DELL Inspiron 15 5570 15.6" Laptop - Silver - Already down from £699.99, to £599.99, use DELL15 at checkout (Delivery) to get for £509.99 @ Currys
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DELL Inspiron 15 5570 15.6" Laptop - Silver - Already down from £699.99, to £599.99, use DELL15 at checkout (Delivery) to get for £509.99 @ Currys

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Edited by:"IrishMan"Found 27th Nov
  • Windows 10
  • Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor
  • RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD
  • Full HD display

LAST DAY YOU CAN USE THE CODE.

There was none available for delivery for me, so I rang up and asked if they would honor the code in store, I was told Yes, 2 hours, 2 stores, another call and a bit of and argument, and I got it in store for this price - I thought I would have been posting this about 1 1/2 hours ago!

UPDATE: You can also check if the black version is available in your area.

Top comments

ezzer727 m ago

[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the …[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the World...


Your ignorance is hilarious. 8th gen "U" CPUs are hyperthreaded quad cores, similar to the i7-7700HQ. Not only that, but these new "U" models run with the same TDP as the old dual core "U" CPUs, meaning you get a level of performance between an i5 7300HQ and an i7-7700HQ, but with the low power consumption and heat production of a old "U" model. So you're able to have a decently power CPU that doesn't negatively affect battery drain, nor one that produces excessive heat.
Edited by: "hanpan999" 27th Nov

HDD? no thanks !sorry

So there is none available for online order & delivery before midnight tonight, you have to ring your local store and haggle to use the code... and most Curry stores closed about 40 minutes before you posted the deal?

What am I missing here?
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HDD? no thanks !sorry

Original Poster

cullies1 m ago

HDD? no thanks !sorry


Hi, the only thing I didn't like was no SSD, but for the price its great.

This any good ?

cullies3 m ago

HDD? no thanks !sorry


Don't see a problem, £75 for an SSD, Job done. Spec looks good, 1080p screen which is the important thing.

Original Poster

dhanepud1 m ago

This any good ?


Excellent - i5-8250U Processor - absolute bargain!

So there is none available for online order & delivery before midnight tonight, you have to ring your local store and haggle to use the code... and most Curry stores closed about 40 minutes before you posted the deal?

What am I missing here?

50 quid topcashback on this too! Definitely HOT HOT HOT!

It's only a 'U' processor, I think the main thing anyone is getting excited about here is it's an 8XXX, the rest of the laptop is so-so for the price.

Definitely a hot deal. But no graphics chip to use that full hd screen so no gaming or heavy graphical stuff. But for an everyday laptop this is probably peak.

ezzer729 m ago

It's only a 'U' processor, I think the main thing anyone is getting …It's only a 'U' processor, I think the main thing anyone is getting excited about here is it's an 8XXX, the rest of the laptop is so-so for the price.


8th gen U processors are quad-core
Edited by: "Speculator" 27th Nov

Hi can anyone advice me wether this deal or the one below is more suitable for a college student please (or other)

m.johnlewis.com/hp-…=48

tawse5717 m ago

So there is none available for online order & delivery before midnight …So there is none available for online order & delivery before midnight tonight, you have to ring your local store and haggle to use the code... and most Curry stores closed about 40 minutes before you posted the deal?What am I missing here?


I have the same on the white one, but there is a black one the same spec available for me.

Speculator4 m ago

8th gen U processors are quad-core


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There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the World...

Original Poster

Phoebian2 m ago

I have the same on the white one, but there is a black one the same spec …I have the same on the white one, but there is a black one the same spec available for me.


Other colours are available (in some places ;-) )

ezzer723 m ago

[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the …[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the World...


CPU mark 7597 so not bad.

cpubenchmark.net/cpu…GHz

ezzer727 m ago

[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the …[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the World...


Your ignorance is hilarious. 8th gen "U" CPUs are hyperthreaded quad cores, similar to the i7-7700HQ. Not only that, but these new "U" models run with the same TDP as the old dual core "U" CPUs, meaning you get a level of performance between an i5 7300HQ and an i7-7700HQ, but with the low power consumption and heat production of a old "U" model. So you're able to have a decently power CPU that doesn't negatively affect battery drain, nor one that produces excessive heat.
Edited by: "hanpan999" 27th Nov

winchman46 m ago

Don't see a problem, £75 for an SSD, Job done. Spec looks good, 1080p …Don't see a problem, £75 for an SSD, Job done. Spec looks good, 1080p screen which is the important thing.


Did you upgrade the SSD with your Currys order or are you going to do it later? Can’t see the upgrade area

swillisam8 m ago

Did you upgrade the SSD with your Currys order or are you going to do it …Did you upgrade the SSD with your Currys order or are you going to do it later? Can’t see the upgrade area


Fitting yourself.

Original Poster

Just set it up, very pleased with it.

Original Poster

hanpan99930 m ago

Your ignorance is hilarious. 8th gen "U" CPUs are hyperthreaded quad …Your ignorance is hilarious. 8th gen "U" CPUs are hyperthreaded quad cores, similar to the i7-7700HQ. Not only that, but these new "U" models run with the same TDP as the old dual core "U" CPUs, meaning you get a level of performance between an i5 7300HQ and an i7-7700HQ, but with the low power consumption and heat production of a old "U" model. So you're able to have a decently power CPU that doesn't negatively affect battery drain, nor one that produces excessive heat.


Well said sir! Well said! ;-)

IrishMan15 m ago

Well said sir! Well said! ;-)


It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought the HP;

i5-7300HQ 2.5ghz
8gb RAM
1TB HDD
128GB M2 SSD
GTX1050
Full HD
Backlit keyboard
B&O Audio

Through here recently for £499, so hope you are pleased with this more expensive laptop, all because it has an '8th gen' (1.6ghz).

All as I was saying is I don't think this was especially cheap, similar spec with a 7th gen CPU would be £300-£350ish.

I didn't keep it BTW, I use Macs, not a fan of Windows machines.

winchman28 m ago

Fitting yourself.


How do you know whether you can update the HDD to SDD?

Nice spec and great price if you want the latest and greatest. It's not the 256gb SSD/full HD/8GB ram/7th gen CPU bargain lots of people are holding out for though. Nothing over Black Friday/Cyber Monday ticked all the boxes for me, so hopefully something will crop up before Christmas.

hanpan99958 m ago

Your ignorance is hilarious. 8th gen "U" CPUs are hyperthreaded quad …Your ignorance is hilarious. 8th gen "U" CPUs are hyperthreaded quad cores, similar to the i7-7700HQ. Not only that, but these new "U" models run with the same TDP as the old dual core "U" CPUs, meaning you get a level of performance between an i5 7300HQ and an i7-7700HQ, but with the low power consumption and heat production of a old "U" model. So you're able to have a decently power CPU that doesn't negatively affect battery drain, nor one that produces excessive heat.


Yeah but they apparently have very bad single core performance, the HQ isn't as bad on battery and heat as you say though it too can run on a low power mode, personally id still pick a HQ over a U for raw power if nothing else.

Original Poster

ezzer7212 m ago

It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought …It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought the HP;i5-7300HQ 2.5ghz8gb RAM1TB HDD128GB M2 SSDGTX1050Full HDBacklit keyboardB&O AudioThrough here recently for £499, so hope you are pleased with this more expensive laptop, all because it has an '8th gen' (1.6ghz).All as I was saying is I don't think this was especially cheap, similar spec with a 7th gen CPU would be £300-£350ish.I didn't keep it BTW, I use Macs, not a fan of Windows machines.


Would rather agree with the "numbers man" than the court jester :-)

Original Poster

philpw16 m ago

Nice spec and great price if you want the latest and greatest. It's not …Nice spec and great price if you want the latest and greatest. It's not the 256gb SSD/full HD/8GB ram/7th gen CPU bargain lots of people are holding out for though. Nothing over Black Friday/Cyber Monday ticked all the boxes for me, so hopefully something will crop up before Christmas.


Totally agree! - I went for this because it was, in my humble opinion, the best deal I could see/find (for what I wanted) - I just wish it hadn't taken so long to get it sorted as I would have posted it a lot earlier and maybe a few more people could have benefited from the in store deal, if they couldn't get it online.

OOS for delivery.....
Cant use the code in collect and reserve
Edited by: "kirayanmato" 27th Nov

I went curry's today but didn't like anything. In the end built a custom laptop at pc specialist. Comes standard with 3 year warranty and backlit keyboard. They also had a £20 code just for today. I put ssd and could choose the graphics card and cpu etc

ezzer7240 m ago

All as I was saying is I don't think this was especially cheap, similar …All as I was saying is I don't think this was especially cheap, similar spec with a 7th gen CPU would be £300-£350ish.


Links or STFU.

ezzer721 h, 34 m ago

[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the …[Image] There are plenty of not very impressive quad core items in the World...


And anyone who knows anything about Intel CPU's knows that an 8th Gen inter league cpu is not disappointing at all!!

ezzer7246 m ago

It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought …It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought the HP;i5-7300HQ 2.5ghz8gb RAM1TB HDD128GB M2 SSDGTX1050Full HDBacklit keyboardB&O AudioThrough here recently for £499, so hope you are pleased with this more expensive laptop, all because it has an '8th gen' (1.6ghz).All as I was saying is I don't think this was especially cheap, similar spec with a 7th gen CPU would be £300-£350ish.I didn't keep it BTW, I use Macs, not a fan of Windows machines.


And just because you managed to get that one off deal that invalidates any deal in the future because you're going to dredge up your historic deal?

Unless it's currently available it's history and means nothing. Fact is there's NOTHING in this price bracket can touch an 8th Gen CPU, nothing and I'd go so far as to say the 8250u blows the 7300HQ out of the water AND it's more power efficient too.

You can also get it on the dell website for £503 with 'Save15' , and it comes with a CD Drive. Under the Cyber Monday Deals

swillisam47 m ago

How do you know whether you can update the HDD to SDD?


As long as you can get to the drive, you can.

ezzer7252 m ago

It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought …It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought the HP;i5-7300HQ 2.5ghz8gb RAM1TB HDD128GB M2 SSDGTX1050Full HDBacklit keyboardB&O AudioThrough here recently for £499, so hope you are pleased with this more expensive laptop, all because it has an '8th gen' (1.6ghz).All as I was saying is I don't think this was especially cheap, similar spec with a 7th gen CPU would be £300-£350ish.I didn't keep it BTW, I use Macs, not a fan of Windows machines.


That was a great deal for £499. Would love to have got that.
Edited by: "The.Lone.Ranger" 27th Nov

Yeah guys if I were to purchase a SSD for this would I have to buy a copy of Windows too it how would this work? Thanks in advance.

You can get this for £580 with a 256gb SSD from dell using code SAVE17 plus 8% tcb. If you so wish

cashback tracked @£47 so quite a good deal for £530 thanks for posting
Edited by: "fluffykitty79" 28th Nov

hill_Billy38 m ago

Yeah guys if I were to purchase a SSD for this would I have to buy a copy …Yeah guys if I were to purchase a SSD for this would I have to buy a copy of Windows too it how would this work? Thanks in advance.


No you could use the key that's already on it.

cullies3 h, 55 m ago

HDD? no thanks !sorry


For the non technical (can't use a screwdriver) this might be a problem. For everyone else this is a good deal.

ezzer727 h, 22 m ago

It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought …It's all well and good agreeing with 'numbers man', but I recently bought the HP;i5-7300HQ 2.5ghz8gb RAM1TB HDD128GB M2 SSDGTX1050Full HDBacklit keyboardB&O AudioThrough here recently for £499, so hope you are pleased with this more expensive laptop, all because it has an '8th gen' (1.6ghz).All as I was saying is I don't think this was especially cheap, similar spec with a 7th gen CPU would be £300-£350ish.I didn't keep it BTW, I use Macs, not a fan of Windows machines.


"I didn't keep it BTW, I use Macs, not a fan of Windows machines."
That says it all really!
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