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Dell Xps 13 9360 Ultrabook Laptop (Certified Refurbished) $1099.99

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If you're like me and hesitated on the Newegg flash deal for $999 and missed out, here is the same refurbished laptop for $100 more also fulfilled by Adorama Camera

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Screen Size 13.3 inches
Max Screen Resolution 3200 x 1800
Processor 1.8 GHz Intel Core i7
RAM 16 GB DDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive 512 GB flash_memory_solid_state
Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics
Chipset Brand intel
Card Descriptioni ntegrated
Wireless Type 802.11.ac

It's $80 cheaper than the closeout price listed on Adorama's own site:
https://www.adorama.com/dexpsi751216.html
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If you're like me and hesitated on the Newegg flash deal for $999 and missed out, here is the same refurbished laptop for $100 more. At the time of posting this there are 15 left

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
Not sure I understand. $1100 and doesn't even have discrete graphics?
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Not sure I understand. $1100 and doesn't even have discrete graphics?
I code for a living so battery life, portability, durability, and having a good keyboard are more important than gaming. This is an ultrabook, not a gaming laptop. There are plenty of machines that are cheaper with a better CPU and GPU, but they have a slower hard drive, weaker screen, are much heavier, and have a quarter of the battery life. Pick what matters to you.

Here is a video going over it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pr4fxedlwe8
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I code for a living so battery life, portability, durability, and having a good keyboard are more important than gaming. This is an ultrabook, not a gaming laptop. There are plenty of machines that are cheaper with a better CPU and GPU, but they have a slower hard drive, weaker screen, are much heavier, and have a quarter of the battery life. Pick what matters to you.

Here is a video going over it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pr4fxedlwe8
A yoga 730 can be had for $600 on sale, with everything you described. Bought a many PC, never an XPS.
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A yoga 730 can be had for $600 on sale, with everything you described. Bought a many PC, never an XPS.
And is only 1080p
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And is only 1080p
Oh my bad, missed that erroneous feature most do not request. Yes, that Yogs is $900 brand new... still not inspired here, at a refurb at that...
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I would strongly suggest getting the 9370 over this if you can. The cooling system is much better on the 9370 and Dell has enabled the CPU to use more power.
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I would strongly suggest getting the 9370 over this if you can. The cooling system is much better on the 9370 and Dell has enabled the CPU to use more power.
The 9360 has a significantly larger battery and the screen is between 1080 and 4k, making it a good compromise.
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The 9360 has a significantly larger battery and the screen is between 1080 and 4k, making it a good compromise.

Actually, the battery life is not much different even though the 9360 does have a 60wHr battery. The biggest difference is the cooling system though and extra power to the cpu Dell provides on the 9370. The quad cores will maintain higher clock speeds on the 9370 vs 9360 by quite a margin. That combined with the full 4 lane TB3 port on the 9370 make it a great candidate for an eGPU.
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