Dell Inspirion 1545 Red/Blue/Black T3400 2GB 160GB 15.6" Laptop Now £336 after voucher at Tesco + 3% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Dell Inspirion 1545 Red/Blue/Black T3400 2GB 160GB 15.6" Laptop Now £336.00 after voucher at Tesco + 3% Quidco

£336.00 @ Tesco Direct
Use voucher XXR968 to get this price - seems like a good deal! After quidco and clubcard points maybe around £323!!!!
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Use voucher XXR968 to get this price - seems like a good deal! After quidco and clubcard points maybe around £323!!!!
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#1
Dell isn't that high quality to be worthy of this price at these specs. Warm.
#2
kenan557
Dell isn't that high quality to be worthy of this price at these specs. Warm.


Say's who? they are the worlds 3rd largest computer manufatures so i think they must be selling one or two laptops this is a great price.

But thesnowman86 you need to change your title its a Inspirion 1545 not a 1525! heat added
#3
kenan557
Dell isn't that high quality to be worthy of this price at these specs. Warm.


ROFLMAO.

However the specs aren't great and you can get better for this money. Dells are solid though.
#4
Changed it to 1545! Oops. Listed so much stuff recently I think I'm starting to lose it!
banned#5
Dell Are poor Very Poor Indeed there customer support is nothing short of a joke

selling Laptops what Arent Capable Of doing what they are advertised to do
#6
My Dell's been fantastic (although its a desktop) - only problem I've had is a hard drive giving up and customer service was great - got it replaced the next day!
#7
corrsmaniac
Dell Are poor Very Poor Indeed there customer support is nothing short of a joke

selling Laptops what Arent Capable Of doing what they are advertised to do


Dell machines are brilliant, I must have had six Dell machines or more personally over the years and every one has been perfect.

Compared to some of the junk out there there machines tend to well build but also quiet.

Their stuff just won't break for me, annoying when you want an excuse for a new one :whistling:.

The last time I spoke to their customer centre in India it was good, they called back when promised and take ownership of the issue and resolve it.

In my personal experience the worst quality hardware is made by Apple, they are very nice machines but their quality control is lacking.
#8
My Dell laptop has been great - Vostro 1310 - £275 from the ebay shop (now defunct i think). Havent had a problem with it at all.
#9
corrsmaniac
Dell Are poor Very Poor Indeed there customer support is nothing short of a joke

selling Laptops what Arent Capable Of doing what they are advertised to do


I speak to them alot never had a problem with there customer service
#10
Not meaning to hijack the thread........

I looked at this PC and then compared it on the Dell website and found I could get a Inspiron 15 15.6" screen,T6400 processor,250GB hard drive, BLUE with high gloss finish and Vista Home Premium for £398.

Yes its more expensive, but points to note are there is 90 GB more storage and Vista is the Premium edition.

Mhy next question is.......is the extra £60-£70 worth it? Looking to spend around £350 -£ 400 on a new laptop and any information/advice would be great
#11
Looks like a good deal. Voted hot
Every pc/laptop I've had is a Dell and I have never had a problem.
Customer service, imo, is excellent
Going to recommend this to my sister as she is looking at laptop for £300ish
banned#12
Poor spec for the price......also its Dell...(all Dell's good spec laptops and computers are priced much higher than their competitors) Also cheap Dell's dont last.... I saw a HP at currys for 400 quid........and it had Blue ray, 4gig ram, much nicer screen etc....way better option........Just checked on Curry's website actually.....its 446 now.....(still a better deal tho)
#13
Nice laptop, set one up for someone today. Not quite so much **** to delete as on the last dell I did.

Please note the blue is not as blue as it looks in some photos, its quite dark in real life, and it's only the top of the unit.

The finish (including around the keyboard) is a very nice looking (and feeling) piano black, bu tit really shows up the finger prints.

Asda had a nice case in store to fit (proper case/bag not a neopreen) at £7.50.
#14
mollyschamber
Not meaning to hijack the thread........

I looked at this PC and then compared it on the Dell website and found I could get a Inspiron 15 15.6" screen,T6400 processor,250GB hard drive, BLUE with high gloss finish and Vista Home Premium for £398.

Yes its more expensive, but points to note are there is 90 GB more storage and Vista is the Premium edition.

Mhy next question is.......is the extra £60-£70 worth it? Looking to spend around £350 -£ 400 on a new laptop and any information/advice would be great


Paying extra money to any pc/laptop manufacturers for RAM/HDD space is a complete waste. You should try and find the smallest HDD option (it's normally the cheapest), and the lowest RAM. Then replace them both yourself. It is much cheaper than getting them to do it for you, and is very easy to do..
#15
Specs not any good for me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#16
I own an Inspiron 1720 and has served me well too! I dont know anything about their customer service, I never had to speak to them as mine has been fairly reliable (aside from Windows crashes - but you can't do anything about that, it's the OS fauly, not the laptop).

Voted hot.
#17
philipkole
Specs not any good for me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


??? I hope you didnt vote cold. This site is not what it's all about. You're supposed to vote whether the deal is either HOT or COLD, this is not called thisdealsaregoodformeornot.co.uk

many thanx!
#18
Dell's are great machines, far better quality than most. Customer service in fine.
banned#19
Great price and decent spec if you just need it for day to day use
#20
bu21c
Poor spec for the price......also its Dell...(all Dell's good spec laptops and computers are priced much higher than their competitors) Also cheap Dell's dont last.... I saw a HP at currys for 400 quid........and it had Blue ray, 4gig ram, much nicer screen etc....way better option........Just checked on Curry's website actually.....its 446 now.....(still a better deal tho)


Do you have a link to this please?
#21
I have had a Dell Laptop from work for over four years - taken it around the country - its been knocked around alot but it works fine - I would recommend them any time.

My son bought a Dell from the Ebay Clearance shop it worked fine but my son thought he could hear a slight click occasionally from the hard drive - he phoned up Dell customer service and within days they sent an engineer to our home who replaced the disk drive - try that with Acer you'd be lucky to get your laptop back.
#22
InfernoZeus;4562571
Paying extra money to any pc/laptop manufacturers for RAM/HDD space is a complete waste. You should try and find the smallest HDD option (it's normally the cheapest), and the lowest RAM. Then replace them both yourself. It is much cheaper than getting them to do it for you, and is very easy to do..


I don't think this is good advice for a lot of people. Replacing a hard disk would involve reinstalling the operating system - which is easy for some of us but quite worrying for a lot. With laptops (especially from DELL) you would find it hard to get less than 2GB of memory. This would come in 2 x 1GB strips. So if you wanted 3GB you would have to discard a 1GB strip and buy a 2GB strip. I doubt very much that this would work out that much cheaper than getting DELL to supply a 3GB in the first place BUT look for a DELL package that suits you rather than tailoring a system to meet your needs. It generally works out better this way.

£323 for this DELL is a cracking price. It will be more than adequate for the majority of users who just do web browsing, downloading and a few documents. My neighbout bought a DELL outlet (slightly higher spec one) and the only thing I wasn't keen on was the gloss as it showed every mark.

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