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Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 (Manufacturer refurbished) £339.99 ebay / xpn1
Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 (Manufacturer refurbished) £339.99 ebay / xpn1

Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 (Manufacturer refurbished) £339.99 ebay / xpn1

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Item specifics
Condition: Manufacturer refurbished :
Type: Tablet/Laptop Convertible
Processor Type: Intel Core M
Brand: Dell
Processor Speed: 2.00GHz
Product Line: Latitude
Hard Drive Capacity: 128GB
Model: Latitude 7350
Operating System: Windows 8
MPN: Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1
Operating System Edition: Professional
Screen Size: 13.3"
Graphics Processing Type: Integrated/On-Board Graphics
Memory: 4GB Release
Year: 2015
Manufacturer warranty: 2 years

The same model with the same specs is 456.89 and 518.8 at Dell outlet
outlet.euro.dell.com/Onl…4ee

13 Comments

Original Poster

why cold? is it because of the price or the model?

Not bad .. Processor can be a bit weedy but I could do with a back-lit keyboard (on my v similar) . Hmmm Refurb .... But next day wrty and includes wifi AC ... FullHD screen Y... Touch display ? Stylus inc ?

Missed out on the Win10 upgrade tho ...
Edited by: "GwanGy" 4th Aug 2016

Looks very nice. 2 years warranty on an up market refurb like this is a nice touch, hot!
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 4th Aug 2016

Looks well specced well reviewed. If I didn't already have a Venue 11 I'd be very tempted. Just remember if you still want the Windows 10 upgrade it can still be had for free if you use assistive technologies.

Not bad spec, no idea why it is cold, hot for me.

Voted hot. This has a full HD touch screen display. That's pretty usual in a 13" screen. 2 usb3 ports. SSD. no ethernet connection, but easily remedied with a usb-ethernet connector. Maybe a bit of the heavy side for an ultrabook, personally i'd use the 32bit version of windows 8, or update the ram to max of 8

jasee

personally i'd use the 32bit version of windows 8, or update the ram to … personally i'd use the 32bit version of windows 8, or update the ram to max of 8


You can't upgrade the RAM as it's soldered.
The tablet itself has no USB ports and the card reader is also located in the detachable keyboard.
Due to the weight of the tablet it's very top heavy in laptop mode so feels like an accident waiting to happen if used on the lap.
It's obviously very large as a tablet.
Keyboard is back-lit.
System is fanless.
You can get a dock for it on eBay for about £40 which has ethernet.

I paid £460 for mine with the 2.9Ghz CPU, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD and 3 year on site Dell warranty.
Edited by: "Agharta" 4th Aug 2016

I got the ASUS T300 Chi for 349 from ebuyer, core m5y71, 8gb ram, 1440P screen, SSD. Better deal IMHO

karlos1980

I got the ASUS T300 Chi for 349 from ebuyer, core m5y71, 8gb ram, 1440P … I got the ASUS T300 Chi for 349 from ebuyer, core m5y71, 8gb ram, 1440P screen, SSD. Better deal IMHO


That was cheap but the battery life is rubbish, the keyboard isn't back-lit plus it lacks ports and there is no dock available or extended warranty.
But if you can live with its limitations it's a bargain.

Agharta

You can't upgrade the RAM as it's soldered. The tablet itself has no USB … You can't upgrade the RAM as it's soldered. The tablet itself has no USB ports and the card reader is also located in the detachable keyboard. Due to the weight of the tablet it's very top heavy in laptop mode so feels like an accident waiting to happen if used on the lap.It's obviously very large as a tablet. Keyboard is back-lit. System is fanless. You can get a dock for it on eBay for about £40 which has ethernet. I paid £460 for mine with the 2.9Ghz CPU, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD and 3 year on site Dell warranty.


Actually the dock seems quite handy with three USB3 ports, the ethernet is only 10/100 though

jasee

Actually the dock seems quite handy with three USB3 ports, the ethernet … Actually the dock seems quite handy with three USB3 ports, the ethernet is only 10/100 though



It's the same dock as the Venue 11 Pro right? I've got that same dock but I found it struggled driving multiple high resolution displays. Never figured out why.

It is the same dock. Personally I can easily live with 100Mb ethernet. Never tried multiple monitors. I find it works best with HDMI as with DP the tablet screen turns on when I turn the monitor off and since it has a 1920x1200 panel and the tablet is 1920x1080 the application windows keep on being resized which is annoying.

Agharta

It is the same dock. Personally I can easily live with 100Mb ethernet. … It is the same dock. Personally I can easily live with 100Mb ethernet. Never tried multiple monitors. I find it works best with HDMI as with DP the tablet screen turns on when I turn the monitor off and since it has a 1920x1200 panel and the tablet is 1920x1080 the application windows keep on being resized which is annoying.


the best thing to me is the resolution, if it can handle that well, just for video, thats good
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