Recommendations Small, cheap windows laptop with rj45

SticKx911

2[H]4U
Joined
Mar 14, 2004
Messages
2,509
Buying for corporate use so has to be somewhere that takes visa and has recipts or I’d be hitting up the f/s forums. :)

Planning on buying more than 10 laptops in one go. Rj45 is the part that makes it hard to keep with low profile, but these are tools to go in a work truck and used a couple times a week at most so being able to store them is a plus.

Speed is unimportant as the software needed isn’t intensive. (For reference,I’m currently using a 10 year old netbook and am perfectly happy with it)

Serviceable and ssd are a plus, but not required.

Thanks for any ideas!
 

NixZiZ

Limp Gawd
Joined
Dec 30, 2013
Messages
159
Not the cheapest (Should be about 500 USD each) but I'd take a look at the Dell Latitude 13 3380. Servicable corporate laptops with Win 10 pro and an SSD.
 
Joined
Sep 17, 2012
Messages
767
We've got 3380s at work. That's what we've switched to for our remote-in systems. 1080p, SSD, RJ45. Definitely take a look at those. Dell's outlet would be perfect if you're not worried about matching things exactly.
 

Ronco

[H]ard|Gawd
Joined
Oct 6, 2005
Messages
1,298
Probook 430 G5. GbE, USB-C, 1080p, 8th gen i5, PCI-E SSD + 2.5" slot (you'll need a drive mount kit tho). Decent runtime. Screen's nothing special but is IPS.
 
Joined
Sep 17, 2012
Messages
767
We used the 430 G1-G3 before switching to the 3380. In all honesty, that G5 sounds nicer than the 3380s we've used. Not sure about the 3390s, but I don't remember the 3380 have M.2 + 2.5" capability, where the G3 at least did. But, it still had a TN screen on the ones we were buying. Just please don't get the shittacular Broadcom WiFi.
 
Top