Dell Inspiron N 5010 / 15R i3 3MB 320GB £353.29 @ Dell (refurbished) - HotUKDeals
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At Dell Outlet - Certified Refurbished

Inspiron N5010
Processor : Intel Core i3-350M(2.26GHz,1066MHz,3MB)
Europe Dell Bluetooth 365 Card
Optical Drive : 8X DVD+/-RW Drive including software
LCD Back Cover : Peacock Blue
Display 15.6in HD (1366X768) WLED with TrueLife
3072MB (1x1024 + 1x2048) 1333MHz DDR3 Dual Channel
320 GB
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT)

Price here includes VAT and delivery

The computer is advertised as model N5010, but I have compared this to a 15R sold by Tesco for £549 and they seem to be identical. I'm not an expert in this field, so I stand to be corrected!!
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#1
Not a bad deal, i bought a core i5 from the dell outlet around 6 months ago and (touch wood) it's been fine

Also it would be worth putting re-furb in the title

Edited By: Nad_84 on Oct 14, 2010 15:53: Help
#2
Thanks - noted. As you can probably see I don't post very often - it took me aboout 30mins!!

I got Studio 1545 over 12 months ago and its been fine. With this deal I wonder if they are end of range rather than actual refubs because there are quite a few of them and they seem to be a a slightly different spec than those offered on the main website at the moment
#3
I'm still trying to get a good deal on an i3 or i5 with a 7200rpm hard drive... most of them seem to be 5400rpm, or just slightly out of my price range.
#4
Where do you get £353 from? £370.68 is the cheapest. They were this price last night too.
#5
jrw
Where do you get £353 from? £370.68 is the cheapest. They were this price last night too.

+1
#6
I considered buying this spec yesterday for £329 inc but passed in the end.
#7
[quote=Magurdrac]I'm still trying to get a good deal on an i3 or i5 with a 7200rpm hard drive... most of them seem to be 5400rpm, or just slightly out of my price range.[/quote

Why is 7200 better?
#8
doublekite
[quote=Magurdrac]I'm still trying to get a good deal on an i3 or i5 with a 7200rpm hard drive... most of them seem to be 5400rpm, or just slightly out of my price range.[/quote

Why is 7200 better?


faster, quicker because of more Rotations Per Minute (RPM)
Therefore programs load faster, files open and save faster, data transfer is more speedy, and just makes an overall increase in speed
BUT
its not a big difference to be honest with you. For an ordinary user, considering you are looking at this dell, 5400 is standard and should do fine. Dont spend too much money for something that has one if you are not a power user, and even then most can deal with 5400.... :{
#9
supermandem
doublekite
[quote=Magurdrac]I'm still trying to get a good deal on an i3 or i5 with a 7200rpm hard drive... most of them seem to be 5400rpm, or just slightly out of my price range.[/quote

Why is 7200 better?

faster, quicker because of more Rotations Per Minute (RPM)
Therefore programs load faster, files open and save faster, data transfer is more speedy, and just makes an overall increase in speed
BUT
its not a big difference to be honest with you. For an ordinary user, considering you are looking at this dell, 5400 is standard and should do fine. Dont spend too much money for something that has one if you are not a power user, and even then most can deal with 5400.... :{

Thanks, that's helped me too.
#10
I'm waiting for good deal on a 17 inch, but they seem very thin on the ground at the moment !
#11
Where do you get £353 from? £370.68 is the cheapest. They were this price last night too.

I bought one - there were 2 black ones and I think a red one too. For some reason the blue one kept appearing and disappearing - I guessed someone must have been putting it in their basket, I just kept checking back, but everytime I was on the other colours were available
#12
supermandem
doublekite
[quote=Magurdrac]I'm still trying to get a good deal on an i3 or i5 with a 7200rpm hard drive... most of them seem to be 5400rpm, or just slightly out of my price range.[/quote

Why is 7200 better?


faster, quicker because of more Rotations Per Minute (RPM)
Therefore programs load faster, files open and save faster, data transfer is more speedy, and just makes an overall increase in speed
BUT
its not a big difference to be honest with you. For an ordinary user, considering you are looking at this dell, 5400 is standard and should do fine. Dont spend too much money for something that has one if you are not a power user, and even then most can deal with 5400.... :{


What he said, only I'm purchasing for heavy duty music production use.

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