Dell Latitude 13 7350 Tablet Laptop Hybrid 1920x1080 4Gb 128Gb SSD Win 10 Pro 64 Refurbished - £249.99 b2day / Ebay
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Dell Latitude 13 7350 Tablet Laptop Hybrid 1920x1080 4Gb 128Gb SSD Win 10 Pro 64 Refurbished - £249.99 b2day / Ebay

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Found 3rd AprEdited by:"myOpinion2"
I was asked to recommend a laptop for a friend and came across this on ebay, currently now 9 available. Yes it's used but these are business laptops and very well made, like the XPS 13 but slightly larger with the keyboard attached. They are also fanless and completely silent and the core m processor gives good battery life while studying.

DELL LATITUDE 7350 Intel M-5Y10c 0.8GHz 4GB 120GB SSD 13.3" Touchscreen 2-in-1 Ultrabook/Tablet Refurbished

Brand: Dell

Model : Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1

Processor: Intel® Core™ M-5Y10c, 0.8 GMHz , 4M Cache, up to 2.00 GHz

Memory: 4GB

Hard drive: 120GB SSD

Display: 13.3-inch Full HD Touchscreen

Resolution: 1920x1080

Graphics: On Board

Keyboard: UK English

Optical drive: None

Wi-Fi: Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 (802.11ac/a/b/g/n , dual band

Bluetooth: Yes

Cellular device (WWAN): No

OS: Windows 10 Pro (64bit)

In Box: Charger + UK English Keyboard

Warranty: 30 Days Return to Base


Condition: Seller Refurbished, see below for detail
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I think the core m is an excellent processor, I've four machines with this processor now as find general day to day performance for Web browsing and similar is good and unlike the ulv processors it can run completely fanless. I see criticisms of this processor for its 3d and video transcoding performance as if the ulv is much better but I find the ulv processors just as bad for that use and if I needed a laptop for that I'd be going for a much higher rated one.

With regards to the 7350 I've had one since shortly after launch and it is a bit of an odd machine. The main issue as mentioned above is that it's very unbalanced, the tablet is too heavy for the keyboard so it easily tips back and if you're not careful, can easily fall off a lap or similar.

However with the tablet section detached it's very bulky as a tablet and there's no ports on the tablet section apart from the power jack and a headphone port. The base has two USB ports, a display out and sd card reader so you can't really use this much away from the base.

I still quite like it though, the keyboard and trackpad are good plus the fact it's silent and doesn't heat up is great as I had an xps 13 with a ulv i7 then a latitude 12 with the ulv i5 and both were irritating for the heat and fan noise. The 7350's full HD screen may not offer jaw dropping resolution but the quality is very good and it can run everything natively without scaling as higher resolution panels need.

I also bought a latitude 11 5175 which seemed better as a 2 in 1 as its smaller and had two usb ports on the tablet section but to counter the weight distribution issues its keyboard is heavier and has a rise at the back which makes it incredibly bulky.

I also bought a latitude 12 7275 which was the replacement for the 7350 which makes some improvements such as all the ports on the tablet but its keyboard is not much use as it goes for a surface style design.

I've now mostly settled on a latitude 13 7370 which is a normal laptop with a core m processor which is pretty rare these days. There's no detachable screen but I don't really miss it as Windows ten is terrible as a touch screen only os and it means the laptop doesn't have the wobbling hinges as you type, the screen angle isn't restricted as it is on the 7350 and it has normal weight distribution.
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Johnmcl754 m ago

I think the core m is an excellent processor, I've four machines with this …I think the core m is an excellent processor, I've four machines with this processor now as find general day to day performance for Web browsing and similar is good and unlike the ulv processors it can run completely fanless. I see criticisms of this processor for its 3d and video transcoding performance as if the ulv is much better but I find the ulv processors just as bad for that use and if I needed a laptop for that I'd be going for a much higher rated one.With regards to the 7350 I've had one since shortly after launch and it is a bit of an odd machine. The main issue as mentioned above is that it's very unbalanced, the tablet is too heavy for the keyboard so it easily tips back and if you're not careful, can easily fall off a lap or similar.However with the tablet section detached it's very bulky as a tablet and there's no ports on the tablet section apart from the power jack and a headphone port. The base has two USB ports, a display out and sd card reader so you can't really use this much away from the base.I still quite like it though, the keyboard and trackpad are good plus the fact it's silent and doesn't heat up is great as I had an xps 13 with a ulv i7 then a latitude 12 with the ulv i5 and both were irritating for the heat and fan noise. The 7350's full HD screen may not offer jaw dropping resolution but the quality is very good and it can run everything natively without scaling as higher resolution panels need. I also bought a latitude 11 5175 which seemed better as a 2 in 1 as its smaller and had two usb ports on the tablet section but to counter the weight distribution issues its keyboard is heavier and has a rise at the back which makes it incredibly bulky.I also bought a latitude 12 7275 which was the replacement for the 7350 which makes some improvements such as all the ports on the tablet but its keyboard is not much use as it goes for a surface style design.I've now mostly settled on a latitude 13 7370 which is a normal laptop with a core m processor which is pretty rare these days. There's no detachable screen but I don't really miss it as Windows ten is terrible as a touch screen only os and it means the laptop doesn't have the wobbling hinges as you type, the screen angle isn't restricted as it is on the 7350 and it has normal weight distribution.



Excellent informative post, well done. I rarely buy the deals posted on here, and sadly never seem to find many to post myself, but it's this sort of useful insightful commentary that still makes HUKD worth frequenting.
GrantG1821 h, 48 m ago

*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would …*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would rather an AMD E1 and that says just about everything. Shame the rest of the spec looks decent


The fact that you’re comparing this to an AMD E1 says you have your chips confused... this is terrible advice. The E1 should never have existed, it’s anaemic, runs hot and the only positive is cost. The Core M is a fantastic CPU for bursty general purpose use (eg just about all productivity type work), it’s poor for sustained performance but think about how you actually use any computer.

I have a Retina MacBook and an Acer Switch 11 which both use Core M and have virtually nothing to complain about.
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*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would rather an AMD E1 and that says just about everything. Shame the rest of the spec looks decent
The issue with these is that the Tablet is too heavy compared to the keyboard/base so it risks toppling over.
Not one for children or the clumsy.
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GrantG18212 m ago

*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would …*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would rather an AMD E1 and that says just about everything. Shame the rest of the spec looks decent


Are you confusing core M with Atom, these are many times faster than even the top of the line AMD E1 chips, closer to i3 of i5 from a couple of generations back.

cpubenchmark.net/com…820
myOpinion210 m ago

Are you confusing core M with Atom, these are many times faster than even …Are you confusing core M with Atom, these are many times faster than even the top of the line AMD E1 chips, closer to i3 of i5 from a couple of generations back.https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-M-5Y10c-vs-AMD-E1-7010-APU/2464vs2820


No, unfortunately I was not confused at all. These are around the same as Hardwell i3's which I wouldn't wish on anybody. They struggle even for "web browsing and documents" which is what they are claimed to be designed for
I was sold on it until a read 800 mhz processor on the cpu, gezz i`m sure theres loads of mid spec phones nowadays with much faster cpu's.

Good luck opening a word document on that processor, these are only good if your into S&M :)))
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I wouldn't worry too much about that 800MHz is actually the base, it will turbo up to 2GHz, most the time my processor on my quad core i7 is sat at 800MHz too.
notebookcheck.net/Del…tml
Think slim and light on a budget rather than hard core gaming
Edited by: "myOpinion2" 3rd Apr
myOpinion28 m ago

I wouldn't worry too much about that 800MHz is actually the base, it will …I wouldn't worry too much about that 800MHz is actually the base, it will turbo up to 2GHz, most the time my processor on my quad core i7 is sat at 800MHz too.https://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-Latitude-13-7350-Convertible-Review.134079.0.html#toc-performance


Hmm i`m still skeptical of this processor though your review seems rather positive of the device, so maybe my skpeticism is unfounded.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 3rd Apr
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The Core-M aren't that bad, I've used a Yoga 700 with similar processor for over an year, never had any speed issues with day to day work including occasional VS Studio work. Not sure about this model, the Yoga 700 was fan-less and very light weight. A decent compromise compared to the mainstream i3 and i5.
The processor is actually not bad at all, word, light excel, web browsing, etc is all absolutely fluid.
GrantG1821 h, 48 m ago

*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would …*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would rather an AMD E1 and that says just about everything. Shame the rest of the spec looks decent


The fact that you’re comparing this to an AMD E1 says you have your chips confused... this is terrible advice. The E1 should never have existed, it’s anaemic, runs hot and the only positive is cost. The Core M is a fantastic CPU for bursty general purpose use (eg just about all productivity type work), it’s poor for sustained performance but think about how you actually use any computer.

I have a Retina MacBook and an Acer Switch 11 which both use Core M and have virtually nothing to complain about.
Bench marks are good for something like this for cpu. SSD nice for booting up fast. The only bad thing in my opinion about this and lots of laptops come with this anyway is the 4gb of ram. But its only £250. What do people expect? i7, GTX 1080ti and 32GB of DDR4.

I think this will get a fair bit of attention at uni aswell because people will be like "how does the screen come off that laptop". Nice find.
I think the core m is an excellent processor, I've four machines with this processor now as find general day to day performance for Web browsing and similar is good and unlike the ulv processors it can run completely fanless. I see criticisms of this processor for its 3d and video transcoding performance as if the ulv is much better but I find the ulv processors just as bad for that use and if I needed a laptop for that I'd be going for a much higher rated one.

With regards to the 7350 I've had one since shortly after launch and it is a bit of an odd machine. The main issue as mentioned above is that it's very unbalanced, the tablet is too heavy for the keyboard so it easily tips back and if you're not careful, can easily fall off a lap or similar.

However with the tablet section detached it's very bulky as a tablet and there's no ports on the tablet section apart from the power jack and a headphone port. The base has two USB ports, a display out and sd card reader so you can't really use this much away from the base.

I still quite like it though, the keyboard and trackpad are good plus the fact it's silent and doesn't heat up is great as I had an xps 13 with a ulv i7 then a latitude 12 with the ulv i5 and both were irritating for the heat and fan noise. The 7350's full HD screen may not offer jaw dropping resolution but the quality is very good and it can run everything natively without scaling as higher resolution panels need.

I also bought a latitude 11 5175 which seemed better as a 2 in 1 as its smaller and had two usb ports on the tablet section but to counter the weight distribution issues its keyboard is heavier and has a rise at the back which makes it incredibly bulky.

I also bought a latitude 12 7275 which was the replacement for the 7350 which makes some improvements such as all the ports on the tablet but its keyboard is not much use as it goes for a surface style design.

I've now mostly settled on a latitude 13 7370 which is a normal laptop with a core m processor which is pretty rare these days. There's no detachable screen but I don't really miss it as Windows ten is terrible as a touch screen only os and it means the laptop doesn't have the wobbling hinges as you type, the screen angle isn't restricted as it is on the 7350 and it has normal weight distribution.
IPS?
Johnmcl754 m ago

I think the core m is an excellent processor, I've four machines with this …I think the core m is an excellent processor, I've four machines with this processor now as find general day to day performance for Web browsing and similar is good and unlike the ulv processors it can run completely fanless. I see criticisms of this processor for its 3d and video transcoding performance as if the ulv is much better but I find the ulv processors just as bad for that use and if I needed a laptop for that I'd be going for a much higher rated one.With regards to the 7350 I've had one since shortly after launch and it is a bit of an odd machine. The main issue as mentioned above is that it's very unbalanced, the tablet is too heavy for the keyboard so it easily tips back and if you're not careful, can easily fall off a lap or similar.However with the tablet section detached it's very bulky as a tablet and there's no ports on the tablet section apart from the power jack and a headphone port. The base has two USB ports, a display out and sd card reader so you can't really use this much away from the base.I still quite like it though, the keyboard and trackpad are good plus the fact it's silent and doesn't heat up is great as I had an xps 13 with a ulv i7 then a latitude 12 with the ulv i5 and both were irritating for the heat and fan noise. The 7350's full HD screen may not offer jaw dropping resolution but the quality is very good and it can run everything natively without scaling as higher resolution panels need. I also bought a latitude 11 5175 which seemed better as a 2 in 1 as its smaller and had two usb ports on the tablet section but to counter the weight distribution issues its keyboard is heavier and has a rise at the back which makes it incredibly bulky.I also bought a latitude 12 7275 which was the replacement for the 7350 which makes some improvements such as all the ports on the tablet but its keyboard is not much use as it goes for a surface style design.I've now mostly settled on a latitude 13 7370 which is a normal laptop with a core m processor which is pretty rare these days. There's no detachable screen but I don't really miss it as Windows ten is terrible as a touch screen only os and it means the laptop doesn't have the wobbling hinges as you type, the screen angle isn't restricted as it is on the 7350 and it has normal weight distribution.



Excellent informative post, well done. I rarely buy the deals posted on here, and sadly never seem to find many to post myself, but it's this sort of useful insightful commentary that still makes HUKD worth frequenting.
GrantG1829 h, 34 m ago

No, unfortunately I was not confused at all. These are around the same as …No, unfortunately I was not confused at all. These are around the same as Hardwell i3's which I wouldn't wish on anybody. They struggle even for "web browsing and documents" which is what they are claimed to be designed for


Is that M3 in general? The M3 in my surface pro 4 doesn’t struggle with web browsing and documents.
GrantG18223 h, 59 m ago

*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would …*Ex-friend; they won't like you after 10 minutes using a Core M. Would rather an AMD E1 and that says just about everything. Shame the rest of the spec looks decent


NOTHING wrong with the BROADWELL based coreM’s. I have a asus t300 Chi with the CoreM5Y71 and it’s a decent CPU, along with the SSD and 8GB Ram i would rather do desktop stuff on that then on my i5-4590 gaming PC with a spinning HDD. good compromise between power and performance!
Edited by: "KarlReading" 4th Apr
Think some people are confusing sluggishness caused by slow storage speed with the CPU being sluggish; even using a 4 core 8 threads by i7 CPU with with a 5400rpm HDD a laptop will still feel sluggish.
Edited by: "MarineRX179" 8th Apr
id want a year warranty . Plenty 'refurbished' that do

an ord laptop also dell would even be lighter too
Edited by: "logohigh" 9th Apr
Stitch1234th Apr

Is that M3 in general? The M3 in my surface pro 4 doesn’t struggle with w …Is that M3 in general? The M3 in my surface pro 4 doesn’t struggle with web browsing and documents.


that guy has no idea what he is talking about ignore him. Big problem with this site is you get people spouting technical knowledge with no basis in fact. He probably bought an awful E1 machine and doesn't want to face the truth
Tempted to get this to upgrade from my asus t100ha
Wonder if the processor is better than my old i5-430m. Can you change the ssd and ram?
Jijin21 h, 6 m ago

Wonder if the processor is better than my old i5-430m. Can you change the …Wonder if the processor is better than my old i5-430m. Can you change the ssd and ram?


yes it's about 50% better (in peak performance - as its passively cooled it wont sustain that performance so not ideal for sustained performance tasks like encoding video) more importantly it uses 4.5w vs 35w so batteries last so much longer and the machine runs silent. I can't really comment on this machine, I would recon being a 2 in 1 it will be top heavy and I find windows in tablet mode pretty rubbish but the cpu is more than decent for normal tasks
Wish they had some with 8gb ram.
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Jijin25 h, 18 m ago

Wonder if the processor is better than my old i5-430m. Can you change the …Wonder if the processor is better than my old i5-430m. Can you change the ssd and ram?


I'm fairly sure (but check if it's critical to you) that the RAM is soldered but the SSD is regular M2 and user upgradeable.
Good for web browsing. you could get an older dell with an i5 that is much faster, and useful, for that money. New isn't always better. Technology is stuck in first gear.
ebay.co.uk/itm…BV5
Edited by: "foes4you" 9th Apr
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foes4you18 h, 21 m ago

Good for web browsing. you could get an older dell with an i5 that is much …Good for web browsing. you could get an older dell with an i5 that is much faster, and useful, for that money. New isn't always better. Technology is stuck in first gear.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DELL-E6430-LAPTOP-WINDOWS-7-CORE-i5-WEBCAM-128GB-SSD-4GB-14-1-LCD-HDMI-B/162979337945?epid=16015632990&hash=item25f25356d9:g:RXsAAOSwRN1alBV5


That dell has a better CPU but is lower resolution and non touchscreen so not a direct comparism. I suspect that the battery lift may fall short too. I'm not saying that it's a bad option just a quite diferent one.
Edited by: "myOpinion2" 10th Apr
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