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warmail asked this question on 01-24-2023 at 10:14 AM
01-31-2023 at 07:36 AM
The return process is pretty easy, but they charge a restocking fee of15%.
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Yes, these are cheap, but they're also 3-4 years old. Figure batteries may not be in top condition. And CPUs are several generations old; fine for standard business work but don't expect these to be the best for gaming or video creation/editing.

Likely these are off-lease business laptops. Not TC'ing, just know what you're getting into.
How on earth is an $800 Macbook a relevant alternative to a $300 refurbished Windows laptop?

I also don't understand the 'outdated' concept. An 8th gen i7 will do literally any task that 99.9999999% of computer users do today and for the next 5 years. And 32GB of RAM is a ridiculous amount for even a brand-new laptop. What are people doing with their computers that the above isn't enough? My only concern with this refurbished machine would be battery life.
That's some sound logic right there. True words of wisdom.

Instead of buying a 2 year old used car for $12k you should instead buy a $36k new car because it's better.

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got a grade B for $279 after coupon. amazing price
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Is the SSD SATA or NVMe PCIe?
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Is the SSD SATA or NVMe PCIe?
Probably Sata? I'm reading the 8th gen intel chips were equipped with Sata SSD.
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SATA, not PCIe
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Yes, these are cheap, but they're also 3-4 years old. Figure batteries may not be in top condition. And CPUs are several generations old; fine for standard business work but don't expect these to be the best for gaming or video creation/editing.

Likely these are off-lease business laptops. Not TC'ing, just know what you're getting into.
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OOS don't see any with that price?
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I had a dell refurbished laptop that randomly froze.
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Upgradeable to Windows 11?
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Upgradeable to Windows 11?
Yes. I had one a few years ago. Gave it to an friend who needed an laptop. Works great for him honestly.
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Upgradeable to Windows 11?
Yes
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https://www.dellrefurbished.com/i...[]=32%20GB
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I bought one of these 2 weeks ago in on the last sale. A few points.

I bought a grade A refurb Latitude 7490 touch unit and was not impressed with the "refurbishment". Someone might have run a rag over it but that was about it. It was disappointing as the Dell Latitude 5300 refurb I got several months ago was perfect. Also, weirdly, the Intel i7 sticker was very misaligned so I removed it. There was more dust, debris, human hairs, and skin flakes embedded under the keys than I have ever seen. Every key was like a clown car of human hair. I'd think I had gotten them all out from under the keys then another would pop-up. It was disgusting. I called to rerun it but they have me a moderate discount for the hassle so I kept it and finished cleaning it. I used the little brush for cleaning my electric razor to get underneath the keys.

The unit works fine and is upgradeable to Win 11 after I upgraded the RAM memory to 16 gigs. The battery worked but was old and did not hold a charge for all that long so I bought a new one for $32 from Amazon. As a pleasant surprise, the back was easily removable to access the components so the battery swap and RAM upgrade was a smooth process. It's plenty speedy for almost any browsing and office use. General usability and build quality are much better than a cheapo new $250 - $300 unit with a cheap screen, creaky chassis, and mushy keyboard.
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