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ET deals: 14-inch Dell Latitude 14 7000 touchscreen laptop for $799

Need a lightweight laptop for business trips? Today, Dell is offering up a substantial discount on the Latitude 14 7000 touchscreen laptop. With a small footprint, a Core i5 CPU, and an SSD, this laptop is a real bargain with today’s coupon in play.

Dell Latitude 14 On the inside, this model features a fifth generation dual-core 2.2GHz Intel Core i5-5200U CPU, integrated Intel HD Graphics 5500, 4GB of DDR3L RAM (1600MHz), a 256GB solid-state drive, Bluetooth 4.0, and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi support. And the 14-inch display? It’s made of highly durable Corning Gorilla Glass, it has multitouch sensitivity, and it features a full HD resolution of 1920×1080. Prefer to use a PC monitor at work, or an HDTV at home? The built-in HDMI and mini DisplayPort makes that a breeze.

If you’re frequently on the go, the Latitude 14 is a good choice. It weighs in at roughly 3.5 pounds, measures only four-fifths of an inch thick, includes a three cell 39WHr battery, and has very few moving parts. Whether you’re working on coast-to-coast flights or simply commuting day-to-day, this tiny laptop has the flexibility you need.

The starting price for this laptop is a whopping $ 2159, but Dell is selling it directly for $ 949. Enter the coupon “LATI799” in your shopping cart, and it’ll drop another 150 bucks off the final price. Better yet, signing up for a free Dell Advantage Rewards account will get you two-day shipping for no additional cost.

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