Dell Inspiron 15 7559 Laptop Intel Core™ i7-6700HQ 8GB,1TB, 4K UHD,4GB GTX 960M, Win 10 £789.99 @ Ebay / ecomputers.ltd
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Dell Inspiron 15 7559 Laptop Intel Core™ i7-6700HQ 8GB,1TB, 4K UHD,4GB GTX 960M, Win 10 £789.99 @ Ebay / ecomputers.ltd

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Found 28th Dec 2015
Module Description
Base Inspiron 15, 7559
Operating System Windows 10 Home 64-bit English
Memory 8GB Single Channel DDR3L 1600MHz (8GBx1)
Keyboard Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Backlit Keyboard
Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M 4GB GDDR5
Driver Intel 3165AC wireless driver
Hard Drive 1TB 5400 rpm Hybrid Hard Drive + 8GB Embedded Flash Cache
Wireless Intel® 3165AC + BT4.0 [802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0, Dual Band 2.4&5 GHz, 1x1]
Cable Power Cord (UK)
Extended Service 1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support included with your PC
Primary Battery 74WHr, 6-C (Int) [74 WHr, 6-Cell Battery (Integrated)]
Processor 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz)]
Color Choice LCD UHD Touch Back Cover -Black
LCD 15.6-inch UHD (3840 x 2160) Truelife LED- Backlit Touch Display
Microsoft Application Software MUI Microsoft® Office Trial
Security Software McAfee® LiveSafe Consumer 12 Month Subscription
Power Supply 130 Watt AC Adaptor
Operating System Recovery Options OS Media Not Included

72 Comments

Original Poster

best spec yet for under £800

4k screen wow HOT

Specs are very good for the price. Almost too good.

Nice heat added

The only thing wrong with this is lack of USB-C port

Also you would probably want to replace the HDD with a 1TB SATA SSD, and add another stick of 8gb RAM, taking the total cost to about 1k

Also honestly, there is no point having a 4k screen on this laptop. It will just drain your battery quicker, and games won't run well at 4k with this GPU. Also at 15", the difference would be negligible. You can't even watch Netflix at 4k with it.

Is there M.2 slot?
Edited by: "U53R" 28th Dec 2015

Should have had 16gb as standard really - Nice though!

Vegito

Also honestly, there is no point having a 4k screen on this laptop. It … Also honestly, there is no point having a 4k screen on this laptop. It will just drain your battery quicker, and games won't run well at 4k with this GPU. Also at 15", the difference would be negligible. You can't even watch Netflix at 4k with it.



Forever the optimist...

Seriously tempted. Just going from a 17" back to 15" :s

oddsandmods

Forever the optimist...



I'm being a realist. I'd go for this instead, 16gb, 1080p ebay.co.uk/itm…960?hash=item464376dcc8:g:~TcAAOSwwbdWKLhs

Sweet deal, but I bet the build quality is shocking as per usual Dell

cabbagekitten

Sweet deal, but I bet the build quality is shocking as per usual Dell



It is a good price, I can't comment on the Build on this particular model, however the build my 2015 Dell XPS 15 is phenomenal - can't fault it at all.

good spec. kicks the arsenal of the nearest macbook

I bought this PC but with the 256GB SSD option for 859 from the same seller. This thing is seriously fast. And yes the one I bought does have an empty M2 slot. Whilst I agree about the lack of necessity for a 4K screen the screen itself is stunning.

I have this laptop (1080p version). I can honestly say its amazing. been using it for solid works and games and it handles all very well.

as the other guys have said, laptops aren't ready for 4k and really is such a waste IMO.

in terms of build, it is a solid machine. except I don't like the soft touch material as it gets smudges and loads of fingerprints. but the while thing feels really sturdy

Zaim2012

It is a good price, I can't comment on the Build on this particular … It is a good price, I can't comment on the Build on this particular model, however the build my 2015 Dell XPS 15 is phenomenal - can't fault it at all.



my XPS 13 is brilliant too.

But XPS is another completely different series, which cannot be used to prove the Inspiron will be good build.

This one is very good for its price.

heat.

huangxq2

my XPS 13 is brilliant too.But XPS is another completely different … my XPS 13 is brilliant too.But XPS is another completely different series, which cannot be used to prove the Inspiron will be good build.



Bezel on mine came off though. Dell replaced it promptly I have to say. Oh and just to add, I purchased a laptop from them, the XPS 15 with the GTX960M.
Edited by: "siliconbits" 29th Dec 2015

Vegito

I'm being a realist. I'd go for this instead, 16gb, 1080p … I'm being a realist. I'd go for this instead, 16gb, 1080p http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-Inspiron-15-7559-Laptop-3-5gh-16GB-1TB-1920x1080-4GB-GeForce-GTX-960M-Win10-/301779573960?hash=item464376dcc8:g:~TcAAOSwwbdWKLhs



Its only £749 from dell themselves admittedly with 8Gb Ram instead but some get Dell VIP .

I want to know if the battery packs dell have to extend laptop life work with the new inspiron, I have been looking at MSI but this dell just has such good battery life it seems like a winner for a laptop.

http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/products/keywords/7000/ex/clearance%2cdummy%2ctradepack%2cdummy-warranty%2cdummy-peripherals%2cacc-PSU~A~Battery%2cebay%2cshape-Laptops%2cshape-Tablets%2cshape-Desktops%2cclearance-laptops

Another option for £699 for the Dell

eeek.. i still fear to spend that much money in ebay

madmackem

Should have had 16gb as standard really - Nice though!


Why? there's really no need for more than 8gb for any real reason, unless your planning on running multiple high memory applications at the same time, and lets face it, 99% of people buying it won't
Edited by: "Cheamon" 29th Dec 2015

The graphics card won't be able to make the most of the screen, unless youre ok with medium settings at 30 fps and I know some people dont mind that

Nice deal! I wouldn't accept less than 16gb ram myself but then I use various pieces of music software (Ableton, etc) which takes advantage of the extra ram/power.

Had my current Dell Inspiron for very nearly 3 years now so it's a little long in the tooth. Build quality of that is ok. It's pretty heavy though - not sure what these new ones will be like in comparison. I bought my laptop and have only taken it out the house about a dozen times! I like the flexibility though.

Something like this may well kill the macbook pro itch I have right now...

oddsandmods

Forever the optimist...



He's right. Even a desktop with a 970/390 would choke

wish latitudes were similarly priced, as I need longer warranty and latitude build quality (business user) voted hot anyway, fantastic machine!
Edited by: "timtog" 29th Dec 2015

Banned

Why bother having 4k on a 15" screen? It's like saying a 22" HDTV should be 1080p even though it's a small screen.
Edited by: "Gamer_U" 29th Dec 2015

I'd really love to get one, but I really like the XPS 15. The only problem is we can't get the XPS 15 with 84 wHr battery + i7 + 1080p screen, that combination just doesn't exist in Europe (but does in the US).

Maybe getting the Inspirion wouldn;'t be a bad idea, and just get some Ultrasharp thin bezel monitors

Very nice. I'm tempted by this instead of an Xbox one, as this should surely handle most games at 1080p.

Someone give me £700?

Original Poster

lump

Very nice. I'm tempted by this instead of an Xbox one, as this should … Very nice. I'm tempted by this instead of an Xbox one, as this should surely handle most games at 1080p.Someone give me £700?



whats ya paypal ? X)
Edited by: "londonguy" 29th Dec 2015

I have the previous model (Inspiron 7548) with 4k screen and honestly 4K is great for everyday computing with Windows 10 scaling, so much so I hate going on standard HD laptops now oO This updated model has a much better graphics card and a larger keyboard and is cheaper than Dell sell it themselves! A mate bought this exact model from this seller before Christmas and has been happy playing all his games at decent FPS on HD resolution or lower and bumping back up to 4k for everyday use.

Edited by: "andy_sym" 29th Dec 2015

Vegito

I'm being a realist. I'd go for this instead, 16gb, 1080p … I'm being a realist. I'd go for this instead, 16gb, 1080p http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-Inspiron-15-7559-Laptop-3-5gh-16GB-1TB-1920x1080-4GB-GeForce-GTX-960M-Win10-/301779573960?hash=item464376dcc8:g:~TcAAOSwwbdWKLhs



​buy it from Dell themselves , its cheaper if you talk to a sales rep

Original Poster

b1koni

​buy it from Dell themselves , its cheaper if you talk to a sales rep


how much ?

b1koni

​buy it from Dell themselves , its cheaper if you talk to a sales rep



It looks like Dell don't even offer the 1080p screen + 16gb RAM option anymore dell.com/uk/…_OC

Shame about the 4K panel, the 960m won't be able to drive it and I find turning the resolution down makes things look terrible in windows.

I have this laptop, except it's the 16GB 128GB ssd/1TB hdd version. I didn't buy it for gaming but anyone that is thinking of buying it for that then don't hesitate. I use it for coding in visual studio and running a local sql server. Since it's so capable at gaming I use it for that too.

I'm a big big PC gamer so I don't tend to settle for anything less than high settings and 50-60fps and this thing handles everything I throw at it at 1080p AND at 60fps, of course there are some exceptions but those are few and far between. 1080p looks perfect on the 4k panel with no downscaling blurring you normally find when running non native. Source engine games such as portal 2 and left 4 dead 2 run around the 50fps mark at 4k.

I have to say the 4k panel I think is worth it. Everything looks so sharp. Windows scaling has come a long way so running at 200% scaling looks fine most of the time, blizzards battle.net client for example doesn't scale so just be prepared to put your face to the screen to launch a blizzard game.

This model will have the m.2 slot free (mine came with a 128GB ssd installed) however do note that although it is a m.2 it is NOT pci-e and is instead sata3. The xps 15 on the other hand has full pci-e m.2 port.

Battery life is acceptable, I don't have any solid numbers but if I was to guess i'd say 5-6 hours. gaming on battery is actually quite alright, nvidia's geforce experience by default caps fps to 30 when on battery so you can expect to get a good few hours out of it. Also you can undervolt the cpu and integrated intel gpu by a stupid amount using intels xtu software. They must be using some really conservative numbers.

This looks a good deal. Is the 970m significantly better than the 960m ? Thanks

Just got off the phone to dell the offered me at £711.55 showed them the link for save on laptops and got it for £696 from Dell

Going to order an extra 8gb ram from Crucial for £32.39 plus quidco
uk.crucial.com/gbr…%29


Edited by: "FearThePenguin" 29th Dec 2015
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