Dell Vostro 1700 Notebook. 2Ghz Celeron, 1gig, 120Gb, Trulife screen, dvdrw £351 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and buy via *Quidco for further cashback savings.

Remember to upgrade the screen to 17" Wide Screen WXGA+ (1440 x 900) Display with TrueLife
AND take the deal all the way to checkout for final pricing PLEASE.

305-N0117004 Home site - Best price £351.33 Delivered or *less.
Vostro 1700 NB(N0117004)

Intel Celeron Processor 550 (2.00 GHz, 533 MHz FSB, 1 MB L2-cache)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Basic - English
1024MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x512]
120GB (5400rpm) SATA Hard Drive
Intel Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
Primary 6-cell Lithium-Ion Battery (56 WHr)
Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Drive including Software
17.0" Widescreen WXGA+ (1440x900) TFT Display with Trulife
Dell Wireless 1390 802.11b/g Mini-Card - Europe
56.6k V.92 Capable Internal Modem & Adapter - UK
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#1
Hi Mike do you know of any 17" deals with the option of xp as vista is no good for me.

Regards.
[mod]#2
Hotshot_147;1418576
Hi Mike do you know of any 17" deals with the option of xp as vista is no good for me.

Regards.


No I dont atm, sorry. You could of course order with Vista and instal XP yourself, that way you have a Vista licence for future use (xp drivers for vostro are on dell USA site if not on UK)
#3
If you upgrade to Vista Business, then Microsoft will currently allow you to downgrade to XP Pro. You give them the Vista code, and they'll validate your XP installation. Hardly perfect, but it does mean that if you ever decide to go Vista, you'll have a valid Vista COA for the installation.
#4
Hotshot_147
Hi Mike do you know of any 17" deals with the option of xp as vista is no good for me.

Regards.


MikeT
No I dont atm, sorry. You could of course order with Vista and instal XP yourself, that way you have a Vista licence for future use (xp drivers for vostro are on dell USA site if not on UK)


Timbellina
If you upgrade to Vista Business, then Microsoft will currently allow you to downgrade to XP Pro. You give them the Vista code, and they'll validate your XP installation. Hardly perfect, but it does mean that if you ever decide to go Vista, you'll have a valid Vista COA for the installation.


Thanks for the advice from both of you.

Regards
#5
I went for the 1720 yesterday and have recieved an expected delivery date of 1st Feb!!
Cant say I really want to wait that long..
I wonder if its worth phoning to see if they can convince me not to cancel the order :whistling:
Anyone tried this in the past?
#6
yes ring them up... I did this when i bought a vostro 1500 in august... estimated time was end of september after i had purchased it... in august it said 5 of sept.. I rang them up and said I needed the laptop asap or I would have to cancel the order... and strange enough I had the laptop 3 days later :)
[mod]#7
Dell are always conservative with delivery dates, most times the kits with you in a week or less from order. Some takes longer but has warnings in the build pages to tell you.
#8
Hi, I just bought this notebook and am really pleased with spec for the price. Just really annoyed at myself though and i realised after paying for it, that i forgot to go through quidco:(
caz
#9
could someone let me know if this is a decent processor?

tx
#10
[FONT=arial][SIZE=1]Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor T5270 (1.40 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2-cache) [add £40.00 or £17/month1][/SIZE][/FONT]
Add this option and it removes the £60 delivery so effectively an extra £28 for a Core2Duo processor, making it £379 delivered.
Alternatively add the bigger 160GB Hard Drive for no extra cost, as it is £299 before VAT making it allowable for free delivery! £351 delivered.
:-D
#11
caroline mcrae
Hi, I just bought this notebook and am really pleased with spec for the price. Just really annoyed at myself though and i realised after paying for it, that i forgot to go through quidco:(
caz


Yeah happened to me last week when I ordered a microSD. Bad luck I suppose.
#12
Oh my. Vista with only 1Gb memory. Cheap price for a laptop with a decent screen, but don't expect to be able to run the latest apps or even for it to run very quickly :lazy:
#13
price is comming as 539.40 as soon as i click on link(go to deal)
y????????
£351 excluding VAT ??
#14
now showing £387???
#15
advance
price is comming as 539.40 as soon as i click on link(go to deal)
y????????
£351 excluding VAT ??


I can't believe the number of people who don't read MikeT's instructions. TAKE THE ORDER ALL THE WAY THROUGH TO CHECK OUT. Then look at the price.

Every time MikeT submits a deal with the instructions he finds himself banging his head against a wall and repeating himself. MikeT you must have the patience of a saint. By the way all these Dell deals are very much appreciated thank you.

P.S. sorry advance - I'm not having a go directly at you, apologies. Just using you as an example I suppose.
#16
MikeT;1419197
Dell are always conservative with delivery dates, most times the kits with you in a week or less from order. Some takes longer but has warnings in the build pages to tell you.

I ordered an Inspiron 1520 last week:

Order Date: 01/01/2008
Estimated Delivery Date (on or before this date): 15/01/2008
Actual Shipment Date: 03/01/2008
Delivered 10 am on 4/01/08
- about 59 hours after the order was placed and 11 days ahead of estimate!
#17
no worries mate, but i did took it all the way upto checkout, and these were the results
http://aycu11.webshots.com/image/41210/2006346435959295606_rs.jpg
#18
advance
no worries mate, but i did took it all the way upto checkout, and these were the results
http://aycu11.webshots.com/image/41210/2006346435959295606_rs.jpg


you need to follow Mikes instructions including the bit about upgrading the screen to acheive the price of £351.33 and of course select the base warranty.

"Remember to upgrade the screen to 17" Wide Screen WXGA+ (1440 x 900) Display with TrueLife
AND take the deal all the way to checkout for final pricing PLEASE."

Nigel
#19
Ordered a far better configuration from DELL at almost the same price for friend last Sunday
AMD Athlon 64X2
2GB RAM
120GB HDD
15.4" TruLife Display
9 Cell Battery
15 Months McAFee
Plus the standard configuration (DVD RW etc and choice of Vista and XP)
£350 Delivered
#20
got it cheers

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