Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2 in 1 - 8th gen i5(8250) - 8GB RAM - 256Gb SSD - 13.3 FHD touch screen - windows 10 - £599 with code @ Dell
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Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2 in 1 - 8th gen i5(8250) - 8GB RAM - 256Gb SSD - 13.3 FHD touch screen - windows 10 - £599 with code @ Dell

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Found 27th Nov 2017
On the Doorbuster deals. Limited quantities.

Use code DB13SAVE150 to get this price.

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Tech Specs & Customization Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 - DOORBUSTER PRICE £599
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Processor
8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor (6MB Cache, up to 3.4 GHz)
Operating Systems
Windows 10 Home 64-bit English
Display
13.3-inch FHD (1920x1080) IPS Truelife LED-Backlit Touch Display with Wide Viewing Angles-IR Camera
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8GB, DDR4, 2400MHz
Hard Drive
256GB Solid State Drive
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    link doesn't work for me.
    Original Poster
    Need to go to dell / deals / cyber Monday doorbuster.
    Sorry, not easy to post great on my phone.
    Decent price for an 8th gen, high spec 2-in1.
    Really good deal only let down is the storage.
    hill_Billy19 m ago

    Really good deal only let down is the storage.


    Eh? Seems standard for SSD especially at this price. You must be confusing it with a a normal drive.

    Heat added, excellent find compared to what's out there for Cyber Monday.
    Reviews aren't too great though, sadly.
    Good find. Since when were reviews fully reliable
    DocRobotnik47 m ago

    Reviews aren't too great though, sadly.



    Not sure what reviews you've read, but ones I read were largely positive.

    I bought this same model a few weeks back after doing a lot of research and waiting for a deal I was happy with. The backlit (yay) keyboard is a bit light to the touch and took a little getting used to but other than that I am very happy with it. It feels like a quality product physically.

    When looking at reviews you have to make sure it's the exact same model and spec, not one from a few years back. I read a fair bit about the screen being poor and ghosting - so I nipped in to PC World a couple of times before buying from Dell to check it out and compare. I saw no such problems and in fact the screen on the 13" Inspiron was superior to similarly priced Lenovos and ASUS models (which I was also looking at).

    There is also a HUGE difference between the 13" and 15" Inspirons. The 13" are very sturdy with a good screen (default setting is a bit dull for my liking, but that's what brightness controls are for). The 15" are plasticy with a very poor screen. This tends to go for a lot of this mid-priced 13/15" models - All the Lenovos, HPs, ASUS etc I looked at - the 13" models were sturdier and better built.

    I suggest anyone (for any laptop brand they're interested in) to see for themselves and not rely solely on reviews. I would've gone for a Lenovo if I'd done that, and after seeing them they went straight off my shortlist.
    well, i´m hoping its a good deal, as i´ve just ordered one for my wife. TBH i couldnt find anything else specs-wise for that price
    Now
    CarlottaMonroe1 h, 41 m ago

    Not sure what reviews you've read, but ones I read were largely positive.I …Not sure what reviews you've read, but ones I read were largely positive.I bought this same model a few weeks back after doing a lot of research and waiting for a deal I was happy with. The backlit (yay) keyboard is a bit light to the touch and took a little getting used to but other than that I am very happy with it. It feels like a quality product physically.When looking at reviews you have to make sure it's the exact same model and spec, not one from a few years back. I read a fair bit about the screen being poor and ghosting - so I nipped in to PC World a couple of times before buying from Dell to check it out and compare. I saw no such problems and in fact the screen on the 13" Inspiron was superior to similarly priced Lenovos and ASUS models (which I was also looking at). There is also a HUGE difference between the 13" and 15" Inspirons. The 13" are very sturdy with a good screen (default setting is a bit dull for my liking, but that's what brightness controls are for). The 15" are plasticy with a very poor screen. This tends to go for a lot of this mid-priced 13/15" models - All the Lenovos, HPs, ASUS etc I looked at - the 13" models were sturdier and better built.I suggest anyone (for any laptop brand they're interested in) to see for themselves and not rely solely on reviews. I would've gone for a Lenovo if I'd done that, and after seeing them they went straight off my shortlist.


    Now that's what you call a proper review
    I can't find it. The only one I see is 999. Has the price changed or am I missing it? Could someone guide me to it please? Thanks

    -- Oh, its ok. I found it. It's sold out
    Edited by: "zoggomomma" 27th Nov 2017
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    sosos11 h, 21 m ago

    Now Now that's what you call a proper review


    You’re not wrong - that’s a great review...glad I bought it now.
    But all gone so gonna expire it.
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    CarlottaMonroe13 h, 10 m ago

    Not sure what reviews you've read, but ones I read were largely positive.I …Not sure what reviews you've read, but ones I read were largely positive.I bought this same model a few weeks back after doing a lot of research and waiting for a deal I was happy with. The backlit (yay) keyboard is a bit light to the touch and took a little getting used to but other than that I am very happy with it. It feels like a quality product physically.When looking at reviews you have to make sure it's the exact same model and spec, not one from a few years back. I read a fair bit about the screen being poor and ghosting - so I nipped in to PC World a couple of times before buying from Dell to check it out and compare. I saw no such problems and in fact the screen on the 13" Inspiron was superior to similarly priced Lenovos and ASUS models (which I was also looking at). There is also a HUGE difference between the 13" and 15" Inspirons. The 13" are very sturdy with a good screen (default setting is a bit dull for my liking, but that's what brightness controls are for). The 15" are plasticy with a very poor screen. This tends to go for a lot of this mid-priced 13/15" models - All the Lenovos, HPs, ASUS etc I looked at - the 13" models were sturdier and better built.I suggest anyone (for any laptop brand they're interested in) to see for themselves and not rely solely on reviews. I would've gone for a Lenovo if I'd done that, and after seeing them they went straight off my shortlist.


    Thanks for taking the time to give an unbiased review.
    Is this available anywhere else for a similar price?
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