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Dell Latitude E7250 Intel i5-5300U 2.30Ghz 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Win 10 Pro (Renewed) - LaptopUnder 500

Dell Latitude E7250 Intel i5-5300U 2.30Ghz 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Win 10 Pro (Renewed)

Description

★★★★★
$129.00
Buy now
amazon.com

Features

  • Standing screen display size: ‎12.5 Inches
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1366 x 768
  • Processor: ‎2.3 GHz apple_ci5
  • RAM: ‎8 GB DDR4
  • Memory Speed: ‎2.3 GHz
  • Hard Drive: ‎256 GB Flash Memory Solid State
  • Graphics Coprocessor: ‎Intel HD Graphics
  • Chipset Brand: ‎Intel
  • Card Description: ‎Integrated
  • Wireless Type: ‎802.11ac

Description

  • Core i5 5300U 2.3GHZ
  • 8GB DDR3 Ram
  • 256GB Solid State Hard Drive
  • Windows 10 Professional
  • Optional WebCam

User reviews

This is very good model at a very good price point. It would have made a really good travel computer had it worked out. It didn't. I got the machine out of the box, and booted it up. It loaded Windows 10, and everything was looking pretty good. But, to be sure I brought up the pre-boot menu (tapping on F-12 when you see the Dell Logo), and ran the diagnostics. Immediately alarms went off when testing the Solid State Drive with a critical error (2000-0151) indicating that the SSD was about to die, and needed to be replaced. Bummer. I immediately arranged for a return of the defective computer. The vendor did a good job processing the refund. But, this problem shouldn't have been there to begin with. Somehow the vendor's technician didn't spot it. Apparently, the computer's SSD wasn't even checked. The signed checklist that came with the shipment includes CPU, RAM, optical drives, screen resolution and etc; but there is no mention of checking the SSD. Had I not thought to run the diagnostics, I wouldn't have seen this flaw either. It makes me wonder how many customers are actually checking such things. So, this is what I recommend: whenever you buy a "certified refurbished" computer from Amazon, run the Diagnostics immediately. If the tests all pass, you've got a good computer for a good price. If the tests fail, you only have the inconvenience of sending back the unit.
I've used a number of Dell products in the past. My main computer is a Latitude E6540, weighing in at a hefty 6.5 lbs. My company recently issued me a Latitude 5590, somewhat lighter and much faster. Both are 15". I thought at first that the E7250 had an identical key board (not including the numeric keypad on the right) to the 5590. However, in measuring from the "tilde" to the "backspace", I find the 5590 is 10.75 inches and the E7250 is 10.25...not much compromise given the size of the E7250. I am very pleased with performance, compared to my E6540. I expect most of the video issues I experience are related to my 10MB DSL rather than the computer itself. I left the E7250 in "sleep" mode last night and found I had 90% battery in the AM. The small screen size...adequate for what I need...is more than compensated by the light weight of this unit. Best of all, it fits in my E6540 docking station, so I can use it easily with my KVM and large monitor when I'm sitting at home.Update: After working with it before, the smaller size of the keyboard becomes more apparent. I find I have to be aware of initial finger placement and "think small" when typing. However, it is very usable. The other note is that battery life continues to be great. I use the computer intermittently, using sleep mode often...and don't recharge for three or four days. "Booting" up after sleep mode is very quick. I'm still very pleased with this little machine.
Why should I buy an expensive computer when I can have this for a small price! This computer is excellent and it outperforms my newer Inspiron 11 (3152) in performance. The laptop looks and works great. I installed an 8Gb RAM module that I had sitting in a drawer and now I have a 16GB RAM machine. The back shows some wear (I don't care, I don't look on the back anyway) but the palmrest looks brand new. I don't care it is not touch, but, as my little daughter says "touch screens are for tablets and phones". I Will never buy a new computer again.


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Dell Latitude E7250 Intel i5-5300U 2.30Ghz 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Win 10 Pro (Renewed)

Description

★★★★★
$82.00
Buy now
amazon.com

Features

  • Standing screen display size: ‎12.5 Inches
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1366 x 768
  • Processor: ‎2.3 GHz apple_ci5
  • RAM: ‎8 GB DDR4
  • Memory Speed: ‎2.3 GHz
  • Hard Drive: ‎256 GB Flash Memory Solid State
  • Graphics Coprocessor: ‎Intel HD Graphics
  • Chipset Brand: ‎Intel
  • Card Description: ‎Integrated
  • Wireless Type: ‎802.11ac

Description

  • Core i5 5300U 2.3GHZ
  • 8GB DDR3 Ram
  • 256GB Solid State Hard Drive
  • Windows 10 Professional
  • Optional WebCam

User reviews

This is very good model at a very good price point. It would have made a really good travel computer had it worked out. It didn't. I got the machine out of the box, and booted it up. It loaded Windows 10, and everything was looking pretty good. But, to be sure I brought up the pre-boot menu (tapping on F-12 when you see the Dell Logo), and ran the diagnostics. Immediately alarms went off when testing the Solid State Drive with a critical error (2000-0151) indicating that the SSD was about to die, and needed to be replaced. Bummer. I immediately arranged for a return of the defective computer. The vendor did a good job processing the refund. But, this problem shouldn't have been there to begin with. Somehow the vendor's technician didn't spot it. Apparently, the computer's SSD wasn't even checked. The signed checklist that came with the shipment includes CPU, RAM, optical drives, screen resolution and etc; but there is no mention of checking the SSD. Had I not thought to run the diagnostics, I wouldn't have seen this flaw either. It makes me wonder how many customers are actually checking such things. So, this is what I recommend: whenever you buy a "certified refurbished" computer from Amazon, run the Diagnostics immediately. If the tests all pass, you've got a good computer for a good price. If the tests fail, you only have the inconvenience of sending back the unit.
I've used a number of Dell products in the past. My main computer is a Latitude E6540, weighing in at a hefty 6.5 lbs. My company recently issued me a Latitude 5590, somewhat lighter and much faster. Both are 15". I thought at first that the E7250 had an identical key board (not including the numeric keypad on the right) to the 5590. However, in measuring from the "tilde" to the "backspace", I find the 5590 is 10.75 inches and the E7250 is 10.25...not much compromise given the size of the E7250. I am very pleased with performance, compared to my E6540. I expect most of the video issues I experience are related to my 10MB DSL rather than the computer itself. I left the E7250 in "sleep" mode last night and found I had 90% battery in the AM. The small screen size...adequate for what I need...is more than compensated by the light weight of this unit. Best of all, it fits in my E6540 docking station, so I can use it easily with my KVM and large monitor when I'm sitting at home.Update: After working with it before, the smaller size of the keyboard becomes more apparent. I find I have to be aware of initial finger placement and "think small" when typing. However, it is very usable. The other note is that battery life continues to be great. I use the computer intermittently, using sleep mode often...and don't recharge for three or four days. "Booting" up after sleep mode is very quick. I'm still very pleased with this little machine.
Why should I buy an expensive computer when I can have this for a small price! This computer is excellent and it outperforms my newer Inspiron 11 (3152) in performance. The laptop looks and works great. I installed an 8Gb RAM module that I had sitting in a drawer and now I have a 16GB RAM machine. The back shows some wear (I don't care, I don't look on the back anyway) but the palmrest looks brand new. I don't care it is not touch, but, as my little daughter says "touch screens are for tablets and phones". I Will never buy a new computer again.


View all reviews

Dell Latitude E7250 Intel i5-5300U 2.30Ghz 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Win 10 Pro (Renewed)

Description

★★★★★
$142.00
Buy now
amazon.com

Features

  • Standing screen display size: ‎12.5 Inches
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1366 x 768
  • Processor: ‎2.3 GHz apple_ci5
  • RAM: ‎8 GB DDR4
  • Memory Speed: ‎2.3 GHz
  • Hard Drive: ‎256 GB Flash Memory Solid State
  • Graphics Coprocessor: ‎Intel HD Graphics
  • Chipset Brand: ‎Intel
  • Card Description: ‎Integrated
  • Wireless Type: ‎802.11ac

Description

  • Core i5 5300U 2.3GHZ
  • 8GB DDR3 Ram
  • 256GB Solid State Hard Drive
  • Windows 10 Professional
  • Optional WebCam

User reviews

This is very good model at a very good price point. It would have made a really good travel computer had it worked out. It didn't. I got the machine out of the box, and booted it up. It loaded Windows 10, and everything was looking pretty good. But, to be sure I brought up the pre-boot menu (tapping on F-12 when you see the Dell Logo), and ran the diagnostics. Immediately alarms went off when testing the Solid State Drive with a critical error (2000-0151) indicating that the SSD was about to die, and needed to be replaced. Bummer. I immediately arranged for a return of the defective computer. The vendor did a good job processing the refund. But, this problem shouldn't have been there to begin with. Somehow the vendor's technician didn't spot it. Apparently, the computer's SSD wasn't even checked. The signed checklist that came with the shipment includes CPU, RAM, optical drives, screen resolution and etc; but there is no mention of checking the SSD. Had I not thought to run the diagnostics, I wouldn't have seen this flaw either. It makes me wonder how many customers are actually checking such things. So, this is what I recommend: whenever you buy a "certified refurbished" computer from Amazon, run the Diagnostics immediately. If the tests all pass, you've got a good computer for a good price. If the tests fail, you only have the inconvenience of sending back the unit.
I've used a number of Dell products in the past. My main computer is a Latitude E6540, weighing in at a hefty 6.5 lbs. My company recently issued me a Latitude 5590, somewhat lighter and much faster. Both are 15". I thought at first that the E7250 had an identical key board (not including the numeric keypad on the right) to the 5590. However, in measuring from the "tilde" to the "backspace", I find the 5590 is 10.75 inches and the E7250 is 10.25...not much compromise given the size of the E7250. I am very pleased with performance, compared to my E6540. I expect most of the video issues I experience are related to my 10MB DSL rather than the computer itself. I left the E7250 in "sleep" mode last night and found I had 90% battery in the AM. The small screen size...adequate for what I need...is more than compensated by the light weight of this unit. Best of all, it fits in my E6540 docking station, so I can use it easily with my KVM and large monitor when I'm sitting at home.Update: After working with it before, the smaller size of the keyboard becomes more apparent. I find I have to be aware of initial finger placement and "think small" when typing. However, it is very usable. The other note is that battery life continues to be great. I use the computer intermittently, using sleep mode often...and don't recharge for three or four days. "Booting" up after sleep mode is very quick. I'm still very pleased with this little machine.
Why should I buy an expensive computer when I can have this for a small price! This computer is excellent and it outperforms my newer Inspiron 11 (3152) in performance. The laptop looks and works great. I installed an 8Gb RAM module that I had sitting in a drawer and now I have a 16GB RAM machine. The back shows some wear (I don't care, I don't look on the back anyway) but the palmrest looks brand new. I don't care it is not touch, but, as my little daughter says "touch screens are for tablets and phones". I Will never buy a new computer again.


View all reviews

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