Dell Inspiron 15-7570 (i7-8550U, 8GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, 15.6" Full HD IPS screen, Geforce 940MX graphics) £899 - £799 after cashback @ Dell
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Dell Inspiron 15-7570 (i7-8550U, 8GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, 15.6" Full HD IPS screen, Geforce 940MX graphics) £899 - £799 after cashback @ Dell

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Found 12th Nov
Business-oriented laptop with an excellent spec:
- Latest 8th gen Intel i7-8550U processor (4 cores, 8 threads)
- 8GB RAM
- 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
- 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS display
- Nvidia GeForce 940MX 4GB GDDR5 graphics
- Windows 10 Home 64-bit English

Fast processor, SSD and discrete graphics should make this a stellar performer for non-gaming tasks.

List price is £999. However there are two stacking offers which together take £200 off that total:
1) Use code "SAVE100" to bring the price down to £899
2) Claim £100 cashback to bring the effective price down to £799

£100 "SAVE100" discount code expires on November 15. £100 cashback offer expires on November 22.

7 Comments

GPU seems a bit weak so it's definately not for gaming, which makes me wonder why they included it....

Original Poster

adamspencer952 m ago

GPU seems a bit weak so it's definately not for gaming, which makes me …GPU seems a bit weak so it's definately not for gaming, which makes me wonder why they included it....



Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it means none of the system RAM gets used for graphics.

Genki16 m ago

Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it …Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it means none of the system RAM gets used for graphics.


better for what though?

if it's aimed at office work, the only thing you may want a GPU for is 3D rendering, and this 940MX won't really improve it too much over the iGPU

all at the cost of heat and power consumption which would be more important for office use

Genki34 m ago

Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it …Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it means none of the system RAM gets used for graphics.


Considering that the CPU has a TDP of only 15W, being able to allocate all of that to the CPU due to having a discrete GPU will improve the CPU performance as well if you load them both heavily.

Decent spec apart from the screen, I would only buy 4k

Genki4 h, 9 m ago

Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it …Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it means none of the system RAM gets used for graphics.


Yh but when it’s that weak might as well have the better battery life of not having it.

adamspencer956 h, 32 m ago

better for what though?if it's aimed at office work, the only thing you …better for what though?if it's aimed at office work, the only thing you may want a GPU for is 3D rendering, and this 940MX won't really improve it too much over the iGPUall at the cost of heat and power consumption which would be more important for office use



Oh no, the 940MX is a MASSIVE improvement over integrated graphics.

In the same way that drinking cold, four day old tea is a massive improvement over drinking diarrhoea.
Edited by: "dijital" 12th Nov
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