Dell Latitude 14 5000 ‘E5450’ Price breakdown

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Dell Spec Sheet

 

Looks like Dell marketed this as the Latitude 14 5000 series, and had two ‘models’, E5450 and 5450. Great for confusion purposes, and there are other 14″ models too…

In this I focused on the E5450, there wasn’t much of a difference searching for just 5450 but there’s a Xeon that gets confused in here.

This has 2 RAM slots, needing DDR3L memory.

720p standard, 720p touch, 1080p and 1080p touch, some had this Gorilla glass stuff too. 200, 270 and 300 nits respectively

Graphics this machine had Intel HD 4400 on the super low end models, but others have Intel HD 5500 and two nVidia Geforce options, 830m and 840m, dunno what the dedicated RAM on this is.

Also this had a soldiered on i5 or i7. Some cheap options had an Celeron or i3 hahaha.

For hard drives, looks like

  • 250GB 7200
  • 500GB 7200
  • 1TB 5400

For SSDs this can have

  • 128, 256 and 512GB options for the 2.5″ bay
  • mSATA 128GB
  • mSATA 256GB

Batteries there are 4 options

  • 3 Cell, 38 Whr
  • 4 Cell, 51 Whr
  • 4 Cell, 51 Whr  ‘long life fast charge’
  • 4 Cell, 62 Whr on a Spring 2015 refresh

You have 3x USB ports, SD Card slot, HDMI & VGA out, does not look like any USB type C. For those thinking of eGPU setups, there are no ExpressCard slots.

Boring looking machine, it has a flat black look to it. Not as nice as the E7450, it is a stark difference, unlike the T450 and T450s basically being the same thing.

Dell Latitude E5450 $190 – 340 // 580 ~ 75 v 132

  • 8 Risky – $70 – 140
  • 26 HDD – $160 – 300 // 350
  • 32 SSD – $224 – 340 // 479
  • 4 Refurb – $430 – ??? // 520
  • 6 ‘New’ – $255 – 360 // 430?
  • 12 New – $370 – 570 // 800

Surprisingly not too many of these machines compared to the T450, there are more of the E7450, but that is more ultrabooky and should be compared to the T450s.

26 AUC  – $180 – 300 // 370

91 BIN   – $160 – 340 // 470

94 i5       – $200 – 280 // 400

24 i7       – $280 – 460 // 600

11 16GB – $320 – 480 // 580 or 800 (lol)

Not too many international sellers on this machine, one UK seller. 😮

21 mobo – $118 – 200 // 280 (i7, nVidia for that expensive one, can be bought under $200 tho)

60 keys   – $10 – 23 // 35

10 FHD  – $37 – 50 // 60

3 touch   – $70 – 110 // 140

Battery   – $19 – 38 // 60 (almost all of them are OEM, both 3 and 4 cell)

Not too expensive IMO, but I’d say this would be a tough flip considering the E7450, not much of these are out there so demand isn’t the best because of it… to me this comes off as another Dell… Especially then the E5xxx line was considered inferior to the E6xxx (Like ThinkPad T-Series vs R-Series), Because of the E7xxx line is marketed as like an ultrabook flagship line of Latitudes, and the removal of the E6xxx series, I feel this is like an business class Inspiron.

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