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Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Laptop: i7-8550U, 8GB, 128GB SSD + 1TB HD, 15.6" 1080p, UHD Graphics 620 $570 + free s/h

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Note: very crappy screen. As bad or worse than Acer Aspire E. Colors are heavily tinted. Very poor viewing angle. I would say it is only appropriate for Office applications or where you can plug in an external display
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Note: very crappy screen. As bad or worse than Acer Aspire E. Colors are heavily tinted. Very poor viewing angle. I would say it is only appropriate for Office applications or where you can plug in an external display
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Man... Searching for a laptop at the right price either comes down to storage type or screen. This is almost right
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Man... Searching for a laptop at the right price either comes down to storage type or screen. This is almost right
Another issue is so many are using soldered vs replaceable ram.

I'm watching for a good 13-14. But with good battery life true upgradeable memory and prefer dual storage. Good display truly helps.
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Due to limited availability, this coupon is no longer active.

Anyone else with further success? That was quick
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Another issue is so many are using soldered vs replaceable ram.

I'm watching for a good 13-14. But with good battery life true upgradeable memory and prefer dual storage. Good display truly helps.
My only requirement for ram is 8gb. Anymore more is a bonus imo
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Really want to buy this. Is the screen that bad? I'm not usually viewing media. And this checks all the boxes I'm looking for.

Edit. Never mind deal is dead.
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The coupon is not working
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Another issue is so many are using soldered vs replaceable ram.

I'm watching for a good 13-14. But with good battery life true upgradeable memory and prefer dual storage. Good display truly helps.
Staples has Dell Inspiron 13 7000 (7370) for $779. Has 16GB RAM and 256GB SSD, which looks like is an m.2 that can easily be upgraded to PCIe of up to 512GB. I don't know if the battery life is great though.
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Another issue is so many are using soldered vs replaceable ram.

I'm watching for a good 13-14. But with good battery life true upgradeable memory and prefer dual storage. Good display truly helps.
You need xps
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