Cyber Monday Dell XPS 13 9360 - Gen8 i5-8250U, 8Gb RAM & 256GB SSD for £919
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Cyber Monday Dell XPS 13 9360 - Gen8 i5-8250U, 8Gb RAM & 256GB SSD for £919

£919£1,198.99 23% Dell Deals
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Edited by:"guru_fordy"Found 26th Nov
Firstly only available at this price on Cyber Monday at 6PM where you'll get a coupon to use...first come first served and all that.

Another good workhorse laptop from Dell, but not a gaming laptop...

Processor - 8th Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8250U Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.4 GHz)
Operating Systems - Windows 10 Home English
Display - 13.3” FHD AG (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display, Non-touch
Memory - 8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz
Hard Drive - 256GB NVMe
Video Card - Intel® UHD Graphics 620

dell.com/en-…r12

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Awful price can get an i7 for this price
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Two prices? £749 in Title?

Great deal at £919.

Non-touch a bit of a dealbreaker for an XPS. Good price though.

I've got the 15inch version but it's an i7 and it's absolutely amazing, best laptop I've ever had. Can highly recommend. It's slowing down on start up & shut down now but it's nearly 2 years old & I've used it every day so I'd imagine that's normal. I'll definitely get another when it's time to change.

Awful price can get an i7 for this price

MARFW10 m ago

Non-touch a bit of a dealbreaker for an XPS. Good price though.


How so? Not very practical to have a touchscreen if the screen can't rotate and it negatively impacts battery life.

ShafiqAmin7 m ago

Awful price can get an i7 for this price


Where?

Firstly only available at this price on Cyber Monday at 6PM...

And just for that it's COLD!

mhq13 m ago

How so? Not very practical to have a touchscreen if the screen can't …How so? Not very practical to have a touchscreen if the screen can't rotate and it negatively impacts battery life. Where?


The latest generations of XPSs haven't really had battery issues, touchscreen or not. It's personal preference, but I've had a touchscreen laptop (Spectre x360) for a year now, and wouldn't go back to a non-touch one, and I seldom use the rotating feature.

£919 and no graphic card?

Great deal I have the last gen 9360, it is a cracking laptop

There's one going at 12pm dell.com/en-…x93


i7-8550U, 16gb ram, 512gb SSD and touchscreen. For £1149 - is that worth it?

Isn't there a new redesign of the XPS just around the corner? I saw photos of it a month or so ago

ArchedEdge18 m ago

There's one going at 12pm …There's one going at 12pm whttp://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/laptop-and-2-in-1-pcs/xps-13/spd/xps-13-9360-laptop/cnx93i7-8550U, 16gb ram, 512gb SSD and touchscreen. For £1149 - is that worth it?


good price but it's non touch screen version

MARFW1 h, 0 m ago

Non-touch a bit of a dealbreaker for an XPS. Good price though.


The touchscreen does increase the weight slightly though and reduce battery life by a couple of hours, so personally I wouldn't want one, but horses for courses of course

ShafiqAmin58 m ago

Awful price can get an i7 for this price


You obviously have no idea what a Dell XPS is then

taker31 m ago

Isn't there a new redesign of the XPS just around the corner? I saw photos …Isn't there a new redesign of the XPS just around the corner? I saw photos of it a month or so ago


Yeah the XPS is overdue for a refresh. They are keeping the worst feature, the nose-cam (webcam at the bottom of the screen), but it seems they are now shipping with Windows Hello, unsurprising as their cheaper laptops support it. You’ll lose USB B ports and gain USB C, but the current models have fairly new internals and should be a safe buy.

It's 919 not749

ArchedEdge1 h, 1 m ago

There's one going at 12pm …There's one going at 12pm whttp://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/laptop-and-2-in-1-pcs/xps-13/spd/xps-13-9360-laptop/cnx93i7-8550U, 16gb ram, 512gb SSD and touchscreen. For £1149 - is that worth it?


Amazing value for that config... But it's a shame the speakers aren't great and that's a deal breaker for me.

ShafiqAmin1 h, 41 m ago

Awful price can get an i7 for this price



And what actual relevance is that?
As usually with mobile chips, i3, i5, and i7 mean very little.
For instance compare this i5-8250U and the i7-8550U:
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So both are 4C/8T, 15W. The clocks and cache do vary though:
i5 is 1600 - 3400 MHz with 6MB cache
i7 is 1800 - 4000 MHz with 8MB cache
So about 13% to 17% faster at best, and the benchmarks echo that. WinRAR is about the only big difference I saw since it loves cache.

MARFW2 h, 1 m ago

Non-touch a bit of a dealbreaker for an XPS. Good price though.


Touch screen on a laptop is certainly not a deal breaker for many people...

I suggest a search for coil whine before you buy...

Slightly confused, the page suggests the item will be £919 at 6pm Monday. Where does the £749 come in?

8% TCB

felfel6 h, 57 m ago

I suggest a search for coil whine before you buy...


Yes, and find the threads where people are convincing themselves they have it by pressing their ear to the keyboards. ‘I can’t hear anything, but I’m worried I have it’.

Reminds me of the ‘shimmer’ people complained about on matte screens a few years ago. Like a reverse emperors new clothes.

s_k_m7 h, 45 m ago

Yeah the XPS is overdue for a refresh. They are keeping the worst feature, …Yeah the XPS is overdue for a refresh. They are keeping the worst feature, the nose-cam (webcam at the bottom of the screen), but it seems they are now shipping with Windows Hello, unsurprising as their cheaper laptops support it. You’ll lose USB B ports and gain USB C, but the current models have fairly new internals and should be a safe buy.


They normally seem to debut in February/March. As you say, seems like they’re slashing a lot of connectivity to bring the thickness and weight down, so this model still viable for those clinging to ports.

Great deal, especially with the 8th Gen CPU, I just hope they improved the keyboard since the 2016 model because I really dislike typing on it...

If this was apple it would have been freezing cold and stated to the bone but yet i5 rubbish Dell with rubbish customer service at a grand its hot
This site never ceases to amaze me

MARFW13 h, 10 m ago

Non-touch a bit of a dealbreaker for an XPS. Good price though.



Joshimitsu9111 h, 8 m ago

Touch screen on a laptop is certainly not a deal breaker for many people...


I got a touchscreen Yoga and have never used it, actually quite annoying in instances like when you go to move the angle of the screen and end up shutting the tabs down in the process.

ShafiqAmin13 h, 6 m ago

Awful price can get an i7 for this price



12 hours on so one would assume you're still searching for this mythical bargain priced i7 XPS creature because you've not come back with its current location yet have you?
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 27th Nov

Had a Dell for a few years now. They are a bit budget feel. I would get a better make next time.

Nicolas29 m ago

If this was apple it would have been freezing cold and stated to the bone …If this was apple it would have been freezing cold and stated to the bone but yet i5 rubbish Dell with rubbish customer service at a grand its hotThis site never ceases to amaze me


This is a professional laptop. It's well worth the price.

This is an amazing laptop, and the same spec as the £1750 MacBook Air, but with a very high quality touchscreen, and many more useful ports! I have the i7/16GB/512GB version which I got from the Dell Outlet for £1100.

I ordered the i7 16GB with 512MB on Saturday as they had 15% off over the weekend but the Cyber Monday deal on this model (available at 12pm today) is a much better deal so I'll be seeking a refund in the difference.

I don't need 4K on a laptop of this size and can't justify the extra for a touchscreen so this spec is perfect for me. Lets hope that the honour the price difference or I'll be cancelling.

MARFW12 h, 42 m ago

Non-touch a bit of a dealbreaker for an XPS. Good price though.




My XPS15 has the 4k touch screen. I very occasionally use it; but more often it's a hindrance when someone touches it, not realising.
While I do like the 4k, my next one will probably be 1080p non-touch for battery life. (Though since I've replaced the aging battery I realised stock 4k not so bad.)

Wadadli_Cooler48 m ago

Had a Dell for a few years now. They are a bit budget feel. I would get a …Had a Dell for a few years now. They are a bit budget feel. I would get a better make next time.



Did you have an XPS, or a budget one.
The XPS line is very much the 'premium' model; easily rivaling the Macbook Pro and so on.


Was tempted to try dropping down to an XPS13, but can't push the specs as far as I need I don't think.

popeash10 m ago

I ordered the i7 16GB with 512MB on Saturday as they had 15% off over the …I ordered the i7 16GB with 512MB on Saturday as they had 15% off over the weekend but the Cyber Monday deal on this model (available at 12pm today) is a much better deal so I'll be seeking a refund in the difference.I don't need 4K on a laptop of this size and can't justify the extra for a touchscreen so this spec is perfect for me. Lets hope that the honour the price difference or I'll be cancelling.


i thought the 17 16gb 512 version you are referring to has both 4K and touch?

Good luck with the refund, I don't think they have any obligation to give it to you, but who knows, its luck of the draw with Dell web agents.

Does anyone know if TCB (8%) or Quidco (4%) will track with these doorbuster codes?

kanzzz1 m ago

i thought the 17 16gb 512 version you are referring to has both 4K and …i thought the 17 16gb 512 version you are referring to has both 4K and touch?Good luck with the refund, I don't think they have any obligation to give it to you, but who knows, its luck of the draw with Dell web agents.


No, the model for £1,498.99 doesn't have touch but as a I say, it's a trade off for longer battery life..plus I don' like the Glossy screens

guru_fordy12 h, 59 m ago

Review - https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/threaddesc/2842093/15668188


Ah that's a handy website for reference!
Much prefer the facts than all the glossy unboxing videos we seem to get now.
Heat!

popeash25 m ago

No, the model for £1,498.99 doesn't have touch but as a I say, it's a …No, the model for £1,498.99 doesn't have touch but as a I say, it's a trade off for longer battery life..plus I don' like the Glossy screens


ahh youre right, thanks.

Cold. I bought an Xiaomi Air 13 for £500 (nearly half the price of this).
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