Excellent A+ Grade – 2 Year Warranty
The newer version of our top selling E7250, this model features a new processor and a small amount of design upgrades. Compact, portable, powerful and a great looking laptop, you will not be disappointed with owning one of these!
Have you thought about buying Ex-Lease but are unsure?
With our laptops you have nothing to be worried about, our computers may not be the cheapest in the market but they have been handpicked by us, carry the best warranty in NZ and are fully back by our staff and company. We are always happy to talk via phone or email 0800 465 767 or [email protected]
Take advantage of our 30 Day Money Back Guarantee – Use the computer for up to 30 days and if you are not completely satisfied we will happily take it back and replace with a different one or give you your money back.
Haven’t they been reconditioned?
All our computers are Ex-Lease not refurbished – This is an important point, Ex-Lease means it has worked perfectly from the start and has not had any fault, refurbished means it was faulty and has now been repaired. BrandPost doesn’t deal in any previously faulty computers.
Will it go fast?
All our computers come with high quality Intel Processors and Solid State Hard Drives – This means they will run fast and will run a lot better than a low value new computer
How old is it and does it have much life left?
Our computers range from 2-3 years old and to be honest computer technology hasn’t advanced much in the last few years, all of our computers will run just as fast as a new machine and we expect them to have at least 5+ more years of life left in them.
We have very few problems with our computers, generally after a computer has run for a year without fault it will continue to run great for a long time to come. Faults with computers normally occur at the start of their life due to a manufacturing fault.
How about the battery?
Although our warranty doesn’t cover the battery we do guarantee that all batteries with laptops will hold at least 80% off their original charge, and if we are being honest with you the battery is the only part of a laptop that does deteriorate over time, if you keep your laptop for a few years you may find it beneficial to buy a new battery at some stage. New batteries cost between $80-$120.
Ex-Lease Dell E7270 i7 Info & Specs
Secure. Sleek. Powerful.
No one ever said security had to be boring. Our most secure Ultrabook also happens to be one of the world’s most beautiful. Our industry-leading security features Dell Data Protection, including comprehensive encryption, advanced authentication and malware prevention. Additionally, this lightweight 12″ Ultrabook is now thinner and lighter than ever. Now, you don’t have to choose between style and security.
New Latitude 12 7000 Series Ultrabook – Designed to impress. Built to last.
Designed to impress. Built to last.
Style and structure intersect with premium materials, including a magnesium alloy chassis and LCD back, a spill-proof keyboard, a FHD touch display with Corning® Gorilla® Glass NBT™, and a brilliant 12.5″ screen.
* Processor: Intel Core i7 6600U
* Core: 2 @ 2.6Ghz each
* Memory: 8GB DDR3
* Hard Drive: 256GB M.2 SSD
* Optical Drive: No
* Webcam: Camera
* Intel HD Graphics 520
* 12.5 inches anti-glare (1366 x 768 resolution)
* Wireless LAN, Bluetooth
* Internal Stereo Speakers High Definition Audio
* In-built Mic
* HDMI Port
* MINI Display Port
* 3 – USB 3.0 Ports,
* SD Card Reader
* Network Port
* Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit ( Windows 10 Professional Digital License Active)
* Adobe Reader
* Open Office
* VLC Media Player
* All drivers installed
1 x Dell Latitude E7270 Laptop
1 x Dell Adapter
What does Ex-Lease mean?
All our Ex-lease PC’s begin their life as either a business, education or healthcare lease computer. They are then inspected, reloaded with a new operating system and resold by BrandPost, giving you the quality of a new PC at a fraction of the price.
BrandPost Ex-Lease products are high quality machines that have performed perfectly over their lease and are guaranteed to have a lot of life left in them.