expired Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Laptop Intel Pentium N3710 4GB RAM 128GB SSD Win10 $299.20 Delivered @ Dell eBay

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Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Laptop Intel Pentium N3710 4GB RAM 128GB SSD Win10 $299.20 Delivered @ Dell eBayAffiliate
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One of Ozbargainer's favourite laptop is back in this amazingly low price!

Only white is currently available with 1 year limited hardware warranty included.

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    Standard price. Pity these models still are yet to have a 1080p display would make them all the more appealing.

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    Would you recommend this?
    https://m.ebay.com.au/itm/Lenovo-Ideapad-110-15ACL-15-6-HD-A...
    Seems pretty cheap especially when after discount it comes to $207.20. It's refurbished and it's not got a good screen nor battery life but 8gbs of ram and a better cpu then the dell. Any thoughts?

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      It depends on the form factor. Are you happy lugging around a 15.6" laptop in an enormous satchel/backpack? The Dell is tiny by comparison.

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        I guess so.

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        I'm looking for a laptop just to use at home, with a good size screen. I just want to get rid of my desktop, so portability isn't an issue. This seems like a pretty good deal for me, but I'm not so good on hardware issues. Is it able to take a separate mouse/keyboard so I could use the ones I like until I get up to speed on the laptop?

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          Well I only mention size because of carrying a laptop on public transport.

          Any standard laptop will let you use an external keyboard and mouse. But as I was just using a computer at home at a desk, several years ago I bought an Intel NUC. I share the keyboard/mouse/external screen(s) between my NUC and laptop via a $10 USB2/VGA KVM-switch.

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          Thanks for this.

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    I wonder how much increase in sales Dells got thanks to OzBargain?

    They really should consider renaming this laptop after OzBargain.

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    4GB is just too small for today's OS and software, IMO.

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    Finally. After years and years of taking Ozbargainer's money they have reduced it by $20. I bought this netbook for my mom. She is quite happy with it. She uses it for browsing and watching videos. The screen is nothing special but being able to change the RAM to 8GB is certainly appealing. The additional 4GB ram costs about 75$ if I remember correctly.

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    Hi guys. Just wanted to say that I bought this exact model 12 months ago. I usually read a lot before buying stuff and make sure that I am making the best choice. People usually say this is a good model for the price.

    I should say that I regret buying it, and I am very disappointed. The laptop is slow. Even browsing with more than 5 tabs or using Word is slow… Since the beginning, it seems that the laptop is always doing something in the background, and that significant resources are there. I believe the problem is more memory than processing speed.

    Although it was slow since the beginning, I initially installed my usual antivirus software but after some time I decided to use the laptop without any antivirus. When I bought it, I was hoping to be able to have an antivirus and work with Microsoft Office and browse. I actually replaced my previous Chromebook Toshiba 2 but sometimes I think browsing with the chromebook was better than using this Dell.

    I expected more from the battery as well. The display is not great but that's fine for my use.

    Not sure about the options available for the same price as I haven't been checking laptops recently, but I cannot recommend this model.

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      Thanks. I decided to keep looking for deals on chromebook instead. Sick of windows updates. And memory hogs

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        I bought my Toshiba 2 Chromebook from Amazon (US). After 13 months, the battery died. Toshiba couldn't do anything about that in Australia. I told Amazon what had happened and they gave me a full refund. I spent AUD 60 to send the Chromebook back to Amazon. Then, I bought the Dell. I think it is probably good for the price but I'm sick of Windows updates every time I open the computer. I've been using my partner's macbook for a while and decided to buy one myself. Did it three days ago, delivery in the next days. That's my first Apple product.
        If you don't want Windows, depending on your budget and requirements, consider a macbook air from the US. You can find a refurbished one for less than 500 USD. A lot more than 300 AUD but something I'd consider if you want something more stable.
        I could sell my Dell if you wanna keep Windows… Haha… 😊

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          exactly. constant updates and slow (unless you have like 8GB RAM and dedicated GPU).
          for the toshiba, so you basically out of pocket $60? they didnt reimbursed? hmm i heard amazon will, or they will say dont bother to return because expensive shipping, here is your full refund case close.

          people said you can upgrade the dells' RAM. and maybe get rid of all DELL junks. ie reformat reinstall windows.
          nah, going to mac, never happen to me, ever and never.

          hmm but i need small laptop. lets talk in private :D

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          ah you are in melb. probably not - just waste $ in shipping

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          @dragonindespair: Toshiba should have done something different. They didn't give a sh*t because I bought from Amazon US. After more than a year, I found it amazing that Amazon accepted it back and gave me a full refund; I didn't insist on free shipping.
          I thought I'd never buy anything from Apple in my life. Thanks to irritating Windows, I did it.
          I will send you a PM.