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REFURBISHED Dell Latitude E5470 Laptop (i5-6200U/4GB RAM/128GB SSD/14" HD) - $550 Delivered @ Dell Outlet

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Hi Everyone,

I've recently purchased one of these laptops for general Word Processing, Email and Browsing use.
At $550 it's pretty cheap for Dell's Business line of laptops.

Model: Latitude E5470 6th Generation
CPU: Intel Core i5-6200U (Dual Core, 2.3GHz, 3MB cache)
RAM: 4GB (1x4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory
SSD: 128GB Value Solid State Drive M.2 2280 SATA3
OS: Windows 7 Professional, English, 64bit
ODD: No Optical Drive
WiFi: Intel Dual Band Wireless 8260 (802.11ac) W/ Bluetooth
GPU: Integrated HD Graphics
PSU: 65 Watt AC Adaptor
Battery: Primary 4-cell 62W/HR Battery
KB: Internal US English Qwerty Non-backlit Keyboard
Display: 15 35.6cm (14.0") HD (1366x768) Non-Touch Anti-Glare LCD with Camera and Mic
Condition: No OS Media Included. Unit has minor cosmetic wear.
Warranty: 1 Year

A similarly speced New Latitude appears to be in excess of $2000, but this is an older model so direct comparisons aren't really possible.

The DFO website reports 50 are available, but this number hasn't been decremented since my purchase, so I don't think it's live.

Cheers
Nic

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  • +2

    768p means losing

  • +1

    I'm surprised at this end of the market the resolution is so low - HD (1366x768) Non-Touch Anti-Glare LCD.

    • if its a giant batch order then they want the lowest price and many older folks would complain that a 14" 1,080p screen means the 'fonts are too small'…

      if they are used in the office then they would attach a large 22" plus screen anyway

      • Yep, 1080p at this size would mean that text is quite small.
        In business environments Latitues can often spend a great deal of their life on docks attached to larger monitors.

  • +1

    We have a bunch of the Latitude 14 7000 E7470 laptops at work and most of them are 768p resolution. We hook them up to 24" 1080p Dell ultrasharp monitors with a docking station.

  • -1

    4gb ram, some e-cpu? "value" ssd

    wtf does it mean?

    • There's no reference to an e-cpu so I'm not sure what you mean there.

      The Value SSD likely means it's probably something like Liteon SATA SSD instead of a Samsung or some other fancy brand PCIe SSD.

  • No USB Type-C

  • [oops, wrong model]

  • It seems they update the website Monday morning (or when they get around to it) AFAIK its only open (web chat) business hours Monday to Friday, you might find it all disappears Monday for a bit and the next batch up.
    Some weeks the prices are great, most others it's worth comparing to new stock, one bonus shopping here thou, you get a NBD on site warranty. I bought an inspiron 13 thru this site, generally good service, reasonable delivery time too…

    Happy to buy again thou DFO…

    • +1

      Happy to buy again thou DFO…

      Verily!

    • one bonus shopping here thou, you get a NBD on site warranty.

      Interesting you say that, last year I got a friend an as new Latitude E7450 through there and it had a 3 year ProSupport Tech Support warranty on it despite the listing saying one year.

      Not that she complained when I told her, mind.

      • That's interesting, so they might carry over the business standard warranties.
        Wonder if this happens to the optiplex range (desktop)

        Thanks…

        • It might vary, refurbs might get the 1 year warranty.

          Never hurts to check though, you can run the service tag through here and see if you do buy.

  • Refreshed this morning, still 50, refreshed again now, 0. lol ozbargained. My rep hasnt got back to me on my reservation of 6, pretty sure I wont get any, oh well no biggy

  • It's up again

  • Got my 6.

  • Spoke to them, please note that the laptop has only one HDD slot, another drive cannot be added to this, so if you want to add a bigger HDD which you would considering this is only 128 GB SSD, you'll need to remove the original hard drive, then re install the OS.

    They have confirmed that the laptop doesn't have a dvd drive, so installing an OS isn't going to be easy, moreover you don't get the OS disks with the laptop. so only buy this if you don't plan to increase the hard drive and are going to be happy with the existing 128GB.

  • -1

    Not that great of a deal considering these are refurbished laptops,, here's a better offer for not much more from MSY

    http://www.msy.com.au/Parts/notebook.pdf

    ===========================

    This is Brand new for $598
    Ultralight F555YI-XO084T CPU: AMD Quad-Core A4-7210 1.80GHz (Turbo 2.2GHz)
    OS: Windows 10 Home 64bit
    RAM: 4GB RAM
    HDD: 1TB SATA
    Graphic: Radeon R5 M320 Graphics
    2GB Dedicated VGA
    Screen: 15.6” LED Screen 1yr Warranty * Spks,MicNumeric Keypad DVD Writer
    *Card Reader
    WebcamUSB3.0HDMI*1.9kg

    ===========================
    Or
    $629
    CPU: Intel 6th Gen. Core i5-6200U 2.3GHz(Turbo 2.8GHz)
    OS: Windows 10 64bit
    RAM: 4GB RAM
    HDD: 500GB SATA
    Graphic: Intel HD Graphics
    Integrated VGA
    Screen: 15.6” LED Screen
    1yr Warranty *DVD WriterSpk,Mic,HD Webcam
    WiFi-AC *Bluetooth *Card Reader *1.96kgHDMI *USB3.0

    • +1

      Absolutely, I think the difference here is the Latitudes are Dell's business line of laptops, and are generally more robust and serviceable.

    • +1

      plus low ram and mechanical drives arent so good

      • -1

        plus low ram

        Same 4GB ram in this machine..

    • These are 15.6" desktop replacements without SSDs. Not really comparable to 14" portables with SSDs.

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