Dell Latitude 14 3000 £214 @ dell
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Dell Latitude 14 3000 £214 @ dell

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coming up as £330 for me.
and me..
nothing special, overpriced then discounted.
£214 for an I3 not bad..

Specs:
Processor
Intel® Core™ i3-4005U Processor (1.70 GHz, 3MB Cache)

Operating System
Windows 7 Professional

Memory
4GB (1x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3L

Hard Drive
500GB 2.5inch Serial ATA (7,200 Rpm) Hard Drive

Video Card
Intel® HD Graphics 5500

Display
35.6cm (14.0") HD (1366x768) Anti-Glare WLED-backlit

Ports
2 USB 3.0
USB 2.0
HDMI
VGA
Network Connector (RJ-45)

Slots
Memory Card Reader
Optional Fingerprint Reader
Lock Slot

Wireless

Intel® Dual Band Wireless-N 7265AGN 802.11a/b/g/n 2x2 + Bluetooth 4.0 LE Half Mini Card

Connectivity

10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet

Wireless LAN Options:

Intel 7265 2x2 dual band 802.11 AGN with BT Combo Card
No Mobile Broadband Options

Primary Battery

3-cell Lithium Ion (43WHr) Battery

Power

65 Watt or 90 Watt E4 AC Adapter



Good price. Heat added.
Good price for a 'portable' i3 IMO. Always found Dell to be reliable and reasonably well built (unlike budget Lenovo). I'm still using an elderly Dell E6220 (no issues).
1366x768 resolution screen 8-(
3guesses

1366x768 resolution screen 8-(


Well of course
It's just over £200 - what do you expect for this sort of money?
Edited by: "mrew42" 21st Apr 2016
£214 for a new i3 laptop seems darned good to me. usually you'll get a Pentium or celeron or refurbished for this sort of money. Heat from me.
There is a misprint here, somewhere. The i3 4005U is an older entry-level Haswell CPU and comes with HD4400 graphics, not the incrementally better performing HD5500 that came with the entry-level i3 5005U series Broadwell CPU. The latest generation U-series Skylake CPUs come with HD520 graphics. Even so, assuming the CPU used here is a i3-4005U, it seems on paper spec like a fairly good deal at the price. Heat from me, too.
mrew42

Well of course It's just over £200 - what do you expect for this sort of … Well of course It's just over £200 - what do you expect for this sort of money?



Well you have 3 guesses to find out.
On pcworld businese the RRP is ​£408.58. This is even cheaper than the one in Dell's outlet. Hot!
Please advise how to get this for £214
Please advise how to get this for £214
classic786

Please advise how to get this for £214


I don't think you can as there's no option to buy it from that webpage!
Looks like it was a mistake and they've removed the buy button.... this morning I was able to add to my basket to checkout.
either mistake or oos
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spannerzone

Looks like it was a mistake and they've removed the buy button.... this … Looks like it was a mistake and they've removed the buy button.... this morning I was able to add to my basket to checkout.


You can still click "All configuration options" and then add to basket, although price is increased a bit now (£previously 179£ ex vat but now 189£ ex vat so £226 now). You r probably right. It might be a mistake.
Edited by: "imransaeed" 22nd Apr 2016
imransaeed

You can still click "All configuration options" and then add to basket, … You can still click "All configuration options" and then add to basket, although price is increased a bit now (£previously 179£ ex vat but now 189£ ex vat so £226 now). You r probably right. It might be a mistake.


When I tried that it gives me a Celeron based model
yes its gone up to £238 when added to basket now, which is very odd as it stated yesterday the offer (of £214) was on until some point next week. Bit sneaky.

I was undecided but not bothering now.
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