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Dell Refurbished Computers is offering 50% Off any Latitude E5430 Laptop with our exclusive FatWallet coupon code "FATWALLET5430". Shipping is free. 


For example, the Dell Latitude E5430 w/ 14.0" (1600 x 900) Screen, i5-3320M (2.60 GHz), 4GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Win 7 Pro is on sale for $329.00, now $164.50 after coupon. 

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Where is coupon code??

brmail said:   Where is coupon code??
  Sorry about that, it's been updated now. It isn't active yet, wont be till 9AM CST.

Coupon code "FATWALLET5430" is not valid.

I bought one of these used on eBay. Not good

TommyTuTone said:   Coupon code "FATWALLET5430" is not valid.
  Try it again, it should work now.

spencerlancer said:   I bought one of these used on eBay. Not good
  Why ?

pls what is not good about the product....

gce23 said:   pls what is not good about the product....
A shorter warranty
The battery might not last
B Stock means scuffs and scratches
3 to 5 year old technology
Smaller hard drive
 

That makes sense. But given those limitations, is it $165 not good? [serious question, not sarcasm]

=aw

$172 from Newegg :
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834295848

There are a variety of similar spec. refurbished laptops on Newegg for under $150.

example: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA5WM4FM4731

However many of the models on Newegg are from 3rd party vendors I'm not familiar with so I don't know the dependability of their refurbs vs Dell company refurb.

blueribb said:   
gce23 said:   pls what is not good about the product....
A shorter warranty
The battery might not last
B Stock means scuffs and scratches
3 to 5 year old technology
Smaller hard drive

 ok, in all seriousness... I do a lot of couponing and coupons are usually limited to 2 per pc. 
I'd been using a couple of Optiplexes with XPP but can no longer print from them. 
So far a Latitude D620 w/XPP is still working but thinking I should upgrade to W7 at least.
So, if I print at home (battery life not an issue), don't care about appearance and 3-5 years old is better than my Optiplexes manufactured in 2000, is this worth getting or is there something better/cheaper for my limited use? 

ottawa said:   That makes sense. But given those limitations, is it $165 not good? [serious question, not sarcasm]

=aw

  I know Black Friday is over but there are still good laptop deals if you know what to look for. There has been a few AMD deals (A6 & A10) and an Intel i3 deal too. These are brand new machines with longer warranties and more storage too. These new machines will set you back around $30 to $100 more though.

my4mainecoons said:   
blueribb said:   
gce23 said:   pls what is not good about the product....
A shorter warranty
The battery might not last
B Stock means scuffs and scratches
3 to 5 year old technology
Smaller hard drive

 ok, in all seriousness... I do a lot of couponing and coupons are usually limited to 2 per pc. 
I'd been using a couple of Optiplexes with XPP but can no longer print from them. 
So far a Latitude D620 w/XPP is still working but thinking I should upgrade to W7 at least.
So, if I print at home (battery life not an issue), don't care about appearance and 3-5 years old is better than my Optiplexes manufactured in 2000, is this worth getting or is there something better/cheaper for my limited use? 

  
If your usage is to print out coupons from the internet then virtually any functioning computer should handle that.    

Here's a $107  refurb Dell at Newegg that would be more than powerful enough: 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834298174&...

If all you're doing is printing coupons mutliple times then a tablet and WifI printer may be all you need.

How does this laptop work?

Personally, I like design of of older Latitude much better then newer Lenovo.
Touchpad , buttons, 1600x900 no glare screen, easy to open and upgrade.

Drop in SSD and extra memory stick and will have nice laptop.



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