Dell Latitude E5440 refurb laptop, intel i5-4310, 2GHz, 4GB Memory, 250HDD, Win 10 @ Gigarefurb £119.99
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Dell Latitude E5440 refurb laptop, intel i5-4310, 2GHz, 4GB Memory, 250HDD, Win 10 @ Gigarefurb £119.99

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Found 4th Nov 2017
Dell Latitude E5440, Refurbished grade 1 laptop with Intel i5 4310 CPU, 2GHz, 4GB Memory, 250HDD, Windows 10.

This seems too good to be true for the specs, yes it's a refurbished laptop that's probably 3 years old but it's a business grade machine with a 4th Generation i5 CPU that still outperforms many mobile CPU's that you'll find in sub £250 laptops. Chuck in an SSD (you did hoard a load of those £25 SSD's from last year right?!)
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    Battery life will probably be awful as it is a few years old laptop, unless the battery was replaced as part of the refurbishment.
    Original Poster
    Now this seems a bit too cheap for the specs, it's a fourth gen i5 CPU in what looks to be a business laptop sold around 2014. The screen should be a 1600x900 from what I can tell but the CPU says 2GHz in their specs while the 4310 is a 2.7GHz.

    Anyway, for £120 you'll get a laptop that'll outperform any new latop that costs under £250 I suspect. Chuck in an SSD for good measure.
    Original Poster
    GlesgaNed1 m ago

    Battery life will probably be awful as it is a few years old laptop, …Battery life will probably be awful as it is a few years old laptop, unless the battery was replaced as part of the refurbishment.


    It's probably a 3 year old laptop, yes the battery might be knackered but it's a decent spec for £120
    Specs say no WiFi. Also no screen size given
    On the plus side if it's refurbished, hopefully they've not only don't the screws up tight but put them all in and used decent threadlock too.
    From what I've learnt Dell quality control like their customer service, isn't up to much. Given heat as if it's legit it seems like a great deal.
    no wifi?
    Oos
    Original Poster
    Jonnyblock1 m ago

    Oos


    wow I guess they had limited stock !!
    That's decent spec for £120!!
    Looks to be a good deal
    Original Poster
    time to expire this I guess
    Showing as in stock for me
    Original Poster
    ashbath1 m ago

    Showing as in stock for me


    hmmm shows out of stock for me.....maybe there's one left and someone keeps putting it in their basket
    spannerzone53 s ago

    hmmm shows out of stock for me.....maybe there's one left and someone …hmmm shows out of stock for me.....maybe there's one left and someone keeps putting it in their basket


    Yeah it’s back to OOS now.
    How do you use a laptop with no wifi
    Original Poster
    spyro1234 m ago

    How do you use a laptop with no wifi


    well that's probably an error in the description but to answer your question I suppose you'd install a wifi card or USB wifi dongle or just use it on a network cable.
    bought this exact model recently from ebay paid sub £100 and of course it has wi-fi. The i5 is a strong cpu and delivers excellent all round performance, battery is easily 6hours in mine. Highly recommended if you can grab it at anywhere near this price.
    Edited by: "riccom" 4th Nov 2017
    FYI these are fairly heavy and expect the battery to be a bit rubbish as these will be ex business machines

    Good little workhorses though
    Message at the top of the screen to sign up for an account for a £5 off (if it comes back into stock).
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