Dell Inspiron 17 - 5767 (using code DELLOUT15) at Dell Out for £393.55
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Dell Inspiron 17 - 5767 (using code DELLOUT15) at Dell Out for £393.55

£393.55Dell Deals
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Found 28th Oct
15% OFF Dell Outlet laptops, PCs, desktops and servers using code DELLOUT15

Tech Specs

Inspiron 17 - 5767
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-7200U (Dual Core,3M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz,15W)
Windows 10 Home (64bit)
8GB (1x8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 SDRAM Non-ECC
1 TB SATA Hard Drive (5400 RPM)
8X DVD+/- RW Drive
Software
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 802.11ac, 1x1, 2.4 & 5GHz + Bluetooth 4.2
Non-Touch HD Cover-Black
Power Cord : 250V
Primary 3-cell 42W/HR Battery
17.3-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display
Internal English Non Backlit Keyboard

21 Comments

Good price but abit too big for me

Had one of these and I was super disappointed such a huge damn laptop and the keys are so small cantered - I sold it after 2 weeks on eBay.

For this price it’s hot - I voted HOT although last year Boxing Day you could get them brand new for 350 with 2 years warranty

Not a bad deal if your ok with it being scratched and dented.

If you’re a student you can email them a scan and they will send you a 15% off code that will last about a month (this expires Halloween). And no can’t use them both together for 30% I just tried.

Would it not be £327.95 after the discount? Showing as £385.83 on the website

Matrox1235 m ago

Would it not be £327.95 after the discount? Showing as £385.83 on the w …Would it not be £327.95 after the discount? Showing as £385.83 on the website



£385.83 is the ex-VAT price.
Price before discount including VAT is £463.
Take 15% off £463 and that does indeed work out at £393.55

Ahh didn’t know they were showing ex vat prices - sneaky foookas

I've had a few Dell outlet products, some scratch and dent are brand new but I did get one that clearly had been used for a few months as I could see from the service tag when it had originally been sold (once resold the service tag gets wiped to show the new owner)

daylehall141 m ago

Not a bad deal if your ok with it being scratched and dented.



ive had a couple from dell outlet and all have been in as new condition

master1047 m ago

Good price but abit too big for me


That’s what she said..

3ak1 h, 2 m ago

Had one of these and I was super disappointed such a huge damn laptop and …Had one of these and I was super disappointed such a huge damn laptop and the keys are so small cantered - I sold it after 2 weeks on eBay.


I got the John Lewis deal late last year and although the spec was great (i7 version) and it flew after putting in an SSD I would agree that the layout and size are an issue for most. They are hard to upgrade as the back wraps around the sides, requires alot of dismantling to upgrade ram for instance and some of the screws are very delicate low profile versions such as those that hold the DVD drive in place.

dont.mack.me.off50 m ago

I got the John Lewis deal late last year and although the spec was great …I got the John Lewis deal late last year and although the spec was great (i7 version) and it flew after putting in an SSD I would agree that the layout and size are an issue for most. They are hard to upgrade as the back wraps around the sides, requires alot of dismantling to upgrade ram for instance and some of the screws are very delicate low profile versions such as those that hold the DVD drive in place.

Yeh got the same deal what was it we paid 350? 400? They normally go for 800+ so it’s a good deal for the specs and the screen is very sexy but I personally was expecting a nice sized keyboard for such a big screen.

Aren't 8th Gen Core processors for laptops supposed to be quite a big leap compared to 7th gen? Better battery life and performance than a usual generation leap? Might hold out for one

Voted hot for the price

master1014 h, 45 m ago

Good price but abit too big for me



I'm the opposite - i hate using small screen laptops/tablets. Yes 17" laptops are heavier and obviously bigger, but im more suited to the bigger screen

These are used?

Can't add to basket without "premium support" add on which costs c £100

personaljesus2428th Oct

ive had a couple from dell outlet and all have been in as new condition

I can imagine they have certain standards. I genuinely thought it was a good deal. Heat was added

At least
Zek28th Oct

Aren't 8th Gen Core processors for laptops supposed to be quite a big leap …Aren't 8th Gen Core processors for laptops supposed to be quite a big leap compared to 7th gen? Better battery life and performance than a usual generation leap? Might hold out for one



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