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Dell Inspiron 15 3580 Laptop: i5 8265U, 8GB DDR4, 15.6" 1080p Touch, Win 10 EXPIRED

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Office Depot via Rakuten has Dell Inspiron 15 3580 Touchscreen Laptop (I3580-5110BLK-PUS) for $449.99 - $60 w/ coupon code SAVE15 (apply in cart) = $389.99. Shipping is free. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • Intel i5-8265U 1.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 FHD LED-Backlit Display
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory
  • 1TB HDD
  • Wi-Fi + Bluetooth
  • DVD+RW drive
  • Windows 10 Home
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Dell Inspiron 15 3580 Laptop: Intel Core i5-8265U, 15.6" 1080p Touchscreen, 8GB DDR4/16GB Optane, 1TB HDD, Backlit Keyboard, DVDRW, Win 10 (Black) $389.99 + Free Shipping
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This processor has been on the market about a year. Two years ago 7th-gen Core processors were the newest available, and these are much faster (4 cores instead of 2). So whatever you got 2 years ago wasn't the same.
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We have a lot of 3580s and 3590s at work (before we dumped Dell for Lenovo a couple months ago, these were most of what we got), and they're... alright. Things to be aware of: the LCDs are pure trash. 1080, sure, but with awful viewing angles, bad colors, etc. They hurt to look at for long. The other is that on the 3580s, the SSD bay is big enough for a 2.5" SSD, but doesn't supply enough power. You MUST use an m.2 SATA drive. I've talked to a dozen Dell techs when they come onsite for warranty repairs, and none of them knows why this is, but they've all seen it. So be careful on upgrades 🤪
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Your company is cheap. Inspiron is not meant for business use. Latitude is the answer.
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This seems like a good deal...why no love? Am I missing something?
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I can't see a picture of the keyboard. Does anybody know if this has a full numeric keypad?
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I can't see a picture of the keyboard. Does anybody know if this has a full numeric keypad?
https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...aptop-156/

Numeric keypad: Budgeting and other calculations are a snap with the numeric keypad.
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Numeric keypad: Budgeting and other calculations are a snap with the numeric keypad.
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I had this deal 2 years ago, same config. I don't call it a deal.
This processor has been on the market about a year. Two years ago 7th-gen Core processors were the newest available, and these are much faster (4 cores instead of 2). So whatever you got 2 years ago wasn't the same.
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This processor has been on the market about a year. Two years ago 7th-gen Core processors were the newest available, and these are much faster (4 cores instead of 2). So whatever you got 2 years ago wasn't the same.
He paid a lot more for a cheaper alternative. Just another case of sour grapes
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This seems like a good deal...why no love? Am I missing something?
We have a lot of 3580s and 3590s at work (before we dumped Dell for Lenovo a couple months ago, these were most of what we got), and they're... alright. Things to be aware of: the LCDs are pure trash. 1080, sure, but with awful viewing angles, bad colors, etc. They hurt to look at for long. The other is that on the 3580s, the SSD bay is big enough for a 2.5" SSD, but doesn't supply enough power. You MUST use an m.2 SATA drive. I've talked to a dozen Dell techs when they come onsite for warranty repairs, and none of them knows why this is, but they've all seen it. So be careful on upgrades 🤪
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This seems like a good deal...why no love? Am I missing something?
I don't like that it has a TN panel display & CD-drive.
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I picked up a Inspiron 15 5575 for $307 shipped. My gripes were no SSD, no backlit keyboard, 4 GB ram...I upgraded those for $100. Basically it's this laptop now without the touchscreen and mine has SSD and Ryzen5 (not optane)...this is a solid deal.
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We have a lot of 3580s and 3590s at work (before we dumped Dell for Lenovo a couple months ago, these were most of what we got), and they're... alright. Things to be aware of: the LCDs are pure trash. 1080, sure, but with awful viewing angles, bad colors, etc. They hurt to look at for long. The other is that on the 3580s, the SSD bay is big enough for a 2.5" SSD, but doesn't supply enough power. You MUST use an m.2 SATA drive. I've talked to a dozen Dell techs when they come onsite for warranty repairs, and none of them knows why this is, but they've all seen it. So be careful on upgrades 🤪
Your company is cheap. Inspiron is not meant for business use. Latitude is the answer.
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Your company is cheap. Inspiron is not meant for business use. Latitude is the answer.
Definitely not cheap. Those are just for the basic users. Execs get surface book 2's or surface pro 6's, and now all the rest get Lenovo Thinkpad t480's or T580's. Not all staff need the same level of equipment.
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Definitely not cheap. Those are just for the basic users. Execs get surface book 2's or surface pro 6's, and now all the rest get Lenovo Thinkpad t480's or T580's. Not all staff need the same level of equipment.
It's not about level of equipment. It's about security. Latitude has a lot more security features that normal people don't care about. they are either cheap or just naive
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