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Dell P2715Q 27-Inch Ultra HD 4K IPS Monitor £470.12 @ Amazon and BTshop

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Been a price drop on this monitor on Amazon and it looks like the BT shop have done the same too. Faster delivery with Amazon if you have Prime. There are cheaper 4k monitors out there but this is an… Read More
Been a price drop on this monitor on Amazon and it looks like the BT shop have done the same too. Faster delivery with Amazon if you have Prime. There are cheaper 4k monitors out there but this is an…
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I did see this earlier on Amazon for £470, but I believe it has now increased to £570.99?
such as for around £500? genuine question as that's my budget.
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Sorry but cold, it's a lot of money for an old panel. For less than this you could have a newer 4K TV, which would be a lot more immersive for games, and is fine as a monitor (except perhaps where you need 100% colour accuracy) once you get used to the larger size screen....
You wouldn't edit photos or video on a 4K telly. These monitors are fantastic.

Sure I mentioned that, but it's a niche case, only professionals in that field need perfect colour accuracy, for everyone else there are better value options...
ST3123
Sorry but cold, it's a lot of money for an old panel. For less than this you could have a newer 4K TV, which would be a lot more immersive for games, and is fine as a monitor (except perhaps where you need 100% colour accuracy) once you get used to the larger size screen....
You wouldn't edit photos or video on a 4K telly. These monitors are fantastic.
Sorry but cold, it's a lot of money for an old panel. For less than this you could have a newer 4K TV, which would be a lot more immersive for games, and is fine as a monitor (except perhaps where you need 100% colour accuracy) once you get used to the larger size screen....
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Dell outlet - 15% off of all systems with code

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Hi Figo, what model did you get?
highly recommend..I purchased when they had 20% OFF and got the xps 15 9560. fantastic machine and built quality !
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Tried this code on an Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming... it flat out refused to work. So I'm voting cold here.


On Dell outlet or on the Dell main site?
I wouldn't advise using Dell. I bought two outlet laptops - XPS 15 for £700 each a few years ago. After a few months one became slow, taking 10 mins to switch on. Despite only running a few programs, Adobe and one other. Also kept freezing up, so had to do forced restarts all the time. It wasn't fit for purpose.
Spent many hours on the phone to be told they thought it was a software issue so despite being under warranty they would charge me £70 for a repair. So I contacted my credit card company to get a refund, supplying transcripts of online help etc. Dell didn't dispute it so had the refund. Dell's customer service was terrible, phone conversations with their overseas help were so frustrating. Never buying from Dell again.
Tried this code on an Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming... it flat out refused to work. So I'm voting cold here.
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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…
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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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20% off at Dell Outlet XPS

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Hibbers1 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago3 Comments
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I just managed to get Dell xps 15 9560 with 3 year warranty for 1250.00 Inc vat 16gb 512 ssd gtx 1050 fhd screen with fingerprint reader.... Result!

Edited By: Figo_Rulz11 on Jun 08, 2017 21:35: update
Great. Got 'scratch and dent' dell xps 8920 desktop £729. Same model on dell new item site is for £1299. And 4% quidco

Edited By: jackie_chan on Jun 08, 2017 20:36:
Great already missed out on xps 15
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30% off Precision M5510 with Code at Dell. See details for other laptops.

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For Home 10% off all Inspiron Laptops: DOINS2 10% off all Inspiron Desktops: DOINS2 15% off the Inspiron 15 - 55672: Inspired5567188 For Business 10% off Latitu… Read More
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farrukh37 Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago15 Comments
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Dell prices are ludicrous in the UK. The Pound is starting a new rally cycle which is going to be interesting to see - I suspect that Dell will continue with crazy prices whilst the likes of Lenovo drop their prices in the months ahead.

Are you kidding me ?
Lenovo dones't have remotely close good price for anything with similar specs.
Can you use 30% OFF for xps 15 in outlet store?
TomScrut
The 5510 automatically adds the discount, which I think is similar to what Dell normally do on Precisions anyway?

Yes for next two days on refurbished laptops from Dell outlet and New from Dell UK website. 30% off.
chetanp
Yeah link not working

Sorry for some reasons i am unable to update the link: so pasting here, http://www.dell.com/uk/dfb/p/?~ck=bt&s=dfb&~ck=mn&dgc=IR&cid=271561&lid=5090163
Agharta
They no longer offer 3 year warranties as standard on all the higher end Latitudes (7 series) and Precisions for quite a while now even when there are no deals on.A shame as the 7370 is expensive to start with without paying for a longer warranty.

Depends what you mean by 'a while'. I had one 5510 ordered late April and it had 3y warranty as standard. Had to return it due to faulty screen though (known issue with flickering 4k screen and couldn't fix it with bios downgrade), ah well...
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Dell U2715H 27" 1440P Monitor £364.95 - Amazon £364.92

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Dell 27" Monitor cheapest I've seen on Amazon. Dell U2715H 27 inch LCD Monitor Black - (16:9, 2M:1, 350 cd/m2, 2560 x 1440, 8ms, HDMI) https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Dell-U2715H-inch-Monitor-Black/p… Read More
Dell 27" Monitor cheapest I've seen on Amazon. Dell U2715H 27 inch LCD Monitor Black - (16:9, 2M:1, 350 cd/m2, 2560 x 1440, 8ms, HDMI) https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Dell-U2715H-inch-Monitor-Black/p…
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^ but ebuyer though.
An excellent monitor at a good price. Hot vote from me
Nrgit is refurbished dell stock so no dell manufacturer warranty
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Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, 15.6", Black & Red at John Lewis for £799.00

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Thinking about and saw this after buying a 'gaming laptop' second hand only to find it won't play the one game (Ark survival evolved) I bought it for (well it does but less than Megadrive graphics). B… Read More
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Didn't have Red keyboard tho like in pictures )-;
Exactly same as one I bought and got 2 years warranty.
Do they? Anyone? Or do JL?
Read something that said Currys do a NUS / student discount aswell at certain times.
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(Amazon Prime) Dell Inspiron 7000 15.6" Gaming Laptop (Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, GTX 1050 4GB) - £799.99

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Technical Details Brand Dell Item Weight 2.6 Kg Product Dimensions 27.5 x 38.5 x 2.5 cm Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Item model number 37V4C Series Inspiron 15 Gaming Color
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I am looking at the Currys one atm and also one I found with Dell directly (see comments for info on the JL deal I posted). Any thoughts on what's best?
Thanks Nutkin. Aparrently (from what i can glean) the B156HTN05.2 is supposed to be a 120Hz TN panel that is G-Sync-capable. Costing approximately #50GBP. Do you agree?

Now this is where it gets interesting... the G-Sync. Because that is essentially some form of FreeSync implementation over the eDP port. Meaning there may be no special 'G-Sync' module (which would otherwise also be missing from this laptop). However NVIDIA protects this with some form of DRM. As per other forum commentary elsewehere on the interwebs. We have this little gem:

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By the way, you are not going to have G-Sync on your Inspiron 15 7000 series notebook. G-Sync requires several specific things to function. While you are buying a G-Sync certified panel, you are missing the signed G-Sync "cookie" for your dGPU and panel p/n in the BIOS, do not have a G-Sync compatible dGPU (correct PCI ID and vBIOS) matching the "cookie," and do not have a direct connect between the dGPU eDP output to the panel."

https://slickdeals.net/f/9849488-dell-inspiron-15-7467-gaming-laptop-i5-7300hq-8gb-ddr4-256gb-ssd-gtx-1050-ti-750-free-s-h?p=97445356#post97445356

So there is that to also consider. Perhaps (if anyone else can do this :D also give an IPS panel model number. As an alternative for those who want to avoid TN, and get an IPS instead (despite lower refresh rate).

And if anyone knows which Dell Model number(s) are TN, and which are for IPS revision. That we could determine what we are buying. If a screen replacement is even necessary anymore after product revision(s). That would also ineed be very helpful too. Many thanks.
Replacement screen recommendation

B156HTN05.2
I'm looking at these laptops for the last few weeks on the outlet. I'm guessing the outlet models will have the bad screens as older stock etc...
would love to know the replacement screen details too! :D
brokensteps
Pretty sure this model's screen is actually terrible. In the USA they replaced the displays used but in the UK it doesnt look to be that way


uk dell has new screens already
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Dell U2715H 27 inch IPS LCD Monitor 2560x1440 £369.92 @ Amazon

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This is a very well reviewed monitor that comes factory calibrated (this is what sold it to me as I don't have a calibration kit and want to improve the colour accuracy for my photos). It has previous…
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Good monitors. Went from cheapo AOC IPS and DELL TFT to these. Massive improvement.

Got two of these two years ago for like £10 and £20 more, from Scan and Overclockers UK. But that price is okay considering the weak value of the £.

Make sure you check returns policies, especially re. dead pixels. Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 are your friend. I had to return two of these, one with a misaligned USB port, and another with a dead pixel. Seems pretty par the course for DELL monitors these days. Pot luck QA.
Ah, found it here. Not sure what the difference is to ADSN if there is one. Fair enough.
Have you got a link? I see it here at £389.97 or £374.97 with a £1 Which? trial. Either is more expensive.
Good monitor, but cold deal because it's £10 cheaper at Laptops Direct.
https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00PRCRWRU/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
Not the all time low but pretty close.
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Dell Inspiron 13-5000.Core i5, 8Gb RAM, 256Gb SSD, 13.3 inch Full HD Touchscreen 2-in-1 Laptop £554.00 with code @ Very

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Code expired...
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is the ram upgradeable on this .. ?
By what I can see on dells website it's up to 16gb which to me says it has two slots which can take 8gb each.


Think you will find this bad boy will take up to 32gb


Don't take this the wrong way but how ?? I'm not a computer whizz am am looking to buy this myself.
If I can get 32gb out if it that would seal the deal.
Just where to get it from ? Very or pay £50 extra at John Lewis for a 3 year guarantee


Would John Lewis price match?
Mine is 7th Gen. The 2nd from right number denotes the CPU gen; e.g. 5368 is 6th Gen, 5378 is 7th Gen.

There are two ram slots and yes, some people have put in 32gb without a problem. YMMV according to BIOS version: http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19999401

The display is IPS.
repouk
I've got one of these, great machine. I never use the backlight for the keyboard though!
Got mine from John Lewis for £600 with a free three year warranty so hopefully not too much interaction with Dell themselves.
Criticisms:
No dedicated Home, End, Page Up or Page Down keys;
Mouse buttons are integrated into the touch pad and I really like them to be separate.
"Intelligent" headphone socket is a real pain in the ****.

Get a USB 'sound card'. About £5 on Amazon. It will give you proper audio ports.
arandomusername
Is this a 1080p display? Presumably not IPS?

1920 x 1080 IPS Panel

https://www.pcworldbusiness.co.uk/catalogue/item/N177587W
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mano8
any other codes for alienware?

Sadly all expired now.They never last long.
The computers in the outlet are returned machines so it depends how the person configured them. It sounds like someone probably built a machine with the wrong graphics card and once they realised their mistake (after reading it) sent it back for a refund.

You sometimes get some weird configurations on the outlet for this type of reason and these are the ones that tend to stick around as the pricing just doesn't seem as attractive for what you are getting.
I tried to call dell Customer service Number today (top left hand side of their site) and got the Automated run around and had to select the "Ive made a purchases inquiry" Option then ask them to put me though to a sales rep finally (didn't get his name), i was asking about Aurora R5 And R6 and XPS (well trying too) but the crap attitude from the sales rep made me think twice on the whole thing i said that it was my understanding (which could be wrong) one machine Aurora R6 with a Core i5-7400, "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5" had a better graphics card than a Aurora R6 Core I7600, "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti with 4GB GDDR5" Graphics card and why this was? but he kept referring to the processor and saying the graphics card had nothing to do with the price etc which automatically raised concerns (I'm a little tech savvy) and i know well fine graphics card has got plenty to do with things if I'm gonna pay £1000+ on a machine i want to know the specs of parts am paying for and all possible upgrade options as an extra £50 or £100 upgrade can make a huge different to everything long term. he eventually said the Aurora R6's Core I5 graphics card was better than the core I7 machine (i don't how much difference he said not much though) and he didn't know why this was, then a little bit later he said he was to do with over all cost, a high processor with a lower graphics card was a cost thing which made no sense to both of us and this was a "Dell" thing. why pay £1000+ for a machine with a lesser graphics card (which you would probably have to upgrade) i found out you can upgrade a Core i7-6700 (locked) to a Core i7-6700K Processor (Unlocked for Overclocking for £80) i was also asking about the discount codes and when i did they guy's attitude went from bad to worse and he more or less made out I was making it up there's no 15% off code and to go buy it online, at which point i had to cut the call answer my door and speak to someone. that sales rep made me think twice on the whole thing, Ive got no doubts about buying a machine, but doubt it will soon, and doubt be from Dell

Edited By: rog on May 31, 2017 15:22:
I received my "scratch and dent" alienware laptop yesterday. Can't see a mark on it. It's what I would expect to get if it was brand new!
@rog I used the code for XPS a couple of days ago and it worked no problem. £1100 for a pretty much maxed out xps 15 (but with the FHD screen), seems like a good deal! Hopefully the QC won't turn out to be a problem..
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Dell PowerEdge T20 Xeon E3-1225V3 3.2 GHz 4GB RAM 1TB HDD Tower Server - £216.58 @ Serversdirect

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I'm looking for a server that is cheap but can also run EsXi 6.5 Any suggestions peeps?
hi all im just looking in to building a unraid server... i was looking at basing it around a node 304 with a used Haswell i5 (exact one tba)

does anyone have a link to an alternative premade server what i should consider?
Am hoping for a TS150 deal sometime this summer.

Ha ha (_;) - given up on that so bought a used Dell T110ii like this

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-PowerEdge-T110-II-Server-Quad-Core-Xeon-16GB-RAM-SBS-2011-CoA-/122498171258
Am hoping for a TS150 deal sometime this summer.
powerbrick
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Ian2014
Just wait for another cashback on this. £220 after cashback INCLUDING VAT in December.
No update to headline that this is £260+ including VAT
Or a Dell T110ii, 16Gb, 2Gb disks from eBay for £110
Where?
R710 is miles better, quad gigabit nic, Perc 6 raid, dual power supplies, remote managment card.
Only if you need it, otherwise it's just wasting electricity. I'm fairly confident, most people on HUKD don't have a wired network capable of utilising twin network ports, let alone quad.
mike
??? Everybody should have the own little homelab :D


I wrongly assume everyone has full gigabit, POE and storage sans but alas :D
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Dell Inspiron 13 5000 i7, 16GB ram, 512GB SSD £949.00 (£799 after cashback) @ Dell

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c'mon ppl, be nice enough to share some links to a better deal for a small high spec touch screen 2in1...

Edited By: muise on May 17, 2017 08:14: typo
Can it drive 4k external screen at 60hz? I guess no...

Edited By: bnwubnfguisr on May 16, 2017 20:58
The link you put doesn't work (Well for me it doesn't) maybe that's why it's cold?
OK, I get that it is cold but can someone point me to a better portable laptop/tablet for £800 or less? I need to buy one but everything I post gets voted cold.... must be 13" or smaller and have touchscreen...
Is this the 5000 with the screen that commentators have suggested has a poor screen?
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why would we be dell employees
how many of you in this thread are Dell employees lmao
cracking piece of kit
i also had one dead pixel on mine. (i assume its a dead pixel - you cant see it on light colour screens but can see it on blacks and blues etc)
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DELL INSPIRON Gaming 7567 with 4K IPS Panel £1,149.00 @ Dell

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The reason why you want the 4k display on the Dell's is because their 1080p screens are terrible TN panels.

They replaced the TN panel with an IPS panel on the newer Gaming 7567 machines.

Regards
Flea
Got this from outlet for 825 with 15% nus discount. Very pleased. As above worth getting outlet stuff instead. Mine had full packing and protective stickers. Likely cancelled ordet
better off with the refurb alienware with the 1070
The reason why you want the 4k display on the Dell's is because their 1080p screens are terrible TN panels.
These are actually pretty decent gaming machines, LinusTechTips review here (i5 version). And they constantly make the top 5 budget gaming laptops in reviews.

Best under $1000 gaming laptop review.

Although I personally would not go for the 4k setup for gaming, I would go for the 1080p for £948.99. The main difference is that the £948.99 one doesn't have a 4k screen (you will not be gaming at that resolution on a 1050Ti so its really a waste on a gaming machine, also using a laptop with a 4k screen significantly lowers your battery life over a 1080p panel). Onto the storage, the cheaper option comes with a 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD, which is much more usable for large game installations than a single 512GB SSD.

Regards
Flea

Edited By: Fleabum on May 15, 2017 14:55: Added comparison review
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Seems like a good deal. The main(only) issue with this laptop is the display which a lot of people say is poor, though for £1150 you can get the 4k IPS Panel is said to be great. use code SAVE50UK
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I bought this a couple of month ago for £940 and took it back after 3 days due to issues.

Its since been available for less then £900 via Dell with their stackable codes
Itsabargain69
people complained about the screen and I've got one and don't think it's too bad. however feel announced new ones will come with a better quality ips screen. make sure you confirm before buying though

Thanks for the info as I'd missed the announcement. As far as I can tell, Dell are only offering the 1080p IPS screen upgrade (for $US 50) in the US so far. Hopefully we will get this coming to the UK shortly.

In retrospect, I bet Dell wished they had offered the 1080p IPS upgrade from the outset. The 4K IPS upgrade never made any sense with the 1050 GPU and universally bad reviews of the standard 1080p TN have probably put some people off buying Dell machines for life (although in fairness, others have done the same).
Itsabargain69
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people complained about the screen and I've got one and don't think it's too bad. however feel announced new ones will come with a better quality ips screen. make sure you confirm before buying though
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Great deal thanks OP - purchased a system I had been looking at saving 33% on the new list price.
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Dell Latitude 13 7350 2-in-1 M-5Y10c upto 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb 13.3″ FHD UK Keyboard Win 10Pro 1Yr RTB WTY - £275.94 @ MCS Technology

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Asus arent bad, they commiserated bigly with me online, when the keyboard wouldn't pair (wot a POS that pairing process is, badly explained and badly implemented, keyboard was almost going to be attached to piece of wood and used as hi-tec cricket bat)[/quote]

Ha, the asus bluetooth keyboard. A real pain when re-installing windows as it needs the driver to run it. I had a few problems with my t300chi. Straight out of the box mine wouldn't pair and on the two further times I re-installed windows it wouldn't pair either. I found the best solution was to re-install the driver and go to add a device in settings and then press the power button on the keyboard so windows could find it. Never had a problem with it automatically switching the keyboard on after turning it off and back on again. I didn't like the chi. It was my second detachable and I won't be buying another at any price. It's each to their own obviously but for me and basic surfing android tablets are so much faster to start up and with a simple OS they are very user friendly. I find 360 degree hinge laptop gives better options as it's not only has a laptop function, tablet too, which to me is pretty pointless in windows, but with the added feature of having the screen at any angle.


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polarbaba
thier stock come in frequently.. check it.on a daily basis,also can email them to ask when they are.next getting your particular item back in stock.

Just checked and it looks to be back in stock.
I would go (in future) for a larger screen 35cms and a better processor, but the lite weight is great, the macsbooks look good, but they are apple, and +++bux .
Asus arent bad, they commiserated bigly with me online, when the keyboard wouldn't pair (wot a POS that pairing process is, badly explained and badly implemented, keyboard was almost going to be attached to piece of wood and used as hi-tec cricket bat)
thier stock come in frequently.. check it.on a daily basis,also can email them to ask when they are.next getting your particular item back in stock.
OOS
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DELL Inspiron 17 - 7779 2-in-1 (Outlet) Reconditioned £739.90

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My 'scratch and a dent' laptop arrived on Thursday this week and it was in mint condition! Definitely a bargain
I just want to second (third?) Positive comments on Dell outlet. Bought a 'scratch and dent' XPS 13 in April for 350 less than retail and it doesn't have a single blemish.
Itsabargain69
good deal but if your a student or have access to a educational institutional email address you get 15% off . I bagged a Dell inspiron 7567 for £639 refurbished which was a great price
Good for you.
From what I can tell when I was looking for mine they seem to refresh between 3-5pm.

Stock jumps in and out as people add them to basket, but don't check out
cutthroat_jake
OOS now
yeah they come in and out of stock a few times a day, this i think is a fairly standard price for it though

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UPDATE. The same model (but with a fingerprint reader) can now be had for £1,121.26.
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I got my XPS 9550 last year, it has an i7 6700HQ, 4K touchscreen, 32Gb Ram, 1TB M2 SSD, all for £1100 brand new. The difference between the 9550 and 9560 is so small it's not worth the extra. Save yourself the extra money and find yourself a 9550 on eBay, mine was brand new from Dell Outlet...

The GTX 1050 in 9560 is up to 50% faster than the GTX 960M in 9550, not a minor performance gap by any means if you do anything GPU intensive.
I got my XPS 9550 last year, it has an i7 6700HQ, 4K touchscreen, 32Gb Ram, 1TB M2 SSD, all for £1100 brand new. The difference between the 9550 and 9560 is so small it's not worth the extra. Save yourself the extra money and find yourself a 9550 on eBay, mine was brand new from Dell Outlet...
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I have been keeping an eye on the dell outlet xps systems and this is the regular price you expect to pay for this config on 9560 non 4k display. Today they only have 10% but they regularly do 15% and sometimes 20% all systems like they did on the bank holiday weekend.
I think I'm unlucky when it comes to Dell Outlet because every time I saw discount higher than 10% the systems available were not great (old, overpriced, etc.)
Yeah when there is a site wide discount you have to be quick when inventory is updated. Although price you got for is about right for 9560. I got a 9550 with 32GB ram and 1tb ssd with 4k screen for around £1300 with 15% off. Which is again a usual price when system is available.

Yep I got a 9560 with the same specs as you for £1500
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DeeJayx
Picked up the 13 inch version after looking at it for a few months. Wish it had the OLED display, but great price for the size and specs
Why is this so cold I haven't seen the same specs in the size for anywhere near £1000

People see Alienware and vote down
And they also see a laptop over £300 and vote down
Picked up the 13 inch version after looking at it for a few months. Wish it had the OLED display, but great price for the size and specs

Why is this so cold I haven't seen the same specs in the size for anywhere near £1000

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googleboogle
Not much in it between the 15 and 17. The size and weight is minimal.
The gtx 1080 is only on the 17.
I am not a lover of the 4K uhd screens. And the 1080 still isn't perfect at 4K
So my perfect match is a 1070/1080 with a 1440 screen for future proofing.

Absolutely agree with you on the pairing - the 1080 struggles with 4k as it is, and will only get worse over time. QHD gives a bunch of headroom with 1070/1080, and gsync is so good!

When so many people get so excited by reductions in weight of fractions of a kilo, I'd say the 17 weighing a kilo more than the 15 is pretty substantial though :)

Edited By: henn on May 01, 2017 20:17: duplicate partial sentence either side of a quote
Nice find op, heat added.

How is the thermal cooling on the AW 15? My recent AW 17 had to go back for full refund from the outlet after 6 months because of excessive heat which basically killed the GPU. After many repairs of GPU and mobo's, I was offered the full refund which was fortunate. Great laptop and would like something to replace it - this seems a good price.
Not much in it between the 15 and 17. The size and weight is minimal.

The gtx 1080 is only on the 17.

I am not a lover of the 4K uhd screens. And the 1080 still isn't perfect at 4K

So my perfect match is a 1070/1080 with a 1440 screen for future proofing.
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Is it possible to get emails about dell outlet sales/discounts?
Follow them on Twitter and you'll get notifications when they tweet about their discounts :)
Is it possible to get emails about dell outlet sales/discounts?
Looks like the 9560's have sold out (didn't get one).
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I was talking to dell through their chat and asked about the screen, the guy told me that they now come with ips screens if anyone is interested, he wouldn't lie to me I don't think.
The US version now have an optional $50 upgrade to IPS screen, hopefully UK will have this option soon.
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I bought this on the Dell Outlet refurbished for £630 after student discount of 15%. couldn't believe my luck. It's been delivered and it's in perfect condition. I knew about the screen beforehand but it was still a good price and the screens not that bad in all honesty it's just an average screen but I am going to replace the screen for around £40 to an ips display and there are many videos on YouTube showing how to do this and doesn't take more than 15 mins


are you sure for £40?...tempted. please keep up updated how it goes. Cheers
I bought this on the Dell Outlet refurbished for £630 after student discount of 15%. couldn't believe my luck. It's been delivered and it's in perfect condition. I knew about the screen beforehand but it was still a good price and the screens not that bad in all honesty it's just an average screen but I am going to replace the screen for around £40 to an ips display and there are many videos on YouTube showing how to do this and doesn't take more than 15 mins
can you still get the elite controllers with the omen ?
*just seen expired on the 17th

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Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7 7700hq, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti, 15.6" 4k IPS Screen, Black - £1,034.99 @ John Lewis

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Bit too much for me. The HP OMEN 15 1050ti at £900 looks best buy but heard mixed reviews on HP quality. The more im waiting the more i wanna grab a Alienware though.
dokez777
Thanks dude but OOS now. Shame.
keep an eye on dell outlet. got my alienware for £1250, 1070gfx 6700hq 120hz screen. great machine.
Thanks dude but OOS now. Shame.
dokez777
Is this a good buy? I can get 12% off this price being a worker at JL.
Looking for a gaming laptop this month.

If you can get this with your discount bringing it down to £900ish, it's a good buy. The 1050Ti is a pretty reasonable GPU and will play all modern games at 1080P with decent frame rates, and with all the other components, it's a good all-round laptop. I'm tempted but just spent the same again on Dell outlet for an aurora R5 desktop which I'm loving thus far.
Is this a good buy? I can get 12% off this price being a worker at JL.
Looking for a gaming laptop this month.
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Dell Insprion 15 5567 £599.01 @ Dell 256GB SSD i7 16GB DDR4 AMD R7 M445

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Screen has terrible viewing angles. Worst I've ever had but replacements are under 50 quid. Comes with program to make it better but presets appear to tinge screen yellow or red or white.
Could just be mine though but I have heard about a lot if complaints on recent dell models. Are they tn's?
Just sit with your laptop straight on and not at an angle?

Wasn't notified of your comment so sorry for delay.

Yep, basically. But for image editing or watching a movie in bed with two people(at different heights), can be a bit annoying. Or if I'm moving around in my room for whatever reason. By no means a deal breaker given the price of a replacement screen.
Just went to order it and the auto applied discount has disappeared. It's now 699 with the discount.

Edited By: GK1020 on May 03, 2017 23:56: Clarification
moreteavicar

So all in all recommended?

Yup can't really fault it. Discount code ends today so get it now if you want it.
jsalmond87
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jsalmond87
moreteavicar
This is pretty much the perfect spec laptop for me but what people have said about the screen puts me off, is it really that bad?
I have one arriving Tuesday. Will report back as soon as I can with info.
Thanks that would be great.
Been setting it up this morning and the screen is fine. Completely usable. It could be better from some angles but you can just tilt the screen and bring it back into range.

So all in all recommended?
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jsalmond87
moreteavicar
This is pretty much the perfect spec laptop for me but what people have said about the screen puts me off, is it really that bad?
I have one arriving Tuesday. Will report back as soon as I can with info.
Thanks that would be great.

Been setting it up this morning and the screen is fine. Completely usable. It could be better from some angles but you can just tilt the screen and bring it back into range.

Edited By: jsalmond87 on May 02, 2017 14:58: Typo
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Stacking no longer working
Stacking doesn't seem to work for me (looking at the XPS 13). Did anyone else have any luck?
Note that a couple of weeks ago they put the XPS price up I think.

Previously I believe they were doing the UHD screen option with 16gb etc for £1600, then discounting that.

Now it's the 1080p screen at that price and £200 more for the UHD touch screen.

With the SAVE12 it still comes out at a bit more expensive than a scratch and dent from the outlet - about the same as a 'Certified refurbished' I think

I've got the UHD touch on my 9530 and it is really nice in darker areas, but will go for the 1080p next; for battery life and for the matt screen for use in brighter environments.

Generally pleased with the physical build quality of my XPS by the way.
Great specs but why are Dell laptops so ugly? Anyway. Anyone know if build quality is any good with Dell now? I've read a lot of negative reviews about build issues.
Thank you very much for the Dell voucher codes. Managed to save £207 on a dell 17 7000 2 in 1. Can't wait for delivery
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Dell Outlet - Inspiron 15 - 5567 Intel i5 core FHD laptop £372.34 AFTER 15% Discount

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teggs
I'm really tempted by this but worried it's gonna turn up dented all over
I can let you know once mine arrives (will be delivered by next Wednesday) but from all I've heard it should be fine. Well, I hope it will be. Lot of people praise the Dell Outlet and claim that "scratch and dent" products are in a really great condition.
Have you recieved it? What is the verdict?

Delivered today. There is no mark of usage on it and seems bigger than I thought it's going to be. Mainly because of the numlock however the weight is not that bad. From visual point of view I think it's a solid win. I haven't tested performance yet but system in overall works really smooth.
Boulettes
kyle1234c
brilly
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I ordered one from the previous deal but it hasn't been delivered so I cancelled it and ordered an i7-7500u, 256ggb SSD, 4gb graphics, 8gig ram and full HD for £413 delivered. Seems like a lot of spec for the money.
Where is this?
on outlet as per one in op, just depends on the days availability
keep looking
Yeh they come and go. That was with a 15% off code as well and I wouldn't get too excited about the 4gb graphics, but given the expense of things like ssd drives at the moment an utter bargain I think. Mines coming tomorrow. I don't care about scratch or dent either, its just a utility item that will die and be worthless in several years. Performance and warranty are more important than looks!

So how does it look? Just wonder how bad the cosmetics are. Thanks


I postponed the delivery because they were unable to deliver it before my holiday. It's expected to come on 12th May but it seems that others have been lucky with theirs.
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I ordered one from the previous deal but it hasn't been delivered so I cancelled it and ordered an i7-7500u, 256ggb SSD, 4gb graphics, 8gig ram and full HD for £413 delivered. Seems like a lot of spec for the money.
Where is this?
on outlet as per one in op, just depends on the days availability
keep looking
Yeh they come and go. That was with a 15% off code as well and I wouldn't get too excited about the 4gb graphics, but given the expense of things like ssd drives at the moment an utter bargain I think. Mines coming tomorrow. I don't care about scratch or dent either, its just a utility item that will die and be worthless in several years. Performance and warranty are more important than looks!
So how does it look? Just wonder how bad the cosmetics are. Thanks

Yes I have received it. It is a white laptop. I can see literally the tiniest mark on one corner. Its so small that to be honest I wouldn't return it if I had bought it brand new. But then I'm not particularly **** about these things...

Other than that it seems like a nice laptop. A plastic but sturdy build. Keyboard seems nice with little flex. I prefer a mouse pad with two separate buttons but that just requires me to get used to it. And of course the spec means it boots and loads nicely.

The only thing which I would say is not great is the screen. For some reason the whites on it don't seem that good, for example when on google. However, the cursor is a bright white and it doesn't seem to effect videos etc so its not an issues and I'm wondering if it is a purposeful thing to improve contrast? Anyone else have any views on this?

But yes, it will do me for a few years and very happy for the price!
Mine has 2 fairly long scratches on the back but apart from that is mint.
Code : FabFriday brings this down to £350 !
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I haven't noticed that, but the sound from the speakers is far from good - absolutely no base.
Mine has about 3 or 4 very fine scratches on the lid, I only noticed on the 2nd day in the bright sunlight.
The screen is dark and only possible to see anything if you're right in front of it. For this money I will keep it, but anything more and I would be returning it. Maybe that's why there are so many returns and outlet is full of them.
Anyone else who has received theirs have a click/pop sound from the left speaker just before a sound plays?
Turned up today, looks brand new.
Was just told estimated delivery was just that and that there's been a delay. Pretty hopeless when it comes to explaining why though. It has been shipped this afternoon but no idea when it will arrive.
Spies
Still not shipped :(


give them a call.
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It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.
There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.
These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.
Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg
To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.
You have been warned :p
Don't start, especially not at this time of day :p.
My old 9530 from the outlet has now had 6 mobo replaced and basically everything else over a 2.5 year stretch except for CPU, ssd and battery.
The latest engineer said that if you have 3 repairs within a month, you can demand a full refund as long as you're in warranty which I intend to do. The laptop is basically a dud. I told the engineer they've probably spent more on the laptop than I initially did just on parts. If you get one that goes faulty, it can be a difficult experience. I guess the one good thing about Dell is you can extend the warranty which has been a godsend for me, otherwise.

I got my 9530 upgraded to a 9550 so go for it, waste no time hounding them!
GoNz017
Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.
There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.
These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.
Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg
To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.
You have been warned :p

Don't start, especially not at this time of day :p.

My old 9530 from the outlet has now had 6 mobo replaced and basically everything else over a 2.5 year stretch except for CPU, ssd and battery.

The latest engineer said that if you have 3 repairs within a month, you can demand a full refund as long as you're in warranty which I intend to do. The laptop is basically a dud. I told the engineer they've probably spent more on the laptop than I initially did just on parts. If you get one that goes faulty, it can be a difficult experience. I guess the one good thing about Dell is you can extend the warranty which has been a godsend for me, otherwise.
where does it state 3 years warranty?
Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.

There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.

These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.

Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530
http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg

To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.

You have been warned :p
Marekj

These are beautifully made, btw.

You should pop over to the owners forums as you would be shocked by the lack of build quality, I quoted it as the QC department were blind and wearing mittens.
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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming i7, 256GB SSD, 16GB Ram, 1050TI £899.10 @ Dell

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Heat added. Great price for a laptop of this spec.


If you have an external monitor then yeah I guess, in this day and age and this price you'd expect at least a half a decent screen, not a crappy TN
Heat added. Great price for a laptop of this spec.
Joe90_guy
No-one would accept a old TN screen, even a 1080p one, on their phone these days; it would have to be IPS or better. So why would Dell think people looking for a quite pricy gaming laptop would accept this backward step?
It would be interesting to see the sales figures for these Inspiron 7000 laptops. My guess is the general public are voting with their wallets and avoiding them like the plague!
I guess they hope people buy purely based on the spec of the machine and resolution rather than the actual quality of the screen. So many laptops (not just Dell) have awful washed out screens these days, my HP Probook 650 is terrible and that's not a budget model.
No-one would accept a old TN screen, even a 1080p one, on their phone these days; it would have to be IPS or better. So why would Dell think people looking for a quite pricy gaming laptop would accept this backward step?

It would be interesting to see the sales figures for these Inspiron 7000 laptops. My guess is the general public are voting with their wallets and avoiding them like the plague!
Shakeyyy
Why are laptops so expensive at the moment with crappy screens?

Honestly, if you're not doing colour oriented work like Photoshop etc then the screen will get you by in gaming and most other applications imo. However I've saying this from the 7559 so i don't know how bad this model is but i would assume Dell use the screens from last year
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Dell Inspiron 15 5000 2 in 1 Touchscreen, i7 7500U, 16GB Ram, 512GB SSD £779.00 - Dell

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Coming to 696 for me after using save12 and GJ7$8DW5?37HL$
Spod
4.2% cash back on Dull at TopCashBack at the moment so that brings the total just below £350.



dont count on it, bought £3k from Dell in December, they messed up the order, charged me twice. had to fight to get my money back and then to top it off cash back was not honoured - no reason given - wouldn't buy from Dell direct again
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The Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 and the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 are also the same price. Tempted by the 7000, looks like it has the body of the XPS 15 with the tiny bezels, also has a GPU
Can you please post the link for the Dell Inspiron 15 7000. Thank you
here you go mate: dell.com/uk/p/inspiron-15-7560-laptop/pd?oc=cn75601&model_id=inspiron-15-7560-laptop
Thank you
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its expired thats why
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I see £799 :{
i see base model 699 and this model 879 via deal link
unsure about codes or other links!
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Who?
I bought this laptop from dell outlet and the fan made a rattling / buzzing noise.
Sent the laptop back as it was doing my head in and I assumed this was a defect. Could anyone who owns this laptop confirm this was the case?
As I quite liked the laptop and wouldn't mind purchasing again if the fan worked correctly.
Thanks.
must have got one with a HDD? My SSD is completely silent.
It was an SSD and silent at startup. After warming up the fan would buzz/rattle.
Insanely annoying and such a shame. Would you say it's silent even under heavy load?
Definitely should not rattle, don't notice anything myself.
Ram is upgradeable to 32gb on the i5 and above
Thanks.
Bought one yesterday. Touch screen doesn't work at all. Taking back for a refund
Jocky1
Hi Brilly. Yes followed a load of threads on line. Found more and trying again today
bit odd - should come enabled ofc so shouldn't have to do any fiddling
why not ask for an exchange as sounds faulty really
Hi Brilly. Yes followed a load of threads on line. Found more and trying again today
Who?
dealornodeal977
Who?
I bought this laptop from dell outlet and the fan made a rattling / buzzing noise.
Sent the laptop back as it was doing my head in and I assumed this was a defect. Could anyone who owns this laptop confirm this was the case?
As I quite liked the laptop and wouldn't mind purchasing again if the fan worked correctly.
Thanks.
must have got one with a HDD? My SSD is completely silent.
It was an SSD and silent at startup. After warming up the fan would buzz/rattle.
Insanely annoying and such a shame. Would you say it's silent even under heavy load?

Definitely should not rattle, don't notice anything myself.

Ram is upgradeable to 32gb on the i5 and above
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OOS now.
The Hi13 has a much weaker CPU. Is there a model of the XPS with 8GB of RAM for slightly more money?
Is someone is after a budget alternative (£285), this doesn't look too bad:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWzdujsmbxo
Hi,
After some advice if you could spare a minute. I am going travelling and want something portable and easy to use in small spaces e.g. On planes but can also be used for basic laptop functions. I am currently considering either a 2in1 like above or getting a tablet and adding a keyboard.
My main uses will be; watching movies, using the internet and storing photos/videos. I am happy to get an external hard drive to use for most storage but want something that I could connect camera and hard drive to so I can do a photo dump every now and then. Other then that it doesn't need to be overly fast or fancy as I don't use large graphic software etc.

Been searching a while now so any ideas would be appreciated. Budget is £500 max soca bit limiting. Alternatively would look at small sized laptops up to 13"
Anyone had to return an item to this company before? I'm tempted to get one of the refurb XPS 12's but in case I'm not happy with the condition or its performance I want to be able to return it, they've come back to me saying "Goods must be returned in original as sent condition."
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