Dell Inspiron 6400, Dual Core 1.86GHz, 2GB, 160GB HDD, dvdrw, 15.4" wscreen, £359.08 delivered, Win XP/Vista - HotUKDeals
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**** Free delivery offer means that price went down a bit.

Less than 18 pounds more expensive than the earlier Vostro deal I posted. Some of you might prefer Inspiron. As usual try to get some cashback using Quidco. Also worth noting is that you can choose between XP and Vista. Catalog Number : 202 N1264051

Base Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core Processor T2130 (1.86 GHz, 533 MHz FSB, 1 MB L2-cache)
Microsoft Operating System Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition - English
Memory 2048MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x1024]
Keyboard Internal Keyboard - UK/Irish (QWERTY)
Video Card Intel® Media Accelerator 950 Graphics Up to 256MB shared graphics memory
Hard Drive 160GB (5400RPM) SATA Hard Drive
Floppy Drives No Floppy Drive
Modem 56.6k V.92 Capable Internal Modem & Adapter - UK
CD/DVD Drives Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Drive including Software
Sound Cards Integrated Sound Blaster® Audigy® ADVANCED HD Audio- Full Version
Wireless Local Area Networking Dell Wireless 1390 802.11b/g Mini-PCI Card (for Dual-Core Processors)
Shipping Documents English Documentation with UK Power Cord
Gedis Bundle Reference N1264051
Microsoft Application Software Microsoft® Works 8.0 - English
Standard Warranty 1 Year Base Warranty - Collect & Return
Hardware Support 1 Year Base Warranty - Collect & Return
AntiVirus & Security Software No Security/Anti-Virus Protection - English
Power Supply 65W AC Adapter
Bluetooth No Bluetooth Upgrade
Order Information Inspiron Order - UK
Primary Battery 6 cell Lithium-Ion Battery (53 Whr)
Carrying Cases No Carry Case
Dell System Media Kit Resource CD - contains Diagnostics and Drivers
Colour Choice No QuickSnap® LCD Back Cover
Accidental Damage Support No Accidental Damage Support
Dell Internet Order Dell Internet Order.
LCD 15.4" Wide Screen WXGA (1280 x 800) Display
Miscellaneous - For Global Premier only HSB Order
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#1
Would have been nice to have a direct url to the actual deal rather than the manufacturers homepage
#2
much rather have the core 2 than amd as they are slooow
#3
Its not AMD..
And modern AMD are good
#4
This seems a good deal..........

Is it available to home users or just buissness users?

The notebook comes with windows vista buissness intalled as OS

There are no similar deals on the dell homepage :?
#5
£374.83 via your link..unless you are including Quidco?

Looks same as Mike T's http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/127285/dell-inspiron-6400-notebook-1-86ghz/all/all/hot/
#6
isn't this a duplicate of mikes post just with quidco added which i didn't think should be factored into the deal price as its not certain?

Great deal but cold for duplicating an original post.

C
#7
cruffle;1391900
isn't this a duplicate of mikes post just with quidco added which i didn't think should be factored into the deal price as its not certain?

Great deal but cold for duplicating an original post.

C


twinkle;1391873
£374.83 via your link..unless you are including Quidco?

Looks same as Mike T's http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/127285/dell-inspiron-6400-notebook-1-86ghz/all/all/hot/


Errr... Is it me or I posted the deal before MikeT's - look at the dates
#8
both say 1 week 2 days ago?
#9
Hmmm.... The Product numbers are different though. I genuinely did not copy or dupped MikeT's deal anyway...
#10
Just check
http://www.wizmarkcomputers.co.uk
http://www.dmxdimension.com

for all the best dell e-codes.
#11
original link appears dead
#12
siliconbits
Errr... Is it me or I posted the deal before MikeT's - look at the dates


Possibly...I can't tell with this site ...I honestly though you had only posted this today:)
.....it was never this confusing before.....no offense intended :thumbsup:

...goes off to try mse...........................................
#13
Agreed I used to like all the newly posted deals at the start or the deals that contained new posts. The old design seemed much more user friendly and it was more effective. Still love the site though!
#14
if I am right to say so... the original price is £374.00

after Quidco 5% cashback = £355.30
after tesco clubcard points (mastercard, £3.55) = £351.75 :santa:

It is Pentium.. not the Centrino version that will save power to run longer. still a good deal though !!!
#15
Kengboon. The price has been hiked up since last week. I tend not to include Quidco in my deals actually. Also this particular version of Pentium is not the same as the previous Pentiums/Pentia that used to be sold. This one is a dual core (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_Dual-Core_microprocessors) and is not more power hungry than other processors. The E2130 consumes 31w for example, which is less than ALL Core 2 Duo mobile processors (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Core_2_microprocessors#Mobile_processors).
#16
siliconbits
Kengboon. The price has been hiked up since last week. I tend not to include Quidco in my deals actually. Also this particular version of Pentium is not the same as the previous Pentiums/Pentia that used to be sold. This one is a dual core (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_Dual-Core_microprocessors) and is not more power hungry than other processors. The E2130 consumes 31w for example, which is less than ALL Core 2 Duo mobile processors (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Core_2_microprocessors#Mobile_processors).



I remember reading an article sometime ago listing the type of processor relate to the power consumption as follows:-

Pentium Dual Core
Centrino Dual Core
Core 2 Dual. (best)

Don't seem to be able to find that article to share.
#17
kengboon1;1393200
I remember reading an article sometime ago listing the type of processor relate to the power consumption as follows:-

Pentium Dual Core
Centrino Dual Core
Core 2 Dual. (best)

Don't seem to be able to find that article to share.


There's no such thing as a Centrino Dual Core. Centrino is an Intel Platform which consisted of the CPU, motherboard and wireless Chipset. As for your article, it might be referring to the desktop version of the processor rather than the mobile version itself. More here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centrino
#18
siliconbits
There's no such thing as a Centrino Dual Core. Centrino is an Intel Platform which consisted of the CPU, motherboard and wireless Chipset. As for your article, it might be referring to the desktop version of the processor rather than the mobile version itself. More here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centrino


There are several versions of dual-core processor. you will see the Intel processor sticker on the notebook as follows:-
Intel Pentium Dual
Intel Centrino Dual
Intel Core2Dual
Intel Centrino Pro

this site will give comparison amongst the centrino processors (different type of processor stickers can be seen)
http://www.intel.com/products/centrino/compare.htm
see the mobile performance and battery life spec.

this site will give the spec of pentium processor
http://processorfinder.intel.com/

Currys also explains differernt type of processors with the processor labels.
http://www.currysknow-how.co.uk/en/Buyers-guides/Laptops1/Features/

You will find that the Core2Dual version gives a longer battery life, then followed by Centrino Dual. This is the infor from official site.

btw, I am using the Intel Centrino Dual.. it does exist though.
#19
kengboon1;1400937
There are several versions of dual-core processor. you will see the Intel processor sticker on the notebook as follows:-
Intel Pentium Dual
Intel Centrino Dual
Intel Core2Dual
Intel Centrino Pro

this site will give comparison amongst the centrino processors (different type of processor stickers can be seen)
http://www.intel.com/products/centrino/compare.htm
see the mobile performance and battery life spec.

this site will give the spec of pentium processor
http://processorfinder.intel.com/

Currys also explains differernt type of processors with the processor labels.
http://www.currysknow-how.co.uk/en/Buyers-guides/Laptops1/Features/

You will find that the Core2Dual version gives a longer battery life, then followed by Centrino Dual. This is the infor from official site.

btw, I am using the Intel Centrino Dual.. it does exist though.


The first link you showed me point to a spreadsheet containing a product comparison list. All the processors I see there are either Intel Core 2 Solo or Duo. In the second one.. Well... I see the processor names in the drop down menu but again, no Centrino :whistling:Only Intel processors - the real ones. So I stand by my initial claim that Centrino is in fact a platform - the first link you sent me confirms just that.

BTW, I wouldn't trust Currys or in fact the PC World family for advice. Stick to wikipedia and avoid the marketing gimmick

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