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Dell Inspiron 1525 T5750 3GB 15.4" Laptop £418.85

£418.85 @ Tesco Direct
Dell Inspiron 1525 T5750 3GB 15.4" Laptop Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz Hard Drive: 250GB Memory: 3GB Webcam, HDMI etc Was £449 Now: £429 Plus: Voucher of £15 off Code: TDX-FDAN Tota…
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Dell Inspiron 1525 T5750 3GB 15.4" Laptop

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz
Hard Drive: 250GB
Memory: 3GB
Webcam, HDMI etc
Was £449 Now: £429
Plus:
Voucher of £15 off
Code: TDX-FDAN
Total £414 + 4.85(Delivery) = £418.85
Also Quidco can be used!

There is also a similar laptop at PC World with 120Gb Hard drive and 2Gb memory for £399!
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/pcw_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@1525555642.1217949741@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccegadeekleifdhcflgceggdhhmdgmh.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=435183&category_oid=-35054

Pretty Good Spec Laptop For The Price!
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#1
You always can pick them up from Tesco (selected stores), saving the £4.85 delivery cost!
#2
Beamer
You always can pick them up from Tesco (selected stores), saving the £4.85 delivery cost!


Thanks!!
#3
Beamer
You always can pick them up from Tesco (selected stores), saving the £4.85 delivery cost!



Then you would miss out on the 3% quidco (£12.42 :p)

This deal is £50 cheaper than dell themselves! Even though its only got a ****** on-board graphics card this is cheap so hot hot hot! :-D
#4
Beamer
You always can pick them up from Tesco (selected stores), saving the £4.85 delivery cost!


Good point, but use the SIM trick. Still HOT..!
#5
Steeljedi
Then you would miss out on the 3% quidco (£12.42 :p)


Why would you miss out on quidco?... I ordered one from tesco - (a desktop) on sunday - for collection from store Monday - and I got quidco....
#6
Good deal, not as good as that Sony one I got..:-D
#7
Hot.

Nobody claimed they can build a better one cheaper yet? Has someone turned the Internet off?
#8
dontdothatagain
Good deal, not as good as that Sony one I got..:-D

Why not?
#9
i am tempted by both this one and the pink sony cr31 at littlewoods but cant decide which is better!!! HELP!
#10
You do get quidco when collecting in store (£ 10.95, as quidco is calculated on the price before VAT) and you also get 858 clubcard points.
#11
Hmmm its a good deal, but its not got a onboard graphics card. Plus its a dell!! Spend my life at uni trying to fix mates dells!!
#12
Andyrew
Hmmm its a good deal, but its not got a onboard graphics card. Plus its a dell!! Spend my life at uni trying to fix mates dells!!


I have has two dell laptops over the past 4 years. I have never had a build fault, component fault or software problem. Why do so many people have such a grudge against DELL. Sometimes I thing that the negative comments come from nerd idiologists than real owners.

Posted by a very happy DELL laptop owner ( over more than 4 years ).
banned#13
Beamer
You always can pick them up from Tesco (selected stores), saving the £4.85 delivery cost!


lol but then you'd miss out on the extra tenner off
#14
moneysaverraver
lol but then you'd miss out on the extra tenner off


Nope, you still can get the £ 15 discount if you pick it up.
banned#15
Beamer
Nope, you still can get the £ 15 discount if you pick it up.


oh yeah, forgot you was on about ordering it online then picking it up :oops:
#16
gezmek
I have has two dell laptops over the past 4 years. I have never had a build fault, component fault or software problem. Why do so many people have such a grudge against DELL. Sometimes I thing that the negative comments come from nerd idiologists than real owners.

Posted by a very happy DELL laptop owner ( over more than 4 years ).


I have worked around computers for a while now tho its not my proffession, and tho i have to admit for buisness dells make a sense. I have had experiences of drives not installed properly, sound cards incorrectly installed, bad XP installation, bad customer service etc... doesnt anyone remember what happend when Mircosoft bought out its genuine advantage, and its not what i would expect. Plus for desktop you could build your own and save a package.

Though everyone is intitled to there opinon and dont get me wrong you could do alot worse then a dell!!! And i have notice they have improved there service alot reciently! i think they needed to!!! But i just wouldnt recomend them unless the spec was particually good for the money. Though the new XPS range seems reliable so far!
1 Like #17
Andyrew;2683373
Plus for desktop you could build your own and save a package.



Rubbish. Living in the past :-(

I have even given up asking posters to prove this, it has become a bit of a bore, so don't bother.
#18
I will prove this to you when i get the chance when i get home from work tonight! i will post up two specs from a (current) dell and a custom (custom cheaper) and prove its cheaper building you own.
1 Like #19
Andyrew;2688218
I will prove this to you when i get the chance when i get home from work tonight! i will post up two specs from a (current) dell and a custom (custom cheaper) and prove its cheaper building you own.


Ah, no, that's not how it works... pick the worst deal on Dell's site, and beat it, that's a doddle! I could probably buy stuff over the counter at PC World & do that! Nobody ever said Dell were always cheaper! As for custom or extra items, they are a total RIP OFF, that would be no challenge.

Get a good lower to middle-ish spec deal from Dell (or something like the 284 quid Quad core Dell at Tesco recently) [I am not sure if there are any reasonable Deals of any sort about at the moment to illustrate], then build a comparable system, with OS & Delivery for a comparable price & get it working in the same time scale. If you are lucky, you might come near for price, if the right stuff is available at the time, and the deliveries go well, but it won't be sitting on the desk productively in the same timescale.

Custom high end or gaming PCs are not what the average private or business buyer gets, it is the "ordinary" stuff that they get delivered, turn on put a few details in and it's working! Like the laptop on this thread, we are not talking about anything more specialised.

We all made up machines in the past, but you can't do better now, even though I would LIKE to be able to do that, as it is satisfying knowing you have done a good job AND saved money, but Dell have cornered this market, clearly they buy masses of kit, at cheapest prices and churn it out, and they seem to have changed the entire market at this level.

Every thread on PCs gets this sort of thing dragged up, and it's very very tiresome now, I must be at a loose end, because I said to myself I wouldn't rise to one of these posts again, other than describing it as rubbish; however I was in a good mood, and didn't want you to waste your time, thinking that would apply to ANY Dell PC, and I might not have even get round to reading the post, but seeing you are a new contributor, I thought I had better qualify things!
#20
now shown out of stock...
#21
packard
now shown out of stock...


BACK IN STOCK!
#22
Andyrew
Plus for desktop you could build your own and save a package.
!


Why would you bother?

The savings are often so small, all you need to do is look for a half decent off the shelf deal, team it up with quidco, and youve saved the hassle.

Anyone who can buy "building pcs for dummies" can put together a pc these days, no jumpers to set or anything any more. I dont think you would save a package, I think you'd save £20 and you wouldn't even have a legit copy of an OS (linux excluded) for that price. Id PAY £20 for someone to put it together for me! And Id have a comprehensive warranty as well!
#23
Andyrew
Hmmm its a good deal, but its not got a onboard graphics card. Plus its a dell!! [COLOR="Red"]Spend(t) my life at uni trying to fix mates dells!![/COLOR]


That may be the reason why you failed.
#24
gezmek
I have has two dell laptops over the past 4 years. I have never had a build fault, component fault or software problem. Why do so many people have such a grudge against DELL. Sometimes I thing that the negative comments come from nerd idiologists than real owners.

Posted by a very happy DELL laptop owner ( over more than 4 years ).


Yes, I agreed. I got 3 DELL laptops in past 3 years. The oldest 9300 still working fine.
#25
out of stock, tesco seem to be getting quite good at running out of their laptops quickly
#26
ro888
Yes, I agreed. I got 3 DELL laptops in past 3 years. The oldest 9300 still working fine.


Dells old and new seem to work fine for me. Customer service takes a while to get through too but you can, if you are patient, get what you want.

DIY PC building is a pointless exercise these days. :lazy:
#27
This deal has not expired. I've just joined so I can write on here!!
I bought this laptop the other day from Tesco in Batley and its ace!! apparently its only available in selected stores on a first come first serve basis! And double points so you get £8.60 on your club card!
#28
Out of stock again so i went with the hp because it had 8400 graphics card voted hot though:thumbsup:
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-4693.aspx
#29
Have 1 of these for sale with 2gb of memory
I got it as an insurance replacement,received it on 15/08/08
Brand new,never swtiched on
£370 delivered
Any takers??????
#30
Still not expired, they had more in stock at Tescos Batley when I went in on Tuesday! I dont know how to un-expire this!
#31
This computer sounds really good to me, but I'm now concerned about the lack of graphics card. Is one necessary? I've just read an article saying Windows Vista needs a graphics card to look the way it's meant to look. I don't want to buy a laptop and have poor graphics quality, even though mine will mainly be for working (ie. microsoft office programmes).

Any thoughts on graphics cards welcomed. Plus, any other deals very similar to this laptop but just with a graphics card?

If I find any I'll post on here!
Thanks :-)
#32
In fact, what about this one? But I guess it's paying £70 just to have a graphics card?

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