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Dell Inspiron 17R Refurbished Laptop (17R-5737), 17.3", 1.6 GHz Intel Core i5-4200U,

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[Staples] Dell Inspiron 17R Refurbished Laptop (17R-5737), 17.3", 1.6 GHz Intel Core i5-4200U,

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See more with Dell Inspiron 17.3" HD screen Refurbished Laptop (17R-5737) 4th Gen Intel Core i5-4200U processors with Windows 8.1 (64-bit), 1TB hard drive, and 8GB system memory. The redesigned Inspiron™ 17R offers a design 11% thinner and 16% lighter than previous generations.

Desk not required: Inspiron 17R performs like a desktop PC, but is only around 1" thin, which makes it a lot easier to curl up with on the couch. Style for miles: Brushed-aluminum finish and rounded corners -- you’ll feel more sophisticated just looking at it. Sharp images: Photos, videos, movies and other images pop on a 17.3" HD+ Truelife 1600 x 900 display in 900p. A bigger view: Make the Inspiron 17R the power behind your home theater with an HDMI 1.4 connection to an HDTV or HD monitor. Outstanding sound: From crisp highs to warm lows, MaxxAudio® 4 from Waves, recipient of a Technical GRAMMY Award®, gives you total control over your frequency response. Plug and play: Connect MP3 players, cameras, external drives and more using two ultra-fast USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, HDMI 1.4a, and RJ45 Ethernet ports. Accountants rejoice: A 10-key numeric keypad makes managing spreadsheets and balancing budgets a breeze. Photos, faster: Can’t find your camera cables? Just upload media files right from your camera’s card with the 8-in-1 media reader. Accidents happen: Rest easy and work with confidence thanks to a spill-resistant keyboard.

Intel Core i5-4200U 1.6 GHz Processer
8GB 2 DIMM (2x4GB) DDR3L 1600Mhz
1TB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive
17.3 inch LED Backlit Display with Truelife and HD+ resolution (1600 x 900)
Windows 8.1 (64Bit)
Intel HD Graphics 4400
Intel® Wireless-N 7260 2x2 BGN + Bluetooth 4.0
10.63"L x 16.22"W x 1.2"H
6.35 lbs
1-year limited warranty (details with product)

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Dec 10, 2003
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how well does this play league of legends? I'm tired of moving my rig and monitor to LAN parties.
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93civicin604 wrote: how well does this play league of legends? I'm tired of moving my rig and monitor to LAN parties.
I can't answer for League of Legends specifically, but this laptop has integrated graphics, so any games you run on here will have to be on the lowest settings, and even then not all games will be playable.
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Jul 19, 2012
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FlukeSkywalker wrote: No 1080p = pass
agreed, but at least 1600x900 at 17" has a slightly higher pixel density than those terrible 1366x768 15.4 screens.
My last and final digital game I purchased at PSN from those Sony Devils was on November 22, 2020 - Ban that Sorny!
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Kwirky wrote: I can't answer for League of Legends specifically, but this laptop has integrated graphics
plus, old 4th-gen integrated graphics, not the latest 5th-gen.
My last and final digital game I purchased at PSN from those Sony Devils was on November 22, 2020 - Ban that Sorny!
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Jul 26, 2014
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league will run at 1920x1080 60fps on med settings on hd4600

it does the same at med to med high on 2560x1440 on hd5500..

leagues is easy to run
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1080p laptops deals under $500 USD happen frequently in the US. It sucks that our vendors here in Canada take forever to follow. I'm holding off on laptop purchases until 1080 becomes the standard. Probably next year after they blow through 720p during the holiday season.
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FlukeSkywalker wrote: 1080p laptops deals under $500 USD happen frequently in the US. It sucks that our vendors here in Canada take forever to follow. I'm holding off on laptop purchases until 1080 becomes the standard. Probably next year after they blow through 720p during the holiday season.
maybe canada is becoming a dumping ground for obsolete laptops?
My last and final digital game I purchased at PSN from those Sony Devils was on November 22, 2020 - Ban that Sorny!
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Nov 27, 2014
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I had 17r se 7720. Nice laptop,nice specs. I love my laptop!

...Till it died on me. Now, it won't boot up. Won't even boot to bios. Now it's a $500 paperweight. I tried googling it, pretty surprised that so many 17r laptops out there with the same problems and Dell doesn't have a fix on it.


Check for GOOD and BAD reviews. You've been warned.
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neilcutter wrote: I had 17r se 7720. Nice laptop,nice specs. I love my laptop!

...Till it died on me. Now, it won't boot up. Won't even boot to bios. Now it's a $500 paperweight. I tried googling it, pretty surprised that so many 17r laptops out there with the same problems and Dell doesn't have a fix on it.
And that is why they are on sale refurbished. Makes sense.
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Nov 27, 2014
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smash wrote: And that is why they are on sale refurbished. Makes sense.
That was my mistake. I only googled good reviews. Even CNET has a review on it.

How i wish CNET would again give a review on their previous good reviews.

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