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Dell Latitude E5540 15.6'' Intel Core  I5-4210U 4GB 500GB Win 10 PRO Laptop - Refurbished £110.15 delivered with code @ stockmustgo ebay
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Dell Latitude E5540 15.6'' Intel Core I5-4210U 4GB 500GB Win 10 PRO Laptop - Refurbished £110.15 delivered with code @ stockmustgo ebay

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Posted 4th OctEdited by:"devinn"
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Processor: INTEL CORE I5-4210U
Memory: 4GB RAM.
Hardrive: 500GB HDD.
Screen: 15.6”.
Graphics: INTEL HD GRAPHICS
Operating System: Windows 10 Professional.
Optical Drive: DVD+RW.
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According to this ( itproportal.com/rev…ew/ ):

+Full HD screen.
-Non-upgradeable 4GB RAM

If true, that significantly limits the machine's usefulness.
Still, depending on actual condition, it is very cheap.
Grade C at this price ..nahh
Thanks. Just bought 2!
got one of these for web browsing / media etc and its an excellent laptop.

It can be upgraded to 8gb but it isnt a FHD display.
What grade is this laptop ?
I have an acer with pretty much identical spec and it's frustratingly slow....even after a full factory reset.
90 day warranty is a bit mean; good cpu so may not need an ssd straight away (but windows10 works much better with an ssd...).
Access for hard drive upgrade very good. ** 10% code expires at midnight **
Edited by: "Musicrab" 4th Oct
horsepills04/10/2019 23:42

I have an acer with pretty much identical spec and it's frustratingly …I have an acer with pretty much identical spec and it's frustratingly slow....even after a full factory reset.


Assuming windows10, factory resets are a bad idea because the first thing windows will do is upgrade to latest version. Best to clean install yourself from the latest version here (don't do upgrade - download ISO to usb and clean install from that)
microsoft.com/en-…s10
horsepills04/10/2019 23:42

I have an acer with pretty much identical spec and it's frustratingly …I have an acer with pretty much identical spec and it's frustratingly slow....even after a full factory reset.



to be fair (and possibly a bit harsh) nobody should not be using a laptop with a hd now, an ssd will make such a difference

I run this Dell model with a mid spec ssd and its turned it into solid/quick performing laptop
TehJumpingJawa04/10/2019 23:03

According to this ( …According to this ( https://www.itproportal.com/reviews/hardware/dell-latitude-e5540-review/ ):+Full HD screen.-Non-upgradeable 4GB RAMIf true, that significantly limits the machine's usefulness.Still, depending on actual condition, it is very cheap.


you can upgrade it to 8gb, and stick an ssd drive in there. Sorted.
TehJumpingJawa04/10/2019 23:03

According to this ( …According to this ( https://www.itproportal.com/reviews/hardware/dell-latitude-e5540-review/ ):+Full HD screen.-Non-upgradeable 4GB RAMIf true, that significantly limits the machine's usefulness.Still, depending on actual condition, it is very cheap.


‘ITProPortal’ can’t even get it right - so much for the ‘Pro’. The E5540, as almost all of Dell’s Latitude range are, fully upgradeable - it has a big access door on the bottom and can definitely have its RAM swapped out. They can have various displays, they don’t all have full HD so don’t take that as a given.

dell.com/sup…2b&
Musicrab04/10/2019 23:49

Assuming windows10, factory resets are a bad idea because the first thing …Assuming windows10, factory resets are a bad idea because the first thing windows will do is upgrade to latest version. Best to clean install yourself from the latest version here (don't do upgrade - download ISO to usb and clean install from that)https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10



With Win 7 use to do fresh installs on upgrades but on Win !0 had no problems on upgrades till a few months ago were it crashed on restart but latest was no problem, saves the hassle of reinstalling all your software and just seem s just as fresh as a reinstall.
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