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Dell XPS 13 Touch Laptop: i5-8250U,13.3" 4K, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD EXPIRED

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Microsoft Store has Dell XPS 13 9370 Touch Laptop for $899. Shipping is free. Thanks emains

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  • 13.3" 3840x2160 UHD UltraSharp InfinityEdge Touchscreen Display w/ Corning Gorilla Glass 4
  • Intel i5-8250U 1.6Ghz Quad-Core Processor (3.4GHz Boost)
  • 8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz Memory
  • 128GB Solid State Drive
  • Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Dual-Band 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.1
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Ports:
    • MicroSD Card Reader
    • 2x Thunderbolt 3 w/ PowerShare
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type C
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x Headphone Combo Jack
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New Dell XPS 13 Dell 9370 XPS9370 laptop 4K Touchscreen Intel Core i7-8550U 8GB memory/256GB SSD available in Rose Gold/Silver for $1199.000 @ MS

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Dell XPS 13 Dell 9370 XPS9370 laptop 4K Touchscreen Intel Core i5-8250U 8GB memory/128GB SSD available in Rose Gold/Silver for $899.000 @ MS

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p...chspecstab
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Decent prices for 4k versions, but wish there was a 1080p version on sale. I personally prefer 3 hours of additional battery life over 13" 4k screen.

EDIT: Just checked Dell for FHD and they are slightly cheaper with 10% cash back. Plus you get Dell rewards.
Current Dell.com price for i7/8GB/256GB/FDH is $1102 after CB. They also have the i5/8GB/256GB/FHD for $945 after CB. FHD instead of UHD, but 3 hrs longer battery life.

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Seems like a good price for the latest laptop. I just wish the I5 had 256hd.
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incredible build quality on these.

the new glass woven fabric is a very nice addition.

this version (9370) has full 4 lane thunderbolt 3.

this is the best damn build quality out of any windows laptop ever built to date, with excellent fit and finish.

not sure if it would last as long as a thinkpad, but it's definitelly thinner, lighter, and 100000000x better looking.

i would strongly suggest the i5 version as the only difference between i7 and i5 is pretty much clock frequency. save your money, go for the i5 version with i5-8250u.
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Nice price, but that paltry RAM Frown
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Seems like a good price for the latest laptop. I just wish the I5 had 256hd.
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I purchased the i7 before and returned it bc the thermals lead to throttling. This makes the i7 almost the same as the i5 under load. You could purchase the i5, put in a bigger hard drive and have the same performance for less money. I'm on mobile but you can Google this issue for links.
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Decent prices for 4k versions, but wish there was a 1080p version on sale. I personally prefer 3 hours of additional battery life over 13" 4k screen.

EDIT: Just checked Dell for FHD and they are slightly cheaper with 10% cash back. Plus you get Dell rewards.
Current Dell.com price for i7/8GB/256GB/FDH is $1102 after CB. They also have the i5/8GB/256GB/FHD for $945 after CB. FHD instead of UHD, but 3 hrs longer battery life.

https://www.dell.com/en-us/member...igurations
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incredible build quality on these.

the new glass woven fabric is a very nice addition.

this version (9370) has full 4 lane thunderbolt 3.

this is the best damn build quality out of any windows laptop ever built to date, with excellent fit and finish.

not sure if it would last as long as a thinkpad, but it's definitelly thinner, lighter, and 100000000x better looking.

i would strongly suggest the i5 version as the only difference between i7 and i5 is pretty much clock frequency. save your money, go for the i5 version with i5-8250u.
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Ordered one. I had a 9350 and loved the size for portability.

Warning for those who uses the webcam frequently: it is a nostril cam. The move from it being in the left corner to the center really doesn't change much. The angle your viewers get is not flattering no matter how good looking you may be.

I was debating the surface laptop since when in sale I can get a 256GB 8GB ram for $800. But, at $900, I'll pull the plug on this XPS since I rarely use the camera.
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Decent prices for 4k versions, but wish there was a 1080p version on sale. I personally prefer 3 hours of additional battery life over 13" 4k screen.

EDIT: Just checked Dell for FHD and they are slightly cheaper with 10% cash back. Plus you get Dell rewards.
Current Dell.com price for i7/8GB/256GB/FDH is $1102 after CB. They also have the i5/8GB/256GB/FHD for $945 after CB. FHD instead of UHD, but 3 hrs longer battery life.

https://www.dell.com/en-us/member...igurations
How do you get the 10% cash back?
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How do you get the 10% cash back?
Several of the main cashback portals are currently offering 10% CB. They are not allowed to be mentioned on this website, but you can find them easily by Googling "Dell Cashback".
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i want to buy one but im so conflicted. Is 128 gb enough storage even if i edit videos every now and then? and im considering getting the 1080p from dell's website for the same price to save battery but I feel I'm missing out on 1 free $400 upgrade for the beautiful 4k screen. any thoughts on what i should buy?
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Picked up an i5/8gb/128gb 1080p 9370 from the outlet a few of months ago. Paid $705 or so I think after cashback(15% at the time). Solid build and no problems so far.
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i want to buy one but im so conflicted. Is 128 gb enough storage even if i edit videos every now and then? and im considering getting the 1080p from dell's website for the same price to save battery but I feel I'm missing out on 1 free $400 upgrade for the beautiful 4k screen. any thoughts on what i should buy?
I grabbed the 128GB version and plan on putting a bigger SSD in there if I need to. The replacement is pretty straight forward (plenty of guides and videos online). A 250GB M.2 will run you less than $100, maybe even $50 on a good sale (ex. microcenter open boxes).
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