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Refurb Dell E5450 14.1'' i5-5200U 4GB 500GB Win 10 Laptop - Grade C £84.99 / 15.6'' Dell E5540 Laptop £88.39 with code @ Stockmustgo ebay
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Refurb Dell E5450 14.1'' i5-5200U 4GB 500GB Win 10 Laptop - Grade C £84.99 / 15.6'' Dell E5540 Laptop £88.39 with code @ Stockmustgo ebay

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Posted 20th Dec 2019

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Processor: Intel Core i5-5200U
Memory: 4GB RAM.
Hardrive: 500GB HDD.
Screen: 14.1”.
Resolution: 1600x900.
Graphics: Integrated Intel HD Graphics.
Operating System: Windows 10 Professional.
Optical Drive: DVD+RW.

Dell Latitude E5540 Intel Core i5 4GB 500GB Win 10 PRO Laptop £88.39 with code

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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This offer better than Coda Spirit Laptop laptop that got posted on here right? Sorry don't really know much about laptops.

Also out of the two you posted which processor/ overall would be a better buy? Battery life? thanks
Edited by: "MRR_ltd" 20th Dec 2019
This is used, the Coda is brand new.

If it's a gift for Christmas the Coda would be better option as it's shiny and new and won't have scratches, and crumbs in the keyboard.

If the laptop is for yourself then the Dell is the better laptop performance wise.
Agree with Deano - I've just bought one of the b grade ones with code for £91.79 just need it to run FM'12 and basic computing.

I5 is / was a decent processor to the best of my knowledge. Think these will be about 4 years old, but should still be better than the Coda which has 32gb storage v 500gb on this.
Edited by: "mightykaboosh" 20th Dec 2019
Grade c = scruffy.. poss u/s battery?
The two processors compared HERE.
This is basically my work laptop chassis and CPU/RAM (I have a 768p touch screen, no optical and an SSD instead). Solid, well built and nice to work on, but we got quoted near a grand per unit when these were new 3-4 years ago (it's a big corporate contract - there's about 30,000 Dell laptops/base units in the company give or take).

If you want an efficient plex server etc, this is a great option.
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cactusbrandy20/12/2019 10:32

This is basically my work laptop chassis and CPU/RAM (I have a 768p touch …This is basically my work laptop chassis and CPU/RAM (I have a 768p touch screen, no optical and an SSD instead). Solid, well built and nice to work on, but we got quoted near a grand per unit when these were new 3-4 years ago (it's a big corporate contract - there's about 30,000 Dell laptops/base units in the company give or take).If you want an efficient plex server etc, this is a great option.


which will be better? the 14" or 15.6"? thanks
Price has gone back up so its £99.99 now
Is this a touch screen?
urinthematrix20/12/2019 10:34

which will be better? the 14" or 15.6"? thanks


14.1 has a marginally better processor.
Deano46720/12/2019 06:24

This is used, the Coda is brand new. If it's a gift for Christmas the Coda …This is used, the Coda is brand new. If it's a gift for Christmas the Coda would be better option as it's shiny and new and won't have scratches, and crumbs in the keyboard.If the laptop is for yourself then the Dell is the better laptop performance wise.


Also Coda has usb c and m.2 slot .
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Ignoramus question here; if this is an i5-5200U, does the i5-5xxxU bold number relate to it being 5th Gen?

So an i10-10210U, the i10-10xxxU bold number refers to 10th Gen?
Out of stock
All grades out of stock.
Edited by: "Chris1910" 20th Dec 2019
I fell asleep, spent too much time deciding, if any come back in stock please let me know, thank you
Seems OO
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