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 45% off any Dell Laptop, plus free ground shipping.           40% off any Dell Desktop, plus free ground shipping. Coupon Code: SCHOOLDAY Expires Friday, August 19th 11:59 PM CST      Not valid on extended warranty purchase, while supplies last.          Shipping offer excludes AK & HI, excludes Dell Servers.

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Thanks OP, got a latitute e5420 i5 processor, 4GB RAM, 500 GB HD for $146.54 total!

Thanks OP, got a desktop for the office for $160.

Says coupon expired when trying to buy cheapest laptop at $180.

These computers are so old, what is the point? spend a little extra and get something worth using. Most of these processors are almost 5 years old! complete junk and a waste of money....

Dell is a sad case when they are taking advantage of the computer literate.

yeah @keaton85, i agree. however i was going to wipe them and install linux then lease them as dedicated servers to the computer literate.

keaton85 said:   These computers are so old, what is the point? spend a little extra and get something worth using. Most of these processors are almost 5 years old! complete junk and a waste of money....

Dell is a sad case when they are taking advantage of the computer literate.

Similar newer models would run hundreds of dollars more. A fully licensed i5 computer for $150 is still a good deal, especially for use cases where someone wants a basic web browser/desktop PC. You won't make money flipping these, but there are some decent deals in there to be had for someone who just wants a basic computer.

gludlow said:   
keaton85 said:   These computers are so old, what is the point? spend a little extra and get something worth using. Most of these processors are almost 5 years old! complete junk and a waste of money....

Dell is a sad case when they are taking advantage of the computer literate.

Similar newer models would run hundreds of dollars more. A fully licensed i5 computer for $150 is still a good deal, especially for use cases where someone wants a basic web browser/desktop PC. You won't make money flipping these, but there are some decent deals in there to be had for someone who just wants a basic computer.

  
Agreed. A $150 i5 laptop is more than adequate for Windows 7/8/10 for web, office apps, etc., and basically anything except games or maybe software dev, video or graphics work.

Especially if you can snag one with a 1600x900 display for that price-- if there are better offers elsewhere, I'd like to see them.

Also, try ebates for 2.5%... appears to work.

Thanks OP.

thanks, just picked up a E6420 for 148.44.

Got a laptop and a desktop. What a deal.
Thanks OP!

jimbaum said:   Got a laptop and a desktop. What a deal.
Thanks OP!

Someone telling code it not working.
is it working now?

I have been using a Dell E6520 for 3 years, and it was used when I got it. Dropped in a SSD, and 2 x 8GB sticks of ram. It has ran everything I have wanted except high end games. This 5 year old laptop is going strong, and I don't see it stopping any time soon.

Even that isn't an excuse though, I was able to spec 1920x1080 Dell laptops back in the late 1990s. (in 17", true) That is always the issue I have is that the laptop market has dragged behind resolutions forever and only started to make it more standard when Ultrabooks and Surface came out.

I personally think Intel should have required FHD for their Ultrabook minimum but the marketplace fixed that.

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Thanks OP and RaoMonger!  Just got an E6530 w/ i7 and 8 GB of memory for 320.  Awesome deal in my opinion.

Bought a desktop a few days ago also.  It arrived yesterday and it is in great condition.
 

These won't be eligible for win 10 upgrade. Correct ??

chaudha42014 said:   These won't be eligible for win 10 upgrade. Correct ??
  If they have a Windows 7 key or if they have Windows 8.x (key baked into BIOS/UEFI), scratch install is still a valid method.  Upgrade from inside of existing OS was technically gone as an option but some searching might find a way to that.  I'd do a scratch install from a Windows 10 install disc/USB to be safe.

I received mine today and ran the diagnostic on the Dell website- it has a bad hard drive. It should be covered by their 100 day limited warranty. I will call them on Monday. Since these are refurbished machines, I suggest everybody that buys one should run diagnostic software to see if there are any problems with the machine.



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