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hugekebab 25 Likes
Choppa
vwdan
£650 quid for a "gaming" laptop, you've got to be ******* me!
no that's good £1000 is 4 1 that can compete with a desktop price u pay 4 been mobile!


Sorry, what? Have you thought about using words instead of numbers to construct sentences? This allows other people to read them.
duberryboy1 5 Likes
chris2010uk
Most people aren't geeks though so don't really care if they're running the game at full graphics 1080p res

by dont really care you really mean cant afford.
weiran 5 Likes
It comes with a 635M and you class it as a gaming laptop?
willypiggy 5 Likes

BTW : Human eye can see about 25 FPS (sometimes few more or less) so few frames can make a big difference .

http://boallen.com/fps-compare.html
Don't talk rubbish.

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shoomshoom 1 Like #1
Really good specs. Heat!
ThunderBolt 3 Likes #2
Whenever I think I've made my mind up someone posts another...

Hot. Through gritted teeth!
struggle#3
compare this with new dell 15r insprion I7 same price almost same spec
THRILLER-DEEJAY 4 Likes #5
struggle
compare this with new dell 15r insprion I7 same price almost same spec
Rather have an Asus over dell.
klopikxda 3 Likes #6
I had a Dell before (that i have returned - awfull look) , and Acer (returned to Amazon) and however i don't like Dell products i went for a Dell.



Next day home repair is something that is really important for me ( i don't like to send my laptop away for a repairs !!!)
This is why i stopped to hate Dell.

On Dell website you can pick 17R Special Edition with :
i7-3630QM processor (up to 3.40 GHz,, 6M cache) , 8192MB , 2GB Nvidia GeForce GT 650M 130W , Backlit Keyboard , 1TB HD , 17.3in Full High Definition (1080p) LED Display with Anti-Glare
Buy no BD-drive (only DVD writer) - but it can be installed by yourself .

for £ 701.10

Link for this Dell (remember to choose backlit and add promo code P85KBNN1GNV4SB - they expire today) and cashback but not guaranteed : http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&kc=&oc=n0017s15

So for a bigger screen , better processor (slightly), and better GFX ( GT 650 is about 15-20% better than 635 ) you are baying about the same (£50 difference) so worth to think what do you want.

If bigger screen is not something that you will hate , and this that you will be able to add extra SSD drive, that this laptop have backlit keyboard and better graphic card then go for a Dell Inspiron 17R SE.
If you are looking for better looking laptop , smaller and with medium range GFX , but with Blu-ray then go with Asus.

Honestly if this Asus would have the same spec as Dell ( not looking for a screen size ) i would go for Asus - but overall Dell is a better choice.
Dell 17R Se have a slightly different look than 17R - thanks to anonized aluminium (nice honey mesh).

Full spec from invoice:
Inspiron 17R SE
Inspiron 7720 Basee, Windows 8 64bit, English
Item Description
Base Inspiron 7720 Basee
Memory 8192MB (2x4096) 1600MHz DDR3
Keyboard Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Backlit Keyboard with Multi-touch Touchpad
Video Card 2GB Nvidia GeForce GT 650M 130W
Driver Driver : 2230 Wireless Card
Hard Drive 1TB Serial ATA (5400RPM)
Operating System Windows 8 64bit, English
CD ROM/DVD ROM Optical Drive : 8x DVD+/-RW Optical Drive
Wireless Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 2230 Card (802.11n + BT 4.0)
Cables 1 Meter Power Cord - UK
Documentation/Disks English Documentation
Bundle N1117S15
2nd Hard Drive Not included
Extended Service 1 yr Next Day In-Home Service with Premium Phone Support
Widi Wireless Display Application
Documentation Documentation Not included
Digital Photography Not included
Order Information Inspiron 7720 Order
Primary Battery Primary 6-cell 48W/HR LI-ION
Processor 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7-3630QM processor (up to 3.40 GHz,, 6M cache)
Color Choice Switch by Design Studio - Aluminium
Accidental Damage Support No Accidental Damage Protecton
Packaging Packaging : Brown Box
Online Backup No DataSafe Online Backup 2GB
FGA Module A7TRBO1305_047/A7TRBO1401_024/BTO
Online Backup Software Online Back Up Not Included
Optical Software Cyberlink
Additional Hard Drive Not included
CFI Included (Smart Selection) CFI Not Included
Value Added Services 90DAY Premium Software Phone Support
Retail Marker Retail Marker Not included
Retail Financial Marker Retail Financial Marker Not included
Retail Drop In the Box Leaflet Retail Drop In the Box Leaflet Not included
Retail Registration Retail Registration Not included
Retail Information Retail Information Not included
Retail Tech Sheets Retail Tech Sheets Not included
LCD 17.3in Full High Definition (1080p) LED Display with Anti-Glare
Microsoft Application Software Microsoft® Office trial
Non-Microsoft Application Software Resource DVD : Inspiron 7720 Diagnostics and Drivers Win 8
Protect your new PC McAfee® SecurityCenter 15 Month Subscription
Dell Services: Installations No Installation
Operating System Recovery Options OS Windows® Recovery Media Not included







Edited By: klopikxda on Jan 30, 2013 21:20: link
Choppa#7
more money when u buy with os but same without but but it has better Processor 3630QM instead of 2670QM and 650m graphics card the best money per £££ graphics card on the market and has hybrid 750gb hard drive so boots faster
http://www.novatech.co.uk/laptop/range/novatecheliten1535.html
make ur mind up
klopikxda#8


or this one :)
struggle#9
how is 17r se compare to 17r is there huge difference
like the main body are they the same or different and did u get extended warranty or just the normal one as I really wanna dell only reason they 've amazing spec and really cheap but I read all these comments about wifi troubles build quality so I'm really confuse pls help guys
vwdan#10
£650 quid for a "gaming" laptop, you've got to be ******* me!
Choppa#11
vwdan
£650 quid for a "gaming" laptop, you've got to be ******* me!
no that's good £1000 is 4 1 that can compete with a desktop price u pay 4 been mobile!
Axeboy#12
Ive had one of these for a year, great laptop. I use it for lans weekly and it gets used daily as a regular laptop.

Its been faultless, and with a SSD installed its been a great performer. I didnt want a "proper" gaming laptop, but glad I went for this in the end. Ive added 16gb of 1600mhz ram, even though Asus say its max is 8gb at 1333.

Any questions, let me know
robo989 3 Likes #13
The GT635 graphics are pretty weak and certainly not "gaming laptop" standard. You'll have problems running modern games at 1080p above anything but "very low" for graphics settings.
artcheezzzbanned#14

yes, wanted to post this one, but... Gaming pc and windows 8 doesn`t look attractive for me :) yeach both choice look good for me.
artcheezzzbanned#15
robo989
The GT635 graphics are pretty weak and certainly not "gaming laptop" standard. You'll have problems running modern games at 1080p above anything but "very low" for graphics settings.
True, but where is no BIG difference between all mobile gpu`s in laptops under 800£. If u found better when this and CHEAPER, let us know :) Msi is 15% better in all spec and 5% more expensive. But MSI.. damn worst Brand i know after Medion.
artcheezzzbanned 1 Like #16
vwdan
£650 quid for a "gaming" laptop, you've got to be ******* me!
I would laugh of any laptop which i can call "good gaming laptop". I never had and will have any laptop for gaming, but my friend looking for something around £600. Trying to help. My self using GTX 680 gpu 27 inch desktop and so on, so i will never look back and even think about laptop GOOD laptop. Only for surf.

Edited By: artcheezzz on Jan 31, 2013 01:14
chris2010uk#17
Most people aren't geeks though so don't really care if they're running the game at full graphics 1080p res
duberryboy1 5 Likes #18
chris2010uk
Most people aren't geeks though so don't really care if they're running the game at full graphics 1080p res

by dont really care you really mean cant afford.
weiran 5 Likes #19
It comes with a 635M and you class it as a gaming laptop?
boeoz#20
chris2010uk
Most people aren't geeks though so don't really care if they're running the game at full graphics 1080p res
What is this I don't even...

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