expired Dell New Inspiron 13 7380 FHD IPS i7-8565U / 16GB / 512GB SSD / Fingerprint Scanner $1299 Delivered @ Dell eBay

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Dell New Inspiron 13 7380 FHD IPS i7-8565U / 16GB / 512GB SSD / Fingerprint Scanner $1279.20 $1299 Delivered @ Dell eBay (Note maximum discount for the coupon is capped at $300)


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  • +1 vote

    Is this a good laptop just for personal and work use?

    • +14 votes

      Define work usage. MS office ? Yes.

      But I'd get the XPS 13 at same price albeit lower spec, but for better build quality / much longer battery life / smaller / lighter / sleeker / higher quality display screen.

      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Dell-XPS-13-9360-Laptop-8th-Gen-...

      Note as mentioned, i reiterate this deal has much better spec / powerful than the XPS 13, but you gain more from other aspects.

      • +6 votes

        The XPS 13 is definitely a nicer device, but the Inspiron 7000 series are actually pretty solidly built too. I've checked out this laptop and it's got an aluminium outer shell that feels pretty solid.

        Sure, it isn't as small as the XPS 13, nor does it have the thin bezels and whiz-bang features, but you lose out on basically every spec in going with the XPS 13.

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        Dam that xps is tempting me.

  • +1 vote

    fk specs are even better than my $2k X1 tablet (8565U is much better than 8650u)

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    Which one is better, this laptop or latitude 7390 recently posted

    • +5 votes

      I had the same question in reference to https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/446231

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      The latitude 100%. It's an enterprise grade laptop compared to this inspiron which is consumer grade.

    • +1 vote

      Agree with the comments above. The Latitude is definitely built like a tank and made to last. The Inspiron 7000 is consumer grade, but definitely good. I've had a feel of it and it's a mostly aluminium construction that feels pretty nice. Not plasticky and cheap.

      I'd say go with the Latitude if you're doing more office tasks, e.g. documents, spreadsheets, emails…etc or if you're going to be travelling with it a lot. The Inspiron will be better if you need the performance and don't mind the fact that you'll probably need to put it in a sleeve and baby it a bit more.

    • +1 vote

      be warned - this one is from dell and comes with the bells and whistles of a DELL warranty - the other one comes with a supplier (return to base in QLD) 12 month warranty…

    • +1 vote

      Latitude:

      • Touch screen
      • Cheaper
      • Ethernet port

      Inspiron:

      • 2X Larger SSD
      • 2X More RAM
      • Faster CPU
      • Bluetooth 5
      • Dell official warranty

      It comes down to whether you want the touch screen + save money or you prefer the 2X RAM, SSD and proper warranty (CPU is ~15% faster).

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    I got a Dell Inspiron i7 about 2 years ago for same price or cheaper. I3 is borderline junk.

  • +1 vote

    How would this perform for occasional use home video editing? Would it handle 4k editing, for example?

    Thanks

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      For what it's worth, the i7-8565U is the best CPU in this class of notebook that you can get right now. This is the good news. The bad news is that it doesn't have a dedicated GPU, so if you rely on CUDA or OpenCL, it won't be very good. That said, Premiere Pro has improved support for QuickSync these days and the performance is actually really impressive on these smaller devices which have Intel graphics. In general though, I'd recommend something with dedicated graphics, e.g. a gaming notebook around this price. Won't be as nice and portable, but you'll get the power.

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        What about little editing of GoPro videos, they (I think) are he can format?
        Older Mac air can’t play them without stuttering (Android tv plays the files fine though)

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    Good laptop for general use eg. Microsoft Excel and watching movies?

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    Bite the bullet and bought one for the kid.
    Thanks

  • +6 votes

    Thought I’d mention I have this exact laptop from my employer.

    Coming from using an XPS 15 for 5 years I can say this laptop is just as good for corporate work and office work. Powers on within seconds, finger print to sign in, extremely fast CPU and battery life generally 6 hours a day (if I’m working on servers or my own PC and not watching YouTube).

    Make is solid. Fast performance. Lightweight.

    Recommended for Everything outside of gaming/video!

    Paid $1699 couple months ago so this is a bargain

    Best of luck

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    Can you upgrade it to touch screen ?

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    Buy this if you want a non gaming laptop.

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    https://www.dell.com/en-au/outlet/ProductDescription?cfID=14...

    or just add $60 and get a refurbished XPS.
    Bigger battery. Better screen Better build. 1 year on site warranty.

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    i had fan issues. Sent one back got a replacement and same issues. The fan is so dam loud even just browsing Chrome.

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    Any suggestions for a dell gaming laptop ?

  • +2 votes

    Better alternative >>> https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Ideapad-S530-13-Notebook-Intel-C...
    $20 cheaper, lighter (Lenovo 1.25kg vs Dell 1.33kg), better graphic card (NVIDIA GeForce MX150 2GB vs uhd 620 on dell) and similar spec.

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    Can it Run Qubes OS?
    It's not listed on their tested hardware list, but anyone here tried?

    Thanks!

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    There appears to be 2 in as-new condition on the Dell Outlet site which are slightly cheaper at $1,159. Although I am not sure if these have a fingerprint reader.
    https://www.dell.com/en-au/outlet/ProductDescription?CID=331...
    Why the original price is so much different ($1,289 on Dell Outlet vs $2,299 on ebay) I have no idea!

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      Thank you ifonlyiwasyounger and Dell. The one I bought in 'as-new' condition for $1,159 arrived today in the original Dell sealed packaging. And, yes, it has a fingerprint reader.

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    I was looking for looking for a new laptop for casual media consumption and document processing, but heavier Internet browsing (YouTube and multiple Chrome tabs). Found this post and just pulled the trigger using the eBay offer code.

    Such an amazing deal for a 16/512 RAM/storage machine on i7 8565u!

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    Lenovo's current pricing is crazy.

    I hope Lenovo at least offers their Basic Thinkpad E Series at this price point for identical specifications.

    Stuck with Lenovo as I am hooked to the Thinkpad keyboards for a very very long time.

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