Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 M-5Y10c upto 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb 13.3″ FHD UK Keyboard Win 10Pro 1Yr RTB WTY - £275.94 @ MCS Technology - HotUKDeals
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Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 M-5Y10c upto 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb 13.3″ FHD UK Keyboard Win 10Pro 1Yr RTB WTY - £275.94 @ MCS Technology

£275.94 @ MCS Technology
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#2
Good price
#3
Decent price for a full HD laptpop. But is it really a laptop, or a tablet with a detachable keyboard?
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3guesses
Decent price for a full HD laptpop. But is it really a laptop, or a tablet with a detachable keyboard?
I think if you want a laptop, buy a laptop, this would be too much of a compramise. If you want a tablet but a proper keyboard/windows would be useful sometimes, this is perfect.
#5
tattertatter
3guesses
Decent price for a full HD laptpop. But is it really a laptop, or a tablet with a detachable keyboard?
I think if you want a laptop, buy a laptop, this would be too much of a compramise. If you want a tablet but a proper keyboard/windows would be useful sometimes, this is perfect.

I am minded to agree.
#6
Does this has a Wacom Stylus compatible screen?
#7
Refurbished
Hot, full HD, usb3, ssd, finger print reader. Presumably there's an on screen keyboard if it's detached. Probably thicker than the same size laptop. If it doesn't come with a pen, then personally I'd get a decent one.


Edited By: jasee on May 10, 2017 16:35: update
1 Like #8
Lilmonkey
Does this has a Wacom Stylus compatible screen?


see if you can buy the stylus and see what features it has... my one has a wacom type stylus ( it's dell branded so can't tell you the exact tech) proper stylus cost around 20-40 quid depending on the tech inside, mine was around 40 quid but worth it.
#9
Price has gone down! £220 (+VAT) now! :)
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Opethian
Price has gone down! £220 (+VAT) now! :)
£220 + VAT and shipping = £275.94
#11
Is this comparable to the Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UA 13.3" that went hot a while ago?
2 Likes #12
Is this a refurb? No mention in the OP but the web link suggests it might be?

Edited By: pw26228 on May 10, 2017 19:14: update
#13
pw26228
Is this a refurb? No mention in the OP but the web link suggests it might be?
It is refurb, it got taken out the title to fit the merchant in I think.
#14
sam_m
Is this comparable to the Asus Zenbook Flip UX360UA 13.3" that went hot a while ago?

No it is inferior compared to that model by a long way. Whilst this isn't too bad a price, it is still quite a bit more than the Asus t300chi that was available from Very a year ago which had the same spec. I find detachable laptops, tablets or whatever they are really frustrating. I will never buy another one no matter how cheap they go. After owning two detachables I have now found that 2 in 1's with 360 degree hinges are much superior. I now have the Asus TP300 flip running an i7 which suits my need perfect and I can have the screen at any angle I want unlike most detachables and the tent position is useful for watching videos.
#15
3guesses
Decent price for a full HD laptpop. But is it really a laptop, or a tablet with a detachable keyboard?

It's not really a tablet either, it's quite an odd machine as the tablet part has almost no ports - only a charger port and a headphone port, no USB ports nor a card reader which combined with the size limits its use as a tablet. As a laptop it's not well balanced so it tips back very easily and the hinge doesn't go that far back either.

That said, I actually really like the machine - I got a high spec one cheap off the outlet which I bought out of curiosity, I really like the keyboard, there's no heat on the underside (unlike a lot of ultrabooks these days), there's no fans/vents and the screen is decent, I like 1080p since you can use it without scaling. While it's not great in its tablet form, it's still handy for showing pictures or videos and use it as a photoframe at work using a Dell dock.

John

Edited By: Johnmcl7 on May 10, 2017 21:38
#16
I have the ASus t300chi version of this , seems to be almost the same except smaller screen.(12.5) I never use it in tablet mode, I have it plugged into mains all the time,
I find the CPU a tad underpowered, and I would prefer Win7 over w10 but no vents or fans, so noise free...
I got a pen with mine but Fuknows what I'm supposed to do with it ...windows ink? wassat?

Edited By: GwanGy on May 10, 2017 22:42
#17
GwanGy
I have the ASus t300chi version of this , seems to be almost the same except smaller screen.(12.5) I never use it in tablet mode, I have it plugged into mains all the time,
I find the CPU a tad underpowered, and I would prefer Win7 over w10 but no vents or fans, so noise free...
I got a pen with mine but Fuknows what I'm supposed to do with it ...windows ink? wassat?

I was the same with mine. It was never ever a tablet in the 8 months that I had mine. Detachables seem pointless to me in windows 10. It changes format which is a nice touch but personally I don't see the point of them. They possibly did it to try and steer people away from multiple devices but didn't work for me. The t300chi was a very nice build but I felt that at some point I would break either the hinge mechanism or the screen so I sold it. A quality piece of kit for what I paid from Very and got more for it than I paid which was sweet.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on May 10, 2017 23:13
#18
I have the T100 Chi and do use it in tablet mode and think it's great but it's 10" so this at 13" might be too heavy for practical use as a tablet? The reviews look good for the model with decent battery life and it's a lot more powerful than the T100 so tempted to upgrade.
#19
I agree, 10" is about right for tablet size.
#20
What condition will this (or other laptops from the same place) be in?
#21
I purchased a dell refurbished tablet from them. well packaged in all aspects, seemed new. zero complaints.
#22
I've got the M-5Y71c processor version with 8Gb of Ram. Very quick machines. Bargain.

Also bought this spec of machine from MCS and it got stuck on a Windows 10 install (was Win 8.1). Return and replacement was quick and no hassle.


Edited By: rascalchops on May 11, 2017 12:59
#23
would happily buy from them again and recommend them to family.
#24
1.66kg though.....bit heavy for a 13" device.
#25
Smartguy1
I agree, 10" is about right for tablet size.

They also have the Dell Venue 7140 in stock, it's basically the same machine as this with a 10.8 inch screen and more ports and card reader on the screen portion of the device. I recently picked up one myself (although not from MCS).
#26
OOS
#27
thier stock come in frequently.. check it.on a daily basis,also can email them to ask when they are.next getting your particular item back in stock.
#28
I would go (in future) for a larger screen 35cms and a better processor, but the lite weight is great, the macsbooks look good, but they are apple, and +++bux .
Asus arent bad, they commiserated bigly with me online, when the keyboard wouldn't pair (wot a POS that pairing process is, badly explained and badly implemented, keyboard was almost going to be attached to piece of wood and used as hi-tec cricket bat)
#29
polarbaba
thier stock come in frequently.. check it.on a daily basis,also can email them to ask when they are.next getting your particular item back in stock.

Just checked and it looks to be back in stock.
#30
Asus arent bad, they commiserated bigly with me online, when the keyboard wouldn't pair (wot a POS that pairing process is, badly explained and badly implemented, keyboard was almost going to be attached to piece of wood and used as hi-tec cricket bat)[/quote]

Ha, the asus bluetooth keyboard. A real pain when re-installing windows as it needs the driver to run it. I had a few problems with my t300chi. Straight out of the box mine wouldn't pair and on the two further times I re-installed windows it wouldn't pair either. I found the best solution was to re-install the driver and go to add a device in settings and then press the power button on the keyboard so windows could find it. Never had a problem with it automatically switching the keyboard on after turning it off and back on again. I didn't like the chi. It was my second detachable and I won't be buying another at any price. It's each to their own obviously but for me and basic surfing android tablets are so much faster to start up and with a simple OS they are very user friendly. I find 360 degree hinge laptop gives better options as it's not only has a laptop function, tablet too, which to me is pretty pointless in windows, but with the added feature of having the screen at any angle.


Edited By: Smartguy1 on May 19, 2017 21:30

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