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Nice laptop for a good price..

Reduced VAT at chechout £488.37
Use £13 off code XXC7NM £475.37
Quidco 3% £461.11

Plus 489 clubcard points of course (worth £19.56 in offers - so you could look at it as being £441.55)

This Dell XPS M1330 laptop has a stylish yet tough design with a magnesium alloy chassis, built to be tough and endure knocks and bumps. With a 13.3" screen this laptop is extremely powerful with a 1.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor.


The M1330 is compact but it still has a large 250Gb hard drive and 2Gb memory for all your digital needs.


This Dell laptop includes a DVD Rewriter allowing you to play and record CD's and DVD's, 2 USB 2.0 ports and an 8 in 1 media reader.


Amongst the many features and accessories included in the widescreen M1330 is a built in Wi-fi seeker with one touch access to find the strongest signal, Dell MediaDirect with one touch access to all types of media and noise insolation headphones.

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#1
comes out to be £488.37 good deal i wonder if theres any vouchers around???

will this include the dell 1yr onsite support???

on there web showing just over £600 so this is a good price for this lappy as am using1 of these as i type.

i payed £679 early this year in january pentium 4 2gb ram 160 gb hard drive
#2
Reduced VAT at chechout £488.37
Use £13 off code XXC7NM £475.37
Quidco 3% £461.11

Also 489 clubcard points of course (worth £19.56 in offers) - so you could look at it with the price being as low as £441.55


Im typing on a M1530 i got in March for £478 in the missprice (should have been £709) with a T8100 Dual core, and the M8600 Graphics card, but I find it too big, I'm thinking of selling this to get a smaller 1330 or just getting a little notebook as well as this for when I'm on the move. (my missprice Dell mini 9 order for £99 was cancelled - gutted)
#3
aledpc
Reduced VAT at chechout £488.37
Use £13 off code XXC7NM £475.37
Quidco 3% £461.11

Also 489 clubcard points of course (worth £19.56 in offers) - so you could look at it with the price being as low as £441.55


Im typing on a M1530 i got in March for £478 in the missprice (should have been £709) with a T8100 Dual core, and the M8600 Graphics card, but I find it too big, I'm thinking of selling this to get a smaller 1330 or just getting a little notebook as well as this for when I'm on the move. (my missprice Dell mini 9 order for £99 was cancelled - gutted)


This looks like a decent price, but please don't include quidco as part of the calculation of the headline price.
#4
Isn't this the troublesome NVidea version with the graphics card that keeps overheating?
#5
This is a good price but i bought a 1330 from dell outlet and it was like brand new with full spec for £460. Dell outlet i think are still doing the £55 off and free delivery if someone doesnt mind buying a refurbed unit which is either cancelled or returned by a customer. But you have to look hard to find one with decent spec at a decent price.
#6
This is a better spec for £430 from dixons online. 2Ghz DC proc, 3Gb RAM, 15 inch display
Smaller hard disk (160Gb) but funky red (brown also in stock -yuk!) colour. In stock and they deliver quickly too.
Quidco and 2.5% cashback (with egg card) too

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@2018249939.1228294566@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccjadefkjjlhelcflgceggdhhmdgmh.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=250412&category_oid=-34420
#7
BlackCloud
Isn't this the troublesome NVidea version with the graphics card that keeps overheating?


they have some issues regarding the graphics card being overheated they have changed mines once already.
#8
tallpete33
This is a better spec for £430 from dixons online. 2Ghz DC proc, 3Gb RAM, 15 inch display
Smaller hard disk (160Gb) but funky red (brown also in stock -yuk!) colour. In stock and they deliver quickly too.
Quidco and 2.5% cashback (with egg card) too

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@2018249939.1228294566@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccjadefkjjlhelcflgceggdhhmdgmh.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=250412&category_oid=-34420


Yeah, but it's ****** Dell Studio, not XPS
#9
7777777
Yeah, but it's ****** Dell Studio, not XPS



Actually its not , its the cheaper 1525, the studio laptops are designated 1535.

The XPS 1330 is a beautiful laptop. After I purchased my one my wife had to get one as well. (we are both heavy users) She got it from the Outlet. All the ones I have seen are using the higher spec LED backlit screen. I would think this is probably the thicker,heavier, less bright CFL version.
#10
stephenashforth
This looks like a decent price, but please don't include quidco as part of the calculation of the headline price.


Noted and edited
#11
7777777
Yeah, but it's ****** Dell Studio, not XPS


Yes with a ****** 2Ghz processor, a ****** 800MHz bus and a ****** 15.4" screen

Pay more for a less powerful proc and smaller screen if you want. It's your dosh

:whistling:
#12
Niggs
Actually its not , its the cheaper 1525, the studio laptops are designated 1535.

The XPS 1330 is a beautiful laptop. After I purchased my one my wife had to get one as well. (we are both heavy users) She got it from the Outlet. All the ones I have seen are using the higher spec LED backlit screen. I would think this is probably the thicker,heavier, less bright CFL version.


Studio or Inspiron . does not matter really.Low end anyway.
#13
tallpete33
Yes with a ****** 2Ghz processor, a ****** 800MHz bus and a ****** 15.4" screen

Pay more for a less powerful proc and smaller screen if you want. It's your dosh

:whistling:


Smaller, lighter, stronger, powerful notebooks generally cost more than bigger, heavier models. 15.4 screens are mainstream and quite good value for money, but if you look at powerfiul 12, 13.3, 14.1 machines you will see they are often more expensive. I travel on planes, travel around the country etc. and my Thinkpad is only 1.7kg/14.1 screen, titanium and magnesium, cost a fortune compared to higer spec bigger machines. A lot of the 15.4 stuff is for home use and it's fine for that but business machines have better hinges, paint finish, better chassis and you pay more.
#14
BlackCloud
Smaller, lighter, stronger, powerful notebooks generally cost more than bigger, heavier models. 15.4 screens are mainstream and quite good value for money, but if you look at powerfiul 12, 13.3, 14.1 machines you will see they are often more expensive. I travel on planes, travel around the country etc. and my Thinkpad is only 1.7kg/14.1 screen, titanium and magnesium, cost a fortune compared to higer spec bigger machines. A lot of the 15.4 stuff is for home use and it's fine for that but business machines have better hinges, paint finish, better chassis and you pay more.



Well put Blackcloud...a much better arguement than "Yeah, but it's ****** Dell Studio, not XPS"

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#15
Saw this on rpoints a few days ago, not that great.
#16
Go dell outlet - delivery was late but spec is much better and for £480 (ps white led screens are better for battery and also viewing. The 120gb hard drive is half the size of this one but it runs at 7200rpm so loading times etc are faster - you could buy an external usb powered drive to supplement. The graphics card is a must - you can output video onto a hd tv and use it to surf internet from your arm chair - practically a media centre pc)

XPS M1330 - 2.1Ghz - 120.00Gb HD - 4096.00Mb Mem - CD/RW - Modem
- XPS M1330 CORE 2 DUO T8100 2.10GHz - - 8xDVD+/-RW Slim Slot-Load Drive - - Hard
Drive 120GB (7200rpm) FFS - - Intel 3945 WLAN Mini-Card EUR - - Assembley Mod 128
MB NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS - - Euro Dell TrueMobile 355 internal Bluetooth Module - -
Primary 9-cell 85WHr Li-Ion Battery - - Vista OnLine Getting Started Guide (WW - -
English/Irish Ship Accessories - Power Cord - - 754-10026 - 1 Yr XPS Premium Support - -
UK/Ire - Single Pointing Internal Keyboard - - MS Vista Premium Logo Label NB (small - -
Image Restore - Vista - - Tuxedo Black 0.3 MP Camera for White-LED - - Memory 4096MB
(2x2048) 800MHz DDR2 - - Display LCD 13.3 WX - - English Windows Vista Home
Premium SP1 (32Bit OS) - - Windows Vista SP1 Home Premium -
#17
For the record, the 1525 is the Inspiron
#18
this is definatly not cold notebooks with 13" screens cost more due to fitting the same componets into a small housing. I have the same M1530 as aledpc with the 8800M and the GPU has never caused me trouble (I do play games on it TF2 mostly) iff it was one of the faulty batch NVIDIA reported dell would replace it under my warrenty.

I have been looking for laptop for friends this christmas and they seem to be far more expensive than when I bought mine (£550 back in april) at £460ish with quidco its an excellent deal for a highly capable and mobile laptop

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