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Dell XPS 13 9360 Laptop $1424 @ Dell

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Was searching up a laptop deal for a friend when I came across this.

Dell XPS 13 (9360 - Silver)
$1,899.00>>> $1,424.00
8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.4 GHz)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz
256GB PCIe Solid State Drive
13.3” FHD AG (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display, Silver machined aluminum
Non Touch

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    The AUAFFILIATES12%OFF coupon seems do not work on the model that you give

    This is a valid coupon code, but there are no matching items currently in your cart.

    • +1 vote

      Sorry for that….5% code updated

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        I appreciate your afford, but it doesn't work.

        Once I apply AUAFFILIATESALIENXPS coupon code, the price jumps from $1,424 to $1,804.06, i.e. I can get the 25% off Dell offered or 5% off with the coupon code.

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    This is a valid coupon code, but there are no matching items currently in your cart.

    I get the same message.

  • +1 vote

    If you don't use the code, it's $1424.

    If you use the code, it's $1804.06.

  • +4 votes

    Non Touch.
    XPS 13 (9360 - Silver)
    $1,899.00>>> $1,424.00
    8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.4 GHz)
    Windows 10 Home 64bit English
    8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz
    256GB PCIe Solid State Drive
    13.3” FHD AG (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display, Silver machined aluminum

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    Unfortunately, had to return a 9360 purchase last week, because the Killer wifi on the laptop killed my wifi. Well known issue, apparently, per webs. Beautiful laptop otherwise, requested Dell to replace wifi card with an Intel, however, request was refused, had no option but to return.

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      Haha so it worked as intended? /s

      Thanks for letting me know. My girlfriend and I just purchased the 2-in-1 a few days ago. Will look out for this problem. Expecting to receive it today.

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      Killer wifi on the laptop killed my wifi

      A good pun, live up to its name. 😂

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    I am deciding whether I should buy this or the Zenbook Flip 14 (UX461UA). Pretty much the same internal specs (8th gen i5, 8GB RAM, 256 SSD, though XPS is PCIE vs SATA). But the Zenbook has no thunderbolt 3 (not a deal breaker for me), has touch, and is $138 cheaper. This XPS is so highly praised and if I didn't know about the Zenbook, i would've gotten this straight away. Is the $138 premium worth it for this XPS, or should I just save a couple of bucks?

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      I've owned the zenbook as well as a 9360, initially I purchased the zenbook but had to return it as it had a faulty motherboard, I opted to take a refund rather than exchange as it was DOA. I purchased the Dell laptop shortly after and it was a great decision. The size difference were significant, aswell as the feel of the laptop, the zenbook, whilst metal, felt a bit flimsy. After a minor issue with the XPS shutting down randomly during off charge use, which was fixed with a bios update. It hasn't missed a beat and I take it everywhere. It is even capable of light gaming (minecraft, league of legends etc). Can't speak highly enough of the XPS 9360.

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    https://www.jbhifi.com.au/computers-tablets/tablets/lenovo/l... is a better deal in my opinion. Has touch and has 360 degree flip and comes with active pen. The 9360 I returned before I bought this complained about the thunderbolt on it not being enough. when I hooked it up to a eGPU, but not this Yoga 720. Steam VR flat out would not see my MR headset on the 9360, but has worked flawlessly on the Lenovo 720 since last 6 months. I know there are posts on the webs saying the 720 has only two lanes thunderbolt, however I see 4 lanes PCI-E on the 720 in HWMonitor. Still not sure about the 4 lanes, however, the absence of warning when connecting the eGPU, HWmonitor reporting a 4x interface on the MB, and seeing 4x on the eGPU node in HWMonitor is enough to convince me it is 4 lanes

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