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Bargain Dell XPS ONE's £496 and £586 delivered Thats 50% discount! plus a further 10% voucher £496.10

£496.10 @ Dell (Business)
Use the attached coupon to drop the sale price by another 10% This system has dropped in price from previous price of £1099.00 Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and tak… Read More
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[mod] 8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Use the attached coupon to drop the sale price by another 10%

This system has dropped in price from previous price of £1099.00

Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and take all Dell deals right through to checkout for final pricing.

305-D04X104 Home site - Best price £496.10 Delivered.
XPS One - (D04X104)

XPS One (2010), E6550, Black, UK, Config 3
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
2GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz - 2 DIMMs
XPS One UK English QWERTY Wireless Keyboard with integrated trackpad
1 Year Premium Warranty Support
1Yr Premium Warranty Support
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This system has dropped in price from previous price of £1298.99

Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and take all Dell deals right through to checkout for final pricing.

305-D04X103 Home site - Best price £586.09 Delivered.
XPS One - (D04X103)

XPS One RED 20" wide display with Intel® Core 2 Duo E6550 Processor(2.33GHz,4MB,1333MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista® Ultimate (ProfessionalDUCT) RED
2GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz - 2 DIMMs
XPS One UK English QWERTY Wireless Keyboard with integrated trackpad
1 Year Premium Warranty Support
Adobe Reader 8.1 (No Recovery CD)
1Yr Premium Warranty Support
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#1
Was hoping for 24" version.
#2
Does anyone remember if these are the same spec as the 20" XPS One's that were being discounted by 50% a couple of months ago - in particular the graphics adapter? Thanks
#3
Just to complete the spec, the graphics appears to be ATI Mobility Radeon HD2400. A good deal for an all-in-one, these are nice looking machines. Not great for gaming though!

Alex.
#4
Bought one for my daughter at Christmas when i saw the 50% deal on HUKD and paid £360. Great machine and ideal for homework, entertainment package, TV, recording DVD player and burner etc. but no good for gaming which isn;t a big deal. Still a good price though.:thumbsup:
#5
bought one of these at xmas but this is a higher spec one these are great machines just ordered another one and ringing round my friends to do also highly recomended deal of the year
#6
someone posted these last week but we couldn't see on site - cant find post now but must have been before went live.
dunno what i think of these - near as well geting a 18 inch laptop from acer!
#7
brilly
someone posted these last week but we couldn't see on site - cant find post now but must have been before went live.
dunno what i think of these - near as well geting a 18 inch laptop from acer!

dont even think about the acer this is the deal of the year had mine now for 5 months now and its brillant
#8
Theres a seller on eBay selling these brand new for £499 and has been for a while.... I've got to say that I think these XPS one's are far to far overpriced for the spec direct from Dell, and I'm a Dell registered Partner...
#9
jimbhoyx
dont even think about the acer this is the deal of the year had mine now for 5 months now and its brillant


but this is basically a weak laptop celotaped to a monitor isn't it!?
at least with the acer you can move it about (may require assistance to shift its massive bulk though!)
#10
Can anyone comment on how slick the media interface is with these, i.e. remote control of TV/music etc
#11
brilly
but this is basically a weak laptop celotaped to a monitor isn't it!?
at least with the acer you can move it about (may require assistance to shift its massive bulk though!)
but u can move it any were in the house buy it so good
#12
brilly
but this is basically a weak laptop celotaped to a monitor isn't it!?

A 2.33GHz Core 2 Duo 4MB cache, 2GB Ram, 320GB HDD, dedicated graphics, digital/analogue TV tuner with a 1 year on-site warranty can hardly be described as a weak laptop.
It’s entry level for a desktop though apart from the TV card and warranty.
#13
Agharta


brilly
but this is basically a weak laptop celotaped to a monitor isn't it!?
at least with the acer you can move it about (may require assistance to shift its massive bulk though!)


A 2.33GHz Core 2 Duo 4MB cache, 2GB Ram, 320GB HDD, dedicated graphics, digital/analogue TV tuner with a 1 year on-site warranty can hardly be described as a weak laptop.
It’s entry level for a desktop though apart from the TV card and warranty.


Yes, and the screen will be better than that in a laptop (although I think it's still TN on this model).
#14
even though this is a neat solution its still a desktop with the (i assume) performance of a laptop but unable to be folded and put away.
tbh i am not sure of the performance of the desktop processor vs eg t6400 in laptop but otherwise the spec is unimpressive for the money.
2gb ram is low for many basic laptops now and the dedicated graphics weak vs most which have gone past the integrated.
sure its stylish (debatable i suppose) but there are deals coming out on here for laptops with higher ram better graphics for less money with the option to be moved.
#15
brilly
even though this is a neat solution its still a desktop with the (i assume) performance of a laptop but unable to be folded and put away.
tbh i am not sure of the performance of the desktop processor vs eg t6400 in laptop but otherwise the spec is unimpressive for the money.
2gb ram is low for many basic laptops now and the dedicated graphics weak vs most which have gone past the integrated.
sure its stylish (debatable i suppose) but there are deals coming out on here for laptops with higher ram better graphics for less money with the option to be moved.

i was sceptical as well brilly but once i got i couldnt believe how good it was friends and family who have seen it want one yes its a desktop with one wire the power cord and a cracking digital tv as well you would pay £200 for a 20in digital tv and it looks stunning
#16
Do these have a HDMI input or output?
#17
Was this not the mid range one of the 3 that were reduced at Christmas. It was actually a little cheaper then wasn't it?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/293178/dell-xps-one-media-hub-now-50-disco/
#18
Flake99
Was this not the mid range one of the 3 that were reduced at Christmas. It was actually a little cheaper then wasn't it?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/293178/dell-xps-one-media-hub-now-50-disco/

nah not that spec, just the old(er) models in the range
#19
brilly
nah not that spec, just the old(er) models in the range


What was the difference? So far as I can see the one that is available now is the mid one of the three that was available at the same price over 4 months ago (or even a little cheaper with the xmas codes). They just seem to have returned this one and the 'red' to full price when they sold out of the bottom spec one and then gone back to half price again today 4 months later.
#20
am seriously considering buyin one of these .....565 including the wireless printer....and I'll get another £20 cashback (effectively free delivery).....
#21
Flake99
What was the difference? So far as I can see the one that is available now is the mid one of the three that was available at the same price over 4 months ago (or even a little cheaper with the xmas codes). They just seem to have returned this one and the 'red' to full price when they sold out of the bottom spec one and then gone back to half price again today 4 months later.


ah right sorry i was only looking at the one in the first post there and cant see the specs of the other 2 now - you may well be right - certainly has the same code following what i assume is the month.
#22
brilly
ah right sorry i was only looking at the one in the first post there and cant see the specs of the other 2 now - you may well be right - certainly has the same code following what i assume is the month.


Just read a few pages of that thread and it is definitely the same price as at christmas.

I can't decide now. The spec is a bit limited. I have been looking for a while for something that would be good enough for a lot of photo and video (sd) editing, but which is moveable within house. Just would have expected this to be reduced to around £400 rather than £500 again after another 4 months.
#23
This is a really low spec system. I built a quad core pc with 4gigs of ram and a 512mb graphics card for under £500 LAST YEAR! The only thing this has which I didnt, was a mouse, keyboard and monitor... but I'm using my 40" HDTV for the screen, and bought a wireless mouse and keyboard for £25.

I'm sure you could spend the same money and buy a better system. Especially as Vista sucks! Lol.

Cold I'm afraid.
#24
Haven't seen one of these before but am I right in assuming that the components are in the back of the monitor? I drew this conclusion from the fact that it appears to have a mobility radeon although it is quite obviously a desktop machine.
#25
Bought 3 of these at Christmas for office and they are fantastic. They look good and come with everything you need including mouse, keyboard and remote control. Screen is glass fronted and reflects a little so take this into account if you will be placing this in front of a bright window.
#26
Discount: 10%
Minimum Spend: £599.00
Promotional Code: $46QTSRCQGRJWZ
Expiry: 29/04/2009
Applies to: All Studio, Inspiron & XPS over £599


:thinking:

So presumably the discount on the product which is for £549 would not qualify for 10% discount?
#27
Bought one of these before Christmas for approx. £345.00 (inc. Quidco).
Nice machine for that amount but I wouldn't have paid £1099.00
Speakers are horribly tinny for music and sound gets jumpy / interrupted when other programs (e.g. Internet Explorer) want the resources ahead of the audio driver.
However, a neat solution for those with little space and don't need mobility of a laptop.
#28
RandyMcFly
So presumably the discount on the product which is for £549 would not qualify for 10% discount?

Sometimes it's the pre-discounted price that is used to calculate eligibility as in this case so it does work.
It’s hit and miss so it's always worth trying a code if the pre-discount price is above the voucher threshold.
#29
i built a much better spec media center pc for under £400 last year. It is connected to my 42" TV but i could easily have gotten a decent monitor and beaten this gimmicky dell for value/performance.
#30
hsuffyan
i built a much better spec media center pc for under £400 last year. It is connected to my 42" TV but i could easily have gotten a decent monitor and beaten this gimmicky dell for value/performance.


including a vista OS home premium purchase?
#31
hsuffyan
i built a much better spec media center pc for under £400 last year. It is connected to my 42" TV but i could easily have gotten a decent monitor and beaten this gimmicky dell for value/performance.

Of course, but most people don’t consider a monitor gaffer taped to a desktop case a very elegant or portable solution. :w00t:
#32
golo83
including a vista OS home premium purchase?


like i said, a much better spec media center pc... vista is a resource hungry inefficient load of sh*te.
#33
Agharta
Of course, but most people don’t consider a monitor gaffer taped to a desktop case a very elegant or portable solution. :w00t:


why would you want a 'portable' desktop anyway? its a bit of an oxymoron... my pc sits in a very tidy little case... i can take the case to any room of the house, and connect it to any tv/monitor. if this thing is serving as your tv/monitor all in one, then would you move your tv around with you everytime? its all a bit pointless. its not a laptop and its not a decent desktop.
#34
Anyone who buys one of these and considers it a good deal needs their heads examined.

Anyone who paid full price for this tripe needs committed.

How Dell keep getting away with it is anyone's guess but I supposed to be fair to them they are all at it now, these space efficient hybrid desktops are a manufacturer's profit dream. Cheapo laptop parts in a fancy packaged desktop at a price more than both combined. A joke.
#35
If you want a machine for watching TV, then get an Acer Revo when they arrive in a few weeks.
Apparently they will be using SSD's (solid state drives) for the first batch, so its worth waiting for the second batch with regular hard disc drives. (the SSD on my aspire one is slooooow).

Plug in a £10-15 pound USB tuner and add MythTV to ubuntu. You then have a humax style set-top box, but with loads more flexibility. (eg play your recordings over any computer on your home network, or convert them to watch on your iphone).

This is only a solution for people who fancy a challenge, but with google by your side, its easy enough to do.
Match up with a £270 32" hitachi TV and you have a brilliant system for much less than this deal. Especially with than super thin screen...

The other option is to pay £1000 for the 24" imac...
#36
hsuffyan
why would you want a 'portable' desktop anyway? its a bit of an oxymoron... my pc sits in a very tidy little case... i can take the case to any room of the house, and connect it to any tv/monitor. if this thing is serving as your tv/monitor all in one, then would you move your tv around with you everytime? its all a bit pointless. its not a laptop and its not a decent desktop.
i have bought 5 computers over the last 5 years 3 desktops 2 laptops this xps one is by far the best it looks so good and performs well ordered another one great deal
#37
jimbhoyx
i have bought 5 computers over the last 5 years 3 desktops 2 laptops this xps one is by far the best it looks so good and performs well ordered another one great deal


no offence, but it really depends what you are using your computers for, and what the spec of the other machines was. I can't see how this machine can be sold as a media pc in the truest sense of the term. All it would be good for is browsing and word processing, dvd playback.
#38
This is a ripoff. Anyone who knows anything about computers can tell you this isn't that good a deal. I bought my top of the range gaming rig 2 months ago for £580. I know most people don't want gaming rigs but even so £500 for this rig is not on. Try places like Ankermann (where i got mine).
#39
Ev0lution
Anyone who buys one of these and considers it a good deal needs their heads examined.

Anyone who paid full price for this tripe needs committed.


Yes, hard to believe that that post last year generated a heat of 1486.

I think it's something to do with personal choice...long may it live.......
#40
This product isn't a top gaming computer but the specs are quite fair. The point here is that Dell XPS ONE is a All-In-On PC and not just another desktop computer. As well as saving space, it has a nice design and it will look good in any room and can be used as a Media Center PC.
Therefore it looks a good deal for me.

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