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Dell 17.3" inspiron 1764 laptop i3 330m hdmi Windows 7 Home edition £448.99 or less if using code +quidco
Dell 17.3" inspiron 1764 laptop i3 330m hdmi Windows 7 Home edition £448.99 or less if using code +quidco

Dell 17.3" inspiron 1764 laptop i3 330m hdmi Windows 7 Home edition £448.99 or less if using code +quidco

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The best model for the money is this one:
www1.euro.dell.com/con…dhs.

Sorry came up as dell outlet deal but it's actually from dell brand new so you also get quidco (should track at 5%)

5% off code ZC531$L2C$LJCF only if over £749, but for 3% off go to hotukdeals.com/ite…nt-.

Using the epp link comes down to £437 and after quidco cashback (which should be about £17) comes down to £420.

Obviously pay more if you need extra but this seems best value with hdmi, integrated camera and i3 core. Also this laptop has a 17.3" wled high definition screen (1600x900 resolution)



Obsidian Black
PROCESSOR Intel® Core i3-330M (2.13Ghz, 4Threads, 3M cache)
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
OFFICE SOFTWARE Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
SERVICES AND SUPPORT 1 year of coverage included with your PC
SECURITY SOFTWARE McAfee® Security Centre 15-month subscription
ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE SUPPORT No Accidental Damage Support
LCD 17.3" WLED High Definition + (1600 x 900) TFT Display with TrueLife MEMORY 3072MB 1067MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM [1x1024 + 1x2048]
HARD DRIVE 250GB (5,400rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive
GRAPHICS CARD Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator HD
OPTICAL DRIVE DVD +/- RW Drive (read/write CD & DVD)
PRIMARY BATTERY Primary 6-cell 48 WHr Lithium Ion battery
WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY Dell Wireless 1397 Mini Card (802.11 b/g)
WEBCAM 1.3 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera

12 Comments

No point buying a powerful system which does not have a graphics card.

That is why this is relatively inexpensive

Original Poster

Davidben83;7784648

No point buying a powerful system which does not have a graphics card. … No point buying a powerful system which does not have a graphics card. That is why this is relatively inexpensive



Isn't this a graphics card: Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator HD ?

Yes,

What I meant (sorry) is dedicated graphics card. Accelerators just are not as good

Original Poster

Davidben83;7785294

Yes, What I meant (sorry) is dedicated graphics card. Accelerators just … Yes, What I meant (sorry) is dedicated graphics card. Accelerators just are not as good



Ok, thanks I see your point, but if you are not a gamer or architect don't you think this is still good value?

I had a web chat with a guy at Dell last week. I asked him what are the comparable speeds of the 'i' processors. He said the i3 is the equivalent to a dual core and that an i5 is the equivalent to a core 2 duo. Might be useful info to someone?

Looking at the comparison performance reviews, the i3 performs better than the core 2 duo.

In the market they have positioned the i3 to be the replacement lower end processor, but performance wise they are obviously newer and significantly quicker than the C2D

Some Core i3 CPUs have a graphics processor built in to them.

Has anyone had the quidco tracked with the EPP discount on as well?

ahleung

iand123;7787684

I had a web chat with a guy at Dell last week. I asked him what are the … I had a web chat with a guy at Dell last week. I asked him what are the comparable speeds of the 'i' processors. He said the i3 is the equivalent to a dual core and that an i5 is the equivalent to a core 2 duo. Might be useful info to someone?



Way off the mark.

An i3 M330 is the equivalent of a C2D T9600 and a i5 M430 will outperform a C2D T9900.

cpubenchmark.net/cpu…php

Guys just to let you know....

Dell pays cashback based on the order value excluding VAT and delivery charges. Dell pays cashback only on transactions purchased through Dell UK. Purchases through Dell Outlet, or the Dell Employee Purchase Plan are NOT eligible for cashback.

ahleung

is this the best option for a Dell laptop at around the £400 mark?

You guys seem to know your stuff.
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