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    • Ah the Saturday morning “ other reason” downvoter
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    • stephroll wrote: Ah the Saturday morning “ other reason” downvoter
      If Restocking fees exist like their policy states, then I would say it's not worth it and the 'Other' reason is valid.
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    • User131439 wrote: If Restocking fees exist like their policy states, then I would say it's not worth it and the 'Other' reason is valid.
      I thought people voted according to deal posted , not return policy?
      If you don’t agree with return policy , you wouldn’t buy anyways , doesn’t warrant a downvote sheesh
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    • Keep them coming, I am excited. Personally still resist since I have already own too many
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    • How u get the "uniday" $100off? Thx!
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    • pepsi86 wrote: can someone confirm dells return policy?

      https://www.dell.com/learn/ca/en/cacorp ... es-returns

      so, I can only return if purchased if unopened and they charge a 15% restocking fee?
      that seems steep if I need to return.
      My son bought an XPS 13 a few weeks ago and wasn't happy with it. He was able to return it without the 15% fee. He simply told them about the build issues (a slight bulge on the palmrest) and functional problems (periodically drops wifi, occasional screen flickers).

      Realistically, if your only reason for returning a product is that you're experiencing buyer's remorse, you *should* be charged a restocking fee. You're costing the company money.
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    • retrothing wrote: My son bought an XPS 13 a few weeks ago and wasn't happy with it. He was able to return it without the 15% fee. He simply told them about the build issues (a slight bulge on the palmrest) and functional problems (periodically drops wifi, occasional screen flickers).

      Realistically, if your only reason for returning a product is that you're experiencing buyer's remorse, you *should* be charged a restocking fee. You're costing the company money.
      This is correct, gentlemen.

      I've heard the following be accepted with full refund.
      - Hardware incompatibility through I/O
      - Software incompatibility through stock OS
      - Hardware defect

      The list goes on.

      Do not suggest that you've opened the laptop or attempted to upgrade it. Ship it back with stock parts.
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    • No Graphics card pass
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    • How's the display? Full RGB?
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    • How fast is the guy for these ryzens?
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    • I normally loathe to consider Dell laptops (particularly the XPS line) based on experience with their common use of Killer wifi chips. Thankfully this model doesn't have it.
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    • Having purchased a Dell XPS 15 and an HP ProBook within the last year, [...].

      The XPS is a beautiful machine. And considering the price, the ProBook is incredible value and looks to be pretty well built.

      I've always stayed away from Acer, though.

      Most brands have crap lines. Just make sure you do your research and avoid those.
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    • The Toyota Corolla of laptops.

      I have owned 4 different Inspirion 15s over the decade (all RFD recommendations) and they've all been great. I find their price point and value to be very good. You're not getting all the bells and whistles with these machines but if you're not big into games then you should find these laptops more than adequate for at least 3 years. Someone's going to reply to this thread and tell you 8GB is not enough and I'm going to disagree with them on that.

      From a reliability standpoint, everything has been good except I had a fan issue on a laptop about 2 years into owning one. I took it to an independent shop in the city and fixed it for 60 bucks.

      Hope this helps. Good luck. Filter the noise and buy the machine that's right for you.
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    • The Ryzen 4700U passmark is nearly 14,000.

      It's 25% faster than the 4500U and twice as fast as the previous 3700U.

      I'm fighting the urge to buy this right now with Unidays.

      I already have 32GB DDR4 3200Mhz CL16 SODIMM (2x16Gb) ready for this puppy. I was considering 64GB, but at that point it's just bragging rights.

      2020 with a Ryzen 4700U + 32GB.

      Maybe 2021 with a 5700U + 64GB.
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    • retrothing wrote: My son bought an XPS 13 a few weeks ago and wasn't happy with it. He was able to return it without the 15% fee. He simply told them about the build issues (a slight bulge on the palmrest) and functional problems (periodically drops wifi, occasional screen flickers).
      the usual problems plaguing the XPS 13. i'm lucky mine only suffer the periodical wifi drops. if your son still wants a XPS, the 15 is the one i'd recommend. yes, it is bigger and heavier but he'll be able to replace the wifi card by something much better as it is not soldered like in the 13. as for the rest, it's mostly luck of the draw
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: The Ryzen 4700U passmark is nearly 14,000.

      It's 25% faster than the 4500U and twice as fast as the previous 3700U.

      I'm fighting the urge to buy this right now with Unidays.

      I already have 32GB DDR4 3200Mhz CL16 SODIMM (2x16Gb) ready for this puppy. I was considering 64GB, but at that point it's just bragging rights.

      2020 with a Ryzen 4700U + 32GB.

      Maybe 2021 with a 5700U + 64GB.
      How are you managing to get a unidays code??
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    • 50centdollars wrote: Most brands have crap lines. Just make sure you do your research and avoid those.
      Totally agree, and even their top lines can have build issues, because at the end of the day they're designed and built by humans and we all make mistakes sometimes.

      I recently bought a few different Lenovo ideapad and they all had build issues.
      Out company also just bought a whole new batch of thinkpads and one out of the ten had a build issue.

      Yeah I don't know why Dell insists on putting killer wifi on the XPS range... I recently bought a new xps13 which I returned coz the wifi would keep randomly disconnecting once/twice a day.
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    • How would I go about getting a unidays code?
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    • electric0ant wrote: Totally agree, and even their top lines can have build issues, because at the end of the day they're designed and built by humans and we all make mistakes sometimes.

      I recently bought a few different Lenovo ideapad and they all had build issues.
      Out company also just bought a whole new batch of thinkpads and one out of the ten had a build issue.

      Yeah I don't know why Dell insists on putting killer wifi on the XPS range... I recently bought a new xps13 which I returned coz the wifi would keep randomly disconnecting once/twice a day.
      I did a fresh OS and driver install on mine - I do this on all my new machines - and so far fortunately haven't had any issues. I agree though, would prefer Intel wifi.
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