replace components and I need to send it in, or about the overall long term value of the machine so I don't have to upgrade every couple of years.
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I guess if you're willing to DIY your screen upgrade for the sake of larger battery and sound. The newer one also has Thunderbolt 3 USB-C. I usually think about the warranty issues if I add or replace components and I need to send it in, or about the overall long term value of the machine so I don't have to upgrade every couple of years.
i worry about the same... if i get 4 hours battery life on a brand new battery, then a year from now it will only get 3. the older model will get 5 hours or there abouts on a degrading battery...

and the 7567 did ship with the better displays.. it was just the initial batch that didn't, so its easy to find brand new ones with IPS panels and full warranty.

i think it just comes down to the battery vs the video card. do you want to play games? then go with the newer model. For me, i just want a laptop that will last me 10 years. and that means good cooling is a must, so even though i dont game this is still an ideal laptop. I actually think I might spend the extra $80 and get the 7567 with i7 processor, its nearly 30% faster than the i5
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