Right now, the PCMag Shop is selling a manufacturer-refurbished version of the 13.3-inch Dell Latitude. With a full HD display, a copy of Windows 10 Pro, and a warranty until April of 2020, this tiny laptop is a steal.
• Dell Latitude 13 7370 13.3-inch 1080p Laptop for $499.99 (Refurbished) (List price: $697)
Spec-wise, this configuration features a sixth generation dual-core 1.1GHz (turbo boost up to 2.7GHz) Intel Core m5-6Y54 CPU, 8GB of LPDDR3 RAM (1600MHz), a 128GB solid-state drive, Bluetooth 4.1, and 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi support. And the 13.3-inch display itself? It’s easy to love. Not only does it sport a full 1920×1080 resolution, but the Infinity Edge design means the bezel is barely there at all.
Windows 10 Pro comes installed on the Latitude 13 7370 by default, so you’ll be able to use Microsoft’s best functionality – even business-focused features. Local Xbox One streaming, Windows Store support, Bitlocker whole-disk encryption, and Remote Desktop are all included with your purchase.
With a warranty that goes into 2020, you can rest assured that Dell has your back. For typical consumers, onsite service is available after a remote diagnosis. And if you’re a Commercial customer, the service will be available the next-business day after remote diagnosis.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the PCMag Shop site for more information.
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