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Dell - Inspiron 13.3" - 7000 2-in-1 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 512GB SSD + 32GB Optane - Black $899.99

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Dell - Inspiron 13.3" 7000 2-in-1 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 512GB SSD + 32GB Optane - Black

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  • Windows 10 operating system
  • 13.3" touch screen
  • 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-10510U mobile processor
  • 16GB system memory for intense multitasking and gaming
  • Solid State Drive (PCI-e)
  • 360° flip-and-fold design
  • Intel® UHD Graphics
  • Weighs 3.2 lbs. and measures 0.6" thin
  • HDMI output expands your viewing options
  • Thunderbolt port for connecting advanced monitors and external drives
  • Built-in media reader for simple photo transfer
  • Wireless/Wired connectivity (WiFi 6 - 802.11 ax)
  • Built-in HD webcam with array microphone
  • RGB backlit keyboard
  • Built-in fingerprint reader
  • 512GB Solid State Drive accelerated by 32GB Intel® Optane™
  • Intuitive pen use
  • Built-in active pen storage
  • Immersive Dell Cinema
  • Seamless Dell Mobile Connect
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What on earth use is a 4K screen on a 13.3" laptop? Great pixel density, sure, but it would just obliterate battery life, and windows would run itself at like a 200%+ magnification all the time so you could read text.

Unless you're basically using this thing as nothing other than a portable movie player, whats the point? Who would pick pointless extra pixel density over battery life?
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This version has Thunderbolt 3 as well.
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Open box excellent for $675 seems pretty good
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Reviews claim it averages 2 hours battery life, would running it at a lower resolution help?

Edit: in for an open box satisfactory condition @ $539.99
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What on earth use is a 4K screen on a 13.3" laptop? Great pixel density, sure, but it would just obliterate battery life, and windows would run itself at like a 200%+ magnification all the time so you could read text.

Unless you're basically using this thing as nothing other than a portable movie player, whats the point? Who would pick pointless extra pixel density over battery life?
This is why I don't understand why apple moved to that with their laptops. It's like theyre intentionally trying to make them into phones where the batteries die and can't hold a charge after 2 years.
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This is why I don't understand why apple moved to that with their laptops. It's like theyre intentionally trying to make them into phones where the batteries die and can't hold a charge after 2 years.
Not sure about this model, but on most Dell laptops replacing battery is diy if you can follow instructions/ YouTube videos
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Not sure about this model, but on most Dell laptops replacing battery is diy if you can follow instructions/ YouTube videos
That's usually their latitudes I believe.

I loved the 3000 series latitudes. It was the perfect laptop. 3 mouse buttons, a nipple, and easily replaceable everything. Keyboard was a switch and unlocked it. Battery was the same. Drive bay was 4 screws away. Plus it was like 5/4 monitor. Imo this wide trend is so annoying cause lots of stuff just ends up with a shitload of x-blank space and jam packed y space
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What on earth use is a 4K screen on a 13.3" laptop? Great pixel density, sure, but it would just obliterate battery life, and windows would run itself at like a 200%+ magnification all the time so you could read text.

Unless you're basically using this thing as nothing other than a portable movie player, whats the point? Who would pick pointless extra pixel density over battery life?
A good argument to not upgrade phones as well.
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What on earth use is a 4K screen on a 13.3" laptop? Great pixel density, sure, but it would just obliterate battery life, and windows would run itself at like a 200%+ magnification all the time so you could read text.

Unless you're basically using this thing as nothing other than a portable movie player, whats the point? Who would pick pointless extra pixel density over battery life?
You can always change the resolution to 1080P and change it back if watching a movie or when plugged in
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What on earth use is a 4K screen on a 13.3" laptop? Great pixel density, sure, but it would just obliterate battery life, and windows would run itself at like a 200%+ magnification all the time so you could read text.

Unless you're basically using this thing as nothing other than a portable movie player, whats the point? Who would pick pointless extra pixel density over battery life?
Had a HP envy 13.3 with 4k. Windows scaling was absolutely atrocious. Kept it through college but sold it once I finished.
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I have a 2019 4K Dell 13" XPS laptop. Battery life is horrible with the 4K screen and Even if you switch the resolution it's terrible battery life. I get probably about 4 to 4.5 hours(not gaming, just office work) for something that should be getting close to 7-9 hours with the FHD resolution model.
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i might bite on this.

would love to see a Ryzen version with 1080p display, but open box for $675 (excellent condition) doesn't seem too bad.
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i might bite on this.

would love to see a Ryzen version with 1080p display, but open box for $675 (excellent condition) doesn't seem too bad.
Dell Outlet has it for $630 Smilie
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Reviews claim it averages 2 hours battery life, would running it at a lower resolution help?

Edit: in for an open box satisfactory condition @ $539.99
You can mimic lower resolution through windows settings, but resolution is permanent. No matter what, you will always be using a 4k display.
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