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Dell Outlet 14% off XPS laptops - Dell XPS 13 9380 $457, XPS 13 7930 $590, 4K versions as low as $735

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Dell Outlet is offering an additional 14% off basically any Dell XPS model. I think the promotion is misleading and seems more limited than it is but I haven't found an XPS the code doesn't work on. This can also be paired with a slightly above average CB offer.

There are models of all configurations which of course affects the price but I grabbed an XPS 13 7390 - 10th gen i7 16GB with 512GB M.2 and 4K screen for $1109, tax included pre-CB. I admit I haven't been following too closely but that seemed like a good price for 4K. Same specs with FHD was $999 after tax.

IMPORTANT NOTE ON UPGRADES: RAM is soldered on and cannot be upgraded in the XPS 13 7390's so buy as much as you need/want up front. The HDD can be upgraded but it's an unusual size so they are more expensive. I'm not sure how this applies to the 9380's but I would guess it's similar. 15 inch models are still fully aftermarket upgradeable, which will usually save you hundreds if you want 32GB RAM or 1TB SSD.

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TBH Not a really bad deal, but that soldered RAM is a pretty big sore spot. I'd much rather save up for additional RAM later than pay for it upfront, but that's just me
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TBH Not a really bad deal, but that soldered RAM is a pretty big sore spot. I'd much rather save up for additional RAM later than pay for it upfront, but that's just me
Not just you. The ability to add RAM later is key. The lack of that option is a deal breaker.
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Thanks OP. I got an XPS 13 - 7390 with a 10th gen i7, 6 core, 16 gb of ram, 256 gb SSD, Windows 10 pro for $891.82 + tax. I went for the non 4k display for better battery life.
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Thanks OP. I got an XPS 13 - 7390 with a 10th gen i7, 6 core, 16 gb of ram, 256 gb SSD, Windows 10 pro for $891.82 + tax. I went for the non 4k display for better battery life.
Can you link this configuration?
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Can you link this configuration?
Unfortunately it looks like that one may be gone. This is similar but only 8gb of ram for $833 after coupon. https://m.dell.com/h5/m/r/outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnlineSales/Online/SecondaryInventorySearch.aspx?c=us&cs=22&l=en&s=dfh&sign=PXhcOSHtr1T4IOw%2fPR7UdQCQxtmkiEtDhdPGKPHVKFmaTJiso6GSGE3EQ97aUkP111Yv798cX0RXR0nOXFd03zdMlSi7I%2bSGCqIDcRCehDC0EZeVXl3GmC5SEWtL1hRHWy1iWmrER5LUT7X5O2MZQYMkHDjyxx2BkuuPUQTfb7t%2bxNuZsb4VLfKpcl2w8mph
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Not just you. The ability to add RAM later is key. The lack of that option is a deal breaker.
Oh believe me, I truly hate the ram thing. But in the end I was after a super thin, decently powerful, "stylish" laptop and I just wasn't able to find that with expandability at that size. It was always a trade off of between thin and expansion and this time I chose thin. Also, surprisingly I didn't think Dell was gauging TOO much with the 16GB models, which is plenty to keep this laptop fresh until I replace it. At just over $1000 after CB it was worth the sacrifice, imo.

I also already have an XPS 15 maxed out at 32GB for more "real" work. When I'm doing some serious, multiple IDE development on the couch I like that guy. This one is more for surfing the web, content management, server administration, light coding, etc. And it's small enough it will fit in the arm rest compartment of my couch can be powered from the freaking built in 45W USB. Furniture and technology are finally coming together.
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Pretty nuts that 16gb is still considered an upgrade. I'm typing this on a Spectre x360 that I got back in 2016 that came with 16gb of ram and was around $1100 way back then.
Because 16gb of RAM is overkill for 90+% of users.
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TBH Not a really bad deal, but that soldered RAM is a pretty big sore spot. I'd much rather save up for additional RAM later than pay for it upfront, but that's just me
None of these thin&light have upgradable RAM it's just not possible

also these only have two usb-C for I\O

the HP x360 has usbA , so does Lenovo c940

however this 7390 2 in1 has a 16:10 display which is better for productivity. it is also the best performing out of all the (true)10th gen i7 models as far as CPU performance is concerned.
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Can you link this configuration?
Just be aware that is not true 10th gen processor it has Intel UHD graphics as opposed to the quad core i7 (ice lake, i7-1065G7) which has the greatly improved Iris plus graphics
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Thanks OP. I got an XPS 13 - 7390 with a 10th gen i7, 6 core, 16 gb of ram, 256 gb SSD, Windows 10 pro for $891.82 + tax. I went for the non 4k display for better battery life.
Please see my above post if graphics performance is important for you
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Not just you. The ability to add RAM later is key. The lack of that option is a deal breaker.
Boo hoo. Gotta learn to make concessions with thin and lights.
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