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Dell XPS 13 9360 Laptop 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8250U 8GB RAM 256GB SSD 13.3” FHD $1299 Delivered @ Dell eBay

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PMUM20

Pretty decent price for the Dell XPS 9360, not the best ever but still quite good.
Original PMUM20 20% off Selected Seller on eBay Deal Post

From seller description:
PROCESSOR
8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.4 GHz)

OPERATING SYSTEM
Windows 10 Home 64bit English

MICROSOFT OFFICE
Microsoft Office 30 Day Trial

MEMORY
8GB

KEYBOARD
Backlit Keyboard (US/International) with Finger Print Reader

HARD DRIVE
256GB PCIe Solid State Drive

VIDEO CARD
Intel® UHD Graphics

WIRELESS
Killer 1535 802.11ac 2x2 and Bluetooth

DRIVER
Killer 1535 Driver

DISPLAY
13.3'' FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display, Silver machined aluminum

WARRANTY
1Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis

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    • +4

      *could have

            • +1

              @wittyusername: Better performance and more reliable connection as you have 3 streams instead of 2.

              So your transfer speed is limited

              Refer to article
              https://www.securedgenetworks.com/blog/which-wireless-access...

              A 3x3 MIMO device with 3 antennas and radios is capable of transmitting and receiving via three streams. All these streams afford the device more bandwidth capacity when downloading and uploading data to and from the wireless network.

  • Great product

  • +1

    Any chance this goes lower during EOFY? Tempted but this 20% off deal has been on ebay for like a month.

  • Recommend also getting the anti-theft backpack.

  • This is a good ultrabook. For the same price can get 9370 from Dell Outlet, so keep that in mind.
    The screen is a bit underwhelming for XPS line, otherwise a great machine.

    • This would be for a refurbished model mate?

      • +1

        yes, refurbished, but I always buy from Dell outlet, they look and feel like new, and backed by exactly the same warranty. never had a bad one, mate!

        • Good to hear man. I've been looking to buy an XPS for a few months now, just can't decide between 9360 or 9370, touch screen or not.. Or wait for EOFY deals if there is one?

          • +1

            @Kooosh: I would say wait for eofy. there may be a good deal coming up, on outlet, too (I would expect 20% off on XPS)

  • I had an older model but with the touchscreen.
    It is a beautiful machine and I loved the flexibility of having touchscreen

  • Hope the buyer not to face the swollen battery as mine

    • Dell technician stopped by and commented: a lot of XPS suffer from swollen battery because people use laptops plugged into mains all the time. xps was born to run free, don't keep it connected to mains and it will be happy.

      • +1

        So is it designed to be run battery and recharge and again and again?
        Thanks for the information. Reckon never buy that again.

        • it's just that not many people do that, I almost never use my laptop plugged in to mains, and battery needs to discharge and recharge to keep healthy.

          • @DisabledUser213022: It does make sense.
            But how to disable the use of battery in its BIOS? Didn't find that option.

            • @BlkForest: if you get Dell Power Manager app, it has an option in it, actually a lot of flexible options about making sure battery stays healthy. for example you can stop charging the battery when it is 90% charged and let it discharge till 50%, all when plugged in. try it and see if there's anything that works for you.

              • @DisabledUser213022: I have been using the Dell Power Manager almost once I started using this laptop, and configured it as 98% stop charging and let discharging till 50%.
                But the battery seems still unhealthy
                Anyway, many thanks mate

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