Dell Latitude 14.1" Intel Core i5 Laptop

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Dell Latitude 14.1" Intel Core i5 Laptop
Price: $279.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Tuesday, Nov 18 to Friday, Nov 21) + transit
Condition: Refurbished


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5/12/2014 - $349.99 (Woot Plus)

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These are Dell business class Latitude models, much better build than Inspiron home units. Had this unit on 3 year lease at work, great machine. I would change out 5400RPM drive with SSD and then it really performs.

With 3 year Dell warranty and being Win7 this is a steal.

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For the next couple of hours, for another $50 (minus $5 shipping and possibly sales tax) you can get the same laptop with a slightly faster CPU, an SSD, and a higher-resolution display from Newegg.

But, you don’t get the 3-year warranty.

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Does this really come with 3 years warranty?

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  • No touch screen
  • No Bluetooth
  • No USB3
  • Small, non hybrid/SSD HD
  • Screen rez (1366 x 768)


  • Price.
  • 3 Years of warranty
  • Quality
  • Win 7 Pro 64 bit
  • 6 cell battery
  • No Tax

Wouldn’t change of Hard Drive void the precious warranty?

I bought a open box refurb Latitude E6400 a few months ago from Moofi. It’s been a great machine and the Dell website is super easy to update drivers etc.

If I needed another back-up computer, I’d be on this deal, although it seems a little pricey. The three year warranty makes a difference though.

How is this pricey? Check the prices on eBay.

You beat me by just a few minutes. I paid $194.99 for my open-box roll-the-dice E6400 and I guess that colored my opinion.

These E6420’s start at $479.20 at the Official Dell Refurb Store

I hereby retract my “pricey” comment.

“This warranty should be certified by the vendor for today’s offer.” Sorry,not sure what this means?

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I’d retract the “easy to update drivers” comment. I’m on my third Dell Latitude and driver updates are an unmitigated disaster.

I’ve been trying to get the fingerprint reader to work on two straight machines, and the short answer is just…it’s impossible. Or at least not worth the trouble in the end.

It’s also got the dreaded “plugged in, not charging” issue. Also a driver issue, also not fixable.

I love–or want to love–Latitudes. They’re a cheaper, lighter Lenovo ThinkPad. But At this point I’m considering switching back–the Lenovos are built like tanks (and weigh about the same), but everything works, all the time, and they last forever.

We have a handful of these in our Latitude fleet.

They are built like a tank and will last forever. I have never had one fail yet (vs the other models we have)

Just pop an SSD in it and you won’t have any reason not to get this.

The only cons on this (if it matters to you) are the lack of webcam and bluetooh. These and similar models show up often enough on woot to just wait it out though for a betterish Latitude model.

I’ve bought two refurb Dell Latitudes (one here and one on eBay) and both have been fabulously easy to update. Sorry to hear of your troubles Scott.

geez where was this 2-3 weeks ago? I ended up buying a $100 laptop through ebay but would prefer these specs for a home server. :frowning:

Hey guys, we made an error in today’s warranty. It should have been a 90-day Woot warranty. However, since it’s our mistake, we’re going to change it to a 3-year Woot warranty. So same coverage just through us.

I’m sorry for the error.