Dell XPS 13 9360 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.3”, Full HD, Silver 3 yrs insurance £1034.95 at John Lewis
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Dell XPS 13 9360 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.3”, Full HD, Silver 3 yrs insurance £1034.95 at John Lewis

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Found 24th Mar
The highly stylish Dell XPS 13 9360 is a portable powerhouse laptop. With its 8th generation Intel i7 processor and 256GB Solid State Drive (SSD), the XPS 13 9360 will boot up in no time and breeze through your multitasking requirements with ease; it will additionally provide you with stunning images, thanks to the beautiful, Full HD, 13.3” InfinityEdge display.

Power processor
Fitted with an Intel 8th generation, Quad-Core i7 processor and 8GB of RAM, the Dell XPS 13 9360 will fly through your computing needs. With enough onboard power for you to work with multiple demanding applications open, you’ll happily experience flawless multitasking, without interruption.

Solid State Drive
Dell XPS 13 9360’s 256GB Solid State Drive gives you the capacity to store your documents and media, while ensuring quicker and reliable access to your files and programs. SSDs are far faster than regular hard drives. Ingeniously, SSDs don't use moving parts to work, which makes them far more dependable and also quieter.
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No for everyone. I don’t see how it’s a deal
shaildyp14 m ago

No for everyone. I don’t see how it’s a deal


It’s a massive saving of nearly £400 elsewhere
To expand:-
This is a brilliant deal if looking for a portable productivity machine. There is a new XPS they had come out. As a MacBook user I can tell you that in most workplaces living the dongle life is hell. As is having a glossy display if you’re working with text or code vs photo or video editing. I bought the i5 model of this at nearly this price from very with 20% back. I’m not 100% sure the 8th gen i7 at this level is worth the extra but it is still better and at this price a no brainer. The Matte display has been a godsend at university where it’s all fluorescent lighting and open spaces (either of which make even the best glossy displays hard to see). This also has better battery life then any other XPS due to 1080p and Matte and all the ports the new one doesn’t (including SD card). You can also swap the SSD out for a bigger one in either NVMe or just normal M2. I had a 512 M2 drive i put in. The 3 limitations are no upgrading RAM (though bigger SSD means can dual boot Linux and Windows) not pcie 4x lanes (so no max performance on external GPU vs new version) though I’d question gaming using this CPU anyway and possibly coil whine (got on mine but so minimal it’s a none issue and I notice these things!). There is a slight performance increase on the new model but having no normal ports is not good (and as a MacBook user I’ve been doing it for 2-3 years!). One downside is no HDMI out but bonus is USB C port you can use (only 1 dongle!) and also charge from (so can borrow MacBook chargers!). For real work in terms in text this model is in my opinion the best 13 inch laptop you can buy if only for amazing battery and a goodbye to eye strain. One more slight negative is that the screen isn’t sealed on matte version so dust can sometimes get stuck around edges. At this price you won’t get a better laptop for 90% of people for work.
cantonbean34 m ago

It’s a massive saving of nearly £400 elsewhere


more like £200 now...still a decent saving though plus JL support...
Picked up this model for £799 on Ebay 2 weeks ago brand new in sealed box, seller regulary has this model if you don't mind purchasing from there.
Dan200844 m ago

Picked up this model for £799 on Ebay 2 weeks ago brand new in sealed box, …Picked up this model for £799 on Ebay 2 weeks ago brand new in sealed box, seller regulary has this model if you don't mind purchasing from there.


Would be helpful if you said who the seller is
Dan20082 h, 58 m ago

Picked up this model for £799 on Ebay 2 weeks ago brand new in sealed box, …Picked up this model for £799 on Ebay 2 weeks ago brand new in sealed box, seller regulary has this model if you don't mind purchasing from there.


At that price it was probably refurbished but nothing wrong with that, I brought similar off there. Was it ecomputers you used?
paul11091 m ago

At that price it was probably refurbished but nothing wrong with that, I …At that price it was probably refurbished but nothing wrong with that, I brought similar off there. Was it ecomputers you used?


No it was brand new and sealed, I thought naming ebay members was prohibited? Unless that's another site i'm on lol.
paul11092 m ago

At that price it was probably refurbished but nothing wrong with that, I …At that price it was probably refurbished but nothing wrong with that, I brought similar off there. Was it ecomputers you used?


I had a look at ecomputers as their dell refurbished stuff is well priced. Couldn’t see anything that meets these specs for the xps 13 for under a grand.
Dan20085 h, 36 m ago

No it was brand new and sealed, I thought naming ebay members was …No it was brand new and sealed, I thought naming ebay members was prohibited? Unless that's another site i'm on lol.


Well you could link to the completed item and we can work it out from there.
Stitch1237 m ago

Well you could link to the completed item and we can work it out from …Well you could link to the completed item and we can work it out from there.



ebay.co.uk/itm…382
Dan20081 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-9360-XPS-13-13-3-inch-Full-HD-Intel-i7-8550U-8GB-RAM-256GB-SSD-RRP-1-140-/222842030382



But that was an auction
Dan20084 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-9360-XPS-13-13-3-inch-Full-HD-Intel-i7-8550U-8GB-RAM-256GB-SSD-RRP-1-140-/222842030382


Thanks, I’ve saved the seller. Everything okay with it for future reference? It’s good to find reliable sellers on eBay.

Although the one you linked to was a 7th gen i7. I note the seller actually sold an 8th gen for £799 as a buy it now - hope you got the 8th gen.

Edit again - the one you linked to says 8th gen it title but 7th gen in the ‘processor type’ field. I’m guessing you got an 8th gen?
Edited by: "Stitch123" 24th Mar
Stitch1235 m ago

Thanks, I’ve saved the seller. Everything okay with it for future r …Thanks, I’ve saved the seller. Everything okay with it for future reference? It’s good to find reliable sellers on eBay.

Yes 8th Gen, registered with Dell as soon as I got it and no problems at all.

The one I linked was an auction but he has sold 3 in the last 5 weeks for £799 buy it now price, he also have different variant's if you check his latest feedback
Edited by: "Dan2008" 24th Mar
cantonbean24th Mar

more like £200 now...still a decent saving though plus JL support...


Jl support = crap
The QHD version of this machine cost me 700ish from Amazon two days ago (Warehouse). Used - Very good.

It's in perfect condition.
pokerhander25th Mar

The QHD version of this machine cost me 700ish from Amazon two days ago …The QHD version of this machine cost me 700ish from Amazon two days ago (Warehouse). Used - Very good.It's in perfect condition.


What is your opinion on it so far? I heard the QHD drains more battery and some apps wont work well on it? I don't know whether to take the plunge or not.

Also do you notice any coil whine etc?
Edited by: "sazal" 27th Mar
I have the QHD XPS 15 model and I don't have many apps that won't work. Windows 10 (latest updates) is able to scale pretty much all applications, including old ones, and new settings are available. I don't think 4K screens with Windows 10 is an issue anymore...
Edited by: "tomtomato" 8th Apr
sazal27th Mar

What is your opinion on it so far? I heard the QHD drains more battery and …What is your opinion on it so far? I heard the QHD drains more battery and some apps wont work well on it? I don't know whether to take the plunge or not.Also do you notice any coil whine etc?

No doubt QHD drains battery faster. That's obvious. I don't have the comparator to say anything sensible, though.
No problems with any apps so far, and as @tomtomato says, scaling is very good - much better than I expected.

Also, don't notice any coil whine. And I've listened!
pokerhander11 h, 43 m ago

No doubt QHD drains battery faster. That's obvious. I don't have the …No doubt QHD drains battery faster. That's obvious. I don't have the comparator to say anything sensible, though.No problems with any apps so far, and as @tomtomato says, scaling is very good - much better than I expected.Also, don't notice any coil whine. And I've listened!


Apparently, significant progress has been made regarding power/battery consumption on the new 4K screens used on the 2018 Dell XPS 15 laptops...
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