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There's also another ten percent back available from another site.
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I see price starting $1484! Are these machines better than Mac m1 base model- Build quality and performance wise ?
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I see price starting $1484! Are these machines better than Mac m1 base model- Build quality and performance wise ?
Inventory shows machines starting at $737. Are you sorting high to low maybe?
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One of the best deals I found:
XPS13 - 9310 with 16GB RAM, i5-1135G7 CPU, 512GB SSD, 1920x1200 non-touch display, Windows Home 64 bit, Certified refurbished $837 after coupon code, additional 10% off with well-known siteSmilie
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One of the best deals I found:
XPS13 - 9310 with 16GB RAM, i5-1135G7 CPU, 512GB SSD, 1920x1200 non-touch display, Windows Home 64 bit, Certified refurbished $837 after coupon code, additional 10% off with well-known siteSmilie
I'm watching for something along those lines.

Anyone have an opinion on the i5 vs. the i7 in these? Worth the extra $$ for i7?
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I'm watching for something along those lines.

Anyone have an opinion on the i5 vs. the i7 in these? Worth the extra $$ for i7?
According to CPU Benchmarks [cpubenchmark.net] the difference between the i5-1135G7 and the i7-1165G7 in CPU Mark is 9905 vs 10459. For the single thread ratings it's 2740 vs 2888. Both are 4-core processors with the i7 having a slightly higher clock frequency of 2.8GHz vs. 2.4GHz. Bottom line: you won't feel the difference.

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I was one of the first to adopt the XPS 13, a week or two after its introduction five years ago. I still think it has value, but for a basic user it is very hard to justify it against the basic M1 MBAir. Probably if you can find a 16GB RAM one for around $800 - that's a good deal. The 8GB is too low for productivity - and this applies to MS and OSX - it doesn't matter how your OS uses the RAM, once you load an application that needs 10-12GB like huge Excel file, or a database, the laptop barely works.
So, for target $800 you may get one of these XPS13, or the M1 MBAir. Apple's will hold battery charge a lot longer, and the base screen is better, but you greatly sacrifice the storage size and reliability. Apple's SSDs are soldered, and there are already some talk that SSDs is excessively worn off due to patching with predicted life around 2 years...That was a problem with previous MBooks, just not that visible or widely commented.
Long story short - if you manage to get a 13" XPS for $800 with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD - it's a worth deal, otherwise not.
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I was one of the first to adopt the XPS 13, a week or two after its introduction five years ago. I still think it has value, but for a basic user it is very hard to justify it against the basic M1 MBAir. Probably if you can find a 16GB RAM one for around $800 - that's a good deal. The 8GB is too low for productivity - and this applies to MS and OSX - it doesn't matter how your OS uses the RAM, once you load an application that needs 10-12GB like huge Excel file, or a database, the laptop barely works.
So, for target $800 you may get one of these XPS13, or the M1 MBAir. Apple's will hold battery charge a lot longer, and the base screen is better, but you greatly sacrifice the storage size and reliability. Apple's SSDs are soldered, and there are already some talk that SSDs is excessively worn off due to patching with predicted life around 2 years...That was a problem with previous MBooks, just not that visible or widely commented.
Long story short - if you manage to get a 13" XPS for $800 with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD - it's a worth deal, otherwise not.
As someone who has to deal with this in multiple ways, Macs are not for everyone. If you ever need to do anything specific outside of basic office work with them, prepare for your life to be more difficult. As a college professor in technology I have seen Macs make college classes downright difficult for some students as the market share leads to less overall compatibility. You can get things to work, but not everyone has the aptitude to constantly have to get over such hurdles. Gaming is another thing, and the Iris XE graphics in the newest XPS 13 make it a decent low-res gaming machine on AAA titles which is pretty awesome.

I'd also like to add that comparing 8GB of RAM in a PC from 5 years ago to one that started to be offered within the last 6 months is not apples to apples. I have bought 2 XPS 13's as gifts and they are still rocking it today with no problems related to 8GB of ram. Personally would get 16 due to what I do.
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Remember the $100 Amex credit won't work on outlet purchases. I got a new 16gb XPS 13 with i7 for $879. The Amex $100 will come off of that. Seemed like a solid deal for $779. https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/7lm5
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Remember the $100 Amex credit won't work on outlet purchases. I got a new 16gb XPS 13 with i7 for $879. The Amex $100 will come off of that. Seemed like a solid deal for $779. https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/7lm5
As a note, that model has the 10th gen Intel, the 11th gen Intel has vastly superior integrated graphics.
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be ware of dell xps battery swelling issues
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How Dell xps systems are better in comparison to Lenovo Ideapad 5. Especially with Costco deal: https://www.costco.com/lenovo-ide...92250.html

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How Dell xps systems are better in comparison to Lenovo Ideapad 5. Especially with Costco deal: https://www.costco.com/lenovo-ide...92250.html

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The XPS 13 is about 1 lb lighter and it is a 14" screen instead of 15.6" so it's form factor is smaller. XPS line is built of better materials, kind of like a Toyota vs a Lexus.
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