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Dell Latitude E7470 14" Ultrabook, Quad-HD Touchscreen, Intel Core i7-6600U 2.4GHz, 16GB DDR4, 802.11ac, Bluetooth, Win10Pro (Woot! refurb, $459)

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Refurb but these are the highest of quality laptops. A little oldish, but excellent for school or work. QHD might ding battery but it should last a long time.

$459.99 for 128gb ssd
$499.99 for 512gb ssd

Specifications:
Processor: Intel Core i7-6600U 2.6GHz (Turbo up to 3.4GHz)
4MB Cache
Processor Core: Dual-Core
Screen Size: 14.0"
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Resolution: 2560 x 1440
Display Type: QHD LED-backlit Touchscreen
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 520
Memory: 16GB DDR4 2133MHz; Supports up to 16GB
Storage: Your Choice:
128GB Solid State Drive
or
512GB Solid State Drive
Optical Drive: No
Network: 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Wireless: 802.11ac
Bluetooth: Yes, 4.0
Speakers: High Quality Speakers
Sound: Integrated
Webcam: Yes
Microphone: Yes
Keyboard: Dual Pointing Keyboard
Pointing Device: Multi-touch Touchpad
I/O Ports:
mDisplayPort: 1
HDMI: 1
USB 3.0: 3
Docking Connector: 1
RJ-45: 1
Headphone/Microphone Combo: 1
Operating System:
Genuine Windows 10 Professional (64-bit)
Power:
65W AC Adapter
4-Cell Lithium Ion battery with ExpressCharge
Dimensions:
13.19"(W) x 0.76"(H) x 9.13"(D)
Weight:
3.32 lbs

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Processor is almost 5 years old
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How well would this laptop fare with gaming? Looking to get my 13 year old his first laptop and, of course, it would be nice if it can play some of the games kids are playing these days....maybe processor too old and graphics isn't good enough?
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Processor is almost 5 years old
I admit, it won't decimate even a modern i5, but it's an ultrabook. You don't buy ultrabooks for crushing performance, you buy them for their features and a general improvement in quality of life over your average YouTube machine. It's still no slouch though, it'll still game even fairly modern titles with relative ease
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How well would this laptop fare with gaming? Looking to get my 13 year old his first laptop and, of course, it would be nice if it can play some of the games kids are playing these days....maybe processor too old and graphics isn't good enough?
These are standard office business grade - they have bitlock encryption and TCP chip. Great for Excel, and up to twenty-esh Chrome tabs. Definitely NOT graphic intense capable - with several Chrome tabs running some content, it's already struggling. Besides that, VERY solid, I like it better than the HP EliteBook, which I think heat throttles easier.
It'll be OK for online gaming, the screen is OK for long hours usage as well. Similar consumer grade laptop will be around $1000+, at that point I would just get the basic MBPro for the screen alone.
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How well would this laptop fare with gaming? Looking to get my 13 year old his first laptop and, of course, it would be nice if it can play some of the games kids are playing these days....maybe processor too old and graphics isn't good enough?
Unless your boy wants to play the latest and greatest AAA titles in FullHD or above and the highest quality, then you should be fine. This will do 30+ fps on Forza Horizon 4 at 720p with everything set to low, so only poorly optimised (RDR2) or fairly overpowered (Witcher 3) AAA titles will prove a serious hindrance. Not to stereotype or judge, but by "...games kids are playing these days..." if you mean titles like Fortnite or GTA V, then rest assured that they won't be a problem. Again, you won't get killer fps or visuals, but this is great as a first gaming machine
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Is this manufacturer or third-party refurbished?
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How well would this laptop fare with gaming?
Laptops for gaming in general are a really bad idea. Thinner/more portable laptops like this one here - are great for web browsing / media consumption / office work and you know, the whole staying mobile part. There are fat "gaming laptops" which are garbage as far as laptops go (hot, loud, very limited battery life, heavy). And due to size limitations (and typically this leads to shit thermals, but also general downsizing of components) -- your performance for the dollar just can't compete.

You can actually put together a fairly competent budget gaming desktop for around $500-600 that will handle Overwatch, Minecraft, and Fortnite (and whatever else kids are playing these days).
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I used this exact model for work (minus the touch screen). I liked the portability and feel. The UHD screen and i7 are nice. My FHD non-glare screen started to develop "white" spots, but this screen is different.

All that said - there are a lot of off-lease laptops popping up - so there may be cheaper options for comparable laptops.
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Does anyone know if the SS d's are 2 and a 1/2 inch sata or are they NVME or M.2?
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5 years old dual core
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These are standard office business grade - they have bitlock encryption and TCP chip. Great for Excel, and up to twenty-esh Chrome tabs. Definitely NOT graphic intense capable - with several Chrome tabs running some content, it's already struggling. Besides that, VERY solid, I like it better than the HP EliteBook, which I think heat throttles easier.
It'll be OK for online gaming, the screen is OK for long hours usage as well. Similar consumer grade laptop will be around $1000+, at that point I would just get the basic MBPro for the screen alone.
What parts help your computer run a bunch of tabs ?
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What parts help your computer run a bunch of tabs ?
In general the ram is usually the first thing to max out with more tabs.
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I got this exact model from Dell Refurb on BF for $100 less with a code, with an I5 instead of an I7. I noticed they had a ton of them, in various configurations, because they are all coming off lease. Great computer; the outstanding touchscreen alone added $300 to its original price. I've played some generic Steam games on it fine.

The battery was original, and is close to depletion. It holds a charge for an hour to two, depending on usage. Replacement batteries are about $40.

From this site--it looks like their current coupon is for the 7200 (12 inch) series.

https://www.dellrefurbished.com/laptops
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