Dell Refurb Inspiron 1501, Sempron 3500+ 512/60/CDRW/DVD/14.1'' / VISTA/Three year dell onsite warra - HotUKDeals
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This is just a sample of the dells that are on offer from this site, delivery is £17.63 for Laptops and desktops and they have quite a range of other Dell laptop/desdktops and monitors for sale. For instance AMD Turion 64 x2 DUAL CORE 1.6 (TL-50)/1gig/80Gb for £399 with 3yr dell on site warranty! Take a browse around the site. I found an older Compaq for just £117!

Dell Inspiron 1501 notebook
AMD Sempron 3500+ mobile processor
512MB DDR2 SDRAM (533Mhz 1x 512MB)
60GB SATA hard drive
CDRW/DVD COMBO drive
14.1'' Widescreen TFT XGA display (1280x800)
Integrated shared graphics
56k modem & 10/100 network interface
Wireless network adaptor high speed 802.11b/g
PC Express card slot & 3-in-1 media card reader
4x USB 2.0 ports
VGA port
Li-ion battery & ac adaptor
Windows Vista Home Basic & MS Works with COA & backup cds
As new and boxed (Dell factory outlet sealed stock)
Dell three year next business day on site warranty, until 20 March 2010
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[mod]#1
I see the dell haters are striking again with cold votes without being able to at least say why. Both the deals on Dell laptops I have posted today have 3yrs dell warranty which in itself is worth a far bit of cash, and if these cold voters bothered to look around the sites they would have seen TL50 cpu'd 1501's for under £400 with 3yr dell warranty too, now if you can get that sort of deal direct from dell please post it, or at least be bothered to say why you cold voted the deals.
#2
who in their right mind would buy this???????
#3
whats wrong with Dell? =\

i wanted that 6400 Inspiron, a few weeks back but missed out!....i regret not handing over the cash now! the only deal that i can see coems close is the 9400(!?) at £622 it's a bit pricey tho! ..i rem a forumer 'scriptor' purchased a 6400 when the deal was on, and he haggled dell to a superb deal, he hasn't re-posted sadly.

Kepp the good work up MikeT, most of us are VERY gratefull..
#4
I love the people on this site who cold vote without any explanation.

Fair enough, this may not be a great deal to some people but why not post links to other examples, are we not supposed to help each other out?
#5
Its nice to see some different sites ofering Dell laptops! voted hot
#6
Voted cold because their checkout pages do not have proper encryption.

Note that the little lock you normally get in the bottom corner does not appear.

edit: In fact, this is such a serious breach of security, i think it should be mentioned in the OPs post.
[mod]#7
ghost101
Voted cold because their checkout pages do not have proper encryption.

Note that the little lock you normally get in the bottom corner does not appear.

edit: In fact, this is such a serious breach of security, i think it should be mentioned in the OPs post.


The sites checkout is hosted through http://www.topshopper.net/index.asp
#8
MikeT, don't bother with coldsters.... SterlingXS is a recognised e-tailer. They have been in operation for 16 years now and I've known them for nearly a decade. Other e-tailers selling dell stuff include MCSCOM, Aria and EuroPC...
#9
MikeT
The sites checkout is hosted through http://www.topshopper.net/index.asp


The problem is that you send pretty important details on the checkout page without any encryption whatsover.

http://www.sterlingxs.co.uk/shopcart/checkout.php?PHPSESSID=2fd4af66b7d08e0d29f412b1b54f74bd

Youll find that MCSCOM, Aria etc. have proper encryption at every stage. To me its a security flaw on the site.
#10
siliconbits
MikeT, don't bother with coldsters.... SterlingXS is a recognised e-tailer. They have been in operation for 16 years now and I've known them for nearly a decade. Other e-tailers selling dell stuff include MCSCOM, Aria and EuroPC...


They arent in the same league as Aria. However, i feel my point about security on the site is valid.
[mod]#11
[CENTER][FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=4][COLOR=#008080]On-line ordering with SterlingXS couldn't be simpler[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/CENTER]
[LEFT][FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=2][COLOR=#008080] But first ... a word about security.
As you progress through our site, (hopefully) adding items to your shopping basket and entering personal details, the information collated is stored on your computer.
No-one else has access to this information, and cannot see your personal details or what you are ordering. When you come to enter payment information, this is done through a secure server using the latest encryption techniques to maintain your confidentiality.
At the end of the day, only you and Sterling know what is being ordered and the payment details.

How does it work?
On entering our site, a virtual shopping basket is prepared for you, to 'hold' the items you would like to order.
Beside each product there is an Add to Basket button. Some products, particularly Notebooks, have options available. In this case check the boxes for the options you wish to order. Simply click the Add to Basket button, and your selection is added to your shopping basket! You are automatically taken to the review basket screen, where you can amend the quantity if you require more than one. Click Continue Shopping if you want to add more items, or Proceed to Checkout to finalise your order.
At any time, you can check the contents of your basket - simply click the View Basket option on the menu bar to the left of the screen. In review, you can also amend the quantity or even delete a product line altogether.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]
[FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=2][COLOR=#008080]When you have completed your order, go to View Basket and click on the Proceed to Checkout button. A new page opens on which you fill in your name & address, telephone number, e-mail address etc. When complete, click [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=2][COLOR=#008080]Submit details [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=2][COLOR=#008080]and a final summary of your order is displayed. You may still add to or amend your order up until this point. Assuming you are satisfied with your order, click Confirm Order button. At this point your order details are emailed to us, with a confirmation sent to you. A screen confirming this is then displayed. Click Pay by Credit/Debit card on our Secure Server to connect to the card payment page.

Note that all information entered here is encrypted using the latest techniques to maintain the confidentiality of your details. No third party has access to this information. Enter the details and click [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Tahoma][COLOR=#008080][SIZE=2]Submit Details[/SIZE][SIZE=2] to send your card payment information to us.[/SIZE][SIZE=2]

That's it! Your order has been sent to us and a confirmation email sent to you. Goods will normally be dispatched same or next working day. In the unlikely event that we are out of stock of an item, we will contact you to discuss the situation. It is therefore essential that you complete the email address and daytime telephone number sections on the form.[/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT]
#12
I dont doubt your credit/debit card details remain secure. However, that first checkout page isnt. When you submit the order, no recognised encryption is being used. Remember, whenever you enter personal details, look for the lock sign in your browser window (bottom right for firefox, next to address bar for internet explorer 7).

Compare this to mcscom

https://shop.securezone.co.uk/www.mcscom.co.uk/checkout.php?xCmd=login&jssCart=b5a0aa51964733779662f0cf80b4924a

Secure the entire process.

https://shop.securezone.co.uk/www.mcscom.co.uk/checkout.php?xCmd=s1&xFrom=&jssCart=b5a0aa51964733779662f0cf80b4924a

edit: youll have to add something to the basket to see either of these pages properly.
#13
SterlingXS are spot on, I brought a refurbed dell latitude from there about 10 months ago, and its superb, very good service and support. Btw MikeT, ignore the cold votes, I have so far brought an Inspiron 1501 and an E520 purely due to the effort you put into posting the best Dell deals on this site, so many thanks! Voted Hot.
#14
id rather have the top ibm off that website...

thinkpad t41

also mcs seems cheaper in general.
#15
MikeT
I see the dell haters are striking again with cold votes without being able to at least say why.
Take away the Warranty and what you have is a laptop worth under £300 IMO. So you're paying about £80+ for a warranty on a £290- laptop. That's why I vote it cold.

The lack of a DVD burner is a pain also. But for people who prefer Warranties over anything else this is a nice deal I suppose!
#16
I voted cold and always buy Dell. I love 'em. I appreciate this has a 3 year warranty but it has a low spec and for the money I can get a higher spec 1501 new from Dell albeit with a one year warranty. In my experience Dell are very reliable (only 1 failure in 14 systems) so the warranty is not really worthwhile.

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