Dell Outlet (Refurb) XPS 13 9360 - i7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Touchscreen, Quad HD - £1,085.72 with new customer 10% off code - otherwise £1,206.35
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Dell Outlet (Refurb) XPS 13 9360 - i7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Touchscreen, Quad HD - £1,085.72 with new customer 10% off code - otherwise £1,206.35

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Found 8th Jan
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Tech Specs
  • XPS 13 - 9360
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-7500U (2 Core, 4MB Cache, up to 3.5 GHz,15W)
  • Windows 10 Home (64bit)
  • 16 GB Memory
  • 512GB PCIe Solid State Drive
  • Intel UHD Graphics
  • Software
  • Killer 1535 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1
  • Palmrest
  • 4-Cell 60 WHr Integrated Battery
  • 13.3 inch QHD+ (3200 x 1800) InfinityEdge touch display, Silver machined aluminum
  • Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Backlit Keyboard
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you_gotta_be_kidding2 m ago

A grand for a 7th gen refurb... What have you been smoking?


Couldn't see anything close with these specs, QHD display and touchscreen. If you know of something similar, please let me know, as I would buy new now.
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A grand for a 7th gen refurb... What have you been smoking?
you_gotta_be_kidding2 m ago

A grand for a 7th gen refurb... What have you been smoking?


Couldn't see anything close with these specs, QHD display and touchscreen. If you know of something similar, please let me know, as I would buy new now.
It's CES this week and the refresh is due to be announced, unless you 'need' it immediately, just wait to see to see what is announced.
Paid similar amount for my first PC over 17 years ago. Never again. Decent enough specs though.
Asura22 m ago

It's CES this week and the refresh is due to be announced, unless you …It's CES this week and the refresh is due to be announced, unless you 'need' it immediately, just wait to see to see what is announced.


Already announced and available to order.
XPS 13 (2018) round the corner. Price of the 7th and 8th gens will drop slightly and even more for the refurbs. These are great little machines, and have been consistently rated as the best ultrabooks on the market for the past 3 years.

I bought one and then work gave me one. Haven't touched a macbook since.

Still, heat added.
Search for the 8th gen models on the outlet store for not much more. Some good deals.
ooosh they are dropping! im tempted though I assume the price drop that the new xps is coming out?
Those 2 in 1 laptop is over priced, for same price you can get a much better gaming laptop, since this laptop use integrated gpu, its almost useless in gaming. but if you want a long battery life work laptop for office suite and internet browsing then you may as well choose laptop with mobile CPU like M3 like the MS surface or even macbook air
sion228 m ago

Those 2 in 1 laptop is over priced, for same price you can get a much …Those 2 in 1 laptop is over priced, for same price you can get a much better gaming laptop, since this laptop use integrated gpu, its almost useless in gaming. but if you want a long battery life work laptop for office suite and internet browsing then you may as well choose laptop with mobile CPU like M3 like the MS surface or even macbook air


Surface and Air with similar specs are double the price
I wouldn't pay over a grand for a refurb. That's.....

Edited by: "Cantona007" 8th Jan
spinach_pie25 m ago

Surface and Air with similar specs are double the price



Not saying this is not a good deal for what it is but i think these is pretty unbalanced in design. useless as gaming laptop. yet in everyday general usage, a cheaper, lower spec MS surface or similar will performance the same with the added benefit of M3 processor fanless design.
sion221 h, 24 m ago

Not saying this is not a good deal for what it is but i think these is …Not saying this is not a good deal for what it is but i think these is pretty unbalanced in design. useless as gaming laptop. yet in everyday general usage, a cheaper, lower spec MS surface or similar will performance the same with the added benefit of M3 processor fanless design.


The m3 is fine if you're just browsing the Web, watching YouTube etc.. But using any professional software it's pretty much useless - m.windowscentral.com/who…-m3

I don't know why anyone would buy one, if you're doing only basic tasks surely a tablet would do the same for cheaper?
Seriously you have to stop comparing this to other cheaper laptops, it’s like comparing a Peugeot 407 to a BMW M5...
Our company gave out a low power processor based laptop and it caused more problems than it was worth, it only really supported one application at a time. Managers trying to use large spreadsheets got very frustrated. So now we are all on i7 XPS13's with 16G of Ram and 256G SSD's. Fantastic machines, not for gaming, but then neither is a Mac Book and this directly competes with them.
Use a 15" XPS with 32gb RAM and a GTX960. Heavy adobe CC use.

Display is the same as this one and great (if a little over-saturated) and the general build is OK. We have 6 in total and each one has had atleast 1 battery replacement - they overheat and expand rendering the touch pad useless.

Doesn't perform anywhere as well as you would expect for the specs and mine in particular has a habbit of waking up when in my bag and getting VERY hot. (likely a windows problem...)

Depending on your use (i.e if you're a designer) I would invest the money in something else...
I returned my Dell XPS 13. 16gb of ram, 8th gen i7, 512 ssd. I bought it new for £1,084. I can't see any reason to pay £1200 for a refurbished 7th gen i7. Waiting for a new 2018 model, might give a try then. Voting this cold as it's way overpriced.
Had one of these when they first came out, for me the poor trackpad was a dealbreaker when using mobile a lot, if you're used to the accuracy and skip-free mac trackpad this is a poor in comparison. A great shame as the specs blow the Macs away on paper, I'm sure it'd be fine if you're using with a mouse though.
ndl8 m ago

I returned my Dell XPS 13. 16gb of ram, 8th gen i7, 512 ssd. I bought it …I returned my Dell XPS 13. 16gb of ram, 8th gen i7, 512 ssd. I bought it new for £1,084. I can't see any reason to pay £1200 for a refurbished 7th gen i7. Waiting for a new 2018 model, might give a try then. Voting this cold as it's way overpriced.


Did you buy it new from Dell or elsewhere?
spinach_pie10 m ago

Did you buy it new from Dell or elsewhere?


New from Dell during the Black Friday deals (or Cyber Monday). Mine didn't have QHD though, but I use it mostly in the office and matte screen in my opinion is better with all those lights above the head.

8th gen CPUs are more than twice as powerful compared to 7th gen, I would really advice against buying this one and would rather get 8th gen CPU with maybe a smaller hdd or FHD instead of QHD (which will add 4-6hrs to battery life as well).

Edit: the coil whine was unbearable (literally), that's why I returned it. Reviews are saying that the new model doesn't have it anymore. dell.com/en-…top and it's £100 off.
Edited by: "ndl" 9th Jan
ndl1 h, 25 m ago

New from Dell during the Black Friday deals (or Cyber Monday). Mine didn't …New from Dell during the Black Friday deals (or Cyber Monday). Mine didn't have QHD though, but I use it mostly in the office and matte screen in my opinion is better with all those lights above the head.8th gen CPUs are more than twice as powerful compared to 7th gen, I would really advice against buying this one and would rather get 8th gen CPU with maybe a smaller hdd or FHD instead of QHD (which will add 4-6hrs to battery life as well).Edit: the coil whine was unbearable (literally), that's why I returned it. Reviews are saying that the new model doesn't have it anymore. http://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/laptop-and-2-in-1-pcs/xps-13-laptop/spd/xps-13-9370-laptop and it's £100 off.


Thanks will check it out. Definitely want QHD though
twisted8920 h, 32 m ago

The m3 is fine if you're just browsing the Web, watching YouTube etc.. But …The m3 is fine if you're just browsing the Web, watching YouTube etc.. But using any professional software it's pretty much useless - https://m.windowscentral.com/who-should-buy-surface-pro-core-m3I don't know why anyone would buy one, if you're doing only basic tasks surely a tablet would do the same for cheaper?


I find the ULV processors just as useless with professional software, reviews frequently slate the Core-m for not being any good for gaming, 3D work, video editing etc. but having tried some of those with the ULV processor, it's just as useless. Furthermore, the cooling systems for a lot of the ULV processors are inadequate, I've had both the XPS 13 and the Latitude 12 E7240 with ULV processors and stopped using both as they ran uncomfortably hot making them unsuitable for use on a lap (that's with the vents clear) and they had constant, intrusive fan noise even when idling.

The Core-m processors are a lot more powerful than the tablets and not as far off the ULV processors as reviews suggest, unlike the ULV processors they can run entirely passively so no fan noise and they run without getting as hot either. I'm just glad I bought a Core-m machine before they got this undeserved 'rubbish' reputation as I think they're one of the better Intel processors have made in a while. I use Core-m for my portable machines and anything that needs more performance, I use a desktop and don't miss the slightly higher benchmark score for the ULV processors as they're still so painfully slow for anything remotely intensive that they're useless.
new ryzen laptops arriving may if you can wait starting from £579
spinach_pie8th Jan

Couldn't see anything close with these specs, QHD display and touchscreen. …Couldn't see anything close with these specs, QHD display and touchscreen. If you know of something similar, please let me know, as I would buy new now.

sion228th Jan

Those 2 in 1 laptop is over priced, for same price you can get a much …Those 2 in 1 laptop is over priced, for same price you can get a much better gaming laptop, since this laptop use integrated gpu, its almost useless in gaming. but if you want a long battery life work laptop for office suite and internet browsing then you may as well choose laptop with mobile CPU like M3 like the MS surface or even macbook air


Complete rubbish. The equivalent spec devices are a lot more than this, they can't game either, and not everybody is a gamer. This is perfect for bloggers, vloggers, video editors, photographers, students, frequent travellers, the list goes on, it's light, thin, almost bezel-less making it really compact, has USB c and USB A meaning no need for adapters and it should come with the Ethernet adapter in the box. So, in short, ignore that guy.
ndl9th Jan

New from Dell during the Black Friday deals (or Cyber Monday). Mine didn't …New from Dell during the Black Friday deals (or Cyber Monday). Mine didn't have QHD though, but I use it mostly in the office and matte screen in my opinion is better with all those lights above the head.8th gen CPUs are more than twice as powerful compared to 7th gen, I would really advice against buying this one and would rather get 8th gen CPU with maybe a smaller hdd or FHD instead of QHD (which will add 4-6hrs to battery life as well).Edit: the coil whine was unbearable (literally), that's why I returned it. Reviews are saying that the new model doesn't have it anymore. http://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/laptop-and-2-in-1-pcs/xps-13-laptop/spd/xps-13-9370-laptop and it's £100 off.


8th gen is definitely worth holding off for or spending the extra money, the coil whine is not unbearable for me, hardly notice it, so don't let that be a put off. John Lewis (where I work) were selling the xps 2-1 for 1099 (this spec I think I didn't really look thoroughly, it gets busy) so looks like they are being phased out for a new model, but a new model is going to cost the full normal price and yes it's better, by quite a bit, but it should be if if costs more so weight everything up. If you don't need the 2-1 get the 8th gen non touch screen, the screen is slightly less vibrant but you do get much better realistic battery
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