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Dell Latitude 7390 Laptop: i7-8650U, 13.3" 1080p, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD EXPIRED

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Dell Small Business has select Dell Latitude 7390 13.3" Laptop on sale for $599 listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Note: Recommended warranty service and accidental damage service upgrades are also available for all the options below at great savings. 5-Year Warranty Service for ~$42. 5-Year Accidental Damage for ~$39. Price will vary slightly depending on configuration.

Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-8650U 1.9 GHz Quad-Core (8-Thread) Processor 
  • 13.3" 1920x1080 Display
  • 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 Memory
  • 256GB M.2 SATA Solid State Drive
  • 802.11ac (2x2) WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Pro
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 3.1
    • 1x USB Type-C
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
    • 4-Cell 60Whr Battery
  • 3-Year Warranty
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  • Offer valid through 2/28/20 while supplies.
  • See the forum thread for additional configuration suggestions. -oceanlake

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select optional Thunderbolt 3 under graphics card. You can uncheck sleeve in some cases to save $7

upgrade to 5 year on site for $42 more seems like a no doubter, same for other, higher end support services

other available models for little more with extras. dont forget to uncheck trials and other stuff way at the bottom.


below other configs available. all are pretty similar, but some have slightly cheaper upgrades or downgrades, so check it out.
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I hate the Dell Latitude series.

I bought one in 2011. My goodness. IT SIMPLY WON'T BREAK.
After 9 years of use, somethings gotta give, but no. Other than the battery,
everything works perfectly. I can't sell it as there's no value.
It's getting ridiculous.
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Make sure that the free 3 year support is selected and consider getting more/better support package, it's pretty cheap to upgrade. We deployed these a year or two ago and had a bunch that had power issues with charging/non-charging issues that required full logic board replacements (probably more than the cost of this right now without warranty).

The ProSupport/Plus gives you better techs to call/chat with and they move along your case to local dispatch a lot quicker. It looks like the ProSupport Plus gives you accidental damage on top as well for the same price so that looks like that one I would personally pick.

Edit: Just to add I think the 3 year battery warranty for $4.36 is a really good deal as well. Remove the carrying case and you've already made that up. The markup for a 1TB nVME for $121 isn't horribly off from doing it yourself, maybe $20. Touch screen is only $20 more as well, so if that's your thing that's a cheap upgrade.

There is only one RAM slot and I only see an 8GB option so you'd need to replace it with a max 16GB stick yourself.
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For sure you can get a 10th gen intel CPU at this price point, but if you value build quality and warranty support, the Dell Latitude is many times better in build quality and durability than your average consumer laptops.
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Make sure that the free 3 year support is selected and consider getting more/better support package, it's pretty cheap to upgrade. We deployed these a year or two ago and had a bunch that had power issues with charging/non-charging issues that required full logic board replacements (probably more than the cost of this right now without warranty).

The ProSupport/Plus gives you better techs to call/chat with and they move along your case to local dispatch a lot quicker. It looks like the ProSupport Plus gives you accidental damage on top as well for the same price so that looks like that one I would personally pick.

Edit: Just to add I think the 3 year battery warranty for $4.36 is a really good deal as well. Remove the carrying case and you've already made that up. The markup for a 1TB nVME for $121 isn't horribly off from doing it yourself, maybe $20. Touch screen is only $20 more as well, so if that's your thing that's a cheap upgrade.

There is only one RAM slot and I only see an 8GB option so you'd need to replace it with a max 16GB stick yourself.
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There isn't much reason to get an 8th gen at this price point when you can get 10th gen at the same price point
For sure you can get a 10th gen intel CPU at this price point, but if you value build quality and warranty support, the Dell Latitude is many times better in build quality and durability than your average consumer laptops.
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There isn't much reason to get an 8th gen at this price point when you can get 10th gen at the same price point
If specs are all you care about when searching for a laptop then you must enjoy replacing laptops every year or 2.
Because a consumer laptop with a 10th gen i5/i7 for $500 is surely not going to last you very long before it breaks
Not to mention it probably has a worse display, worse battery life, etc
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I'm looking for a solid i7 laptop with a Thunderbolt 3 port, with a view to doing an external graphics card setup sometime soon. An i7 with a full Thunderbolt 3 port starting at $600 is a great deal.

But I'm confused... Any idea what "1 DisplayPort over USB Type C™ with optional Thunderbolt™ 3" means?

This model is listed on here [thunderbolttechnology.net], but not specifically here [ultrabookreview.com], though perhaps the 13.3 Latitude 7000 listed represents the whole series.
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There isn't much reason to get an 8th gen at this price point when you can get 10th gen at the same price point
Show me a 10th gen laptop with Win10 Pro + 3 yr for $500
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I'm looking for a solid i7 laptop with a Thunderbolt 3 port, with a view to doing an external graphics card setup sometime soon. An i7 with a full Thunderbolt 3 port starting at $600 is a great deal.

But I'm confused... Any idea what "1 DisplayPort over USB Type C™ with optional Thunderbolt™ 3" means?

This model is listed on here [thunderbolttechnology.net], but not specifically here [ultrabookreview.com], though perhaps the 13.3 Latitude 7000 listed represents the whole series.
Dell offers both (in this deal's 7390) DisplayPort over USB-C *or* Thunderbolt 3.
I just customized it -- although you can "upgrade" from DP over USB-C to TB3 for *free*, you have to change the "palmrest" from DP->TB3 for an extra $20, and change the LCD to aluminum for an extra $10 as well
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Dell offers both (in this deal's 7390) DisplayPort over USB-C *or* Thunderbolt 3.
I just customized it -- although you can "upgrade" from DP over USB-C to TB3 for *free*, you have to change the "palmrest" from DP->TB3 for an extra $20, and change the LCD to aluminum for an extra $10 as well
Ya, I've been fiddling with it, but it looks like I can't choose that option for the i7 model. You having better luck?
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Ya, I've been fiddling with it, but it looks like I can't choose that option for the i7 model. You having better luck?

that's why I included all those urls. dell is sometimes weird and some maybe little cheaper or better for different config breakdowns. I wonder if these were build for a client that cancelled, hence they can't be changed, while others are flexible...
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I hate the Dell Latitude series.

I bought one in 2011. My goodness. IT SIMPLY WON'T BREAK.
After 9 years of use, somethings gotta give, but no. Other than the battery,
everything works perfectly. I can't sell it as there's no value.
It's getting ridiculous.
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Ya, I've been fiddling with it, but it looks like I can't choose that option for the i7 model. You having better luck?
Ah yes, I only did it with the i5 model. Personally I feel that there is very minimal difference between the 2 models -- they're both 8th gen 4C/8T, with the i7 having a slight speed boost. Other modelsl like 9th gen or 10th gen might be more significant, with i5 -> i7 having maybe 6C/12T or something similar.
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I'm looking for a solid i7 laptop with a Thunderbolt 3 port, with a view to doing an external graphics card setup sometime soon. An i7 with a full Thunderbolt 3 port starting at $600 is a great deal.

But I'm confused... Any idea what "1 DisplayPort over USB Type C™ with optional Thunderbolt™ 3" means?

This model is listed on here [thunderbolttechnology.net], but not specifically here [ultrabookreview.com], though perhaps the 13.3 Latitude 7000 listed represents the whole series.
there are three options for the palmrest one is thunderbolt and IR cam and another is type c w/ displayport and ir cam

Edit: I7 option doesn't let you choose thunderbolt palmrest because of processor graphics card which requires displayport over type c
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