Samsung R530 JB01UK Core i3 3GB/320GB 15.6" Laptop £429.99 @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Free Delivery & looks like the lowest price still available for this model

Product overview
Loaded with style and packed with powerful features, the Samsung R530 family of laptops offer exceptional value for money. They all feature a 15.6" screen with a 16.9 aspect ratio and an HDMI port, enabling transfer of HD content from the laptop to a TV, a multi-touch touchpad, an easy to use numeric keypad and a robust, durable case.
The R530 JB01UK model has an Intel Core i3 330M Processor running at 2.13GHz, 3GB of memory and a 320GB hard drive, so it's powerful and fast. Inside there's an Intel GMA X4500 DVMT graphics card and Windows 7 Home Premium loaded as the operating system, as well as a host of trial software. Coupled with a card reader that recognises SD, SDHC and MMC card and you've an ideal family laptop for everyday computing.
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#1
shared graphics makes this computer very unattractive, otherwise I'm for samsung, they're good machines
#2
Got exactly the same laptop from Viking Direct for £300 after quidco!
#3
rash
Got exactly the same laptop from Viking Direct for £300 after quidco!
erm when? new? link? etc
#4
Lenovo Z560 for £10 more @ ebuyer is a better machine imo.
#5
rash
Got exactly the same laptop from Viking Direct for £300 after quidco!

Viking Direct is £399.98 delivered plus vat less 8% quidco. Not exactly £300. Why do people post about the impossibly good deals they've got? Is it something to do with willy size?
#6
topazz
Viking Direct is £399.98 delivered plus vat less 8% quidco. Not exactly £300. Why do people post about the impossibly good deals they've got? Is it something to do with willy size?


Yes it is. Special offer is £299 plus £1 for every inch. I got mine for £299.50... oO
#8
probably is but excludes vat
#9
I was given 30% reduction on anything I buy from Viking Direct - so £399.99 + vat = £469.99 minus 30% is around £330 plus £30 quidco. Total is £300.

Happy? At £430 - I don't think it's worth it considering similar spec'd Inspiron N5010 IS be available on Dell oulets website for around £370 including VAT and delivery - and it has a i3-350M processor.

Edited By: rash on Oct 20, 2010 13:54: dfg
#10

Yes, it appears to be the same spec but for those of us who pay tax, you need to add VAT.
#11
Rash

Happy to stand corrected. It would of helped if you'd of mentioned the 30% discount at the time, rather than allow the rest of us miserable souls to get our hopes up of bagging a bargain. (_;)
#12
topazz
Rash

Happy to stand corrected. It would of helped if you'd of mentioned the 30% discount at the time, rather than allow the rest of us miserable souls to get our hopes up of bagging a bargain. (_;)


Indeed I do apologise- but i still think it's expensive at £430. Just 2 Days ago I bought a Insprion N5010 Core i5-430M, 4GB DDR3, 500GB HD and ATI HD 5470 1GB GPU from Dell oulet UK for £426, inc. VAT & del.

£4 cheaper - spec wise crushes this!
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rash
topazz
RashHappy to stand corrected. It would of helped if you'd of mentioned the 30% discount at the time, rather than allow the rest of us miserable souls to get our hopes up of bagging a bargain. (_;)
Indeed I do apologise- but i still think it's expensive at £430. Just 2 Days ago I bought a Insprion N5010 Core i5-430M, 4GB DDR3, 500GB HD and ATI HD 5470 1GB GPU from Dell oulet UK for £426, inc. VAT & del.£4 cheaper - spec wise crushes this!
and again basically irrelevant as outlet isn't new
30% discount adds nothing to this thread - just a boast
comparison of new with 2nd hand adds nothing as everyone knows about dell refurbs and is not 'like for like'
#14
brilly
rash
topazz
RashHappy to stand corrected. It would of helped if you'd of mentioned the 30% discount at the time, rather than allow the rest of us miserable souls to get our hopes up of bagging a bargain. (_;)
Indeed I do apologise- but i still think it's expensive at £430. Just 2 Days ago I bought a Insprion N5010 Core i5-430M, 4GB DDR3, 500GB HD and ATI HD 5470 1GB GPU from Dell oulet UK for £426, inc. VAT & del.£4 cheaper - spec wise crushes this!

and again basically irrelevant as outlet isn't new
30% discount adds nothing to this thread - just a boast
comparison of new with 2nd hand adds nothing as everyone knows about dell refurbs and is not 'like for like'


Dell outlet are pretty much new laptops! If you think saving £50 for a 'as new' laptop is not worth it - then thats up to you.

I'm sure there are people who would prefer to save £50 and get a Inspiron with identical spec (but 350M processor). Or save £4 and get a far far superior spec'd Inspiron. Both Dell and this come with a 12 month warranty!

Edited By: rash on Oct 20, 2010 14:25: dell
#15
Can anyone tell me if its the same as this one?

This is only £390.
#16
BigDanC
Can anyone tell me if its the same as this one?

This is only £390.


That one has a dual core processor, the i3 in this deal is a much better processor from latest intel range.
#17
northtim
BigDanC
Can anyone tell me if its the same as this one?

This is only £390.


That one has a dual core processor, the i3 in this deal is a much better processor from latest intel range.


OK, thanks Northtim.
#18
Why isnt this hotter? £540 on Amazon it looks to me, next cheapest are £480 at laptopsdirect.

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