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DELL XPS 13 i5 / 8g / 256gb for $899 + 10% Cash Back

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Product link: http://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/pr...l=en&s=dhs

Not sure if this is front page worthy, but if you search for XPS13 through dell, they have a $100 instant discount on XPS 13 i5 with 8g ram and 256ssd. Plus 10% off and 10% cash back. You CANNOT configure the model.

Starting price $ 1100
- $ 100 discount (automatically added)
- 10% discount (coupon code : tenoff)
- 10% cash back (3rd party site)

total = $ 810 before

my total after tax was 978.74 and expecting $97 CB. making is under $900.

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Standard deal on that model. You can save an extra $20 if you sign up for the Dell Member program.
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What would be the price without the deal?
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no deal without touchscreen
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Touchscreen=no deal
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WOW on the battery life "claims"

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Stay powered longer: Depending on how you use your laptop, your battery life will vary. When you are using productivity applications, like Word or Excel, experience the longest battery life of any 13-inchi with up to 22 hoursi of continual use on a FHD model. Enjoy up to 13 hours of battery life when streaming Netflixi content or browsing the web with Microsoft Edgei. Add an additional 11 hours, 30 minutes with the optional Dell Power Companion.
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still not worth
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no deal without touchscreen
Touchscreen = QHD. From what I read the reviews, it seems the battery lasts much shorter in real life (~6 hours?). With this size of screen, FHD is probably good enough and the battery will easily last over 10 hours. Though you sacrifice the touch feature and QHD!!!
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WOW on the battery life "claims"
With screen brightness turned down and strong wifi signal, I've gotten a little over 9hrs of uptime on mine. Not 13hrs, but still not bad. Love how lightweight it is too. If you want the battery to last, get the 1080p non-touchscreen. Higher rez and the touch really suck the juice out of the lappy.
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what would be a good competitor with similar dimensions and performance?
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what would be a good competitor with similar dimensions and performance?
Hard to beat the build of the XPS. Pretty much sets the standard. The narrow screen bezel makes the 13" the size of a 11". Although I have heard good things about the Asus Zenbook series.
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what would be a good competitor with similar dimensions and performance?
HP Spectre x360 13
http://store.hp.com/us/en/Configu...quantity=1
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Currently have the UX305CA model of the Zenbook from 2015. Battery life is approx. 6 hours, though I'm running on a 4k Touchscreen on it. I'm thinking of getting this XPS13 non-touch at 1080p. The 4k isn't too much of a difference in my opinion on laptops, really just a gimmick unless you're watching movies or something. As well 4K makes some program really small in size since the resolution is so big, and the battery life isn't that great. I rarely use touchscreen as well so I'm REALLY thinking of hopping ship to the DELLXPS13.. anyone with the xps13 got anything to say?
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I might switch over to this from my Zenbook with a 4K touch display. The battery on it is ~6 hours, as a student that's not enough for me.. Anyone know if this is a good deal if I'm looking for a laptop with good battery life for light programming?
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Damn, I wish I had waited. I bought a refurb'ed model (same except for 128gb SSD) for $710.10 after eBay bucks; no sales tax though.

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HP Spectre x360 13
http://store.hp.com/us/en/Configu...quantity=1
I would also take a look at the new Lenovo Thinkpad x1 Carbon (2017). It improved a lot over last year's model. Narrower bezels, 2x USB 3.0 ports, 2x Thunderbolt 3 Type-C ports, Windows Hello camera and a Microsoft precision touchpad.
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