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Dell Vostro 13 5370 Business Laptop: i5-8250U, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, Win 10 Pro EXPIRED

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Dell Small Business has Dell Vostro 13 5000 Business Laptop (5370) on sale for $809 - $310 off with coupon code BIZLT499 (applied at checkout) = $499. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

Specs
  • 13.3" 1920x1080 Full HD Anti-Glare LED display
  • Intel Core i5-8250U Quad-Core (8-Thread) Processor
  • 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM (2 slots total w/ max 32GB supported)
  • 256GB M.2 Solid State Drive
  • Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
  • 802.11ac WiFi | Bluetooth 4.2
  • 3-Cell 38 WHr Battery
  • Backlit Keyboard | Fingerprint Reader
  • Weight: 3.11 lbs
  • 12-Month McAfee Small Business Security Subscription (Digital Delivery)
  • Ports
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A (one with PowerShare)
    • 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C (DisplayPort/Power Delivery)
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x Audio jack
    • micro SD Card Reader
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LINK: https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/s...0PC21123V2

COUPON: BIZLT499

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
  • 13.3" 1080P Anti-Glare IPS Display
  • i5-8250U 1.6 GHz (3.4 GHz Turbo, 6MB cache)
  • 8GBx1 DDR4L 2400 MHz Ram (32GB max, 2 Slots)
  • 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 720P HD WebCam
  • McAfee Small Business Security 12-month subscription
  • 2W x 2 Stereo Speakers with MaxxAudio Pro
  • Dual Band 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2
  • PORTS:
    • 2x USB 3.0 (1 with Power Share)
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1 (DP, Power Delivery)
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x Micro SDXC Card Reader
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • 3 Cell 38 WHr battery
  • 3.11 lbs
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What the hell you are talking about?
Try reading the title and clicking the link. It's not correct. Also, there's a coupon code for all business laptops. If you actually read you might be able to see what I'm talking about
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How does this compare to the inspiron 5000-7000 or the xps?
Vostro is the small business line, kind of a bridge between Latitude and Inspiron. Like the Inspiron line, the 3000 is the entry-level, 5000 mid-level (7000 is top-end on the Inspiron but there's no Vostro 7000). The current Inspiron 7000 is very well-built, definitely better build quality (and usually pricier) than this Vostro.
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Try reading the title and clicking the link. It's not correct. Also, there's a coupon code for all business laptops. If you actually read you might be able to see what I'm talking about
If you are not trolling you would have noticed that I have posted this deal and the deal have all the description correct and you won't find it cheaper by using any other coupon code. I think you forgot to apply the coupon code because you did not read the deal properly. Looks like it is just a mistake since you were checking from Mobile; otherwise that would have been called thread crapping by many.
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Anyone know the maximum Memory I can have on this?
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Vostro is the small business line, kind of a bridge between Latitude and Inspiron. Like the Inspiron line, the 3000 is the entry-level, 5000 mid-level (7000 is top-end on the Inspiron but there's no Vostro 7000). The current Inspiron 7000 is very well-built, definitely better build quality (and usually pricier) than this Vostro.
Not necessarily. When you mentioned build quality, there is a huge difference between the type of build quality required for Business models and Consumer models. Dell Inspiron 7000 series has all metal chassis with almost unibody design to make it more portable and light but that is not the requirement for a Business Laptops.
Business Laptops like Precision, Latitude or Vostro, they never try to provide extremely thin and light metal and sexy looking design. Their build is more dutable, they use normally magnesium alloy based material with certain degree of shock proof, spill proofing and more durable, which make them a bit heavier and normally come with MIL-SPEC for drop, shock and spill test certifications. This Vostro is no exception and emphasizes more on durability rather than being light and thin. The build quality of this Laptop is durable than even the 7000 series Consumer Inspirons. Don't think that all metal chassis means better durability. Drop that inspiron once and you will see how that metal chassis bend with slightest impact.
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Anyone know the maximum Memory I can have on this?
It is mentioned in the link, you could have checked that from there. Also, just expand the ORIGINAL POST section which will give you all the details.
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I've got a Vostro 1500 from 2006 that still runs fine. I've updated it to its max, but it's a tank. Did they get worse over time?
I have a brand new laptop that totally creaks when I lift it with one hand. Feel like Inspiron quality from 15 years ago.
Not sure I'd recommend if you can afford better. Of course, budget matters.
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Is PowerShare the same as Power Delivery?

The Dell said the USB-C is "Power Share". And there is a separate power connector.

Anyone confirm you can charge this using both the native AC adapter, and a USB-C adapter (I assume 65W or higher).
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If you are not trolling you would have noticed that I have posted this deal and the deal have all the description correct and you won't find it cheaper by using any other coupon code. I think you forgot to apply the coupon code because you did not read the deal properly. Looks like it is just a mistake since you were checking from Mobile; otherwise that would have been called thread crapping by many.
Man, you need to calm down. The 5000 is $809, not the 5370 as claimed in the title. I'm checking this on the web. Where are you seeing the 5370 is $809? It's showing $1099 before coupon for me.
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Man, you need to calm down. The 5000 is $809, not the 5370 as claimed in the title. I'm checking this on the web. Where are you seeing the 5370 is $809? It's showing $1099 before coupon for me.
Man, you should increase your knowledge base a bit. 5000 is the name of the series and this specific model is 5370 and you did not get that easy thing. The link below and I am highlighting the part. Looks like spoon feeding is the only way to make you understand.
"https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/laptops/13/spd/vostro-13-5370-laptop/CAV135W10PC21123V2"

And I have no idea how you are checking when the link is clearly given. looks like proper web browsing is another thing which should be added to your learning list.
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Is PowerShare the same as Power Delivery?

The Dell said the USB-C is "Power Share". And there is a separate power connector.

Anyone confirm you can charge this using both the native AC adapter, and a USB-C adapter (I assume 65W or higher).
Power Delivery is the USB-C charging standard. I don't have this laptop, but have used other Dells that can be charged over USB-C, even though they came with a proprietary power adapter. I like to keep the proprietary one at home and use USB-C on the go.

PowerShare is different - it's Dell's name for charging other devices (e.g. phone) from the USB jack, even when the laptop is powered off. Generally there's a setting in BIOS so you decide whether you want to enable this when the computer is on battery power.
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I have a brand new laptop that totally creaks when I lift it with one hand. Feel like Inspiron quality from 15 years ago.
Not sure I'd recommend if you can afford better. Of course, budget matters.
Do you have a brand new Vostro? Please provide the model number as brand new laptop does not really mean anything. Just like Dell Inspiron series have 3000, 5000 and 7000 series, Vostro has 3000 and 5000 series. Now if you have the cheapest 3000 model and then try to compare it with the highest end Inspiron 7000 series, that is not called a comparison, does it?
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Not necessarily. When you mentioned build quality, there is a huge difference between the type of build quality required for Business models and Consumer models. Dell Inspiron 7000 series has all metal chassis with almost unibody design to make it more portable and light but that is not the requirement for a Business Laptops.
Business Laptops like Precision, Latitude or Vostro, they never try to provide extremely thin and light metal and sexy looking design. Their build is more dutable, they use normally magnesium alloy based material with certain degree of shock proof, spill proofing and more durable, which make them a bit heavier and normally come with MIL-SPEC for drop, shock and spill test certifications. This Vostro is no exception and emphasizes more on durability rather than being light and thin. The build quality of this Laptop is durable than even the 7000 series Consumer Inspirons. Don't think that all metal chassis means better durability. Drop that inspiron once and you will see how that metal chassis bend with slightest impact.
I take your point that the perceived premium build of say the Inspiron 7000 isn't necessarily the same as durability. Not trying to crap on this deal, it's a great value for someone who just needs a regular laptop and doesn't care about slim and sexy. However, I don't see any place where Dell advertises that this computer is MIL-Spec rated, like some of the Latitude laptops are.
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I'd avoid any Intel processor atm. Wait until zombieload is figured out. If hyperthreading does need to be disabled these processors take a pretty large hit in multitreaded performance. Prices need to drop in alignment with that
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Vostro is the small business line, kind of a bridge between Latitude and Inspiron. Like the Inspiron line, the 3000 is the entry-level, 5000 mid-level (7000 is top-end on the Inspiron but there's no Vostro 7000). The current Inspiron 7000 is very well-built, definitely better build quality (and usually pricier) than this Vostro.
Actually it looks like Dell just announced a 15-inch Vostro 7000, together with a 13-inch Vostro 5000 (5390) that will replace the 5370 here. The 5390 looks to be a good bit lighter (2.6 lbs) with thinner bezels, but memory is soldered. Battery capacity is up, 45 or 52 Whr. It definitely won't be $500 for some time though.
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