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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 209187 16-Mar-2017 23:43
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I have a Dell XPS 13 purchased in USA in August 2016. 
Very very little use, we actually opened it in December and the only use of it was to browse some websites using Chrome browser. 
Battery life is excellent, it seems like it is always on :) Very comfortable keyboard and Backlit and Touch screen infinity edge display is a treat. 
Offers welcome, I have listed it on TM as well but prefer to sell directly where possible. 
I will provide the receipt for proof of purchase which has serial number etc. 
Dell XPS 13" InfinityEdge Touch Screen Display

- 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-6200U Processor (3M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz)

- 8GB LPDDR3-1866MHz

- 128GB Solid State Drive

- Windows 10 Home 64-bit English

- Intel® HD Graphics 520

- 13.3” FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge touch display

- Wireless DW1820A 2x2 802.11ac 2.4/5GHz + Bluetooth4.1

- 56wHR, 4-Cell Battery

- Backlit Keyboard, English

- 45 Watt AC Adaptor

Please PM me to discuss on any offers. We are selling this only because it is not being used and we can probably survive with a chrome book or a NUC. 

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  Reply # 1740635 17-Mar-2017 10:00
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your expectations please

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  Reply # 1740636 17-Mar-2017 10:01
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your expectations please

Please pm me with any offer you have and we can discuss. My expectations are on the tm link and that probably might not be realistic :)


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  Reply # 1745223 21-Mar-2017 15:34
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Still available. Looking for offers around 1200.

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  Reply # 1746696 23-Mar-2017 22:01
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Can I ask how much you sold it for? I've got the same model but with the 4k screen I'm looking to sell so trying to get a feel for how much these are worth :) Thanks

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