NEW Dell Vostro 1510 Notebook. 2Ghz T5870, 2gig, 160GB, 256meg graphics, 6 cell, £439 delivered - HotUKDeals
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305-N0415118 Small Business site - Best price £439.45 Delivered.
Vostro 1510 NB(N0415118)

Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T5870 (2.0 GHz, 2 MB L2 Cache, 800 MHz FSB)
Genuine Windows Vista Business - English
or
XP Pro
2048MB (2x1024) 667MHz DDR2 Dual Channel
160GB (5400rpm) SATA Hard Drive
256 MB NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS (64 bit) Graphic Card
Microsoft Works 9.0 - English
1Yr Basic Warranty - Next Business Day Included - No Upgrade Selected
15.4" Widescreen WXGA (1280 x 800) Display with Anti-Glare Coating
Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Slot Load Drive including Software
Primary 6-cell 58 WHr Lithium Ion battery
No Biometric Fingerprint Reader
1 Meter Power Cord (3 Wire) - UK
Intel Pro Wireless 3945 (802.11 a/b/g) MiniPCI Card
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#1
I was going to complain about the poor screen resolutions Dell continues to offer but i see I can upgrade to a 1900 x 1200 for only £99,929.00! I do dislike Trulife screens though so I had to get an HP to get the kind of screen I wanted,

I see they have a Vostro 1310 now as well.
[mod]#2
Yes I nopticed they dont what you to buy the 1900x1200 screen upgrade, its this on another ecode too 15.4" UltraSharp™ Widescreen WUXGA (1900 x 1200) Display with TrueLife add £117,416.58
#3
Free upgrade from 2 x 1024MB RAM to 1 x 2048MB RAM. Handy if you want to bump up the RAM at a later date.
#4
Zub
I was going to complain about the poor screen resolutions Dell continues to offer but i see I can upgrade to a 1900 x 1200 for only £99,929.00! I do dislike Trulife screens though so I had to get an HP to get the kind of screen I wanted,

I see they have a Vostro 1310 now as well.


lol...[add £99,929.00 or £15/month1]....that would be 6662 months, nice one dell
#5
Sweetchuck
Free upgrade from 2 x 1024MB RAM to 1 x 2048MB RAM. Handy if you want to bump up the RAM at a later date.


It says the 1x2048 is single channel ram?
#6
Hillfly
It says the 1x2048 is single channel ram?


Yer thats right because theres only one ram stick so it's single. Upgrade to this if you think you want to add another 2 GB for more RAM.
#7
Can i still get one if its not for a business? I have been looking for a good deal on a laptop for a while.
#8
BadBoyTC
Yer thats right because theres only one ram stick so it's single. Upgrade to this if you think you want to add another 2 GB for more RAM.


Yep,However to use fully the 4Gb of ram ,you would have to get 64-bit system (Vista 64 or XP 64 - unfortunately problematic in many cases).
Otherwise,approx 1GB remains unused..and can make the system running slower than the one with only 2GB.
#9
Hey everyone, what do you think bout this deal:

For £420 delivered:

System type: Vostro 1400 Laptop
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 2.00GHz
RAM installed: 2GB
Hard drive capacity: 120GB 5,400rpm SATA
Optical drive: 8x DVD+/-RW for CD and DVD writing
Graphics: 128MB nVidia GeForce 8400M BS
Windows version: Vista Ultimate
Warranty: 3 year on-site from Dell
Screen size: 14.1"
Screen resolution: WXGA (1280 x 800)
Battery: 6-Cell 56WHr Li-Ion
#10
Bryan839
Hey everyone, what do you think bout this deal:

For £420 delivered:

System type: Vostro 1400 Laptop
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 2.00GHz
RAM installed: 2GB
Hard drive capacity: 120GB 5,400rpm SATA
Optical drive: 8x DVD+/-RW for CD and DVD writing
Graphics: 128MB nVidia GeForce 8400M BS
Windows version: Vista Ultimate
Warranty: 3 year on-site from Dell
Screen size: 14.1"
Screen resolution: WXGA (1280 x 800)
Battery: 6-Cell 56WHr Li-Ion


IMO - good deal.You are buying rather portable laptop - how much would cost you to get better battery ?
#11
7777777
IMO - good deal.You are buying rather portable laptop - how much would cost you to get better battery ?


Its a dell outlet deal so cant upgrade anything, you think I should go for it?
#12
Do you really need 3 years warranty from Dell?In two years you will be buying a new one ;)
#13
Personally, I would go for it...but wait for the response of the others :).
#14
7777777
Do you really need 3 years warranty from Dell?In two years you will be buying a new one ;)


Yep I know, but I thought it was a good deal considering its got vista ultimate aswell.

Thanks 7
#15
Zub
I do dislike Trulife screens though so I had to get an HP to get the kind of screen I wanted.


Is TrueLife really that bad ?

It gives a shiny finish to the screen does it not ? And I guess it's the shiny finish which causes the problems - reflections !

I've used an LG laptop with a TrueLife type of effect screen & I thought it offered richer colour representation compared to one which has a matt finish.

BTW don't like the look of these new models. Lighter colour finish compared to the other range.
#16
Yea, the whole Vostro series looks about 10 years old, barring the widescreen. So boring. Apparently business people like retro-bland. Go, suits!
#17
Houldey
Yea, the whole Vostro series looks about 10 years old, barring the widescreen. So boring. Apparently business people like retro-bland. Go, suits!



There's nothing wrong with the Vostro series looks- or build-wise.

Dell's Inspiron series can cost more or just the same & they are pretty cheap & plasticy looking. Same goes for most other laptops out there. What do you want your laptop to look like, Las Vegas !?

The Vostro's are at least sturdily made with the higher models having a chassis made from a magnesium-alloy, none of your cheap plastic rubbish.

The same spec MikeT quoted is coming up as £439.45 at the moment. Not bad really considering the spec & the additional 5% discount which can be had via Quidco.
#18
I've given up on waiting for Dell's Quidco - 6 months later and still nothing - not even worth factoring in (as Mike hasn't due to experience).

As for all laptops looking 'plasticky' I have to disagree. They range from cheap and nasty to ones that can look really good, even in the mid-price range. Dell's laptops do look dated but I think they have an element of that designed into them simply so they alienate the least amount of their customers - their core business - people looking for a strong, relatively sturdy workhorse (especially with the Vostro range).

Everyone knows (or should) that unless you opt for the XPS models then you're not going to get the best looking (or slimmest) notebook in the world, but that's the point - it's the price that matters most to the majority of Dells customers.
#19
tef89
As for all laptops looking 'plasticky' well that's just silly. They range from cheap and nasty to ones that can look really good, even in the mid-price range. Dell's laptops do look dated but I think they have an element of that designed into them simply so they alienate the least amount of their customers - their core business - people looking for a strong, relatively sturdy workhorse (especially with the Vostro range).


Point taken.

I was merely basing my thoughts on the Inspiron 1525 & 1720 series inc. the previous series.

You can pay a decent amount of cash for a well specced 1525, but it just doesn't ooze any quality - run of the mill plastic chassis with silver spray-paint effect finish and on the keyboard aswell. That's the impression I got seeing it in the flesh.

Friend has a Vostro 1500 & says finish & quality of materials is very decent.
#20
Take your order over the £399.00 ex vat mark and save yourself another £25.00 i.e add anti virus software or web cam option which would both come for free.
#21
Johnski;1911971
Point taken.

I was merely basing my thoughts on the Inspiron 1525 & 1720 series inc. the previous series.

You can pay a decent amount of cash for a well specced 1525, but it just doesn't ooze any quality - run of the mill plastic chassis with silver spray-paint effect finish and on the keyboard aswell. That's the impression I got seeing it in the flesh.

Friend has a Vostro 1500 & says finish & quality of materials is very decent.


Point taken by me too :) I agree with what you're saying the finish does definately differ between series, I have a couple of Inspiron 6000 a few years back and I felt the silver finish was tacky, but the price vs the features still made me go for them ... but I still secretly desired a flashier one so I ended up getting a Macbook aswell (and the small size did help for flying long haul). More recently I went for one of Mike's great Vostro 1000 deals and it felt much better even though they seemed to be basically the same design etc.
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Price now £439.45 delivered

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