Dell Inspiron 15R N00N5004 (Intel Pentium Dual Core P6000 1.86GHz, Windows 7 Home Premium, 15.6" High Definition (1366x768) WLED, 4GB, 500GB) - HotUKDeals
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Dell Inspiron 15R N00N5004 Intel Pentium Dual Core P6000 1.86GHz - Windows 7 Home Premium - 15.6" High Definition (1366x768) WLED - 4GB RAM - 500GB - Integrated Intel GMA HD - DVD Writer

COLOUR CHOICE Mars Black
SYSTEM RECOVERY OS Media MUI Windows® 7 Home Premium (64 BIT) Resource DVD edit
OFFICE SOFTWARE Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
PROCESSOR Intel® Pentium® Dual Core P6000 (1.86GHz, 3M)
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit- English
Gedis Bundle Reference N07N5004
Order Information Inspiron N5010 Order - UK
LCD 15.6" High Definition (1366x768) WLED
Camera 1.3 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera
Shipping Documents English Documentation
Memory 4096MB 1333MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM [2x2048]
Hard Drive 500GB (5400RPM) Serial ATA Hard Drive
Dell System Media Kit Inspiron N5010 Resource DVD (Diagnostic & Drivers)
Optical Devices DVD +/- RW Drive (read/write CD & DVD)
Power Supply 65W AC Adaptor
Primary Battery Primary 6-cell 48 WHr Lithium Ion battery
Carrying Cases No Carry Case
Cables 1 Meter Power Cord - UK
Video Card Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator
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#1
Or get a faster Core i3-350m with less ram and hard drive for £429:

http://www.dmxdimension.com/recommend/N0056401

or a Core i5-430m for £499:

http://www.dmxdimension.com/recommend/N0056407

- Simon.
#2
brookheather
Or get a faster Core i3-350m with less ram and hard drive for £429:

http://www.dmxdimension.com/recommend/N0056401

or a Core i5-430m for £499:

http://www.dmxdimension.com/recommend/N0056407

- Simon.


Why would less RAM and hard drive make up for the difference in the Core i3 or i5 processor? Tried the difference personally, virtually unnoticeable to the average user
#3
While this Pentium P6000 is based on the same core that's found in the Core i3/i5 processors, I'd take a faster CPU (the Core i3's include hyperthreading, allowing them to deal with 4 threads vs only 2 on the P6000) and slightly less ram / hard drive space over a slower CPU any day - RAM and hard drive can be upgraded if it becomes an issue, the CPU cannot.
#4
if your going to spend £500 go for the newer i5 cpu model everytime.
#5
Built in graphics adapter? I'd go for a separate graphics card every time.
#6
biglugs1
Built in graphics adapter? I'd go for a separate graphics card every time.


In fairness, the new Intel HD (on-cpu chip) graphics are quite a bit better than the old GMA stuff - similar to the old low-end discrete from AMD/Nvidia.

While discrete is great, you normally have to spend quite a bit more on a decent discrete setup before you can actually "do more" (it's no use if Intel HD would give you 5fps and the discrete option 15fps - you'd need to step up again to get one that actually makes the game or whatever playable etc...).

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