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Dell XPS 13 (9310) 13.4" UHD+ Touch Display, Intel Core i7-1185G7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD $2250 (Was $2999) Shipped @ Amazon AU

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Seems nice configurations at good price.

13.4" UHD+ (3840 x 2400) InfinityEdge Touch Anti-Reflective 500-Nit Display
11th Generation Intel Core i7-1185G7 Processor (12MB Cache,4.8 GHz)
Intel Iris Xe Graphics with shared graphics memory
512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
16GB, 4267MHz LPDDR4x Memory Onboard
Killer Wi-Fi 6 AX500-DBS (2x2) and
Bluetooth 5

Same laptop at JB selling at $2999
https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/dell-xps-13-13-4-ultra-hd...

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  • +17

    Paid just under $2k for the more expensive 2-in-1 (i7-1165 instead of i7-1185) recently via dell ebay store, so this seems expensive.

    Just FYI - the UHD display is absolutely overkill on a 13" laptop. I've got it on permanent 200% zoom in windows. Not unhappy with the purchase, but if you go for the FHD instead of UHD, I suspect you wouldn't be disappointed or indeed probably notice at all, and you'd get better battery life. Most reviewers seem to say the same.

    • +4

      I have an older model (9380) with the 4K display and I like having it scaled. I like the screen be sharp. I dont think anyone could use it at 4k.

      Primarily use mine at home so the battery life hasnt been a big deal.

      worth reminding people that all mac laptops use high res screens scaled so they also look nice and sharp.

      • +2

        Yeah text especially is noticeably clearer on hidpi displays. Its nice as a luxury feature, like high refresh rates on phones, and tbh if I was spending over $2k on a laptop I think I would require it

    • Isn't the 9310 model a 2-in-1?
      If not, what's the 2-in-1 model number? I'm interested in it.

      Thanks!

      • Both the 2021 models of the Dell XPS 13 have the model number 9130. One is called the Dell XPS 13 9310, the other is the Dell XPS 13 9310 2-in-1.

        • Thanks for clarifying! I almost purchased it thinking that it'd be a 2-in-1 as I never thought DELL would be so stupid to release 2 fundamentally different devices with the same code, but alas…

    • Hi mate, I am looking for laptop for work purpose as I am Software Enginner, Can you please advise which one I should for this, I am looking for Dell i7, 16 GB RAM DDR4, 500GB SSD.

      Would be great if you can recommend me the laptop I should go for this.

      Many thanks for your help.
      Cheers

  • +7

    Or just get M1 MacBook Air for a bit less and use Parallels if you must use Windows

    • *ARM edition only

    • +1

      It seems better value then alot of windows based machines at moment

  • M1 MacBook is da wah

  • This or yoga 9i? (same specs as this & Seen it for the same price.)

  • This was under 2K two weeks ago on Dell Ebay

  • +1

    I bought this and returned it since it used to get hot quickly and kept blowing hot air on my lap. All this, when all I was doing was browsing the web. The position of cooling fan is terrible.
    I then decided to buy my first macbook ever M1 macbook air and couldn't be happier. Amazing battery life. Keeps cool despite having no cooling fan.

  • Just ordered a new genuine battery for my 2015 version - old girls got some life yet - keeps on truckin'.

  • i've heard the i7 gets quite hot on this model. might be worth considering i5

  • +1

    I was just randomly browsing laptops and clicked on this just to read the comments.

    I noticed the deal is now back up?

    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08P3QFYJK?th=1

    Only 4 left in stock