Dell Vostro 3550 i5-2410m 4G RAM 320GB HDD (7200rpm) - £520 @ Dell Small Business - HotUKDeals
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Good spec for non-Gaming use.

Free delivery and possible 10% Quidco cashback.

Vostro 3550 BTS : Config FCG36UK
Processor : Intel Core i5-2410M (2.30GHz)
Display : 15.6in High Definition LED Display (1366X768) with anti-glare
Palmrest : Fingerprint Reader Biometric
Camera : Integrated 2.0 Mega Pixel Camera
LCD Back Cover : Silver
Memory : 4096MB 1333MHz DDR3 Dual Channel
Hard Drive : 320GB Serial ATA (7.200 Rpm)
Optical Drive : 8X DVD+/-RW Drive
Power Supply : Inspiron 65W AC Adapter
Battery : Primary 6-cell 48W/HR LI-ION
Graphics : Intel Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator HD
Wireless : Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030 (1x2 b/g/n+ Bluetooth Combo Card)
Keyboard : Internal Backlit Keyboard
Operating System : Genuine Windows 7 Professional (64 BIT)
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#1
This spec is nice but to be fair most guys on here won't vote hot unless you've got a half decent discrete graphics card in a build! Well unless it is insanely cheap like some of the £150-200 eBuyer deals that pop up. And unfortunately Dell builds are known for throwing in old components like 800mhz ram or two/three year old wifi cards as well which means they come with a bit of a stigma when posted.
#2
iBird90
This spec is nice but to be fair most guys on here won't vote hot unless you've got a half decent discrete graphics card in a build! Well unless it is insanely cheap like some of the £150-200 eBuyer deals that pop up. And unfortunately Dell builds are known for throwing in old components like 800mhz ram or two/three year old wifi cards as well which means they come with a bit of a stigma when posted.


Thanks for the feedback. Posted this to check if its worth buying or not. Looks like a NO.
#3
JustWantToPost
Thanks for the feedback. Posted this to check if its worth buying or not. Looks like a NO.

I think it’s a good price if you want the extras that it has; Next Business day on-site warranty, Windows 7 Pro, backlit keyboard, 7,200 rpm HDD, 2nd generation Core i5 CPU.
Some people on here are totally obsessed with having discrete graphics which is pointless for many users.
I wouldn’t let the cold votes put me off if I was after a laptop with this sort of feature set. Quidco is over £40 which brings it down to under £480.
You can upgrade to a 3 year onsite warranty for £50 Exc Vat & Quidco for a net total of £532.

Or you can get the same system but with the following differences for £520.80:

Core i3-2310M 2.1GHz
Radeon HD 6630M 1GB

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