Dell Vostro 1500 notebook. 1.4Ghz C2D, 3gig, 160Gb, 9cell, dvdrw, £386 delivered - HotUKDeals
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305-N0115005 Home site - Best price £386.57 Delivered or *less.
Vostro 1500 NB(N0115005)

Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T5270 (1.40 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2-cache)
Genuine Windows Vista® Business - English
OR
XP Professional
3072MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM (1x1024 + 1x2048 MB)
160GB (5400rpm) SATA Hard Drive
Integrated Intel® Graphic Media Accelerator X3100
Microsoft Works 8.0 - English
56.6k V.92 Capable Internal Modem & Adapter - UK
9 cell battery
Large Nylon Carry Case
Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Drive
15.4" Wide Screen WXGA (1280 x 800) Display
Intel Pro Wireless 3945 802.11a/b/g Mini-Card - Europe
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#1
Mike are there any good Inspiron deals about ?
#2
MikeT: Do you know if a Dell account is intrinsically linked as either a Home or Business account? I have bought stuff from both sections of Dell’s site depending on what’s available so I’m wondering if each individual order is tied to the account’s status or whether each order is treated as unique.
I don’t want to inadvertently buy something from the Home site on what may as far as Dell’s concerned be a Business account and miss the benefits that the home user has.
#3
Coming up as £446.57 even when reduced the warranty. Every option is at it's cheapest.
[mod]#4
bertie_uk;1466165
Coming up as £446.57 even when reduced the warranty. Every option is at it's cheapest.


Take the deal all the way to checkout for the free delivery to kick in please.
#5
You have to take it all the way through to add to your basket - then £386 appears :)
#6
I have tried to buy the laptop but after taking the lowest option for the warranty the price is £446.57.

How do i get it to the lowest price of £386
#7
Perhaps read the entire thread?

:whistling:
#8
:roll:so we are suposed to take it to the checkout to get the final reduced price
#9
Surely the other deal you posted is better value? you lose 1gig of ram and get vista home instead of business for 339.58.


EDIT: You posted this one a week ago, wonder why its on the front page and the other one isnt.

Other deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/138344/dell-vostro-1500-notebook-1-4ghz-c2/
#10
Good deal. But the Vostro will be too heavy for the person I'm buying for. Anybody care to recommend a Dell which is lighter than this? Thanks
#11
Good service by Dell. My Vostro from the other thread was processed, built and delivered in not much over 48 hours :thumbsup:
Wont be opened til weekend, fingers crossed everything else is as good.
[mod]#12
Buy this through the small business site using voucher code NVXB$?WT2S?9B0 and it will cost £367.25 delivered but please bear in mind when buying from the SB site that your dsr is not a strong, ie no free returns should you not want it once it arrives.
#13
VC6X4PMZH0LH9Q for 10% off

Sir MikeT aka Dell Boy - is this better than this then ? (hope its not too obv:oops:ious)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/135668/showthread.php?t=135668&page=52
#14
wheres the direct link?:whistling:
#15
MikeT
Buy this through the small business site using voucher code NVXB$?WT2S?9B0 and it will cost £367.25 delivered but please bear in mind when buying from the SB site that your dsr is not a strong, ie no free returns should you not want it once it arrives.


hi mike, can i pick ya brains re dell returns?

was just wondering cus im receiving an m1530xps tommorow, but i reckon i may send it back. what are my rights if ileave it boxed and if i decide to open andboot it up? can i still send it back totally free of charge to dell? will they charge me a restocking fee etc (the sales guy said no, but ive read some things on forums that are making me worry?
#16
realblender
isnt it not optimal not having matching pairs of RAM or am i from a different technology era


Just upgraded Dell desktop and matching pair are best.

Keith
#17
I purchased two of these in last weeks £310 deal for my kids who are both at Uni. They arrived today and Dell have put 5470 processors in both of them. Not sure why both of my PC's got the FREE UPGRADE. Perhaps Dell have run out of 5270 chips.1.4 to 1.6GHz isn't much, but you all might get it as well.

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