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Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 M-5Y10 upto 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb 13.3″ FHD UK Keyboard Win 10Pro 1Yr RTB was £360+vat now £280+VAT (£347.94 inc VAT+delivery) @ MCS.com
Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 M-5Y10 upto 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb 13.3″ FHD UK Keyboard Win 10Pro 1Yr RTB was £360+vat now £280+VAT (£347.94 inc VAT+delivery) @ MCS.com

Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 M-5Y10 upto 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb 13.3″ FHD UK Keyboard Win 10Pro 1Yr RTB was £360+vat now £280+VAT (£347.94 inc VAT+delivery) @ MCS.com

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Here's the NBC review
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-Latitude-13-7350-Convertible-Review.134079.0.html
Latitude so business line, but still very pleasantly surprised that it is quite serviceable.

I bought from them previously.. excellent product and customer service..
buy with confidence.
refurbished product had no signs of wear other than a label at the back.
genuinely happy, since they also stock the accessories for thier products as well, good to get stuff you may right from them like a keyboard, charger, stylus, since they are proprietary it may save you hassle later on.

Gah, if only this was 10" I'd take it.

What's the weight like on this, could I comfortably hold it and use it as a tablet?

These are nice little machines with good screens and keyboards but bear in mind that this version doesn't have the second battery installed in the base, so battery life will be a bit mediocre.

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polarbaba

I bought from them previously.. excellent product and customer … I bought from them previously.. excellent product and customer service..buy with confidence.refurbished product had no signs of wear other than a label at the back. genuinely happy, since they also stock the accessories for thier products as well, good to get stuff you may right from them like a keyboard, charger, stylus, since they are proprietary it may save you hassle later on.


I brought a Dell Inspiron from them sold as refurbished but it was like new. Not a mark on the laptop whatsoever.

Bought a Dell Venue 11 Pro from these guys, came in perfect condition (shame the device is a bit naff, you can really feel its little CPU straining after a while)

Think I got the best deal with the 15% on top

Dell Latitude 14 3440 i5 4200U 1.60GHz 8Gb 500Gb GT 740M 14" HD No O/S 90Day RTB WTY MLL401 (#MLL401)
1 £155.00

How is the m core cpu in this what is this machine capable of iam trying to see if its a upgrade to my acer switch 12.

ssjinzo

How is the m core cpu in this what is this machine capable of iam trying … How is the m core cpu in this what is this machine capable of iam trying to see if its a upgrade to my acer switch 12.


Correct me if I'm wrong but the acer switch 12 looks to have a core M CPU too, except a new model. This is the lowest spec of the first generation of core M processors so anything else should equal it at least and more likely beat it too.

ssjinzo

How is the m core cpu in this what is this machine capable of iam trying … How is the m core cpu in this what is this machine capable of iam trying to see if its a upgrade to my acer switch 12.



It's around 30% slower than an i3 in a modern laptop.

CampGareth

Correct me if I'm wrong but the acer switch 12 looks to have a core M CPU … Correct me if I'm wrong but the acer switch 12 looks to have a core M CPU too, except a new model. This is the lowest spec of the first generation of core M processors so anything else should equal it at least and more likely beat it too.


It's a older one atom z processor

Don't think this will be very fast at all considering it's a 13 inch laptop. If it was the 5y10a processor I believe that is faster but sadly this is the 5y10c variant so slower.

If you are looking for a small factor get something with an Intel atom x7 z8700 in or z8500 those are pretty quick and miles ahead of previous atoms. Also battery life is great on them. Shockingly they even got one in a gpd win which is a 5.5" mini tablet with game controller and keyboard buikt in and it plays skyrim and fallout 4. Crazy world!

Edited by: "petermcgregor14" 6th Feb

petermcgregor14

Don't think this will be very fast at all considering it's a 13 inch … Don't think this will be very fast at all considering it's a 13 inch laptop. If it was the 5y10a processor I believe that is faster but sadly this is the 5y10c variant so slower.If you are looking for a small factor get something with an Intel atom x7 z8700 in or z8500 those are pretty quick and miles ahead of previous atoms. Also battery life is great on them. Shockingly they even got one in a gpd win which is a 5.5" mini tablet with game controller and keyboard buikt in and it plays skyrim and fallout 4. Crazy world!



I wouldn't be so sure. The 5y10c outperforms the X5 8500 and X7 8700 on paper in both multi-core and single-core performance when you look at the many benchmarks. And just because it's a 13inch laptop, why would that dictate the performance?


Edited by: "M0nk3h" 6th Feb

M0nk3h

I wouldn't be so sure. The 5y10c outperforms the X5 8500 and X7 8700 on … I wouldn't be so sure. The 5y10c outperforms the X5 8500 and X7 8700 on paper in both multi-core and single-core performance when you look at the many benchmarks. And just because it's a 13inch laptop, why would that dictate the performance?



I was trying to help the guy after the 10" laptop with similar performance. You are right the the 5y10 is more powerful I wasn't stating otherwise, just that the 8700 will offer similar performance.

As for your comment about why would size affect performance I'm not sure if that was meant as a joke. However I will humour you.

What's generally more powerful a £300 laptop vs a £300 desktop. The smaller the form factor generally the worse performance for the same price. Also smaller form factors are usually fanless and so the cpu''s have to be cooled passively and so tend to be less powerful. In a 13 inch tablet you would be able to put a fan in it to help with cooling thus allowing for increased performance due to no heat throttling. Also the larger the laptop the larger the battery is in general, thus allowing cpu''s which consume more power and in turn offer better performance.

I could go on but I believe I have illustrated my point. Size does effect performance.

petermcgregor14

Don't think this will be very fast at all considering it's a 13 inch … Don't think this will be very fast at all considering it's a 13 inch laptop. If it was the 5y10a processor I believe that is faster but sadly this is the 5y10c variant so slower.If you are looking for a small factor get something with an Intel atom x7 z8700 in or z8500 those are pretty quick and miles ahead of previous atoms. Also battery life is great on them. Shockingly they even got one in a gpd win which is a 5.5" mini tablet with game controller and keyboard buikt in and it plays skyrim and fallout 4. Crazy world!

What's generally more powerful a £300 laptop vs a £300 desktop.

The smaller the form factor generally the worse performance for the same … The smaller the form factor generally the worse performance for the same price.




It would depend. You're obviously going to assume a desktop.


For the same price, correct... if you're basing it all on "same-price".

Although I agree with some points, I wouldn't necessarily make a sweeping statement and say all 13 inch laptops are poor performers, the defining factor would be cost.

Agreed. You can get some great 13 inch laptops that would outperform a 15 inch laptop. But like I said you would pay more the same specs in 13 than you would in a 15 inch due the reduced size those components would have to be and the increased difficulties with managing the heat dissipation.

By the way I voted hot. It's a decent laptop for the price but I think you could probably get more power for a similar price if you looked. But as I dont have any intention of looking to find a bether deal as I'm not looking for a 13inch I would say this is pretty decent.

CampGareth

Bought a Dell Venue 11 Pro from these guys, came in perfect condition … Bought a Dell Venue 11 Pro from these guys, came in perfect condition (shame the device is a bit naff, you can really feel its little CPU straining after a while)


Which CPU did you get? Apparently the i5 has been underclocked quite a lot

If not bothered for a 13 or 15 inch I would get this instead.

hotukdeals.com/dea…086

M0nk3h

Gah, if only this was 10" I'd take it.What's the weight like on this, … Gah, if only this was 10" I'd take it.What's the weight like on this, could I comfortably hold it and use it as a tablet?



I find it's a bit big as a tablet and also suffers from the fact it only has a single proprietary charging port and headphone port on the tablet section, there's no USB ports or a card reader. I've also bought a Latitude 11 (which is mostly a rebadged Venue 11 Pro) and I find its size and weight is much better as a tablet plus it has a USB-C port, full size USB port and card reader on the tablet section.

The Latitude 11's keyboard base doesn't work as well as the Latitude 13 though, I assume to combat the terrible weight distribution of the Latitude 13 (it tips back very easily) they made the Latitude 11 keyboard base heavy and it's raised at the back (similar to what extended batteries used to do) so it makes it heavy and not great to use on a lap. The charging is also weird, with the 13 you charge the base when they're together and both tablet and base are charged. To charge the 11 base you have to put the cable in a slot which is only available when the tablet is separate so makes it a bit of a hassle.

For portable use I prefer the Latitude 11 as it's a better size for traveling while I tend to use the 13 around the house, it's got a great keyboard, batterylife is good and it runs entirely silent.

John

HereKittyKitty

Which CPU did you get? Apparently the i5 has been underclocked quite a lot



i3-4030y. It'll reliably hit 1.6GHz and stay there so I'm not sure what the problem is. I think it's just that the SSD and CPU are weak so it doesn't take much to overwhelm it. Case in point it's been a while since I last booted the DV11P and now that I'm doing it things like onedrive are taking 100% CPU and disk. When it's in that state it's painfully slow to use.

Johnmcl7

I find it's a bit big as a tablet and also suffers from the fact it only … I find it's a bit big as a tablet and also suffers from the fact it only has a single proprietary charging port and headphone port on the tablet section, there's no USB ports or a card reader. I've also bought a Latitude 11 (which is mostly a rebadged Venue 11 Pro) and I find its size and weight is much better as a tablet plus it has a USB-C port, full size USB port and card reader on the tablet section.The Latitude 11's keyboard base doesn't work as well as the Latitude 13 though, I assume to combat the terrible weight distribution of the Latitude 13 (it tips back very easily) they made the Latitude 11 keyboard base heavy and it's raised at the back (similar to what extended batteries used to do) so it makes it heavy and not great to use on a lap. The charging is also weird, with the 13 you charge the base when they're together and both tablet and base are charged. To charge the 11 base you have to put the cable in a slot which is only available when the tablet is separate so makes it a bit of a hassle.For portable use I prefer the Latitude 11 as it's a better size for traveling while I tend to use the 13 around the house, it's got a great keyboard, batterylife is good and it runs entirely silent.John


I was looking at the 12 and thinking "that'd be a nice device to own". It's a rebadged XPS 12 but there's nothing wrong with that, gives you plenty of thunderbolt 3 ports and a standard way of charging, only real downside is a small-ish 30Wh battery.

CampGareth

I was looking at the 12 and thinking "that'd be a nice device to own". … I was looking at the 12 and thinking "that'd be a nice device to own". It's a rebadged XPS 12 but there's nothing wrong with that, gives you plenty of thunderbolt 3 ports and a standard way of charging, only real downside is a small-ish 30Wh battery.



I really liked the look of the XPS 12/Latitude 7275 as it seemed to correct all the flaws of the 7350 but it seems to add a few more of its own, the screen angle is fixed in the keyboard base, there's no battery in the keyboard section, general batterylife isn't good, there's no full size USB ports, there's no proper dock and it's way more expensive. I find Windows 10 is not very good solely as touch screen so I rely heavily on a decent keyboard to use with it.

John

CampGareth

i3-4030y. It'll reliably hit 1.6GHz and stay there so I'm not sure what … i3-4030y. It'll reliably hit 1.6GHz and stay there so I'm not sure what the problem is. I think it's just that the SSD and CPU are weak so it doesn't take much to overwhelm it. Case in point it's been a while since I last booted the DV11P and now that I'm doing it things like onedrive are taking 100% CPU and disk. When it's in that state it's painfully slow to use.



That's a Onedrive issue though, I had a similar problem with my high performance desktop suffering poor performance and found that Onedrive was crippling it. I've no idea what onedrive was actually doing as I don't use the service so just killed it, I find performance from the Core-m's I've got in my 2 in 1's to be pretty decent.

John

petermcgregor14

If not bothered for a 13 or 15 inch I would get this … If not bothered for a 13 or 15 inch I would get this instead.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-aspire-es-15-intel-core-i3-processor-6gb-ram-128gb-ssd-storage-15-6-inch-full-2609086


Gone up in price from what is stated in post.
It is now £329. Not so tempting.

Hot deal, I might have gone for this if you could upgrade the ram but looks like it's soldered on.

petermcgregor14

Don't think this will be very fast at all considering it's a 13 inch … Don't think this will be very fast at all considering it's a 13 inch laptop. If it was the 5y10a processor I believe that is faster but sadly this is the 5y10c variant so slower.If you are looking for a small factor get something with an Intel atom x7 z8700 in or z8500 those are pretty quick and miles ahead of previous atoms. Also battery life is great on them. Shockingly they even got one in a gpd win which is a 5.5" mini tablet with game controller and keyboard buikt in and it plays skyrim and fallout 4. Crazy world!



I think you got your a and c wrong way around. According to userbenchmark the M-5y10c is 18% faster than the M-5y10a.

The a has a passmark of 2150 on cpu benchmark and the c is at 2808. If the dell posted does indeed have the c model processor that is definitely the better option.

Personally though I have had two detachable laptops and found both of them very frustrating to use. The tent idea offered by Lenovo, HP and Dell are much more user friendly in my opinion. After owning the Asus T300 chi which runs the same processor I wouldn't say it's particularly fast at 0.8GHz with two cores. The 2.0GHz is the boost speed.

I have one of these and as a basic machine it is great, it isn't slow handling day to day tasks. Mine came with a 4 year on site warranty which is nice. Here are some things to consider:
It is quite heavy, although this means it is sturdy.
The keyboard and screen are top notch but it is "top" heavy so a certain amount of care is needed.
Battery life is adequate with the tablet battery. I opened my base up and fitted a second battery (£35 from AliExpress - probably not genuine but it works) and now it is excellent.
I use mine for office, web browsing, running BlueStacks, hacking phones and other light tasks.

I am a Core M convert now - fanless is the future.

Smartguy1

I think you got your a and c wrong way around. According to userbenchmark … I think you got your a and c wrong way around. According to userbenchmark the M-5y10c is 18% faster than the M-5y10a.The a has a passmark of 2150 on cpu benchmark and the c is at 2808. If the dell posted does indeed have the c model processor that is definitely the better option.Personally though I have had two detachable laptops and found both of them very frustrating to use. The tent idea offered by Lenovo, HP and Dell are much more user friendly in my opinion. After owning the Asus T300 chi which runs the same processor I wouldn't say it's particularly fast at 0.8GHz with two cores. The 2.0GHz is the boost speed.



You are right, I thought i read somewhere that 'a' had a higher turbo clock, sadly not. Underpowered for a near enough regular size laptop. I would either go more portable and have similar performance or go for a 15" and get much better performance than this for a similar price.
Edited by: "petermcgregor14" 7th Feb

Finbaar. Can you take me throug how to fit a battery to the keyboard. cheers Martin

playnotwork

Finbaar. Can you take me throug how to fit a battery to the keyboard. … Finbaar. Can you take me throug how to fit a battery to the keyboard. cheers Martin


Keyboard removal instructions

Recently opened up a 7350 keyboard which we thought contained the battery and didn't! Have a few of these with 8gb ram and the Intel M-5Y71. Incredible machines.
Edited by: "rascalchops" 10th Feb
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