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Dell has some deals on laptops that include an Inspiron with an I7 8565U processor 128 SSD and a 1TB hd, 8 G ram and Nivida MX150. for $587

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Doesn't look like there are any latitudes but thanks for the heads up.
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With respect, why buy this when you can buy a "gaming" laptop for not much more, that has a good graphics card? Genuinely wondering if I am not understanding something
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With respect, why buy this when you can buy a "gaming" laptop for not much more, that has a good graphics card? Genuinely wondering if I am not understanding something
fair question, it just depends on what you need it for. I don't really game or do work that require graphics card, so spending that extra doesn't make sense to me. also, as a student, I value portability, battery life and weight more than graphic performance, so I'm much more likely to get a latitude or Inspiron than a gaming one.
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Doesn't look like there are any latitudes but thanks for the heads up.
For Dell Latitudes, depending on how old you want to get (and/or how cheap), you might want to check Woot.com (now part of Amazon). I am on a Latitude E7450 I bought about a month ago for <$400. With 14nm I5 (not newest gen) and 16GB and SSD, it's fine for what I wanted, and I wanted the solidness and ruggedness of a Latitude. I was not buying this for a gaming system so the limited Graphics were fine. I does have both HDMI and mini-DP out and could drive multiple monitors for things like coding and writing, just not for intensive games.

They get various models in. The refurbishers are 3rd-party and vary, so a refub purchase is YMMV but they are very responsive though customer service you can easily return if you don't like it. New stock comes in daily but sometimes there are only a few of a particular model.

My Latitude was functionally perfect, clean screen, good battery, all seems OK. But the #*$@ refurbisher thought they were "improving it" by putting sticky vinyl overlays on the top case, on the keypad rest, and even on the touchpad. Having used another Latitude at the same time for work, I realized something was desperately wrong with the feeling -- it turns out I could just peel off the stuff and it was clean and fine underneath. I complained to Woot and they said they would take it back if I wanted but I decided I liked it after that so decided to keep it.

But back to this deal, I'd trust Dell Outlet more, especially if you want to find something relatively recent and sometimes you're lucky and get near-new condition. The trick is finding something that's close to what you want, and at the same time having a good promo or coupon code, and then getting it before it's gone.
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With respect, why buy this when you can buy a "gaming" laptop for not much more, that has a good graphics card? Genuinely wondering if I am not understanding something
Mainly because not everyone wants pull out a bulky laptop to show his/her client about products or project development. In other words, there are many professionals here looking for something light an inexpensive.
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fair question, it just depends on what you need it for. I don't really game or do work that require graphics card, so spending that extra doesn't make sense to me. also, as a student, I value portability, battery life and weight more than graphic performance, so I'm much more likely to get a latitude or Inspiron than a gaming one.
Yup, exactly, but just this year I did find an Alienware gaming laptop on Dell Outlet for a good deal (still expensive but a good deal). I got it and checked it out and am happy with it. But the moment I picked it up, I realized it was not something I'd carry around with me or use on short trips mostly for email, finance, browsing. The thing is a beast! Very solid and very nice but heavy, as it should be with all that power and cooling. I didn't actually plan to use it for 'everyday use' but always wanted one and the Outlet deal was tempting.

That's actually why I ended up with the Latitude E7450 I mentioned in my last post. Weighs a couple of pounds, rugged, good battery life as my "real use" laptop.

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How's the battery on video playback or streaming movies?
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With respect, why buy this when you can buy a "gaming" laptop for not much more, that has a good graphics card? Genuinely wondering if I am not understanding something
People often pay more for a thinner laptop with more battery. Exclude the gpu and you get both of those and save money vs paying more.
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But don't gaming laptops scream....i am a grown idiot?
It all depends on who you hang out with. For example, if you hang out with engineers and people do CAD work or analyses on laptops, then you'll want the graphics and CPU capability for the same price. Saving money doesn't scream "idiot".

If you hang out with people who buy MacBooks because they're popular and look cool at Starbucks then...dag nab it! You've got me generalizing people too now!
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With respect, why buy this when you can buy a "gaming" laptop for not much more, that has a good graphics card? Genuinely wondering if I am not understanding something
I was wondering that too. But the "thin and light" with battery-life argument is pretty solid.

I do exclusively use laptops as desktop replacements and don't believe in "working" with a computer on my lap. If I'm working, I put it on desk. But I can see people thinking a black laptop with red backlit keyboards not fitting in a legal office. I'd definitely buy something more subtle if I were a lawyer.
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Nice deal on a NEW XPS 13:

XPS 13 - 9380

Intel Core 8th Generation i7-8565U Processor (Quad Core, Upto 4.60GHz, 8MB Cache, 15W)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Class 40 Solid State Drive
16GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3 Memory
13.3 inch 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) InfinityEdge Touch Display - Platinum Silver
Intel UHD Graphics

NEW condition for $1,209.16.
Certified Refurb for less.
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Can anyone recommend a good laptop?

Lightweight for traveling, decent battery life, usb-c charging, decent ips display, dedicated graphic for light gaming (overwatch or fortnite 1080p @ 60fps), less than a $1000, thanks!
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xps 13- 9380 with core i7-8565U, 8gb ram, 256HD for $816.14 after coupon. FHD no touch screen which I prefer.

Is that a pretty good deal?
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