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Anyone else fed up of looking for a deal on Dell Outlet?

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I'm after an inspiron studio notebook, but its so hard to find a deal. When new stuff goes on its gone again in a minute!

Anyone else looking managed to find the right time of day to check yet?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
nope.
#2
their fleabay site was class, shame its gone
banned#3
when i was looking before xmas i found it restocked at just gone half past the hour
#4
sassie
when i was looking before xmas i found it restocked at just gone half past the hour


What, every hour?

I emailed them and they said it was around 1pm each day, although think I must have missed that today
banned#5
owens101
What, every hour?

I emailed them and they said it was around 1pm each day, although think I must have missed that today


not saying every hour, but when i was looking the new ones if there was any came just after half past the hour, although must say i looked for day and at half past the hour more often than not there was new ones appearing


they where definatley not just restocked once per day when i was looking
#6
ok, thanks, will keep hitting that refresh button then ;-)
#7
out of interest what did you get?
#8
i think (im probably wrong) there is usually more systems available late at night. Beware though, dell outlet are either excellent or blooming useless. no inbetween. i know from experiance.
banned#9
owens101
out of interest what did you get?


the 17in studio
#10
which is the better processor dcp2000 or the icr2-2000?
#11
owens101
which is the better processor dcp2000 or the icr2-2000?


dcp2000 will be a pentium dual core
icr2-2000 will be core2duo and therefore should be the better cpu.
#12
thanks, I thought it might be as usually more expensive

would dcp2000 and 2gb ram be enough? I'm looking for 3gb ram but if there is a good deal on the 2 maybe I should just go for it? Would I be able to upgrade it myself?
#13
owens101
thanks, I thought it might be as usually more expensive

would dcp2000 and 2gb ram be enough? I'm looking for 3gb ram but if there is a good deal on the 2 maybe I should just go for it? Would I be able to upgrade it myself?


easy and cheap enough to upgrade.
#14
thanks to sassie and shanecr, onwards with my quest for a new laptop :-))

Fingers croosed I'll come a ccross a good deal soon, as nothing else is getting done around the house ;-)
banned#15
good luck in finding what you want, shane was a great help in helping me find the best deal at the time too :thumbsup:
#16
Yep .. I get the feeling that Dell have a nice little band of merry folks spamming websites (just my view and not the thoughts of this website mind..) as no matter which "notebook" forum you care to visit, the overwheling posts are "dell outlet" pointers.. It does make me wonder when the deals are never *that* good..
#17
is this a deal??

INSPIRON STUDIO 1735 (System Identifier. EJ8VFKG8)
Studio 1735 Pentium Dual Core T2390 (1.86Ghz)
English Genuine Windows Vista SP1 Home Premium

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Operating System: English Genuine Windows Vista SP1 Home Premium
Memory: 2048MB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM (2x1024)
Hard Disk Drive: Hard Drive 120GB (5400rpm)
NoteBook Screen: Display 17.0 Widescreen WXGA+ Truelife CCFL
CD Read-Write Drive: Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Drive
Software: BT, AOL, Tiscali ISP Combination
System Color: Cover Jet Black Matte Finish
MISC: Image Restore - Vista
Graphics Intel Integrated GMA X3100
Keyboard Internal UK English Qwerty
Battery Primary 6 cell
Network Card 1397
MS Vista Premium Logo Label NB (small
Vista OnLine Getting Started Guide (WW
Power Cord
£316 + delivery which is what? £17.99....
prob not such a good deal.
banned#18
judderman its pretty basic, depends what you will be doing on it
#19
I see I have some more competition then judderman, lol

can't decide on the 15 or the 17 myself

think you only get the camera on the 15?
#20
looking for a new laptop would be so much easier if I had a laptop to check on in the first place, still all the exercise running up and down the stairs must be good ;-)

need to start cooking my risotto, but then I may miss the perfect deal
#21
viva
Yep .. I get the feeling that Dell have a nice little band of merry folks spamming websites (just my view and not the thoughts of this website mind..) as no matter which "notebook" forum you care to visit, the overwheling posts are "dell outlet" pointers.. It does make me wonder when the deals are never *that* good..


i think many people just get such decent bargains that they have to tell everyone....in the end i got a vostro 1310 13" screen, T8100 2.1 c2d, 3gb ram, 320gb hdd, bluetooth, 128mb nvidia graphics all for £310 delivered. And it was basically new as far as i could tell.
#22
also...use this handy Dell Tag Tool to check a more detailed list of the spec.
#23
shanecr
also...use this handy Tag tool to check a more detailed list of the spec.


sounds like you did get a good deal, not really been looking at vostro as thought it was too expensive.

not sure what to do with that tag thing? It just showed me the same details that are on the site if you click on it, am I missing something?
#24
owens101
sounds like you did get a good deal, not really been looking at vostro as thought it was too expensive.

not sure what to do with that tag thing? It just showed me the same details that are on the site if you click on it, am I missing something?


copy the outlet tag and put it in the tool. usually it will show you the original tag the machine had and its original spec.
#25
ok I get it, trouble is the page where you put in the tag changes to dell community forum after I use the tool, any idea how to sop this, or just have 2 open?
#26
owens101
ok I get it, trouble is the page where you put in the tag changes to dell community forum after I use the tool, any idea how to sop this, or just have 2 open?


as long as the other part shows the spec then i wouldnt worry about it.
#27
Nothing new added since yesterday afternoon, as far as I can tell. :-(
#28
I'm getting this delivered today - £407 delivered. Deals are there.

Vostro 1710 Intel Core 2 Duo T5870 (2.0GHz)
English Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 (32Bit OS)

Operating System:
English Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 (32Bit OS)
Memory:
3.0GB, 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM Memory (1 x 1024 and 1 x 2048MB
Hard Disk Drive:
Hard Drive 250GB (5400rpm)
Video:
256MB DDR2 NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GS (128bit)
NoteBook Screen:
17in Widescreen WXGA+ (1440X900) Anti-Glare Coating
Modem:
Internal 56K Modem
CD Read-Write Drive:
8X DVD+/-RW
System Color:
LCD Back Cover Black
MISC:
English Qwerty Keyboard
Image Restore - Vista
LCD Back Cover Black (1.3 mega pixel Camera)
MS Vista Premium Logo Label NB (small
Vista OnLine Getting Started Guide
Battery Primary 6-cell 58W/HR LI-ION
English Qwerty Keyboard
Dell Wireless 1395 Mini-Card 802.11b/g EME
#29
Inspiron 1525 Celeron Dual-Core T1500 (1.86GHz)
English Genuine Windows Vista SP1 Home Premium

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System Price £344.19

Operating System: English Genuine Windows Vista SP1 Home Premium
Memory: Memory 2048MB (2x1024) 800MHz DDR2
Hard Disk Drive: Hard Drive 160GB Serial ATA (5400RPM)
NoteBook Screen: Display 15.4 Widescreen WXGA (1280x800)
Modem: Internal 56K Modem
CD Read-Write Drive: Optical Drive 8xDVD+/-RW Drive including SW
Software: BT, AOL, Tiscali ISP Combination
System Color: LCD Back Cover Midnight Blue Microsatin
MISC: Image Restore - Vista
MS Vista Premium Logo Label NB (small
Vista OnLine Getting Started Guide (WW
Battery Inspiron Primary 6-cell 56WHr Li-Ion
2.0 Mega pixel web camera NOT included
Internal Keyboard Uk/Irish (QWERTY)
Dell Wireless 1395 Mini-Card 802.11b/g EMEA
65W AC Adapter
£300.05

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