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Dell XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 Laptop PC - 25% off Dell Outlet prices until 16 June - start at £742.00

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Dell Outlet has a massive 25% off their XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 laptops at the moment. Voucher code is DOXPS9365. Expires on 16 June (Friday). That means you can pick up the entry level model (4GB RAM, 12… Read More
Dell Outlet has a massive 25% off their XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 laptops at the moment. Voucher code is DOXPS9365. Expires on 16 June (Friday). That means you can pick up the entry level model (4GB RAM, 12…
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Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.
Seconding this, hook a core M up to an external gpu and they really feel constrained compared to a U series chip, but then so do the Us compared to the quad cores. I suspect it's a sustained load thing with the M series though, with web browsing once it's done rendering the page that's it for a while and it can go to sleep. With gaming it's going to be under load for an hour or more so will end up throttling down to 1GHz or less.
*edit* also the price of the latitude 7275 (I. E. Dell xps 12, a 12" tablet with dual thunderbolt 3s, core M, 8GB ram and a small battery) is ridiculous. The going rate on ebay is 400 GBP or so, but dell are charging 800 minimum.
While technically a ulv processor with a discrete processor is not as slow for gaming, it's still rubbish for it - gaming is a function of both the CPU and the GPU so while having a beefy GPU can help with the eye candy, it doesn't overcome the very weak GPU. Dell did try it for a spell with the AW13 but abandoned it and more sensibly went with a 45W quad core part instead which also features a dedicated external GPU system in addition to an onboard GTX 1060. That is a decent portable gaming system, an ultrabook with a ulv processor and a TB port absolutely is not.
Just because a ulv processor isn't quite as painfully slow as the Core-m doesn't stop the ulv being painfully slow either, I wouldn't remotely consider a core-m or ulv platform if I was planning gaming or any application that required any sort of cpu horsepower as they're both useless at it.
John
Except the Alienware 13 weighs 2.6kg, making it pretty useless as a laptop in my opinion as it's too heavy to use on a lap or carry around. I appreciate what you're saying but gaming laptops have been practically unchanged for a decade, they gain more performance each year but every generation is hot, heavy, has a short battery life and can be incredibly expensive as laptop GPUs command a premium price. This makes them bad at being laptops but great at being compact desktops. With thunderbolt 3 we suddenly have devices in the 1kg range that can be good laptops that also play games when at a desk. They're not ideal, but I think it's a much better compromise.

There's no way 2.6kg is too heavy to carry around or use on your lap, if we're talking about an SLI 17/18in machine then sure - totally agree with you on that front as that's what was the end of the portable DTR's for me. My daily laptop used to be a 17in machine around 4kg and it was really no problem to carry around at all (still carry three to four kg's of laptops every day and I'm not going to make any bold claims about upper body strength), just a little hefty for using on a train seat - 2.6kg is still absolutely lightweight, it's just the way the market is that appears heavy because it's more than a common ultrabook.

As for gaming laptops being practically unchanged for a decade, that's just so bizarre I'm wondering if you're just trolling now. Being able to have a machine just 2.5kg in weight with a 45W quad core and nearly six hours of batterylife is insanely good for a gaming laptop, it's magnitudes better than older gaming laptops - I thought getting near desktop performance in a 4kg machine and two hours battery life was good, the leaps and bounds gaming laptops are making now are incredible.

Thunderbolt is not some magical connection as some people seem to think it is - gaming on a 1kg ultrabook with a discrete GPU is just horrible. I truly wonder if the people who keep recommending it have actually tried this? I actually have as I liked the idea of it but it really doesn't work. Ultrabooks are good for light work that doesn't need any cpu or gpu horsepower regardless of whether they have a magical thunderbolt connection or not - trying to make them do any more than that is just a lesson in frustration.

John

Edited By: Johnmcl7 on Jun 17, 2017 20:33
Johnmcl7
CampGareth
Joshimitsu91
Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.
Seconding this, hook a core M up to an external gpu and they really feel constrained compared to a U series chip, but then so do the Us compared to the quad cores. I suspect it's a sustained load thing with the M series though, with web browsing once it's done rendering the page that's it for a while and it can go to sleep. With gaming it's going to be under load for an hour or more so will end up throttling down to 1GHz or less.
*edit* also the price of the latitude 7275 (I. E. Dell xps 12, a 12" tablet with dual thunderbolt 3s, core M, 8GB ram and a small battery) is ridiculous. The going rate on ebay is 400 GBP or so, but dell are charging 800 minimum.
While technically a ulv processor with a discrete processor is not as slow for gaming, it's still rubbish for it - gaming is a function of both the CPU and the GPU so while having a beefy GPU can help with the eye candy, it doesn't overcome the very weak GPU. Dell did try it for a spell with the AW13 but abandoned it and more sensibly went with a 45W quad core part instead which also features a dedicated external GPU system in addition to an onboard GTX 1060. That is a decent portable gaming system, an ultrabook with a ulv processor and a TB port absolutely is not.
Just because a ulv processor isn't quite as painfully slow as the Core-m doesn't stop the ulv being painfully slow either, I wouldn't remotely consider a core-m or ulv platform if I was planning gaming or any application that required any sort of cpu horsepower as they're both useless at it.
John
Except the Alienware 13 weighs 2.6kg, making it pretty useless as a laptop in my opinion as it's too heavy to use on a lap or carry around. I appreciate what you're saying but gaming laptops have been practically unchanged for a decade, they gain more performance each year but every generation is hot, heavy, has a short battery life and can be incredibly expensive as laptop GPUs command a premium price. This makes them bad at being laptops but great at being compact desktops. With thunderbolt 3 we suddenly have devices in the 1kg range that can be good laptops that also play games when at a desk. They're not ideal, but I think it's a much better compromise.
CampGareth
Joshimitsu91
Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.
Seconding this, hook a core M up to an external gpu and they really feel constrained compared to a U series chip, but then so do the Us compared to the quad cores. I suspect it's a sustained load thing with the M series though, with web browsing once it's done rendering the page that's it for a while and it can go to sleep. With gaming it's going to be under load for an hour or more so will end up throttling down to 1GHz or less.

*edit* also the price of the latitude 7275 (I. E. Dell xps 12, a 12" tablet with dual thunderbolt 3s, core M, 8GB ram and a small battery) is ridiculous. The going rate on ebay is 400 GBP or so, but dell are charging 800 minimum.

While technically a ulv processor with a discrete processor is not as slow for gaming, it's still rubbish for it - gaming is a function of both the CPU and the GPU so while having a beefy GPU can help with the eye candy, it doesn't overcome the very weak GPU. Dell did try it for a spell with the AW13 but abandoned it and more sensibly went with a 45W quad core part instead which also features a dedicated external GPU system in addition to an onboard GTX 1060. That is a decent portable gaming system, an ultrabook with a ulv processor and a TB port absolutely is not.

Just because a ulv processor isn't quite as painfully slow as the Core-m doesn't stop the ulv being painfully slow either, I wouldn't remotely consider a core-m or ulv platform if I was planning gaming or any application that required any sort of cpu horsepower as they're both useless at it.

John
Joshimitsu91
Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.

I'm not missing the point but you clearly missed my point entirely - anything more than web browsing etc. and the ulv will also horribly trail behind, it's a painfully slow processor for anything that needs any cpu grunt. You keep saying how the XPS 13 is viable as a desktop replacement because it has thunderbolt but thunderbolt for what exactly? There's nothing you can do with thunderbolt that will help the painfully slow ulv platform.

It's nothing to do with my 'own use case' - I've used a variety of processors and a variety of different tasks, there's nothing the ulv processor does noticeably better than a Core-m, rather hilariously I've seen people criticise the Core-m for being slow at video transcoding and 3D gaming....yet the ulv processor while it may be technically slightly faster is still laughably slow to be viable at the task and no use as a desktop replacement.
CampGareth
Joshimitsu91
Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.
Seconding this, hook a core M up to an external gpu and they really feel constrained compared to a U series chip, but then so do the Us compared to the quad cores. I suspect it's a sustained load thing with the M series though, with web browsing once it's done rendering the page that's it for a while and it can go to sleep. With gaming it's going to be under load for an hour or more so will end up throttling down to 1GHz or less.

*edit* also the price of the latitude 7275 (I. E. Dell xps 12, a 12" tablet with dual thunderbolt 3s, core M, 8GB ram and a small battery) is ridiculous. The going rate on ebay is 400 GBP or so, but dell are charging 800 minimum.


Who's gaming on an M? Or a U for that matter. At the end of the day there's a reason why desktop computers and big old fat gaming laptops still exist. These machines have a purpose, and do it well. They're not marketed as gaming machines, or even work horses. They're designed for portability, running web apps and productivity apps, and running 1080p video. That's about it. I agree that so far the heads up and information has been useful, but let's keep the debate seated in reality and leave gaming where it belongs. On gaming machines.

Also FYI got my confirmation through folks, I7 model on its way to me!

Many thanks again OP. I've been waiting for a decent deal on an XPS 13 for months!
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Dell Black Friday Deal - 28 UltraHD Monitor S2817Q £263.40 @ Dell

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DELL DOORBUSTER!!! MIDNIGHT THURSDAY 24TH NOV* C: Dell 28 UltraHD Monitor S2817Q Ultra HD 4K panel offers over 8 million pixels of stunning clarity ideal for streaming movies or playing Read More
DELL DOORBUSTER!!! MIDNIGHT THURSDAY 24TH NOV* C: Dell 28 UltraHD Monitor S2817Q Ultra HD 4K panel offers over 8 million pixels of stunning clarity ideal for streaming movies or playing
Bigspin Avatar7m, 12h agoFound 7 months, 12 hours ago28 Comments
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This deal was b@[email protected]! Had the laptop loaded into my basket and the code copied into the box before 1300 and pressed the button at 1 second past. Then wasted over an hour and a half trying to check out through constant server errors, only to find that the website miraculously worked perfectly again once the "offer" was over. Smacks of data harvesting and false offers to me.
Don't know how anyone manages to order anything from Dell. I went straight to their website a second after the deal went live, I had the item in my basket within a minute but I've been trying for an hour and 20 mins to check out but right at the last minute it keeps saying website error. I've been in a queue to talk to them from 9 mins after the deal went live - there were 890 in the queue and hour 20 mins later there is still 294 in queue before me. I've non stop tried to ring them and every time its engaged......think i'll give up on this already wasted too much of my day :(
lapsap_c
deal is already finished, that why didn't accept credit cards, I rang them to confirm :(

I called an hour ago to place an order, and they took my order.
tempted but I currently have an IPS monitor, and IPS laptop... I don't like my TN screen at work that much -- so on the lookout for a 4K IPS... :-(
deal is already finished, that why didn't accept credit cards, I rang them to confirm :(
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Dell Black Friday | 10.5% Quidco plus 12% coupon |- Celeron laptop for £129.00, i3 laptop £199, i5 2in1 laptop for £449, 28inch 4k monitor £263.40, free delivery

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**24/11/2016 11:30am EDIT - This post originally contained preview deals posted 2 weeks ago. Since then and especially leading up to Black Friday the deals appear to have significantly changed. To sav… Read More
**24/11/2016 11:30am EDIT - This post originally contained preview deals posted 2 weeks ago. Since then and especially leading up to Black Friday the deals appear to have significantly changed. To sav…
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If you put it on eBay after eBay & PayPal charges you'll end up £20/30 profit or less...
Better sell someone apart from eBay.
darkknight32
I thought I'd try an offical complaint and try my luck after the fiasco of trying to get one on black friday and out of the blue yesterday I was sent an email saying they'd honor it. Don't really want it now but is it still a good deal? is it worth getting it and flogging it on to make some extra cash?

Sell it to me :)
Yes to everything
I thought I'd try an offical complaint and try my luck after the fiasco of trying to get one on black friday and out of the blue yesterday I was sent an email saying they'd honor it. Don't really want it now but is it still a good deal? is it worth getting it and flogging it on to make some extra cash?
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Hi, I have got the £199 laptop, still boxed and unopened, if someone wants to buy it from me, else will return to Dell. I also ordered the Lenovo one from John Lewis, which though £50 more, has an additional year of warranty and so want to keep that
Yes please. Can I Pm you?

Yes, but someone else have also asked. If he does not collect then will let you know


Any updates?
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New Dell Latitude 14 (2016) E7470 Ultrabook - 6G i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD - 3 year NBD warranty (possibly £659 with TCB) - £723.36 Dell

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I've come across this as it ticks a lot of boxes for me personally and for the price I'm struggling to find anything similar. It looks like all the Latitude models have 35% off at the minute but fo… Read More
I've come across this as it ticks a lot of boxes for me personally and for the price I'm struggling to find anything similar. It looks like all the Latitude models have 35% off at the minute but fo…
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By the way, Amazon have the advanced E-port docking station for this at just under £80. Whatever you do - don't buy one direct from Dell. They want north of £250 for it !
My wife wanted specifically one of these for work. Couldn't find it anywhere else at anything close to this price - which makes this hot for me. Quidco have 10% on these too at the moment which is an added bonus if it comes off. Thanks for posting OP....
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I got the i7 version of the recently release Lenovo 710s, happy with it so far. Very light and has Iris graphics, which won't compete with a dedicated card but is a step up from the 'HD' variant...http://shop.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/ideapad/700-series/710s/
Can I ask how much you paid for your 710s?
The best I can see at the min here is about £611 after student discount and TCB, and shipped for free I think.
Also how do you not accidentally press the power button when going for delete?

I used a student discount through a Student Beans link, came to around £660 incl. free delivery (the i5 version was around £580 I think). TCB tracked too, but not sure if it'll actually go through.

Only had it a week or so so haven't done loads of typing on it yet, but haven't had an issue with the power button so far.

Edited By: cheese_mcphee on Jun 28, 2016 15:33
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ICTHUS
Yes it is a Dell Business laptop.
But far too expensive for that specification.
Could you suggest something better then please?
Genuinely - I'm after something with this spec, top quality and a good warranty and it's the best I've found.
If it must be Dell then try this relaible outlet I have used many times.
http://mcscom.co.uk/shop/dell-laptops/latitude/latitude-new-or-as-new-refurbed-by-dell/
djbenny1
ICTHUS
Yes it is a Dell Business laptop.
But far too expensive for that specification.
Could you suggest something better then please?
Genuinely - I'm after something with this spec, top quality and a good warranty and it's the best I've found.

Could get an XPS 13 on the outlet for that price and bump up the warranty. Wouldn't be a business machine but... well, all that seems to gain you is a proprietary dock which USB C and thunderbolt replace and a few ports which again USB C replaces.
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Dell Chromebook 11 30% off - £159.00

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30% off all Dell Chromebook 11's. £159 for the 2Gb version and £169 for the 4Gb Prices are ex VAT Link: http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/chromebook-11-3120/pd Read More
30% off all Dell Chromebook 11's. £159 for the 2Gb version and £169 for the 4Gb Prices are ex VAT Link: http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/chromebook-11-3120/pd
simonm27 Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Sorry, my bad, didn't notice I was in the business part of the Dell site... Amended post
£201 with VAT and delivery.
That's the price ex-VAT
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New Dell Venue 10 Pro 5000 Series, currently 30% off RRP and can add a keyboard for £1 extra £429.00 @ Dell

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Currently listed including 30% off RRP. You can add a keyboard for an extra £1 too. Good specs for a new release. Ex. VAT & Shipping - brookheather Read More
Currently listed including 30% off RRP. You can add a keyboard for an extra £1 too. Good specs for a new release. Ex. VAT & Shipping - brookheather
llennyyyy Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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Would say an s3 might be s better buy if you find it on offer, someone posted 349 the other week.


only real difference is the Dell has a better processor and more ram, that'll matter to a lot of people.
Plus the s3 keyboard is very expensive.
common problem with dell outlet links from what i remembee before. maybe as they refresh them all the time
slepowronskiaj
link not working.


Yeah I don't know why, had to Google it instead
link not working.
Would say an s3 might be s better buy if you find it on offer, someone posted 349 the other week.

Edited By: Badpoet on May 29, 2016 21:01
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Dell Vostro 3900 £232.00 @ Dell Business

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4th Generation Intel® Core™ i3 processor Windows 7 Professional 4GB (1X4GB) Single Channel DDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Memory 500 GB Hard Drive Valid till 29th Apr-2016 Read More
4th Generation Intel® Core™ i3 processor Windows 7 Professional 4GB (1X4GB) Single Channel DDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Memory 500 GB Hard Drive Valid till 29th Apr-2016
imransaeed Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago4 Comments
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Not bad price, personally I'd spend the extra £50 for the i5 version but this one will be fine, even better with an SSD drive instead of the mechanical harddrive.
Upgrade options and more info on the i5 thread
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-vostro-3900-desktop-i5-4460-3-2ghz-win7pro-win8-1pro-w10-4gb-500gb-hd-286-50-2421267

Edited By: spannerzone on Apr 28, 2016 17:34
I see - thanks.
furq
Shows as £234+VAT to me.

I think that's the Core i5 one you're looking at - the Core i3 one shows as £194 + VAT, which is £232.80.

Good price for a simple home machine. Pop an SSD in and it should speed along quite nicely.
Shows as £234+VAT to me.
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Dell Latitude 14 3000 £214.00 @ dell

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Seems a good deal.
imransaeed Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago21 Comments
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yes its gone up to £238 when added to basket now, which is very odd as it stated yesterday the offer (of £214) was on until some point next week. Bit sneaky.

I was undecided but not bothering now.
imransaeed
You can still click "All configuration options" and then add to basket, although price is increased a bit now (£previously 179£ ex vat but now 189£ ex vat so £226 now). You r probably right. It might be a mistake.
When I tried that it gives me a Celeron based model :(
spannerzone
Looks like it was a mistake and they've removed the buy button.... this morning I was able to add to my basket to checkout.
You can still click "All configuration options" and then add to basket, although price is increased a bit now (£previously 179£ ex vat but now 189£ ex vat so £226 now). You r probably right. It might be a mistake.

Edited By: imransaeed on Apr 22, 2016 06:37: Spellings
either mistake or oos
Looks like it was a mistake and they've removed the buy button.... this morning I was able to add to my basket to checkout.
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Dell Venue 8 pro 3845 for £92.00 delivered

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Great price for these quad core tablets yesterday they had free delivery which made it more attractive at time of writing they have 2 white ones and loads of black. they are showing as 59+ vat S… Read More
Great price for these quad core tablets yesterday they had free delivery which made it more attractive at time of writing they have 2 white ones and loads of black. they are showing as 59+ vat S…
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I had the 32gb one. I was impressed and at this price, it's a steal, but I really would recommend the 64gb one, if there is an opportunity.
I bought a venue 8 pro 64gb with 2gb of ram from the dell outlet last week for £90 delivered (there were some discount codes on the site) so may be worth biding your time and keeping an eye out for offers. received it at the start of this week and impressed so far, seems like a good piece of kit.
The MCS deal looks a lot better unless you can find a free delivery voucher somewhere for the outlet.
£22 delivery, ouch
Decent price. Personally, I think this is better value at £101.94 delivered as it's 2GB RAM:

http://mcscom.co.uk/product/dell-venue-8-pro-tablet-intel-atom-z3740d-up-to-1-8ghz-2gb-ram-32gb-ssd-hdd-8-hd-ips-display-win-8-1-1yr-wty/
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Dell Latitude 15 3000 series 4th gen i3, 500 GB SSD 4GB Ram for 399.00£!!

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I suspect the 17" you got is an inspiron, the Latitude is usually studier build and aimed at business, the inspiron's are more budget home use. Not that the spec or performance is necessarily any different.
bought same spec but 17.3" screen for £294
That's not a good deal!
ex vat and delivery ?
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Dell PowerEdge T320 Server was £627, only £339 +£67.80 vat & £36p&p, Total price £442.80 @ Dell

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thepharmacist
have been given responsibility to get a server for work, our indiviudal terminals not holding out anymore, thought about dell as they could look after everthing, but when i looked at prices, the server cost is only the start then the licenses and the backup went to a over 3 thousand and only looking at 4 workstation !, am i missing something with these servers, only need to be able to access the net, run sage software and microsoft office programes eg word, excel etc?

It's a big responsibility if you don't really know what you are doing. If you are 'upgrading' the M$ software and are not working in a workgroup then it will be expensive. Traditionally server software (client/server) is expensive.

As regards this so called server, as it is it's little more than an expensive workstation. With one hard drive, you're not going to be using the built in raid, and there isn't even a dual power supply. And of course, it doesn't include any operating system

thank you Jasee.
thepharmacist
have been given responsibility to get a server for work, our indiviudal terminals not holding out anymore, thought about dell as they could look after everthing, but when i looked at prices, the server cost is only the start then the licenses and the backup went to a over 3 thousand and only looking at 4 workstation !, am i missing something with these servers, only need to be able to access the net, run sage software and microsoft office programes eg word, excel etc?

It's a big responsibility if you don't really know what you are doing. If you are 'upgrading' the M$ software and are not working in a workgroup then it will be expensive. Traditionally server software (client/server) is expensive.

As regards this so called server, as it is it's little more than an expensive workstation. With one hard drive, you're not going to be using the built in raid, and there isn't even a dual power supply. And of course, it doesn't include any operating system

Edited By: jasee on Aug 07, 2014 04:29: update
mark4russell
Jasee I voted you hot

Thanks :)

mark4russell
would be great running VMware

That's exactly my choice of application :)

Edited By: jasee on Aug 07, 2014 03:15
have been given responsibility to get a server for work, our indiviudal terminals not holding out anymore, thought about dell as they could look after everthing, but when i looked at prices, the server cost is only the start then the licenses and the backup went to a over 3 thousand and only looking at 4 workstation !, am i missing something with these servers, only need to be able to access the net, run sage software and microsoft office programes eg word, excel etc?
Jasee I voted you hot would be great running VMware
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Inspiron 15 3537 - Dell laptop 30 year sale £474.79

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I was looking for windows 8 pro as I wanted the hyper v bits that you can add to it. My understanding is that you don't get this with standard... Just pro and enterprise.
Cheers for the links though... It's food for thought though thanks.
Inspiron 15" 5000 @ £499

Inspiron 15R @£469

Inspiron 17 5000 with 900p screen @ £449

All of them come with double the ram and harddrive that you posted. I'm not sure what you mean by "pro Variant"
I don't mind my first deal going cold, I would just love to know why, and what I am missing.

Hp do an i3 where the rest of the specs are very similar to above, and this is £582

Lenovo do a slightly better processor and a 1 TB drive for £571

So this at £475 seems ok... Doesn't it? If not, what am I missing?
I need It to be pro variant.
Any help great fully received.
The ones I spotted were previous gen of processor or we're not the pro version. If you found different I would love a link. Cheers
Seems expensive. You can get the 15r or 15" 5000 series for same price. Comes with double the ram and hard drive
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Logitech Performance Mouse MX - Darkfield Laser Tracking @ £48.79 delivered from Dell

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Very comfortable mouse for people with large hands. Well built, lasts forever. Charges from micro-usb cable (same as most of mobiles), or you can use 1 AA battery.
two of those died on me and has been replaced by Logitech. one after 6 months - cursor was wobbly like there was a malfunction with the laser, and in the second one the right button stopped working. after I got the 3rd one I sold it and got Steelseries.
I ditched Logitech as in last years they've been releasing mostly crap
It's a good mouse. I wouldn't mind getting a replacement if the price dropped to £40.
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Dell Inspiron 15R 4th Gen i5, HD, 8 GB, 1TB, 2GB Dedicated Graphics - £362.81 (Incl VAT; Free Shipping till 24\04\14) (Dell Outlet)

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Just ordered this yesterday for £362.75, delivery on 7/5/14.Inspiron 15R - 5537, Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4200U (3M Cache, 1.6 GHz) with 2 GB AMD Radeon HD 8670M DDR3 Label Info Mod 1 TB SATA Hard Drive (5400 RPM)Battery : Primary 6-cell 65W/HR,  Windows® 8.1 Shipping Material Software Internal Qwerty Keyboard 8 GB DDR3 Memory 1600MHz (2 DIMMs) 3 Pin 1M 90W AC Adaptor, 15.6 inch LED Backlit Display with Truelife and HD resolution (1366 x 768) Label Windows® 8.1 (64 Bit) English Wireless : Intel Wireless N 7260 2x2 (802.11a/b/g/n with Bluetooth 4.0) Power Supply: 90W AC Adapter LCD Back Cover : Moon Silver 8X DVD+/-RW Drive Tray Load Certified Refurbished 

Edit: laptop arrived before the estimated delivery date, could not connect to WiFi, wireless adapter was single band instead of dual band. dell tech support had a look at it online and booked a technician to come and fix it, the technician rang me and made an appointment twice and did not arrived on given time twice. Finally i am returning the laptop after 10 days for a full refund.

Edited By: shoperstop on May 08, 2014 11:22: update
is this now dead or is it because people cant find it lol
Good guy OP, didn't create a thread for each deal!
iAmLegendFam
Nymins
iAmLegendFam
Beastly deal. 10% off further for students

Tried but the 10% off doesn't work on the Outlet store. :(
Oh sorry pal, didn't realise. Still a quality deal

Thanks for the student discount info anyway, didn't realise you could get it. Could come in handy!
Nymins
iAmLegendFam
Beastly deal. 10% off further for students

Tried but the 10% off doesn't work on the Outlet store. :(
Oh sorry pal, didn't realise. Still a quality deal
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Dell Venue 11 Pro ATOM Quad CPU Tablet (£439.00 - £130 discount + VAT - £200 cashback) that's £206!! @ DELL

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"Unfortunately we can no longer offer cashback with this merchant. Please browse our alternative merchants or search above."

:|
Has the TCB bonus stopped ? I cannot find the link
ill pass
Maybe if the OP corrected the misleading title this deal would get hotter.

The tablet is £430 inc VAT and delivery. Possible £200 trade in.
splender
Hottish deal... this type of trade in deal for Dell venue has been submitted before and got hot. As soon a you have a few bad comments early the others jump in the bandwagon and spoil this deal. This is a useful tablet for £206 when you have an old laptop/tablet that is worth £40-£80 to trade in and cannot be bothered to sell it.

Thank you for sticking your neck above the parapit! These things seem to move direction like tankers!
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OptiPlex 9010 AIO i5, 4GB, 500GB £808.58 @ Dell £808.68

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Anthonis Avatar4y, 3w agoFound 4 years, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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Yeah I've had a few Dell Outlet refurbs and never had a problem, usually they look brand new (and are) unless it's a very low priced one which may have been briefly used then returned.
Agharta
Anthonis
Agharta
These are much better value if you buy a refurb. See the deal I posted for a lower spec version as it shows how much the i5 versions can go for (~£450 is achievable) - LINK.

Good point, but are refurb units any good? Warranty is limited most of the time.
Dell refurbs are excellent.
In this case the warranty is the same and in some cases it's better by default than buying new.
E.g. Business desktops & laptops have 3 year on-site warranty as standard which is often an extra when buying new.

Thanks, will go then for refurb. Nobody gonna notice difference in office anyways.
Anthonis
Agharta
These are much better value if you buy a refurb. See the deal I posted for a lower spec version as it shows how much the i5 versions can go for (~£450 is achievable) - LINK.

Good point, but are refurb units any good? Warranty is limited most of the time.
Dell refurbs are excellent.
In this case the warranty is the same and in some cases it's better by default than buying new.
E.g. Business desktops & laptops have 3 year on-site warranty as standard which is often an extra when buying new.
Agharta
These are much better value if you buy a refurb. See the deal I posted for a lower spec version as it shows how much the i5 versions can go for (~£450 is achievable) - LINK.

Good point, but are refurb units any good? Warranty is limited most of the time.
Not serious, surely.....
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Dell Vostro 3360 Laptop, 13.3”/1.67Kg, i3-3227U, 4GB, 320GB (7,200), Win8 Pro, 2 year onsite Warranty, £287.29 at Dell Business with CODE (Expires Today)

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Anyone know if this laptop is WiDi or miraCast compatible? Hoping I can just install the drivers from [ftp://ftp.dell.com/Pages/Drivers/vostro-3360-all.html] and get it all working.


Edited By: solid on Jan 15, 2014 14:04
I have not noticed any flickering on my screen... Perhaps the screen is "wobbling" while you are typing?
Is the screen flickering in any particular instances that I could replicate?
dj_lloyde
Anyone else find the screen flickers?

Yeah the screen aint great but I think I'm happy with what I got for the money
Anyone else find the screen flickers?
Did everyone's TCB cashback track? I'm expecting about £17 back, but nothing was tracked. I've raised an issue with TCB, though.
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Dell Business Vostro 270 MT i5 £439 to £342.01with code + cashback £324.90 In VAT

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howdi
Anybody else had their order cancelled?? No longer available?

Still available on there to buy..

http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/vostro-270/fs

But the price has gone up a lot. Only hope is it to wait for Dell to replace with Haswell and reduce the price again.

Edited By: hotman on Jun 10, 2013 18:42
howdi
Anybody else had their order cancelled?? No longer available?


Still available on there to buy..

http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/vostro-270/fs
Anybody else had their order cancelled?? No longer available?
batlan
I went on scan.co.uk and check how much that PC could cost. This is what I came up with
http://batalan.bugs3.com/scan.jpg
It came about £370. Could not find what motherboard is inside Dell (I mean chipset), so I chose the cheapest one in scan.
Looks like Dell price is good, but I still prefer non branded PC as I know what is inside and I can upgrade it more easily. For people who just want a good PC this is a hot deal ;) plus it has OS already.
The Dell has:

1 x 4GB 1600MHz RAM
19 in 1 Card Reader
Keyboard and Mouse
WiFi
Intel B75 chipset; SATA 3.
A CPU heat-sink – OEM CPUs don’t come with one
Just noticed TCB have got 6% cash back on Dell Vostro at the moment..
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Dell Business Inspiron 17 i5 laptop 479 to 406.00 plus cask back 390

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Arrived yesterday. The sound quality out if this is amazing. Topcashback has confirmed. Lovely laptop and was a great price.
Ordered one this evening. Thanks
Was posted by phone app sorry if its affected people so greatly... I'm sure a helpline will crop up soon enough haha :)
Didn't post this twice OP?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-business-inspiron-17-i5-laptop-479-406-with-code-1565012

shurely shome mishtake?

Edited By: spannerzone on May 28, 2013 18:27
Seems good, can't decide between this and an HP of similar spec and price. Thanks op worth checking it out
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£279.89 DELL Inspirion 17" Laptop @ DELL £299.00

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USE DISCOUNT CODE GQQ?PN4$M4QM0? TO BRING PRICE DOWN TO £279.89 - Thanks Spannerzone Also 6% Quidco = £263 This is not the best spec but is good for online work with SSD conversion
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Major Soapsuds
Hey guys, just wondering if anyone that bought this laptop notice that laptops fan is extremely loud and always seems to be on? Any help or links to resolution would be great, thanks in advance
From above post

"The dell update page also does not show any BIOS as being available for my service tag... Even though my laptop has BIOS version 03 and the latest for this laptop model is version 07?? I just manually installed the latest 07 BIOS anyway (which has now made the fans really quiet and is a definite improvement)."

Thank you for your help and quick response :)
Major Soapsuds
Hey guys, just wondering if anyone that bought this laptop notice that laptops fan is extremely loud and always seems to be on? Any help or links to resolution would be great, thanks in advance
From above post

"The dell update page also does not show any BIOS as being available for my service tag... Even though my laptop has BIOS version 03 and the latest for this laptop model is version 07?? I just manually installed the latest 07 BIOS anyway (which has now made the fans really quiet and is a definite improvement)."
Hey guys, just wondering if anyone that bought this laptop notice that laptops fan is extremely loud and always seems to be on? Any help or links to resolution would be great, thanks in advance
Major Soapsuds
Can anyone get this deal working still? messed about with various codes but not working for me. The vouchers always state The 'following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information' but clicking view details tells you nothing

Dell vouchers do not last long and this is an old offer. Keep looking for the next deal, they always come along !
Can anyone get this deal working still? messed about with various codes but not working for me. The vouchers always state The 'following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information' but clicking view details tells you nothing