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Dell XPS 15 9570 4K Laptop: i5-8300H, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, GTX 1050 Ti EXPIRED

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Microsoft Store has Dell XPS 15 9570 Laptop (XPS9570-5726SLV-PUS) on sale for $1099. Shipping is free. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • Intel Core i5-8300H Processor
  • 15.6" 4K UHD LED InfinityEdge Touchscreen
  • 8GB DDR4 2666 MHz Memory
  • 256GB PCIe Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti 4GB GDDR5 Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.1 w/ Power Delivery
    • 1x Thunderbolt 3
    • 1x HDMI
  • Battery: 97WHr 6-cell
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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Dell XPS 15 9570 Laptop: 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8300H Quad-Core, 15.6" 4K UHD Touchscreen, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB, Thunderbolt 3, Backlit Keyboard, 6-cell, Win 10 (Silver) $1099 + Free Shipping
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Model: XPS9570-5726SLV-PUS
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Answered my own question...

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3...u-buy.html

XPS 13 vs XPS 15: Keyboard & Trackpad
We actually think the XPS 13 and XPS 15 have trackpads that rank among the best. Both are glass-smooth and are correctly sized so we rarely, rarely ever have palm rejection issues. While the keyboards look the same, the keys on the smaller XPS 13 are actually larger than the keys on the larger XPS 15. Let's say that again: The keys on the XPS 13 are 16.1mm wide, while the keys on the XPS 15 are 14.7mm wide. That may not sound like much, but we've long felt the keys on the XPS are just a smidge smaller than we'd like. We embrace the slightly larger XPS 13's keys.

Winner: XPS 13
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Why the need for so much warranty? Are these notorious for failing, after 6 years it seems like a laptop would be near obsolete
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Is the keyboard on these bigger than the keyboard on the 13" models or the same size with some extra space on the outside?

My wife has the 13" version and I find the keyboard to be too small to use comfortably.
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Answered my own question...

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3...u-buy.html

XPS 13 vs XPS 15: Keyboard & Trackpad
We actually think the XPS 13 and XPS 15 have trackpads that rank among the best. Both are glass-smooth and are correctly sized so we rarely, rarely ever have palm rejection issues. While the keyboards look the same, the keys on the smaller XPS 13 are actually larger than the keys on the larger XPS 15. Let's say that again: The keys on the XPS 13 are 16.1mm wide, while the keys on the XPS 15 are 14.7mm wide. That may not sound like much, but we've long felt the keys on the XPS are just a smidge smaller than we'd like. We embrace the slightly larger XPS 13's keys.

Winner: XPS 13
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saw this one in microsoft store. Its 1050 for I5 and 1050Ti for i7 . not 1050ti for I5
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online sale says i5 xps15 is 1050ti
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Dell outlet has new 4k i7 version with double the SSD for $1570 before 14% off. Cash back website offers 13% back on outlet as well.

I just purchased one with 4 yrs added premium support for 160 or so. This is around 200 cheaper than the last Costco deal and i am getting 6 yrs of total warranty (4 from premium support and 2 extended with visa card) vs 4 yrs at Costco.
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Dell outlet has new 4k i7 version with double the SSD for $1570 before 14% off. Cash back website offers 13% back on outlet as well.

I just purchased one with 4 yrs added premium support for 160 or so. This is around 200 cheaper than the last Costco deal and i am getting 6 yrs of total warranty (4 from premium support and 2 extended with visa card) vs 4 yrs at Costco.
Why the need for so much warranty? Are these notorious for failing, after 6 years it seems like a laptop would be near obsolete
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Why the need for so much warranty? Are these notorious for failing, after 6 years it seems like a laptop would be near obsolete
Well, dell would replace in 4 years any defects. The next 2 years Citi will fully pay me back for breakdown. Locking in this purchase for 6 years. Plus, the price for 4 yrs warranty at the outlet is so cheap vs. Dell.com.

Also, its only 10% CB. Sorry, i did not fully check terms...
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I have this laptop. I dont mind the keyboard but it took a while for me to get used to. It's very flush. Not as flush as a macbook keyboard but close. Other then that I really like my xps 15.
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Dell outlet has new 4k i7 version with double the SSD for $1570 before 14% off. Cash back website offers 13% back on outlet as well.

I just purchased one with 4 yrs added premium support for 160 or so. This is around 200 cheaper than the last Costco deal and i am getting 6 yrs of total warranty (4 from premium support and 2 extended with visa card) vs 4 yrs at Costco.
Why you need so much for warranty. After 6 year the most laptop use 12-13th Gen and you still want Dell replace 8th gen?
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Dell outlet has new 4k i7 version with double the SSD for $1570 before 14% off. Cash back website offers 13% back on outlet as well.

I just purchased one with 4 yrs added premium support for 160 or so. This is around 200 cheaper than the last Costco deal and i am getting 6 yrs of total warranty (4 from premium support and 2 extended with visa card) vs 4 yrs at Costco.
Thanks, appears to be a good deal for the specs, this is real tempting came out to $1,603.45 with 3 year warranty for me not including the cash back which I'm only seeing 8% for the outlet. I really want to buy but have a hard time pulling the trigger for just a 1050ti when the 2060s are coming out now.
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Warranty is used to get a new replacement if they can't fix it, which will be highly likely. Lots of consumers do this purposely.
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I definitely screwed up by not grabbing the i7 / 16GB / 512GB SSD for $1371. It is now OOS.

Can't seem to find any equivalent via Dell for even close to the same price (even with CB sites).
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I put this deal up on a separate thread and people are thumbing down. So weird...
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