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Dell Studio 15 Intel C2D Processor P7450 2Gig, 4gig RAM, 500 GB HD, 512Meg Graphics, 6 Cell Battery, 2 mp Webcam And Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit for £540.53 delivered using coupon + Quidco

£540.53 @ Dell (Business)
Components Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor P7450 (2.13Ghz, 3MB, 1066MHz) Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit- English Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word) 1 year of co…
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Components
Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor P7450 (2.13Ghz, 3MB, 1066MHz)
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit- English
Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
1 year of coverage included with your PC
McAfee® Security Centre - 15 Month Protection - English
No Accidental Damage Support
FailSafe® Theft Protection - track and protect lost or stolen laptops - 30 days free trial
15.6in Widescreen High Definition (1366x768) WLED with TrueLife
4096MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048]
500GB (5.400rpm) SATA Hard Drive
512MB ATI Mobility RADEON HD 4570
Fixed Internal DVD+/-RW Slot Load Drive including Software
Primary 6-cell 56 WHr Lithium Ion battery
Intel WiFi Link 5100 (802.11 a/b/g/n 1X2) 1/2 MiniCard
No Bluetooth Upgrade
2.0 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera
Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Keyboard

Black chainlink
Accessories
Services & Software
DataSafe Online Backup 2GB 1 year
Also Includes
1 Meter Power Cord (3 Wire) - UK
English - Documentation Studio 1545
N1153505
1 year of coverage included with your PC
Studio 1555 Order - UK
No Carrying Case
Studio 1555 Resource DVD (Diagnostic & Drivers)
90W AC Adaptor
Wireless Label (Intel Wireless Cards) - Core 2 Duo
Silver chainlink palm rest with Black Chainlink cover only
Datasafe Local 2.0 Basic

Comes with
Free Napster® with 60 Free Songs and 1 year Free Music Streaming
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#1
stupid cold voters, this is an excellent deal to me.
How did you get that price? what coupon did you use?
#2
Computerman
How did you get that price? what coupon did you use?

The 5% Code that's automatically linked to all Dell deals. :thinking:

The full price seems ridiculously high!
#3
Note: This is a low end Core 2 Duo as it doesn’t support Virtualization.
#4
Agharta
The 5% Code that's automatically linked to all Dell deals. :thinking:

The full price seems ridiculously high!

The only 5% code is this Dell
L0W2?566JDVB23 "5% additional discount on Inspiron, Studio and XPS systems over £699"
I disagree with the cpu being a low end as it is far from slow, but the lack of virtualization is a problem for those who need it.
#5
Computerman
The only 5% code is this Dell
L0W2?566JDVB23 "5% additional discount on Inspiron, Studio and XPS systems over £699".

The price before discounts is £874 and in some cases as in this one the discount codes take into account that and not the price after savings which is £569 in this case.
It’s always worth a try.

Computerman
I disagree with the cpu being a low end as it is far from slow, but the lack of virtualization is a problem for those who need it.

2.13GHz is hardly fast for a 45nm Core 2 Duo which start at 2GHz for the mainstream chips (i.e. ignoring U/LV & CULV versions) and go up to over 3GHz. You can even get Pentium Dual Core a little faster than this. The low clock speed and lack of Virtualisation mark it out as a low end variant of the current platform. It is still a decent CPU as it has a 1066 FSB and 3MB L2, so it’s entry level for the top tier. But for a laptop listing at nearly £900 it seems very underwhelming.
#6
Agharta;6671018
But for a laptop listing at nearly £900 it seems very underwhelming.


But it ISN'T 900 quid, its 540! :?
#7
nihcaj
But it ISN'T 900 quid, its 540! :?

It lists at £874 but Dell have it on offer right now. :thinking:
#8
Agharta;6672488
It lists at £874 but Dell have it on offer right now. :thinking:


What on EARTH has the list price of anything to do with ANYTHING? :-(

They are just notional figures some marketing type has plucked out of thin air! For other irrelevant list price examples see Argos beds... doubled up price so they can sell them at half price a couple of times a year!
#9
nihcaj
What on earth has the list price of anything to do with anything? They are just notional figures some marketing type has plucked out of thin air!

Dell’s list prices are the base line figures and then they play around with the discount rates to give different deals on different models at different times. At the moment this model has a large discount which is seemingly why it has been posted now.
If you look at the Studio 17 you can get a similar spec but with a larger higher resolution screen and a 2.53GHz CPU that supports Virtualisation with a list price within £5 of this deal. That’s why I say the list price of this is questionable in comparison to other Dell’s which means the discount is inflated and hence it’s not such a good deal as it seems.
Of course ultimately what counts is what you actually pay and this seems no better than okay. If it had a better CPU though…..:-D
#10
Agharta;6679141
Dell’s list prices are the base line figures and then they play around with the discount rates to give different deals on different models at different times. At the moment this model has a large discount which is seemingly why it has been posted now.
If you look at the Studio 17 you can get a similar spec but with a larger higher resolution screen and a 2.53GHz CPU that supports Virtualisation with a list price within £5 of this deal. That’s why I say the list price of this is questionable in comparison to other Dell’s which means the discount is inflated and hence it’s not such a good deal as it seems.
Of course ultimately what counts is what you actually pay and this seems no better than okay. If it had a better CPU though…..:-D


Yawn
#11
nihcaj
Yawn

Snooze. :p
#12
I'm new here. Why is this getting voted cold?

For the price (£540) it is a great deal considering the processor and graphics. Dell always overestimate the 'first' price so its not worth the £800 or so they probably claim but its a great laptop for anyone needing a bit more power than a netbook but not a full multimedia pc.
#13
AJV;6686871
I'm new here. Why is this getting voted cold?

For the price (£540) it is a great deal considering the processor and graphics. Dell always overestimate the 'first' price so its not worth the £800 or so they probably claim but its a great laptop for anyone needing a bit more power than a netbook but not a full multimedia pc.


I am not new here, and the intricacies of the temperature of deals makes me stand back in amazement more often than it doesn't! :?
#14
Great deal in my book!
#15
Not a bad deal, better than the Vostro's you;ve listed imo

Heated up
#16
Agharta
Dell’s list prices are the base line figures and then they play around with the discount rates to give different deals on different models at different times. At the moment this model has a large discount which is seemingly why it has been posted now.
If you look at the Studio 17 you can get a similar spec but with a larger higher resolution screen and a 2.53GHz CPU that supports Virtualisation with a list price within £5 of this deal. That’s why I say the list price of this is questionable in comparison to other Dell’s which means the discount is inflated and hence it’s not such a good deal as it seems.
Of course ultimately what counts is what you actually pay and this seems no better than okay. If it had a better CPU though…..:-D


Got a linky?

to clarify, I cannot find a dell studio 17 with "similar spec but with a larger higher resolution screen and a 2.53GHz CPU that supports Virtualisation with a list price within £5 of this deal" that Agharta is referring to

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