The was supposed to be like new, but there were a lot of scratches on the surface.
But if you like the screen and size/weight, it is pretty great for that.
I purchased this computer to replace my outdated and extremely slow laptop I had prior to this.
Though, the battery still seems to last all day on one charge.I am unsure if this is due to the extended cold this package was in during delivery, or if there are some other underlying issues.I am a tad concerned with longevity and internal storage, so I am glad I added the warranty to the product.Nonetheless, the i5 is noticeably speedy and the touch screen is pretty accurate.Also, I am glad I purchased last year's model, as the extra USB port and the standard-sized SD card slot are pretty nice bonuses.
Not powerful enough for the price, only dual-core processor and integrated graphic card that really don't work very well.
I was worried from the comments on the computer with its issues but assumed if I got i7 and best ram that there wouldn't be any issues.
It was NOT MENTIONED clearly anywhere that this specific model is not open for warranty transfer and local DELL representative refuse to support me although the computer arrived with a screen and display problem from day 1.
But the worst part, recently when I tried to request for support regarding the slow down issues and monitor flickering issues I'm experiencing, they said in the Philippines that they won't repair any product purchased outside our country.
Unfortunately when I called Dell Support, they told me I need to purchase Premium Warranty Support (around $200) for them to be able to repair the product.This is totally a rip off, I wasn't aware that I will need to pay $200 for the repair.
And right now, they can't repair my laptop because I have to wait for the premium support to get approved before they can repair it.I have high expectations with Dell.