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[Refurb] Dell Latitude 13 5300 2-in-1 3yr Warranty $1059 Delivered ($1900 RRP) @ Dell Outlet


a serviceable, reliable business 2-in-1 from Dell with great battery life and active pen support



detailed specs:


note: you have to choose 3yr warranty that is NOT next business day warranty to get this price. with NBD warranty price is $1219

Latitude 5300 2-in-1 is a great little laptop, built together much better than any other 2-in-1 in this price range.

  • 1.4 kg sturdy build
  • gorilla glass coated screen
  • 13.3" FullHD IPS 255nit 72% NTSC
  • supports active pen
  • i5-8365U (4C/8T up to 4.1GHz)
  • 8 GB DDR4 2666
  • 256 GB NVMe SSD
  • Intel 9650 AC 2x2 Wi-Fi with BT
  • 42 Wh battery
  • Thunderbolt port
  • comfy backlit keyboard
  • Windows 10 Pro

have fun!

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  • This or the Latitude 7400?

    • this if you prefer 2-in-1
      if conventional design is preferable, 7400 rules. also 7400 has LTE

      subjectively, I ptefer the road warrior look and feel of class 5000 (including this 5300) in last 2 latitude generations over class 7000 aesthetics

    • I was thinking about that as well. I have 7400 but looking for upgrade, but one requirement was to better reuse the docking I have with the Latitude 7 series. This one doesnt have the connector for those dock…… :(

      But this one definitely have a better CPU and mobility than 7400.

      • you mean the dock connector on the bottom? Those were banished from existence 3 generations ago I think

    • depends on your use case - i've had a 2-in-1 for work for a few years now - i only use it to draw 2 circles and a curved rectangle on my colleagues computers - it used to look jagged with a mouse - being able to draw it on screen is pretty neat.

  • webpage says $1219 now

  • Used both 7400 and 5300 series.
    5300 series batt life is much shorter, 1-2hours
    7400 series batt life is 4-8hours

    I don’t use the pen function much, so the batt sacrifice doesn’t make any sense for me.

    The need to find a spot to plug in and charge the 5300, is not ideal for a laptop. 5300 makes a lot more heat and gets quite loud at times.

    I’m sure that there are a few comparison videos out there to help you make an informed decision.

    • hmmm odd that the reviews say otherwise, that 5300 has a long battery life

      I did use one briefly and I didn't experience short battery life

  • The price shows as $1529