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Dell XPS 13 Non-Touch Intel® Core™ i7-7500U $999. Reg. $1,299 || $1,081.48 out the door || Free Shipping

Posted 02-14-2017 by tomraynv at 08:58 AM
http://deals.dell.com/mpp/productdetail/7h8

If you sign up with Dell Advantage, you get $49 for a future order.
Also, select free expedited shipping, but you have to click on it twice. There's a glitch where the system will charge you shipping if you don't click on it.

Only 15% inventory left. I'm in for 3, but my cc only shows 2 charges, so maybe one got blocked.

Processor: 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-7500U (4MB Cache, up to 3.5 GHz)
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64-bit English
Memoryi: 8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz
Display: 13.3 inch FHD AG (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display
Primary Battery: 60WHr Integrated Battery
Video Cardi: Intel® HD Graphics
Audio and Speakers: Stereo speakers professionally tuned with Waves MaxxAudio®
1W x 2 = 2W total
Hard Drive: 256GB PCIe Solid State Drive

Total Savings: approx. 443.92 with cashback like be frugal or any other, and dell advantage credit & free shipping

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Thoughts? Do you guys think this is a good deal?
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Thoughts? Do you guys think this is a good deal?
I wouldn't buy $1,000 laptop with Intel graphics
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I wouldn't buy $1,000 laptop with Intel graphics
thunderbolt...3.....

you don't need a dedicated onboard graphics card anymore.
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thunderbolt...3.....

you don't need a dedicated onboard graphics card anymore.
I ENTIRELY disagree.

YOU don't need one. Anything 13" or greater at this price point needs to have a dedicated card or more features to be slick.

This may be warm, but not slick. My two cents
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Seems like the typical price for the non touch 1080p model with 256 GB SSD. Waiting for deal on one with touch myself
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Quote from somejoshdude View Post :
I ENTIRELY disagree.

YOU don't need one. Anything 13" or greater at this price point needs to have a dedicated card or more features to be slick.

This may be warm, but not slick. My two cents
I agree the deal is warm but not slick, however I question what you need dedicated onboard discrete graphics for on a 13" 256gb ultrabook while being out and about. Code development is processor intensive (and is better with a larger screen), you'd want a large screen for video/media editing so you'll be docked with TB3 dedicated gfx...so that leaves gaming...which the only portable gamers I really know of are gaming between classes at University. And since college kids are usually poor, they're typically not buying the XPS...a high end ultrabook. They would rather look cool and go into debt in order to buy a Macbook anyway Wink haha.

My point is, I think you're going to see a huge declination of integrated discrete gfx in computers over the next couple years and on.
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Why does people always think gaming when it comes to laptops and NUC. If you want to game go get a desktop or a 10lb laptop.

Back to topic. This is a steal at this price with those specs. Don't listen to those gamer trolls. Wish they include 16GB memory instead. The memory is solder in i believe.
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I wouldn't buy $1,000 laptop with Intel graphics
The XPS 13 is revered as one of the top of the line ultrabooks in its class aimed at people who appreciate quality in all aspects of a computer.

Look up a few others - HP Spectre, Samsung Series 9, Acer S7. Top of the line products that manufacturers try to create premium, thin portable machines while maintaining a balance between performance, heat, and battery life.

This laptop is clearly not for you. The pricing is reasonable.
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It's expired. I just they only had six of them or something.
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It's expired. I just they only had six of them or something.
they are running the same deal next Monday morning
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they are running the same deal next Monday morning
I just noticed that. The standard deal on the i5 model with the same specs is $929.99. It's honestly not worth the money to spend extra on a i7 model with the thermal throttling issues the XPS 13 experiences.
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wish the non-touch had a 16gb mem option
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I just noticed that. The standard deal on the i5 model with the same specs is $929.99. It's honestly not worth the money to spend extra on a i7 model with the thermal throttling issues the XPS 13 experiences.
The i5 was $1100 I thought, before current 10% discount. Also, the throttling had to do with last year's i7 with Iris GPU. The overall power limited the cpu and gpu to about half speed each, with inadequate cooling. Still the graphics were better, just not up to the potential. The 7th generation i7 has consistently been tested at 10-15% faster than the i5, and there is no iris variant yet. So for the same cost, I picked up the i7.
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The i5 was $1100 I thought, before current 10% discount. Also, the throttling had to do with last year's i7 with Iris GPU. The overall power limited the cpu and gpu to about half speed each, with inadequate cooling. Still the graphics were better, just not up to the potential. The 7th generation i7 has consistently been tested at 10-15% faster than the i5, and there is no iris variant yet. So for the same cost, I picked up the i7.
Nice. Let us know what you think of it.
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