Dell Inspiron 9400 Laptop Core2Duo 1.66Ghz 1Gig 60Gig WiFi Just £699 or less delivered - HotUKDeals
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A weekend price reduction has appeared on this 9400 series.

305-N10945 - £699 or less delivered

Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor T5500 (1.66 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 667 MHz FSB) | Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition, SP2 (Does not include Operating System Re-Installation CD) | 17" Wide Screen WXGA (1440x900) TFT Display | 1024MB 533MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM (2x512) | 60GB (5,400rpm) Hard Drive | Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW with Software | Intel® Media Accelerator 950 Graphics Up to 128MB shared graphics memory | 6 Cell, 56Whr Lithium Ion Primary Battery | 56.6k V.92 Capable Internal Modem & Adapter | Integrated Sound Blaster® | Audigy® ADVANCED HD Audio- Trial Version | Intel® Pro Wireless 3945 802.11a/b/g Mini PCI Wireless LAN Card for Core 2 Duo Processors | Microsoft® Works 8.5 - English

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#1
Thanks Mike :)
[mod]#2
There are 2 9400's with identical prices but different specs now with the further weekend price reductions, so I will post both for you.

305-N10945a - £699 or less delivered
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T5600 (1.83 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 667 MHz FSB)
Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition, SP2 (Does not include Operating System Re-Installation CD)
17" Wide Screen WXGA (1440x900) TFT Display
512MB 533MHz Single Channel DDR2 SDRAM (1x512)
80GB (5,400rpm) Hard Drive
Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW with Software
Intel® Media Accelerator 950 Graphics Up to 128MB shared graphics memory
6 Cell, 56Whr Lithium Ion Primary Battery
56.6k V.92 Capable Internal Modem & Adapter
Integrated Sound Blaster® Audigy® ADVANCED HD™ Audio- Trial Version
Intel® Pro Wireless 3945 802.11a/b/g Mini PCI Wireless LAN Card for Core 2 Duo Processors
Microsoft® Works 8.5 - English

Reduce the warranty to minimum to get the above price and buy via Quidco for further cashback savings.

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#3
cheers mike. do you know whether this laptop has good battery hour?
#4
I would suggest you to change it to 9 cell, that should give u round about 4 - 5 hours worth of battery time

I d never bother with 6 cell personally!
#5
Was just going to suggest that too eSimple :) Although their batteries are now double the price from last month, still worth £22 upgrade I think...
[mod]#6
anterminator
cheers mike. do you know whether this laptop has good battery hour?


I really dont know for sure having not owned one of these yet, but would expect 2hrs or more from the standard 6cell. It all depends what your trying to do as to how long I guess, lots of variables even down to screen brightness.
[mod]#7
9 Cell battery is £11.75 more on the 9400 and yes I would recommend it too unless money is real tight ;-)
#8
Ah :) Just the new models have the higher priced batteries :roll: Definitely a must for £11.75 then ;-)
#9
I know I say this each time the Dell 17" laptops get publicised on here...

But please note, this model of laptop is *very* heavy.

I had one issued to me at work, and I sent it back and swapped it for the much-more-luggable 15" version.

End of disclaimer.
#10
I have had the 9400 for about 6 months now and really like the size of the screen. I would defintely go for the bigger battery. I have it and only get just over 2 hours battery, but I think that is because I have one of the higher end video cards.
#11
I'm waiting for the massively humungus xps- M2010 20.1" laptop to reduce in price, it's still £2000+ odd pounds, its been out a few months. When do you reckon they might reduce the price on this? Or while waiting for any future price cuts, shall I hang on for tech changes such as HD-dvd etc. Tell me your opinions.
#12
UncleMike
I know I say this each time the Dell 17" laptops get publicised on here...

But please note, this model of laptop is *very* heavy.

I had one issued to me at work, and I sent it back and swapped it for the much-more-luggable 15" version.

End of disclaimer.


;-) the m2010 is 8.2 kg plus. I've got strong arms its ok!
[mod]#13
Last day before Dell updates for this one

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