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Dell XPS 13 9380 13.3" 4K Laptop (i7-8565U, 512GB M.2 PCIe SSD, 16GB Ram, Touchscreen) $2159.20 Delivered @ Dell eBay


Decent deal on the 4K version of the XPS 13.

Processor: 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8565U Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.6 GHz 4 cores)
Display: 13.3" 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) InfinityEdge Touchscreen Display
Storage: 512GB PCIe SSD
Graphics: Onboard Intel UHD 620
Memory: 16GB LPDDR3 2133MHz
Networking: Killer 1435 802.11ac 2x2 Wi-Fi + Bluetooth v4.1
Ports: 2 x USB-C Ports, 1 x Thunderbolt 3.0 Port
OS: Windows 10 Home 64bit

20% off Dell (Maximum $1000 Discount) @ eBay Australia

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  • FYI, you can get these customised in the same fashion as you would on the official Dell website and they will create a custom listing for you to purchase.

    I did this last time the 20% coupon was available and got W10 Pro and the 3 year business warranty. The 20% coupon stacked with these changes.

    • I asked for this when buying the XPS 15 7590 and they told me I couldn't upgrade to Windows 10 Pro or include the fingerprint reader and on ebay it's sold as is… :/

      • Maybe it's luck of the draw then - the person who responded to my eBay messages was very accommodating. I actually felt a bit guilty because it probably soaked up a fair bit of their time organising it.

        But in my defence, I'd tried to see if Dell would price match directly with their own eBay store and no dice!

  • keen on the oled model when it comes out

  • +10 votes

    Why would anyone need 4k on a 13" screen?

    • It's for the people who buy "Dolby Atmos" soundbars.

    • On previous models, the 4k screen is also glossy, while the 1080p screen is matte.
      Personally, I prefer non-glossy screens, unless you like a mirror to see what's going on behind you.

      • With the 9370, the 1080p screen is also glossy.

        It's the 9360 and older that have matte screens.

    • I love it. It improves reading the text on any website.
      I have to wear reading glasses, so I consider this a way to help me in this.
      Also "movie and TV experiences" are nicer.

  • 4K on a 13", really?

  • Yea the screen should be bigger. I wouldn’t wanna get 13 inch.

    • 13 inchers have their uses. E.g: Ultra portable for taking everywhere when you already have a good desktop PC at home.

      But not many of those uses benefit from the extra $1500 spent on 4-core i7 and 4K screen here…

  • I purchased a Dell laptop from a previous deal:

    Does anyone have recommendations for a good dock so it's easier to use as a desktop replacement?

    There is the Dell WD15 dock using USB-C but quite a few of the reviews I read seem to say it's quite buggy.

  • Does anyone know how to get invoice in a business name for buying via ebay Dell Store?

  • this is tempting but the new XPS 13 2 in 1 with 16:10 screen comes out in the next 2-3 weeks, hmmm…

  • Bought this a few weeks ago for $1946 (frost white, 4k touch, 512/16) refurbished with 1yr dell warranty. I got it cheap because it's refurbished and has a tiny thin scratch underneath and no USB C adapter in box. Love the laptop except for a few things:
    1. The type C charging port could easily get damaged overtime so you need to be careful when plugging it in
    2. Battery life on "better performance" and 50% brightness with nightmode I'm getting approx. 8hours
    3. [solved] Night mode / daylight mode transition or flicker when scrolling through pages. Sorted this in BIOS by disabling dynamic backlight control
    4. [solved] Fans are a little noisy when laptop heats up. I use a aluminium laptop stand with a fan to keep it cool 😎
    5. I use touch a fair bit for excel/browsing and it is a little bit flimsy
    6. Aluminium body, yes rigid build but it's a premium laptop and the constant though of looking after it bugs me a little. I have a dell latitude for work and that takes more impact on granite table rather than the XPS. I feel like a I have to be more gentle with the XPS.
    7. fast scrolling in word and excel even on high performance seems speed limited. Like in Excel it glitches a little (like a bunny hop). Dunno maybe there's a setting to enable fast scroll?

    Apart from the above, it's a beast of a laptop and super happy with it. If battery dies, I'll replace it in 3year's time.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for the summary!

    • Doesn't night mode only improve battery life on OLED screens?

      • Yeah apparently night mode conserves battery on OLED screens but I use night mode on all my devices and work computer screens to reduce strain on eye. I've become so used to it that when I change to normal mode, it's almost as if it's burning my eyes 👀

  • Quite a good review here if you're interested.


  • 4K on a 13’’ with integrated graphics… sounds like a disaster , you wouldn’t be able to do anything in 4k

  • Bought one, thanks!