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Dell Inspiron 15 3583 Laptop: i5-8265U, 15.6" 1080p, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD EXPIRED

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Staples.com has Dell Inspiron 15 3583 15.6" Laptop (i3583-5384BLK) for $449.99 - $50 w/ coupon code 14408 = $399.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • Intel Core i5-8265U 1.6GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display
  • 8GB 2666MHz DDR4 Memory
  • 256GB M.2 NVMe Solid State Drive
  • Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.1
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x Gigabit Ethernet
    • 1x SD Card Slot
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Our research indicates that Dell Inspiron 15 3583 15.6" Laptop is $130 lower (24.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $529.99 at the time of this posting. -StrawMan86

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Dell Inspiron 15 3583 Laptop: Intel Core i5-8265U, 15.6" 1080p, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, Win 10 $399.99
https://www.staples.com/dell-insp...t_24393764

Model: I3583-5384BLK
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that's a very general question. every company has a variety of lines of models, and number of models within them. each and every single model has a varying failure rate and types of issues.

generally speaking, business line models will be more durable, though they will cost more.

also, while in theory, some manufacturers will have a higher failure rate than others, the difference won't be significant enough to rule out a manufacturer entirely. the failure rate in computers is generally higher than other electronics/appliances, so that's something you'll have to accept.

and finally, please do not, do NOT listen to anecdotal "evidences" of which brands are good/bad. you can easily find someone who will swear off Dells, while another one who swears BY them and avoids HPs like the plague, and so on. this happens because of (as i mentioned) the inherently higher failure rates in computers in general.

edit - i also wanted to add that it's possible that Dell and HP may seem like they fail more possibly due to the fact that they are the top two manufacturers (at least until Lenovo caught up). so the more computers you sell, the more failed units you'll sell, and the more people that will complain.
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Service manual: https://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/i..._en-us.pdf

Spec: https://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/i..._en-us.pdf

There are two SODIMM slots for up to 16gb. Service manual indicates there is an NVMe M.2 drive and 2.5 drive slot. But there is no DVD.
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Is it true Dell and HP computers are more prone to failing?
that's a very general question. every company has a variety of lines of models, and number of models within them. each and every single model has a varying failure rate and types of issues.

generally speaking, business line models will be more durable, though they will cost more.

also, while in theory, some manufacturers will have a higher failure rate than others, the difference won't be significant enough to rule out a manufacturer entirely. the failure rate in computers is generally higher than other electronics/appliances, so that's something you'll have to accept.

and finally, please do not, do NOT listen to anecdotal "evidences" of which brands are good/bad. you can easily find someone who will swear off Dells, while another one who swears BY them and avoids HPs like the plague, and so on. this happens because of (as i mentioned) the inherently higher failure rates in computers in general.

edit - i also wanted to add that it's possible that Dell and HP may seem like they fail more possibly due to the fact that they are the top two manufacturers (at least until Lenovo caught up). so the more computers you sell, the more failed units you'll sell, and the more people that will complain.
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that's a very general question. every company has a variety of lines of models, and number of models within them. each and every single model has a varying failure rate and types of issues.

generally speaking, business line models will be more durable, though they will cost more.

also, while in theory, some manufacturers will have a higher failure rate than others, the difference won't be significant enough to rule out a manufacturer entirely. the failure rate in computers is generally higher than other electronics/appliances, so that's something you'll have to accept.

and finally, please do not, do NOT listen to anecdotal "evidences" of which brands are good/bad. you can easily find someone who will swear off Dells, while another one who swears BY them and avoids HPs like the plague, and so on. this happens because of (as i mentioned) the inherently higher failure rates in computers in general.
You're making too much sense for some people. Stop it
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is it true dell and hp computers are more prone to failing?
imo hp>dell

The Lenovo with almost same specs is $20 more
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Specs for this one from the dell website:
15.6" inch 1920x1080P Full HD Anti-Glare (TN) display
1x Ethernet 10mbps/100mbps.
Two USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, One USB 2.0 port
1x HDMI 1.4 Port
Either comes with a Dell WiFi card that is a re branded Qualcomm WiFi card or an Intel WiFi card.

Official dell manual for the 3583: https://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/i..._en-us.pdf
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dang, wish you gave more details
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It would be nice if one day it would be cost effective to build a laptop as we can do with desktops..
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I literally checked out this model in store last night before closing, and the sale price was $429, lower than what's on the web site. Can the coupon be applied in store?

btw, wish it had USB-C charging.
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touch screen ?
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Is it true Dell and HP computers are more prone to failing?
A relative of mine has a Dell business account, for well, business purposes. Products from this line appear to be durable, so I think it's the consumer line that has issues.
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