Dell XPS 13 9350 Laptop, i7 6500U 16GB DDR3 512GB SSD QHD+ (3200 x 1800) Touch £999  EBAY UK / laptek
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Dell XPS 13 9350 Laptop, i7 6500U 16GB DDR3 512GB SSD QHD+ (3200 x 1800) Touch £999 EBAY UK / laptek

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Found 11th Jan 2016
“This is product that has been returned to Dell for a variety of reasons including cancellations and specifications changes. All products have been tested and repackaged to Dell standards. Dell also include 1 Year Warranty”

Dell XPS 13 9350 laptop
Intel® Core™ i7-6500U (4M Cache, 2.5GHZ With Turbo up to 3.1GHz)
16 GB DDR3 1866 MHz RAM
512 GB SSD,
13.3 inch QHD+ (3200 x 1800) Infinity Edge Touch Display
Windows 10 Home
Dell WiFi-1820A + Bluetooth 4.1
1 Year Dell Warranty
Dimensions & Weight
Height: 0.33 – 0.6" (9-15mm) | Width: 11.98" (304mm) | Depth: 7.88" (235mm) | Weight: 2.9lbs (1.29kg) touch

Express Mainland UK Delivery Free and £9.99 to N/Ireland
Quantity 3 remaining out of original listing of 4 at time of posting deal.
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Nice. Sadly likely to go cold though as someone will invariably compare it to some clevo chassis based plastic Gaming laptop with a better GPU and more storage for £200 less....

That seems to be the problem when posting Ultra-book deals on here but the Dell XPS range is genuinely beautifully built and worth the extra money. I had the XPS 15 which I returned to buy this instead. The XPS 13 is so portable and with the quality and technology to match. Perfect Ultrabook for me and at £999 plus a tenner post was too good to miss.
Uridium

Nice. Sadly likely to go cold though as someone will invariably compare … Nice. Sadly likely to go cold though as someone will invariably compare it to some clevo chassis based plastic Gaming laptop with a better GPU and more storage for £200 less....



Harrumph, harrumph, HARRUMPH!
Looks beastly
Would personally rather go for something like this:
http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/7559-8045-Dell-Inspiron-15-7000_1856981.html

Although if size and a touchscreen are important to you over a dedicated GPU and quad core then fair enough.
AaronSOLDIER

Would personally rather go for something like … Would personally rather go for something like this:http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/7559-8045-Dell-Inspiron-15-7000_1856981.htmlAlthough if size and a touchscreen are important to you over a dedicated GPU and quad core then fair enough.




My old device was a Dell Inspiron 7537 and was a great Laptop but just too heavy at almost twice the weight of the XPS 13. The light weight, decent spec and high quality materials is what makes these attractive device.
AaronSOLDIER

Would personally rather go for something like … Would personally rather go for something like this:http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/7559-8045-Dell-Inspiron-15-7000_1856981.htmlAlthough if size and a touchscreen are important to you over a dedicated GPU and quad core then fair enough.



​The design is the reason the XPS is my choice. don't care for touchscreen. Size is bonus
any deals on a XPS 15?
AaronSOLDIER

Would personally rather go for something like … Would personally rather go for something like this:http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/7559-8045-Dell-Inspiron-15-7000_1856981.htmlAlthough if size and a touchscreen are important to you over a dedicated GPU and quad core then fair enough.



That's a 15 inch. Can you get those specs in the 13 inch screen?
Cold.

Firstly, it's a Dell Outlet machine anyone could have got.

Secondly, it will not have 12 months warranty by the time you get it. The warranty starts running when the eBay seller receives it from Dell.
repouk

Cold.Firstly, it's a Dell Outlet machine anyone could have got.Secondly, … Cold.Firstly, it's a Dell Outlet machine anyone could have got.Secondly, it will not have 12 months warranty by the time you get it. The warranty starts running when the eBay seller receives it from Dell.




It is also £400 less expensive than the equivalent machine direct from Dell UK. I can sacrifice a few days of my Warranty for that. My last Dell machine was also an outlet device "the one I am replying to you now with and the machine of my daily usage for the last 2 years"
Edited by: "adamski8080" 11th Jan 2016
Is the touchpad on this any good? In particular, when compared to a Macbook?

Thanks
Worth noting it's refurbished... And only 3 available...
chris2010uk

Is the touchpad on this any good? In particular, when compared to a … Is the touchpad on this any good? In particular, when compared to a Macbook?Thanks



http://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-XPS-13-9350-InfinityEdge-Ultrabook-Review.153376.0.html

Touchpad
The Precision touchpad is also once again excellent, and yet again unchanged from the previous model. To quickly summarize our previous impressions, it’s accurate, smooth, sufficiently large, and it features very good integrated buttons. Gestures are once again flawlessly interpreted.
Ninjasquirrel5

Worth noting it's refurbished... And only 3 available...



Please read the listing. Both of these things are clearly covered.
adamski8080

Please read the listing. Both of these things are clearly covered.


My bad.
repouk

Cold.Firstly, it's a Dell Outlet machine anyone could have got.Secondly, … Cold.Firstly, it's a Dell Outlet machine anyone could have got.Secondly, it will not have 12 months warranty by the time you get it. The warranty starts running when the eBay seller receives it from Dell.


I bought my XPS 15 from an Ebay seller just before Xmas. The one year warranty activated the day I received it when I first logged in. Mine was new though. Not sure about Dell refurbished.
Let's not forget this has a pretty awesome SSD in it, 512GB NVMe PCIE-3, roughly 1050MBs read speed, and 240k IOps. Roughly £200, on its own.
repouk

Cold.Firstly, it's a Dell Outlet machine anyone could have got.Secondly, … Cold.Firstly, it's a Dell Outlet machine anyone could have got.Secondly, it will not have 12 months warranty by the time you get it. The warranty starts running when the eBay seller receives it from Dell.



It is perfectly possible to go direct to Dell and buy outlet machines without them ever appearing on the outlet website, presumably that's how so many start their warranty the moment the customer registers the device. I used to buy from the outlet as part of my job.

mike
Ice cold, not a proper i7.
Terribly under powered.
mbuckhurst

It is perfectly possible to go direct to Dell and buy outlet machines … It is perfectly possible to go direct to Dell and buy outlet machines without them ever appearing on the outlet website, presumably that's how so many start their warranty the moment the customer registers the device. I used to buy from the outlet as part of my job.mike



Do you mind if I PM you on this?
5nowman

Do you mind if I PM you on this?


To do that don't you need to buy in bulk (10 - 15 per batch) direct from Dell via their internal auctions or have they stopped that?
AaronSOLDIER

Would personally rather go for something like … Would personally rather go for something like this:http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/7559-8045-Dell-Inspiron-15-7000_1856981.htmlAlthough if size and a touchscreen are important to you over a dedicated GPU and quad core then fair enough.



Wish that was a smaller form factor
Agharta

To do that don't you need to buy in bulk (10 - 15 per batch) direct from … To do that don't you need to buy in bulk (10 - 15 per batch) direct from Dell via their internal auctions or have they stopped that?



I dunno. Mbuckhurst might know.
Nesima

Ice cold, not a proper i7.Terribly under powered.



Yes, it is a proper i7. Intel decides what constitutes an i7, not you.
candyman86

any deals on a XPS 15?



Looking for this too.. xps 15 with the new processor. No deals anywhere... Dell keeping the prices high.
i would never shell out £1k on any computer with integrated graphics and a 13 inch screen.
akbar2k7

i would never shell out £1k on any computer with integrated graphics and … i would never shell out £1k on any computer with integrated graphics and a 13 inch screen.



Good for you.
chris2010uk

Is the touchpad on this any good? In particular, when compared to a … Is the touchpad on this any good? In particular, when compared to a Macbook?Thanks



All touchpads are dire...
Bette with an apple machine
hiezra

Bette with an apple machine



Who is this Bette and what apple machine do they have?
hiezra

Bette with an apple machine


Is that you Frank?
Agharta

Is that you Frank?



http://bestworst.blogspot.co.uk/fairy5new.jpg
Very attractive price for this, about 6 months ago I tossed and turned between this model but lower spec (i7+8G)
and the MBP 13' (i5+16G). Although eventually I went for the MBP because I mainly need larger memory. The XPS 13 is lighter, thinner and better performance.
AaronSOLDIER

Would personally rather go for something like … Would personally rather go for something like this:http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/7559-8045-Dell-Inspiron-15-7000_1856981.htmlAlthough if size and a touchscreen are important to you over a dedicated GPU and quad core then fair enough.



As others have said already, far lighter.........but also there is a huge difference between their inspiron range which is basically aimed at consumers and those on a budget against the xps range which is aimed at those willing to splash or at businesses.

If you had both side by side you can tell the difference in quality between the two, in terms of the chasis and build quality.
clicked on expire as it has now expired. what a price. Will need to let us know if more appear!
I got last years XPS13 very recently, 8gb ram, i5 broadwell and 256 ssd, with 3200 x1800 touch screen, imported from USA for about £750 all in including postage/import/exchange fees. It was advertised as a certified refurb, The laptop is literally brand new... I think dell were releasing unsold stock without upsetting the market by stating them as refurbs due to the new skywell.
The laptops are beautiful and the screen is amazing. I'm very happy with it, plays Civ 5 great too!
b3atts

I think dell were releasing unsold stock without upsetting the market by … I think dell were releasing unsold stock without upsetting the market by stating them as refurbs due to the new skywell.


Is that some kind of Broadwell/Skylake hybrid?
UnknownConcept

but also there is a huge difference between their inspiron range which is … but also there is a huge difference between their inspiron range which is basically aimed at consumers and those on a budget against the xps range which is aimed at those willing to splash or at businesses.



Unless someone wants performance over size and weight. Personally I'll take the former but as I originally said, it depends what you want. I'd take performance any day + it's cheaper.
AaronSOLDIER

Unless someone wants performance over size and weight. Personally I'll … Unless someone wants performance over size and weight. Personally I'll take the former but as I originally said, it depends what you want. I'd take performance any day + it's cheaper.


That insperon has ddrm3 and the xps has 4. Also they have the same graphics card. Ive ordered the xps15 quad core i7, yes its almost double the price but the performance is the same as the 15-7000
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