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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1 (i7-10510U, GeForce MX250, 16GB RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD, 4k) Black Edition $1655 Delivered @ Dell

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Seems like the cheapest I've seen this model which comes with the pen and garage.

There's also 3.5% cash rewards too.

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    By "garage" you mean the built-in storage for the pen right? Or do you mean I have a new place to park my car?

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    Great specs but reading the reviews I think it has thermal issues which is why fan is always running loudly.

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      yeah that's why I'm a little hesitant but the problem is that nearly every model of laptop have people complaining about fan noises and thermals so not sure whether to take that feedback with a grain of salt or not.

      Wonder if they have a good "change mind" refund policy, I could check it out before committing.

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    I had 2 Dells with overheating issues.Some how these issues started out of warranty. Nnot touching Dell anymore.

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    Dell's thin laptops seem to almost always have thermal issues. They seemingly can't or won't adopt better thermal solutions. It's a huge problem also their fans tend to have a bad noise as well like the pitch is quite irritating.

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      which thin laptop would you recommend though - i feel like they all seem to have thermal issues reported

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        Yeah very true, peronally since the 8th gen intel u series cpus recieved more cores if I was looking for a thin and light laptop I would want the i5, w/ 16gb ram and 512gb ssd. The i7's are just a clock just that doesnt really make much real world difference. Problem being most 16gb/512gb ssd models are only available with the i7 and they also end up with 4k screens which is a waste. I did see dell have offered the xps 13 with i7, 16gb, 512ssd and a 1080p screen which is probably what I would get if their QC was better.

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      pretty much all thin i7 laptops have noise and heat issues.

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      Think pad x1 carbon - thin and haven't had thermal issues.

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    You are in Australia, expect overheating even from not too hot models. In Russia with the indoor standard of +18 degrees, it wouldn't be an issue, but not here. Considering reliability I would never buy a laptop for home use. For this price, you may get a desktop with a lot bigger display, performance, and durability.

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