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DELL inspiron 5000 i5 ( 7th gen) FHD screen £349.99 @ Dell (From Midday)

£349.99 @ Dell
OFFER STARTS FROM 12 midday for the shambles that has been Dell over the weekend. ENTER CODE SAVE200 POSSIBLE 1.1 % CASHBACK @ QUIDCO ? great price if you can be bothered though ful… Read More
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6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
OFFER STARTS FROM 12 midday

for the shambles that has been Dell over the weekend.

ENTER CODE

SAVE200

POSSIBLE 1.1 % CASHBACK @ QUIDCO ?

great price if you can be bothered though

full specs

Processor

7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-7200U Processor (3M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz)

Operating System

Windows 10 Home 64-bit English

Choose your colour

Black - LCD Backcover

Memory1

8GB Single Channel DDR4 2400MHz, up to 16GB (additional memory sold seperately)

Hard Drive

1TB 5400 rpm SATA Hard Drive

Display

15.6 inch LED Backlit Display with Anti-Glare FHD resolution (1920 x 1080)

Warranty

1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support included with your PC

Accidental Damage Service

No Accidental Damage Protection

Microsoft Office

Microsoft® Office 30 Day Trial - Excludes Office License

Security Software

McAfee® LiveSafe Consumer 12 Month Subscription

Keyboard

Keyboard English-UK(Non Backlit)

Optical Drive

Tray load DVD Drive (Reads and Writes to DVD/CD)

Ports

1 HDMI v1.4a

2 USB 3.0

1 USB 2.0

1 Kensington lock slot

Media Card Reader

1 SD card (SD, SDHC, SDXC)

Dimensions

Height: 23.3mm (0.92”) x Width: 390mm (15.35”) x Depth: 259mm (10.20”)

3c/42 WHr: Non-touch: 2.36kg (5.20lb) Touch: 2.35kg (5.19lb)

Wireless

802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2, Dual Band 2.4&5 GHz, 1x1

1 1 GB means 1 billion bytes and TB equals 1 trillion bytes; significant system memory may be used to support graphics, depending on system memory size and other factors.

Special Offers

Free delivery on all Inspiron and XPS laptop PCs and desktops.

Add earphones for £1!

Includes VAT & DeliveryChristmas Delivery

Ready to Ship

29 Nov 2016

E-Value Code: CN55705
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1 Like #1
use code SAVE200 if the site doesn't crash which it will.
1 Like #2
Amazing deal thanks OP - does anyone know if it is an easy job to replace HDD with an SSD on one of these laptops?

Thanks
#3
How do you add headphones for a pound
1 Like #4
Code not working for me - just realised starts at midday.....doh!!

Edited By: pink73 on Nov 28, 2016 06:42: amend
#5
saji
How do you add headphones for a pound


when the offer becomes live (at 12 midday) lots of options come up like software and accessories. dell headphones are a quid offer ends today though not sure if it means offer ends at 23.59 or at 00.01.
#6
pink73
Code not working for me


the offer starts at 12 midday
1 Like #7
Great deal, possibly better than the John Lewis one posted yesterday!
2 Likes #8
loop
Great deal, possibly better than the John Lewis one posted yesterday!

If say the JL one was much better value for money.

- Bigger 17.3" screen (negative for some I suppose)
- Faster i7 7500U processor
- Discrete AMD 445M 4 GB graphics card
- 3 year warranty, vs. 1 year here.
1 Like #9
Uncommon Sense
loop
Great deal, possibly better than the John Lewis one posted yesterday!
If say the JL one was much better value for money.
- Bigger 17.3" screen (negative for some I suppose)
- Faster i7 7500U processor
- Discrete AMD 445M 4 GB graphics card
- 3 year warranty, vs. 1 year here.
This is £100 cheaper though.
Yep a 15" screen is better for most - also makes it much lighter.
Extra USB 3.0 here.
Will the processor speed difference be that noticeable? 7th gen i5 still quick.
All depends what you want it for.
#10
damn, i already bought the ideapad 310 amd a12 from jlewis for £330 :( , my only beef with dell is that they sometimes have some shoddy reliabilty issues. 1 year warranty would be a concern.
#11
Why is the website so awful to navigate, just freezes when clicking continue.
#12
Not bad but the battery life won't be great

42 WHr, 3-Cell Battery
#13
Would the same laptop but with 256gb SSD be better at £544.72?
banned 1 Like #14
This is for general use computing, browsing the web, word docs, spreadsheets, powerpoint, media creation, very light gaming. Only slightly better performance than the i3 which was at £199 but you won't see any difference if you bought say an i3 and added an SSD. So for £150 extra, nearly the price of 2 x i3 laptops, is it worth it. Absolutely not :|
#15
Another deal with no SSD. Is it £200 off all Inspiron laptops or just that one model? Link goes no where and no script blocks java on dell website for being unsafe. Might be better value going for this and upgrading HD.
Brand new CPU but still not using SSD. Wow.
Voted hot for OP efforts.
1 Like #16
wolfraider
This is for general use computing, browsing the web, word docs, spreadsheets, powerpoint, media creation, very light gaming. Only slightly better performance than the i3 which was at £199 but you won't see any difference if you bought say an i3 and added an SSD. So for £150 extra, nearly the price of 2 x i3 laptops, is it worth it. Absolutely not :|


you are aware it has ddr4 ram and is quite a bit better processor? a 5th gen i3 v a 7th gen i5 ?
and a full HD screen ?
#17
How do you change the back LED cover to white or red?
#18
Anil90
How do you change the back LED cover to white or red?


I'm not sure if you can ? the site was updating the price when I posted it. I'm guessing it may only be black ?
#19
dawsonz
Would the same laptop but with 256gb SSD be better at £544.72?


275gig crucial ssd 70 quid caddy 5 quid.

oops didn't see deal of the day 525 gig crucial ssd for 80 quid. plus 5 quid for caddy.

no would be my answer. you can upgrade then the options of shaping out dvdrw for the old hdd or use old hdd in a caddy for 1tb storage via USB.

Edited By: brum on Nov 28, 2016 09:02: added the better ssd
1 Like #20
brum
Anil90
How do you change the back LED cover to white or red?
I'm not sure if you can ? the site was updating the price when I posted it. I'm guessing it may only be black ?
Ah okay thanks anyway = )
#21
dawsonz
Would the same laptop but with 256gb SSD be better at £544.72?


Get the hp 250 deal in instead. £250
1 Like #22
brum
use code SAVE200 if the site doesn't crash which it will.


1000% right
#23
Touch screen = NO.

Freezing B cold
#24
DFA1977
Amazing deal thanks OP - does anyone know if it is an easy job to replace HDD with an SSD on one of these laptops?

Thanks

All Dell kit is simple to undo so long as you the right Youtube video. Go to Crucial page and get compatible SSD.
1 Like #25
fubob11
my only beef with dell is that they sometimes have some shoddy reliabilty issues. 1 year warranty would be a concern.

Huh? That's news to me I could probably be described as an all out Dell fanboy if you looked at my kit and it's all been rock solid apart from when I dropped a vostro v13 down the stairs (RIP). My tank of a precision m6400 is still going strong I can't bear to part with it (and I'm not strong enough to lift it into the bin).
2 Likes #26
I don't care how good the deal is. My dignity's worth more than going through this process for a third time with Dell and their alleged website. I've taken my money elsewhere for a company that won't treat me like mindless cattle.

Edited By: schnide on Nov 28, 2016 10:26: .
1 Like #27
wolfraider
This is for general use computing, browsing the web, word docs, spreadsheets, powerpoint, media creation, very light gaming. Only slightly better performance than the i3 which was at £199 but you won't see any difference if you bought say an i3 and added an SSD. So for £150 extra, nearly the price of 2 x i3 laptops, is it worth it. Absolutely not :|

please do the human race a favour and unplug your modem/router.
#28
ccnp
Touch screen = NO.
Freezing B cold

Are you serious??
1 Like #29
Oh man. I payed £120 more for this laptop, albeit with the dedicated GPU, a month ago.

It stings.

The laptop is alright. Battery life could be better. Screen isn't IPS but is alright for a TN.
1 Like #30
colourpie
fubob11
my only beef with dell is that they sometimes have some shoddy reliabilty issues. 1 year warranty would be a concern.

Huh? That's news to me I could probably be described as an all out Dell fanboy if you looked at my kit and it's all been rock solid apart from when I dropped a vostro v13 down the stairs (RIP). My tank of a precision m6400 is still going strong I can't bear to part with it (and I'm not strong enough to lift it into the bin).


just my experience, i had a £500 dell laptop i used for uni years ago which managed to unsolder the graphics chip due to heating issues after 2 years, it was a common problem that dell knew about but never fixed. The more expensive stuff probably has higher build quality but their cheaper stuff has motherboard issues. i`ve owned 3 dells before, 2 of the cheaper ones broke after 1-2years use. the only one that has lasted cost £800 at the time.
2 Likes #31
brum
use code SAVE200 if the site doesn't crash which it will.

Definition of insanity. Doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results, expect I don't know who the crazy ones are - Dell for posting these deals when their site is not up to coping with the demand, or us mugs for wasting our time trying to get them.
#32
Do they send abroad or only to UK?
#33
Will this code work on other laptops too ?
#34
Gapicek
Do they send abroad or only to UK?


all over the world
#35
2 Likes #36
stretch you fingers and get your F5 ready because you are going to be pressing it a whole load for hours !!!!
1 Like #37
yep. I'm after a 250 max lappy for son. not bothering with this but hopefully someone gets the 5 on offer
#38
For those looking to purchase this like I was for an uncle, be aware that the battery is integrated into the case and cannot be replaced when it no longer holds charge. You'll either need to send it back Dell to be replaced, or open it up yourself and replace it if you know how. The Dell site doesn't allow a swappable battery to be selected which is kind of BS. I confirmed this with a Dell Sales person online.
#39
A0000C
Oh man. I payed £120 more for this laptop, albeit with the dedicated GPU, a month ago.
It stings.
The laptop is alright. Battery life could be better. Screen isn't IPS but is alright for a TN.

Dell chat have just told me it's IPS.
Does yours have the FHD screen?
1 Like #40
Uncommon Sense
loop
Great deal, possibly better than the John Lewis one posted yesterday!
If say the JL one was much better value for money.
- Bigger 17.3" screen (negative for some I suppose)
- Faster i7 7500U processor
- Discrete AMD 445M 4 GB graphics card
- 3 year warranty, vs. 1 year here.


Biggest difference is likely to be that people actually managed to order the one at John Lewis.

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