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Dell XPS L501X £1,041.12

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5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
For a high end laptop Full HD, Solid state drive, blu-ray etc, etc. this looks the one.

XPS L501X
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT)
Processor : Intel i7-840QM(1.86GHz) Mobile CPU
Hard Drive 256GB Solid State
Memory : 6144MB (1x2048 + 1x4096) 1333MHz DDR3 Dual Channel
Optical Drive : Tray Load Blu-ray Disc BD-Combo (Reads BD and Writes to DVD/CD)
Display : 15.6" Full HD B+RGLED True-Life (1920x1080) with 2.0 Mega Pixel Integrated Camera
Battery : Primary 9-cell 90W/HR LI-ION
Back Up Media Not Included
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#1
Looks alright, I'd say its a bit deer, but nice enough spec. No vote.

Matt
#2
better to buy a new model refurb and stick in ssd of your own choosing
#3
Nice tech, what's with Home Premium?
A lot of money regardless.
No vote. Wouldn't buy myself, but not what I would describe as a rip-off.

Edited By: steveex on Jun 08, 2011 23:33
#4
Get an Outlet one for around £500 and save yourself some serious £££'s
Dell Outlet
#5
jrw
Get an Outlet one for around £500 and save yourself some serious £££'s
Dell Outlet

kidding? or not realise that OP was from outlet already lol.
It's mainly this price down to the huge SSD 1080p and blu ray, personally for a refurb think it's a bit too steep as it isn't sandybridge, if it was, it would be a great deal.
#6
Good laptop, I have an XPS at work - The SSD failed after 4 months.

Backup, backup, backup, backup!!!!!!!!!!!!
#7
munaaf
jrw
Get an Outlet one for around £500 and save yourself some serious £££'s
Dell Outlet


kidding? or not realise that OP was from outlet already lol.
It's mainly this price down to the huge SSD 1080p and blu ray, personally for a refurb think it's a bit too steep as it isn't sandybridge, if it was, it would be a great deal.


No i didn't realise that it was for the outlet!!

That is way overpriced. Without the SSD they have been going for around £500 for this model in the last couple of weeks.
#8
Very expensive for only a "1st Gen Core i"! And Dell take the **** with SSD prices, if you really want one you could pick up a State of the Art Vertex 3 or Crucial M4 for the same price if not cheaper than the older model drives that Dell ship.

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