Awesome discounts, I just wish they sold All-in-One units... this division of Dell has NONE!
I have a 20% off coupon for Dell Outlet, but I am looking to beat that... anyone?
posted: Jul. 2, 2013 @ 11:14a
Nothing super exciting. Looks like 1st gen I5 type laptops for around $300-$400. Plus the shorter warranty period doesn't do much for me.
posted: Jul. 2, 2013 @ 2:13p
wizardking said: Nothing super exciting. Looks like 1st gen I5 type laptops for around $300-$400. Plus the shorter warranty period doesn't do much for me.
I think, with the discount, some of these are reasonably good deals for a buyer looking for a business-grade laptop. As an example, a Latitude 4310 with an i5-520M processor, 2GB of RAM, a 250GB HDD and Windows 7 is $260 after the discount. For the price of a netbook you're getting a much higher quality machine: aluminum body, DVDRW drive, faster and more robust hard drive, better processor, good battery life, excellent keyboard, etc.
The trade-off is that you don't get the latest tech and you get a shorter warranty.
I just bought a T400 Webcam 14" screen 2.53 gig cpu 160 hdd 4 gb ram Windows 7 home premium 1 year warranty for 264 with tax and shipping
posted: Jul. 2, 2013 @ 4:16p
I bought the Dell Latitude E4310 4GB RAM, Intel i5 2.66GHz with 256GB HD for $309 after tax and shipping. I don't know of any 256GB hard drives so I'm crossing my fingers and hoping it's actually an SSD which would make this a pretty nice deal. I got a Samsung SSD on my last Dell outlet purchase as well even though it said "HD" on the description.
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posted: Jul. 2, 2013 @ 5:20p
got several precision laptops for $225 incl tax/unit avg. perfect for startups on a budget. hehe
posted: Jul. 2, 2013 @ 5:59p
love these sales but so many categories are emtpy. have my whole office outfitted with the deals and they are beasts and with the 40% off they are great workstations.
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