Dell XPS 13 Touch screen 16 GB RAM 512GB SSD- Brand New @ Currys ebay £999.97
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Dell XPS 13 Touch screen 16 GB RAM 512GB SSD- Brand New @ Currys ebay £999.97

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Found 31st Mar
Seems a decent price for an XPS 13 i7 with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. and it’s brand new.
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Probably worth mentioning it’s 7th gen i7 so only dual core and that’s why Currys have it on clearance. If this doesn’t bother you, it’s a lot of spec for the money but you can get the 9360R or 9370 with 8th gen quad-core for this price or less at Outlet or similar.
Edited by: "plewis00" 31st Mar
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Seems a good deal to me OP. Heat applied!
Not a bad deal at all, note however, this is the older 7th gen processor and some may be after 8th gen
Probably worth mentioning it’s 7th gen i7 so only dual core and that’s why Currys have it on clearance. If this doesn’t bother you, it’s a lot of spec for the money but you can get the 9360R or 9370 with 8th gen quad-core for this price or less at Outlet or similar.
Edited by: "plewis00" 31st Mar
Now OOS it will seem
Good laptops however the downside is the over sensitive track pad. Can be rather annoying when typing the cursor randomly jumps as your hand weaves over the touchpad
not i7 gen 8
yw21262 m ago

not i7 gen 8


Cool, you find one for this price then.
Out of stock.
All gone, but this was a billy bargain with 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD and the Quad HD screen.
plewis003 h, 5 m ago

Probably worth mentioning it’s 7th gen i7 so only dual core and that’s why …Probably worth mentioning it’s 7th gen i7 so only dual core and that’s why Currys have it on clearance. If this doesn’t bother you, it’s a lot of spec for the money but you can get the 9360R or 9370 with 8th gen quad-core for this price or less at Outlet or similar.



Id pay the extra for a quad core. I’ve got the original dual core version and it’s not fast enough really.
Horrorwood58 m ago

Cool, you find one for this price then.


They’re available on Dell Outlet - that’s where I got mine from. I got the 9360R with the standard FHD anti-glare display for £800, it’s still a very good panel, doesn’t ravage the battery and I don’t really get touchscreens on ultrabooks so it’s lost on me.
alasrati31st Mar

All gone, but this was a billy bargain with 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD and the …All gone, but this was a billy bargain with 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD and the Quad HD screen.


Yeah it was a bit of a beast. I actually would have preferred it to my surface pro I think which I never use as a tablet.
yw21262 h, 51 m ago

not i7 gen 8


That’s personal preference. When 9th generation comes out you would then want that. But for this price a brand new laptop of such specs is a bargain.
Edited by: "gunner5704" 31st Mar
ammodevgun3 h, 21 m ago

Good laptops however the downside is the over sensitive track pad. Can be …Good laptops however the downside is the over sensitive track pad. Can be rather annoying when typing the cursor randomly jumps as your hand weaves over the touchpad


Used MacBook pro before and can say the XPS 13 is a wonderful laptop, worthy competitor. HOWEVER like you say, trackpad is central to everything and it just doesn't compete with MBP. There is also coil whine...
Dunno about the 7th gen, but 8th gen with a Quad HD screen tops 10 hours of battery life easily. It’s a far nicer panel than the FHD (not that the FHD is poor in any way), and I’d choose better screen over a CPU upgrade at the same price, but whatever floats your boat.
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