The good:

Has an Intel core i5-3340 CPU, 8GB RAM, 240GB SSD, illuminated keyboard, touchscreen, DVD optical drive, NFC reader, Smartcard reader, Fingerprint reader, 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, ExpressCard 54 slot, eSATA, Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi, 2 empty mPCIE slots (1 full & 1 half height), unused antennae, and docking port.

No passwords are set in BIOS.

Windows 7 Professional installed with Dell OEM activation. All necessary drivers were sourced on Dell’s support site and installed. I created a generic account named “user” with no password set to do this.

Includes a 65Wh battery and 90W aftermarket charger.

Overall it is in good condition with the exception of flaws listed below. This laptop has excellent performance and ran Windows 10 with ease (I’m keeping my retail license).

The bad:

No integrated webcam. Does not have handle option installed.

The ugly:

Screen has bubbles in it. The touchscreen uses some sort of gel or viscous fluid and the bubbles very slowly migrate through this.

Page Up key has a scratch — causes some light leakage in the key cap.

Has a chip in the edge of the lid (picture 5).