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Dell XPS 13 9370 Laptop: 4K Touch, I7-8550U, 16GB DDR3, 512GB SSD EXPIRED

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Dell via Rakuten has Dell XPS 13 9370 Touchscreen Laptop (XNITA3KB606RT) + $120.89 in Rakuten Super Points on sale for $1299.99 - $200 off with coupon code DELL200 = $1099.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

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  • 13.3" 3840x2160 4K Ultra HD Touchscreen IPS InfinityEdge Display
  • Intel Core i7-8550U Quad-Core / 8-Thread Processor
  • 16GB 2133 MHz Dual Channel LPDDR3 RAM
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
  • Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi (2x2) | Bluetooth 4.2
  • Backlit Keyboard | Fingerprint Reader
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • 52WHr Battery
  • Weight: 2.68 lbs
  • Ports
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C w/ Thunderbolt 3 (4 Lanes)
    • 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C (Power Delivery & DisplayPort)
    • 1x Headphone jack
    • microSD Card Slot
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COUPON: DELL200

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 13.3" 4K IPS 400 Nits Display
  • i7-8550U 1.8 GHz (4 GHz Turbo, 6MB cache)
  • 16GB LPDDR3 Dual Channel 2133 MHz Ram
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • 720P WebCam
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Dual Band 802.11ac (2x2) + Bluetooth
  • PORTS:
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C /w Thunderbolt 3 (4 Lanes)
    • 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C (PD & DisplayPort)
    • 1x Headphone jack
  • 2.68 lbs
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I've purchased perhaps about a dozen of various iterations of this XPS13 over the past several years for employees at the office. It is our "go to" machine, with new models typcially purchased from $1,200 to $1,400 if on sale, so this is a good deal with the combined 11% future-use bonus. I've had one unit DOA, one fail after a month or so, and the other 10 or so no problems over the years with no real complaints from employees.

The one thing about this particular model is that it is the prior model with the web cam at the bottom ot the screen, not top - think "chin cam" or "nostril cam" - slightly better than at the bottom-left corner where the cam used to be.

Also, if you want ot look at other brands such as Acer, similar specs (including size and weight) can be found in the $825 to $1,000 range on sale, maybe with a smaller SSD or full HD instead of 4K (got my wife a lighter 2-in-1 with the same specs as this machine but with full-HD for $825 after incentives at BB last fall).

Other things about the XPS13:
- RAM soldered in and not replaceable like all "ultrabooks"
- 4K eats up battery 1.5 hours faster than full-HD, maybe 7 hours vs. almost 9 hours in this unit when new under typical use
- Not gaming machine - no dedicated grphics card
- SSD upgradable
- No "regular" USB port - only USB-C
- Additiona//replacement OEM chargers can be found online for less than $25, so that's nice
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Nice device, feel the Huawei Matebook X Pro edges it at around same price. 3:2 screen is where it's at.
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Not a bad deal. I just got a 15" XPS with the same specs from the outlet for $86 more.
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How long is the battery life?
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How long is the battery life?
With normal usage (web browsing, using MS office, some video streaming) I get around 3-4 hours although one problem I have with it is that closing the lid doesn't always put the device to sleep.

All in all this price isn't very good either especially with these specs and this being last year's model.

I'd pick up the Razor that hit the front page for $200 less.
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Not a bad deal. I just got a 15" XPS with the same specs from the outlet for $86 more.
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With normal usage (web browsing, using MS office, some video streaming) I get around 3-4 hours although one problem I have with it is that closing the lid doesn't always put the device to sleep.

All in all this price isn't very good either especially with these specs and this being last year's model.

I'd pick up the Razor that hit the front page for $200 less.
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With normal usage (web browsing, using MS office, some video streaming) I get around 3-4 hours although one problem I have with it is that closing the lid doesn't always put the device to sleep.

All in all this price isn't very good either especially with these specs and this being last year's model.

I'd pick up the Razor that hit the front page for $200 less.
I can get through a whole day of work if I make sure to hit the power button to hibernate. Closing the lid puts it into a garbage power state. Battery drain city.
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Nice device, feel the Huawei Matebook X Pro edges it at around same price. 3:2 screen is where it's at.
Even thought i like the matebook, not sure its a good idea to buy their stuff here in the US anymore due to trump being a idiot. Im pretty sure microsoft is gonna kick them out in the os license rights soon after google just announced theirs
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Nice device, feel the Huawei Matebook X Pro edges it at around same price. 3:2 screen is where it's at.
Where do I send for warranty repair?
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I can get through a whole day of work if I make sure to hit the power button to hibernate. Closing the lid puts it into a garbage power state. Battery drain city.
Yeah, even with me pushing the power button, if I turn on any of my Bluetooth peripherals it will wake the laptop up and not fully put it back to sleep even when disconnecting it.

It's pretty annoying. I've taken long drives to get to a meeting only to find out the laptop powered during the ride and is almost dead.
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11% points back as well. Solid deal
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Seems it's OOS already: https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/13094602

I've mentioned on another post I bought my XPS 13 for $1,050 with almost identical specs over a year ago, the only difference was mine came with the WQHD+ instead of the 4K which at this screen size it really doesn't make a difference between those two resolutions.
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I've purchased perhaps about a dozen of various iterations of this XPS13 over the past several years for employees at the office. It is our "go to" machine, with new models typcially purchased from $1,200 to $1,400 if on sale, so this is a good deal with the combined 11% future-use bonus. I've had one unit DOA, one fail after a month or so, and the other 10 or so no problems over the years with no real complaints from employees.

The one thing about this particular model is that it is the prior model with the web cam at the bottom ot the screen, not top - think "chin cam" or "nostril cam" - slightly better than at the bottom-left corner where the cam used to be.

Also, if you want ot look at other brands such as Acer, similar specs (including size and weight) can be found in the $825 to $1,000 range on sale, maybe with a smaller SSD or full HD instead of 4K (got my wife a lighter 2-in-1 with the same specs as this machine but with full-HD for $825 after incentives at BB last fall).

Other things about the XPS13:
- RAM soldered in and not replaceable like all "ultrabooks"
- 4K eats up battery 1.5 hours faster than full-HD, maybe 7 hours vs. almost 9 hours in this unit when new under typical use
- Not gaming machine - no dedicated grphics card
- SSD upgradable
- No "regular" USB port - only USB-C
- Additiona//replacement OEM chargers can be found online for less than $25, so that's nice
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