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Dell 8300 XPS - £953.10 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Dell
Dell 8300 XPS - £953.10 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Dell

Dell 8300 XPS - £953.10 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Dell

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Hot Deal from DELL

8300 XPS -£189
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code
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5% off all Studio, Inspiron & XPS orders over £749 with Intel® Core + 10% cashback
or
10% off all Studio, Inspiron & XPS orders over £899 with Intel® Core + 10% cashback

example configuration

PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ i7-2600 Processor (3.40GHz, 8MB) edit
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
OFFICE SOFTWARE Microsoft® Office Starter 2010 (Word Starter, Excel Starter)
MEMORY 6144MB Dual Channel DDR3 1333MHz [2x2048 + 2x1024] Memory
HARD DRIVE 1TB Serial ATA (7,200 rpm) edit
GRAPHICS CARD 1GB ATI® Radeon™ HD 5770 graphics card edit

plus !!!

Dell ST2220T UK/Irish 21.5-inch Multi-Touch Full HD Widescreen Flat Panel

price:
Total
£1,248.00
- £189.00
Get 10% off!
Sub-total £953.10
(10% quidco £857)

savings nearly £400

dell.com/uk/…spx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&s=dhs&~ck=mn

14 Comments

link does not work

post actual price in title, not money off!

Original Poster

Edited by: "crosswski" 17th Mar 2011

Original Poster

millsey2010

post actual price in title, not money off!


the price depend of your configuration may vary

should use a 'from' price i.e. the lowest spec (which is still powerful),

£721 + 10% quidco, so £648.90 including the cashback, not a bad price for an XPS. Using an older model at the moment, still going strong!

Original Poster

Kirajai

should use a 'from' price i.e. the lowest spec (which is still powerful), … should use a 'from' price i.e. the lowest spec (which is still powerful), £721 + 10% quidco, so £648.90 including the cashback, not a bad price for an XPS. Using an older model at the moment, still going strong!



I stated configuration I consider to buy and I think the price is fantastic I need only to convince my woman that 4 years for a computer is enough to replace it and it has to be touchscreen

Edited by: "crosswski" 17th Mar 2011

Had my Mesh for over 10 years and still going strong... Ish! A bit noisy and had to get a new PSU so it's me that I have to convince. Heheh!

for this money you are better off getting a bare bones system from eg novatech and adding a graphics card, hard disk, optical drive, os eg windows 7 yourself.......will work out cheaper with better parts and importantly upgradeable

Crosswski has posted a means of saving money and I am thankful for that. Not that it will count for much versus the votes of people who comment how things "should" be done, but I am giving heat

Regardless of value for money I can say that the Dell XPS range are decent PC's.

I bought a XPS 8100 about 9 months ago and it's a cracking good system.

crosswski

I stated configuration I consider to buy and I think the price is … I stated configuration I consider to buy and I think the price is fantastic I need only to convince my woman that 4 years for a computer is enough to replace it



As it seems you'd priced one configuration, where this discount applied, then it would have been a clear way to have shown an example spec/price, including the discount, if you'd simply included these details. You've been a member for a fair amount of time and I'm fairly sure you realise that deals are typically posted with a price: for pcs, these invariably include either a basic/standard configuration or a specified configuration that is highlighted and priced. This deal has been voted cold, and some of this may well be due to the unclear manner in which it has been posted: this is a shame, as it seems to be an offer that does have merit.
Edited by: "equalityforall" 18th Mar 2011

ThunderBolt

Had my Mesh for over 10 years and still going strong... Ish! A bit noisy … Had my Mesh for over 10 years and still going strong... Ish! A bit noisy and had to get a new PSU so it's me that I have to convince. Heheh!



My Mesh is noisy too, and got noisier after they went in to service something a few months in. If this sees out the next 4 years to get to a decade I'll be astounded!

Original Poster

As it seems you'd priced one configuration, where this discount applied, … As it seems you'd priced one configuration, where this discount applied, then it would have been a clear way to have shown an example spec/price, including the discount, if you'd simply included these details. You've been a member for a fair amount of time and I'm fairly sure you realise that deals are typically posted with a price: for pcs, these invariably include either a basic/standard configuration or a specified configuration that is highlighted and priced. This deal has been voted cold, and some of this may well be due to the unclear manner in which it has been posted: this is a shame, as it seems to be an offer that does have merit.



it's nice when your deal get HOT but for me more important is to share information and I believe there are people who will take advantage of my post, well but if some people are voting after 3 second look at the post that their problem not mine

Edited by: "crosswski" 18th Mar 2011

Got excited there, thought that it was an xps8300 for £189. The title really needs changed!
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