Dell Latitude 13.3" FHD Touch 2-in-1 Laptops

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Dell Latitude 13.3" FHD Touch 2-in-1 Laptops
Price: $749.99 - 899.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Jun 04 to Tuesday, Jun 05) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
5/10/2018 - $799.99 - 899.9
3/7/2018 - $949.99 - 1,049
3/4/2018 - $899.99 - 999.9

4/11/2018 - $899.99 (Woot Plus)
4/11/2018 - $899.99 (Woot Plus)
2/24/2018 - $899.99 (Woot Plus)

Why isn’t there a picture of the backlit keyboard?

I’m ok with an external optical drive but not the lack of an Ethernet port.

For ~$900 I’m looking for a backup to Wi-Fi. LAN or Cellular (4G, LTE or 5G). So if woot buyers are listening?

Everything you wanted to know about it here:

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-Latitude-7390-2-in-1-i7-8650U-FHD-Convertible-Review.289056.0.html

Also, the 7000 series, on top of the folding ability, is the wrong target audience for ethernet ports. This model is for extreme portability, airplanes, presentations, etc. Those users don’t need ethernet ports. When you get where you’re going you can easily pull out a USB-C based mini dock or adapter that offers ethernet, video ports, etc.

Adding Ethernet makes this laptop thicker. Also, adding the floppy pull down ethernet some other brands use make the Latitude less reliable and sturdy. Latitudes are built like tanks.

I’m the technology buyer for my company and have a great working relationship with my Dell rep. We test all kinds of models out, get them in the hands of our users, let them comment on them, then make our buying decisions based on all of that input.

We bought one 7389, and I have to say, it’s the first of the Dell’s that I would trust for this level of portability and toughness. The hinges look like standard latitude hinges adapted for the flippy screen.

Also, for a bit less, check out the 5000 series 2-in-1, we have more of those in users hands. They aren’t as thin as the 7000 series, but much cheaper with nearly the same options and barely heavier.

Thanks. that’s the 7390 though which does have a SIM tray under the microSD slot.

Tried to customize the 7389 and it looks like that’s not an option.

We use Dell’s and HP’s for our work force which we use the cell radios as businesses don’t always have guest Wi-Fi. Most corps that do, not retail stores, you still need their security key for it.