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Dell XPS 13 (9310) Laptop - 11th Gen i7, OLED 3.5K Touch Screen, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD $2,677.42 Delivered @ Dell

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*Hurry- deal ends in 4 hours !
Further 5% cashback with cashrewards brings it down to $2555.72.

Key Specs:
Processor
11th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-1185G7 Processor (12MB Cache, up to 4.8 GHz)
Operating System
Windows 10 Home English
Video Card
Intel® Iris Xe Graphics
Memory
32GB 4267MHz LPDDR4x Memory Onboard
Hard Drive
1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
LCD
13.4" OLED 3.5K (3456x2160) InfinityEdge Touch Anti-Reflective 400-Nit Display
Color Choice
Platinum Silver exterior, Black interior
Dell Services:Hardware Support
1Y Mail-in Pre-Paid Freight Service
Extended Service
1Y In-Home Hardware Service
Dell Services:Accidental Damage Services
None
Keyboard
Black Backlit Keyboard (US/International)
PalmRest
Black Carbon Fiber Composite Palmrest for 79 key (with Finger Print Reader)
Wireless
Killer Wi-fi 6 AX500-DBS (2x2) and Bluetooth 5.1
Power Supply
E5 45W Type-C Power Adapter
Adapter
Dell Adapter USB-C to USB-A 3.0
Primary Battery
4-Cell Battery, 52 Whr (Integrated)

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Comments

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    PRICE in title.

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      I mean… its there, just not formatted properly.

      OP, use $ infront of the amount.

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        Use THB

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        fixed.thanks.

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          Also, cashback is only calculated on ex GST price, so you’ll only get $121.7 back which makes final price, if cashback works, as $2555.72

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      OP doesn't know how to format posts even after 4 years of posting.

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        Maybe they didn't complete the Udemy "Intro to OzBargain formatting" course

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        To be fair, it's not the most intuitive place. I still have no idea how to do tables here…

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          It's really not hard to see that prices have a currency in front of the actual value in literally every post. They're even coloured differently.

          Not to mention the title guidelines linked under the title field on the new bargain page. Again, coloured differently.

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    Code in coupon code box

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      won't let me post separate deal due to another ongoing deal for this code.

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    Is this an Inspiron? I always loved the Latitude series but was bitterly disappointed with the build quality of my first XPS Inspiron. Keyboard and trackpad so spongey it was unusable.

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      Its… an XPS. Top of the line consumer laptop but I always thought they felt a bit weird. Too heavy for their size.

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      XPS inspiron? Its either an XPS or an inspiron, they are too different lines

  • +5 votes

    Not sure if price is AUD or DOGE

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      DOGE Coin! 🪙

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    Ships in 25–28 business days !

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    Oh man 4k OLED screen would look beautiful. I just wish they did a 15 inch refresh with it…

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      Why on earth would anyone put such a high res screen on a 13" defies me. All these do is DRAIN battery.

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        Photo or video editing, spreadsheets, coding.

        Need good eyesight though :-)

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        I have one and it does look good, the same way a high res phone screen looks good.

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    This is a fantastic price!

    I bought a similarly spec machine last sale (a few weeks ago) except with 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, and Windows 10 Pro for $2,765. When upgrading this offer to Windows 10 Pro for $100 it brings the price to $2,770. A whole $5 more than what I paid lol

  • +2 votes

    It's a big risk to purchase an XPS at this price with all their quality issues and only 1-year warranty. Dell is awful to deal with once the warranty runs out and they don't honour their obligations Australian Consumer Law.

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      You're not wrong.

      Bought a 15" XPS last year and it arrived with the infamous wobbly trackpad defect.

      Also, not sure if it's the same with the 13" models, but the wifi antennae are not housed within the lid of the 15", and thus the wifi speed will plummet when not used at the same elevation as your router. Having also experienced random network adapter disconnects within the first hour of use, which required a reboot to fix each time, I packed it up and sent it back.

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        Purchasing warranty is essential to me with any laptop manufacturer, because laptops do fail.

        I refunded an XPS 17 under warranty and got this instead. Trackpad is much better.

        Have not had WiFi problems myself on this machine so far. I have had them on the past with a number of different machines from different manufacturers and price ranges.

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          There would be no need if these companies actually followed the law. A laptop at this price should last 5 years and accordingly should be remedied under the statutory warranty in that period. Yet Dell will try to charge you for fixing it in 13 months.

  • +2 votes

    4 core cpu, pass.