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I believe the RAM on these are soldered
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RAM is soldered. 128GB SSD is way too small for any use. That means another $200 for an NVME SSD. So total is now around $1000. For that price, you can get an 512GB SSD and 16GB XPS or Yoga when they are on sale.
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RAM is soldered. 128GB SSD is way too small for any use. That means another $200 for an NVME SSD. So total is now around $1000. For that price, you can get an 512GB SSD and 16GB XPS or Yoga when they are on sale.
Amen. It's ridiculous that high end PCs are still offered with such tiny storage space.
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Why would this version be 1299? Not even 256

On dell.com you can buy this version for $949.99 right now. The highest priced 9360 starts at 1099.
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Meh $799 should be MSRP
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sells for $950 in many places. so savings are $150 only.

edit: 8th gen cpu is very efficient. not too bad
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128gb is too small for any use? Ram is soldered? So what. You pay for what you get.... Many people will be more than fine with this configuration... And it is a decent deal
who's paying you? poop deal.
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sells for $950 in many places. so savings are $150 only.

edit: 7th gen cpu. pass
Where do you see 7th gen? I see 8th
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Where do you see 7th gen? I see 8th
my bad i researched XPS9360 instead of XPS9360-5203SLV. if its 8th gen then its an ok deal now.​
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Do not Buy Dell. Absolute garbage support, good luck talking to someone you can understand.
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Imo, you don't buy this computer for the RAM or processing power.

This is the best built Windows laptop I've tried.

Pros:

Truly beautiful screen with small bezels, extremely thin and light, amazing battery life, and supports charging by usb-c.

Cons:

Keyboard is just okay (not bad per se, but shallow keystrokes unsurprisingly), performance throttles if you do anything demanding over time, and thunderbolt 3 port only supports 2 lanes of PCIe.

Basically, if you need an extremely light laptop to take with you to work/class every day and don't plan on gaming or doing heavy video editing, this is a fantastic laptop. Cheaper than a MacBook with similar build quality.

If you want something cheaper with better specs, for go an inspirion for lesser build quality.

If you want something with amazing performance, look elsewhere, because this laptop is too thin too do anything too demanding.
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128gb is too small for any use? Ram is soldered? So what. You pay for what you get.... Many people will be more than fine with this configuration... And it is a decent deal
The people that would be fine with this RAM/SSD configuration will probably be fine with a less fancy laptop @ 400 too, not throwing $800 at this one.
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Imo, you don't buy this computer for the RAM or processing power.

This is the best built Windows laptop I've tried.

Pros:

Truly beautiful screen with small bezels, extremely thin and light, amazing battery life, and supports charging by usb-c.

Cons:

Keyboard is just okay (not bad per se, but shallow keystrokes unsurprisingly), performance throttles if you do anything demanding over time, and thunderbolt 3 port only supports 2 lanes of PCIe.

Basically, if you need an extremely light laptop to take with you to work/class every day and don't plan on gaming or doing heavy video editing, this is a fantastic laptop. Cheaper than a MacBook with similar build quality.

If you want something cheaper with better specs, for go an inspirion for lesser build quality.

If you want something with amazing performance, look elsewhere, because this laptop is too thin too do anything too demanding.
I agree, if you need more than 8gb of RAM then you've most likely purchased the wrong computer for your task.

Also if carrying around a ton of media is important, then consider buying a USB 3.1 SSD/HDD enclosure or large format Memory Card to make your content more portable and accessible.
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