Dell Inspiron 7000 2350 All in One / 23" Touchscreen, I7 4th Gen, 12GB Ram, 1TB & 32GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics Card £679 @ Dell
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Dell Inspiron 7000 2350 All in One / 23" Touchscreen, I7 4th Gen, 12GB Ram, 1TB & 32GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics Card £679 @ Dell

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Found 6th Jul 2015
Original Asking Price £998.99

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Use coupon code : C6DQFSB5K8G1C4 for a further £100.00 off...

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Total discount £319.00

Price After Discount £679.99

Specifications:

Dell 7000 Inspiron 2350 All in one Computer

Processor

4th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-4710MQ Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz)

Operating System

Windows 8.1 64 bit ENG,SWE,DK,NOR,ESP

Display

23.8-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Truelife LED-Backlit Touch Display with Wide Viewing Angle (IPS) with 3D

Memory1

12GB Dual Channel DDR3 1600MHz - 2 DIMMs

Hard Drives

1TB 5400 RPM SATA + Intel SRT 32GB SSD Cache

Video Card

AMD Radeon HD 8690A 2GB GDDR5

Warranty

1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support included with your PC

Choose Options

Productivity Software

Microsoft Office 2013 Trial, MUI

Office 365

Security Software

McAfee LiveSafe Consumer 12 Month Subscript

Essential Accessories

Keyboard

UK/Irish Dell KM713 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse (QWERTY)

Wireless

Dell Wireless-N 1705 + Bluetooth 4.0

Optical Drive

Optical Drive Not Included

Base

Inspiron One 2350

Ports

External Chassis Connections

Side
3x OSD keys, Power button, HDD LED

Stand (side)
4x USB 3.0
8:1 MCR
1x Microphone/headphone jack

Stand (back)
1x Audio Line out
1x RJ-45
2x USB 2.0
HDMI in (1), HDMI out (1), DC in

TV Tuner
No TV Tuner

Slots

Memory Slots
2 SO-DIMM Slots

37 Comments

Original Poster

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AMD graphics inside it is just as weak as the integrated. Forget gaming.

Owned one of these, great computer, can do a bit of light gaming (just cause 2, blood dragon, dishonoured although did take a while to get going) but you will need a deep desk as the power cord struts out from the rear and adds another couple of inches to depth.

Original Poster

Yeah, I'm aware by looking at reviews on YouTube that it's not by any means a gaming rig, but thought it was a good spec for the money looking at other all in ones from other manufacturers.

Bought one of these for the wife a few weeks back - she's over the moon with its neatness. Maybe not for gamers, but it's quick, powerful and very neat if you don't like cables.

Extremely easy to change components too - unusually for this type of kit.

Original Poster

Newbold

Bought one of these for the wife a few weeks back - she's over the moon … Bought one of these for the wife a few weeks back - she's over the moon with its neatness. Maybe not for gamers, but it's quick, powerful and very neat if you don't like cables.Extremely easy to change components too - unusually for this type of kit.



That's comforting to know, I bought it to replace my 17" laptop, needed something quite portable, faster with a bigger screen. Seemed ideal.

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C4arlJenko

That's comforting to know, I bought it to replace my 17" laptop, needed … That's comforting to know, I bought it to replace my 17" laptop, needed something quite portable, faster with a bigger screen. Seemed ideal.



You can do a lot better than this for the price unless you specifically wanted an all in one- that MacBook Air deal the other day for £600 would've been better if you wanted a laptop replacement

Don't buy it have it hate it
Very slow gets extremely hot due no fans inside
Save your money for something else

Newbold

Bought one of these for the wife a few weeks back - she's over the moon … Bought one of these for the wife a few weeks back - she's over the moon with its neatness. Maybe not for gamers, but it's quick, powerful and very neat if you don't like cables.Extremely easy to change components too - unusually for this type of kit.



Can the GFX card be changed?

I'd probably take the stand off and use it as a giant plugged in tablet!

I've got one of these which I use for typical desktop application, Word processing, spreadsheets, image editing, web browsing etc. It does everything quickly. Agreed not for gamers but then it's not aimed at gamers.

No overheating problems whatsoever and there is a fan inside so not sure about earlier comment.

Heat from me.

Banned

mikem1989

Can the GFX card be changed?



Afraid not.

bokertov

Don't buy it have it hate it Very slow gets extremely hot due no fans … Don't buy it have it hate it Very slow gets extremely hot due no fans inside Save your money for something else


Odd - ours doesn't get at all hot. And it does have a fan in it. You were done!

Bought this last October (without the SSD) for around £729 using a code as I remember and it's great. Replaced a 15.6" i5 laptop which was decent, but I have never looked back. Although the display doesn't have too many adjustment options, it was a nice size upgrade for me and looks very nice out of the box - the contrast is very good. I don't do any gaming on PC, but the HDMI IN port is very handy, so my PS4 stays connected. Just one button press on the side of the screen switches quickly between PS4 and PC in a couple of seconds. In Destiny (PS4) Crota's End raid, the black levels are great - more than can be said for my 55" Sony W8 TV, on which I struggle to see where I am going, even after calibrating with a Spears and Munsil disc. I also have an Elgato video card connected, so the kids can record a YouTube video when they want. Also copes well using editing tools such as Sony Vegas and Photoshop. An all round capable machine which suits my needs and I'm very happy with it

Glad also to hear that it's easy to upgrade, as I did wonder because of the small base. Might put an SSD in it for fun now!
Edited by: "21benson" 6th Jul 2015

looks tidy though not for gaming i would imagine

Original Poster

mattturner756

CommentYou can do a lot better than this for the price unless you … CommentYou can do a lot better than this for the price unless you specifically wanted an all in one- that MacBook Air deal the other day for £600 would've been better if you wanted a laptop replacement


Wasn't that an 11" though! I was after a bigger screen, not smaller and this might surprise some people but I don't actually like the ios operating system.

Anyone know what the touchscreen is for?

bokertov

Don't buy it have it hate it Very slow gets extremely hot due no fans … Don't buy it have it hate it Very slow gets extremely hot due no fans inside Save your money for something else


Are you maxing out the CPU or graphics card to cause that? I guess if it gets hot, the CPU will not go into overdrive mode.

Thanks

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fishmaster

Anyone know what the touchscreen is for?



What do you mean?

fishmaster

Anyone know what the touchscreen is for?


Fingers.

xela333

What do you mean?



Sarcasm

buddn07

Fingers.


Damn - I thought I was getting some odd looks!

bokertov

Don't buy it have it hate it Very slow gets extremely hot due no fans … Don't buy it have it hate it Very slow gets extremely hot due no fans inside Save your money for something else



Sounds like yours is faulty. I have the same machine and none of your issues.


Link doesn't work, after looking up the product, discount code doesn't work:

The following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information.

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£100 discount on all Inspiron 7000 series and selected XPS platforms. Coupon code excludes XPS 13, Alienware, Venue tablets and all accessories. Offer is valid from 2nd July 2015 to 16th July 2015. Discounts applied to a max of 5 units per order only

Expires 17 July 2015

The typical kind of issues I know Dell for. I'll pass on that one and shop elsewehere.
Edited by: "LuckyL" 7th Jul 2015

Original Poster

LuckyL

Link doesn't work, after looking up the product, discount code doesn't … Link doesn't work, after looking up the product, discount code doesn't work:The following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information."View Details" reads: £100 discount on all Inspiron 7000 series and selected XPS platforms. Coupon code excludes XPS 13, Alienware, Venue tablets and all accessories. Offer is valid from 2nd July 2015 to 16th July 2015. Discounts applied to a max of 5 units per order only Expires 17 July 2015 The typical kind of issues I know Dell for. I'll pass on that one and shop elsewehere.


Hi,

As I said in my post, the voucher sometimes plays up, but if you ring them using the number I also noted on the original post they will apply it.

Hot - Website says 'Out of Stock' but chatted to sales team via their website chat popup facility and they had a couple left in stock and bought one at £679.99. Thanks.
Edited by: "rayzorgod" 7th Jul 2015

mattturner756

CommentYou can do a lot better than this for the price unless you … CommentYou can do a lot better than this for the price unless you specifically wanted an all in one- that MacBook Air deal the other day for £600 would've been better if you wanted a laptop replacement


I think his point is he wanted a bigger screen. Don't think a MacBook Air would be much use there!

Original Poster

rayzorgod

Hot - Website says 'Out of Stock' but chatted to sales team via their … Hot - Website says 'Out of Stock' but chatted to sales team via their website chat popup facility and they had a couple left in stock and bought one at £679.99. Thanks.


Glad it worked for you, I'm receiving mine tomorrow, looking forward to messing with it.

yay 12GB of ram added to bloat the price for which those users buying this wont use half.....

I had my order delivery scheduled to arrive tomorrow,

however I then issues with Dell Verification Team sending me emails to contact them via a work email and they had to call my work telephone number.

However, the email provided me with a phone number that didn't work. I eventually phoned through to customer service which sorted this out.

They then said they didn't have all the parts for the computer and it will take 24-48 hours to get confirmation if they have parts from the Factory.

They couldn't confirm how long it would take to have my computer ready and when it would arrive.

So I am sitting in the dark at the moment about when I will get this computer...hmm

Original Poster

Mine came yesterday, very pleased! Boots up in less 10 seconds and the in built xbox connect camera is a great toy for the kids, very pleased so far.

Mine came today! So far so good, it's pretty neat, in terms of wires it just has one power cable. I messed around with the Intel 3d camera that comes with it too.

people that have these. do you use the touch screen? I just don't see the point on a desk top really.

custardy

people that have these. do you use the touch screen? I just don't see the … people that have these. do you use the touch screen? I just don't see the point on a desk top really.


Rarely, but it's occasionally useful - and it's designed for Windows 8, of course. Does no harm to have it (apart from the fingerprints on the screen!).

I like to work in quiet conditions at home and I was wondering if anyone who bought this had noticed a constant 'whirr' fan noise? I updated the Bios as recommended by a few google posts but I still hear the constant noise from the fan.




Edited by: "rayzorgod" 13th Jul 2015

rayzorgod

I like to work in quiet conditions at home and I was wondering if anyone … I like to work in quiet conditions at home and I was wondering if anyone who bought this had noticed a constant 'whirr' fan noise? I updated the Bios as recommended by a few google posts but I still hear the constant noise from the fan.


That's odd - we've had it a few months now, and for 95% of the time it's absolutely silent. Depending on what others say, it might be worth giving Dell a call.

Original Poster

Newbold

That's odd - we've had it a few months now, and for 95% of the time it's … That's odd - we've had it a few months now, and for 95% of the time it's absolutely silent. Depending on what others say, it might be worth giving Dell a call.


Mine came the other day too and is deadly quite too, it does spin accasionally though if your using high graphical apps.
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