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Dell Studio 15 Core-i 5 Laptop £529.00

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Edit - just seen post by dunkerz, didn't find it on original search, apologies! Still a good deal!!

2nd edit - thanks to shivani_2014: try voucher code KSRX8DJSHLKWD0

Seems a good price for an i5 pc, thought I might as well stick my head on the block and post it. 500G upgrade deal ends 24 Feb.

Components
Intel® Core i5-430M (2.26Ghz, 4Threads, turbo boost up to 2.53 GHz, 3MB cache)
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
4096MB 1333MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM [2x2048]
500GB (5400RPM) Serial ATA Hard Drive
512MB ATI Mobility RADEON HD 4570 Graphics Card
DVD +/- RW Drive (read/write CD & DVD) with DVD Burn software
Primary 6-cell 56 WHr Lithium Ion battery
15.6" High Definition (1366x768) WLED
Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Keyboard
Dell Wireless 1397 Mini Card (802.11 b/g)
2.0 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera
Services & Software
1Yr In-Home Warranty Support, including evenings and Saturdays
DataSafe Online Backup 2GB 1 year
Black chainlink
Electronics
McAfee® Security Centre - 15 Month Protection - English
Also Includes
1 Meter Power Cord (3 Wire) - UK
English Documentation
N0255803
1 year of coverage included with your PC
Studio 1558 Order - UK
No Carrying Case
Studio 1558 Resource DVD (Diagnostic & Drivers)
90W AC Adaptor
Silver chainlink palm rest with Black Chainlink cover only
No Accidental Damage Support
Wireless Label CI5
Datasafe Local 2.0 Basic
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1 Like #1
'KSRX8DJSHLKWD0 ' knocks off 5% of the price. So you can get it delivered for 503.55. Good Price for the spec.
#2
shivani_2014
'KSRX8DJSHLKWD0 ' knocks off 5% of the price. So you can get it delivered for 503.55. Good Price for the spec.


Thanks! :thumbsup:
#3
just bought one myself, 3 year warranty only £39
1 Like #4
#5
tobias234567


I guess due to unclear description. It would be more precise + obvious other factors you have to face while posting on HUKD. There are many idiots voting cold at anything.
Yes, your deal was almost as good as this one so I do feel sorry for you and I understand your disappointment. Nobody likes to get the deal killed without single reason.

You just got a rep for the effort :)
#6
tobias234567

As 7777777 said the description was too vague and didn't even give the spec at all.
#7
repost?
#8
Don't forget 6% quidco! (recently gone up from 3% probably for a limited time)

Its a pity when I config it the way I want it it comes to £688.99
#9
Not an exact repost - these offers keep changing. Although the base price (£529) is the same, you can now get 3 years advanced (In home) warranty for £39 - this was £80 earlier this week (when I ordered) - I have cancelled and re-ordered with this, so I am grateful this was posted.

(am also ordering a second system for my mother, so its been doubly helpful!)
#10
voted hot BUT.......

seriously consider spending an extra 100 quid and get:
* i7-720 CPU - this CPU rules 8 threads of pure power (don't go further thei7-820 doesnt offer that much of an improvement for £400)
* 7200 speed hard drive still 500GB
* 1GB graphics card - double the memory

Seriously the CPU is worth an extra 100 earth pounds.

Still 100 quid is 100 quid therefore voted hot.
#11
You must be rich to pay sooooooo much for a lapi.
#12
Can you use quidco and the voucher code?
#13
ChaseTerrace
Can you use quidco and the voucher code?


Yes, I have used a voucher and quidco before. The quidco is ex vat and delivery, but I had it track the pre-voucher price (this was on nokia site) before
#14
Can someone comment on the amount of heat these Dell Studio 15 bad boys exhale?

I had the older Dell M1530 laptop with BR burner and the thing felt like it is going to catch on fire!
Heat is also no good for the male organ in between the legs!:thumbsup:
#15
For £100 there isn't that much of a difference between processors....

Wait another week or so and this'll have the upgraded GPU in it (which isn't anything special anyway)
#16
theuprightman24
voted hot BUT.......

seriously consider spending an extra 100 quid and get:
* i7-720 CPU - this CPU rules 8 threads of pure power (don't go further thei7-820 doesnt offer that much of an improvement for £400)
* 7200 speed hard drive still 500GB
* 1GB graphics card - double the memory

Seriously the CPU is worth an extra 100 earth pounds.

Still 100 quid is 100 quid therefore voted hot.


Can only see the one that is £150 more - £529 and £679
#17
KaBoom
Can someone comment on the amount of heat these Dell Studio 15 bad boys exhale?

I had the older Dell M1530 laptop with BR burner and the thing felt like it is going to catch on fire!
Heat is also no good for the male organ in between the legs!:thumbsup:


can second that, had an M1730 die due to overheating. well known problem as well. looking for a decent laptop that doesn't weigh too much so would be interested in knowing whether these studio laptops suffer the same overheating problems.
#18
Zek
Can only see the one that is £150 more - £529 and £679


I applied 5% voucher and 5% quidco to get the price down :thumbsup:
#19
shivani_2014
'KSRX8DJSHLKWD0 ' knocks off 5% of the price. So you can get it delivered for 503.55. Good Price for the spec.


Worth adding this Voucher code to the deal.
#20
theuprightman24
voted hot BUT.......

seriously consider spending an extra 100 quid and get:
* i7-720 CPU - this CPU rules 8 threads of pure power (don't go further thei7-820 doesnt offer that much of an improvement for £400)
* 7200 speed hard drive still 500GB
* 1GB graphics card - double the memory

Seriously the CPU is worth an extra 100 earth pounds.

Still 100 quid is 100 quid therefore voted hot.


The GPU offers no significant improvement over whats included and is no way worth the extra £70. If anything, I would recommend getting the 9 cell battery for £60 as the 6 cell included will only give you around 3 hours of juice.

Cracking price for the spec however. Anyone looking for a mid range laptop should jump on this. I feel robbed buying a Samsung R580 this week with lower spec for the same price!
#21
this looks really great (especially the i7 model). I wish it gave an indication of battery life & weight though - anyone any ideas?

had settled on this: http://uk.insight.com/p/HPYA06PA3/hp-probook-5310m-core-2-duo-sp9300-226-ghz.html - but now thinking about the dell! any laptop experts have any advice?
#22
i want to go for this but i also want a 9 cell battery, someone else suggested sticking with a 6 cell from dell and buying a 9 cell elsewhere but i dont know where to find one any ideas?
#23
menz83
The GPU offers no significant improvement over whats included and is no way worth the extra £70. If anything, I would recommend getting the 9 cell battery for £60 as the 6 cell included will only give you around 3 hours of juice.

Cracking price for the spec however. Anyone looking for a mid range laptop should jump on this. I feel robbed buying a Samsung R580 this week with lower spec for the same price!


The GPU is a small step up - it's the combo of GPU, 7200 HD and the CPU - but mainly the CPU....
#24
dubplate
this looks really great (especially the i7 model). I wish it gave an indication of battery life & weight though - anyone any ideas?

had settled on this: http://uk.insight.com/p/HPYA06PA3/hp-probook-5310m-core-2-duo-sp9300-226-ghz.html - but now thinking about the dell! any laptop experts have any advice?


No question the Dell i5 wins - CPU, RAM & GPU out classed. The i7, which if you hadn't guessed I am a big fan of, takes it to another level.

Thr only question I ask is what do you want it for? Media, games, general use?
#25
just noticed that you can add the ati 1GB 5470 for £70 if that interests anyone, how much better than the standard 4570 is that?
#26
theuprightman24
No question the Dell i5 wins - CPU, RAM & GPU out classed. The i7, which if you hadn't guessed I am a big fan of, takes it to another level.

Thr only question I ask is what do you want it for? Media, games, general use?


general graphics work (photoshop, illustrator, indesign) + some basic web development (php, mysql) + spreadsheet stuff, office work, & a few stats packages. i do a lot of work on the train, hence the battery & weight questions!
#27
Still so annoying that these Studios come with a 5400rpm drive with no option for a 7200. Weak component in an otherwise good system.
#28
dubplate
general graphics work (photoshop, illustrator, indesign) + some basic web development (php, mysql) + spreadsheet stuff, office work, & a few stats packages. i do a lot of work on the train, hence the battery & weight questions!


This system( i5) will be more than sufficient. With regards to the battery - well trains have power points, save your money stay with the 6 cell buy a spare power adapter.
#29
spock1958
Still so annoying that these Studios come with a 5400rpm drive with no option for a 7200. Weak component in an otherwise good system.


Step up to the i7 system then?
#30
Nice. Was going to go for the one at pcworld but this is cheaper :) h+r

[url]www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/086426#productInformationSection[/url]
#31
risheet
just noticed that you can add the ati 1GB 5470 for £70 if that interests anyone, how much better than the standard 4570 is that?


is that the GDDR5 or GDDR3 version?
#32
How odd just got this discount at basket (system over £600)

Congratulations, you have received 6% off systems priced between £600 and £1199 (excluding VAT and delivery). Thank you for taking advantage of your Employee Purchase Program.

???? I've not given them any information on my Employee's?
#33
d_dixon50
How odd just got this discount at basket (system over £600)

Congratulations, you have received 6% off systems priced between £600 and £1199 (excluding VAT and delivery). Thank you for taking advantage of your Employee Purchase Program.

???? I've not given them any information on my Employee's?


Nice one, extra discount always helps :-D
#34
I have this lappy from the last deal. Have no problems with heat whatsoever, seems a great laptop for the price:thumbsup:
#35
chrisyb
I have this lappy from the last deal. Have no problems with heat whatsoever, seems a great laptop for the price:thumbsup:


Good to know, just ordered one!
#36
d_dixon50
How odd just got this discount at basket (system over £600)

Congratulations, you have received 6% off systems priced between £600 and £1199 (excluding VAT and delivery). Thank you for taking advantage of your Employee Purchase Program.

???? I've not given them any information on my Employee's?


I also get a 3% discount because the browers must have a cookie that links to [url]www.dell.co.uk/epp[/url] which is the link for Employee Purchase Program. I'd like to know how you got 6%. On the downside the 5% discount code not work so I'll stick with the non EPP option.
#37
Just ordered this lappy with the 1920x1080 screen and backlit keyboard. Well chuffed :thumbsup:

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