Dell Up to £510 off today on select gaming laptops and desktops
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Dell Up to £510 off today on select gaming laptops and desktops

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Found 5th Apr 2017
Up to £510 off on select gaming laptops and desktops. These deals end 6 April

New Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming
£999.00

Alienware Aurora
£949.00

New Alienware 13
£1,199.00

New Alienware 15
£1,499.00

Link for mobiles (thanks got3nn):
m.dell.com/mt/…als
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I was given £800 price for aurora. I am thinking to buy that model. Is anything cheaper available?
oops my bet, please ignore the above comment I did not click link, my most humble apolgies bbleo211180
This isnt the dell outlet, this is on Dells main site. Those listed in the link are the only ones available, lots of different specs, I just put couple of highlights in the main post.
supercasual

oops my bet, please ignore the above comment I did not click link, my … oops my bet, please ignore the above comment I did not click link, my most humble apolgies bbleo211180


No problem at all.
Give them a call they reduced £75-80 from original price
bbleo211180

Give them a call they reduced £75-80 from original price


What do you mean? An extra £80 discount?
revdesol

What do you mean? An extra £80 discount?


actually, i just got them on chat and was offered an extra 200 off one of the auroras
Cheapest desktop seems to be £949. Anyone found anything better?
Stay away from the inspiron 15 7000, they put an awful TN panel on a brilliantly specc'd laptop. Numpties
revdesol

actually, i just got them on chat and was offered an extra 200 off one of … actually, i just got them on chat and was offered an extra 200 off one of the auroras


Which one you are talking about ?
If you can let me know as I am going to order tomorrow.

unreality

Cheapest desktop seems to be £949. Anyone found anything better?


If you call them or chat with them. They reduced £80 for me but then someone said they managed to reduced £200! This is the case of hard bargaining.

Edited by: "bbleo211180" 5th Apr 2017
Nice discounts on the Area-51s. Picked up the 1080 version.
Where you getting these prices? When I click on link I see the Alienware 13 is at £1749

Is this only outlet prices or something?
I got the dell Alienware 15 R3 with 3 year dell warranty for £1580. Shame I have the 6th gen i7. Other than that it is an awesome machine. I ran GTA 5 in 4K and it held up very well. The camera is awesome, does a great job at logging me in. Can't fault the machine.
MPN: R3
Brand: Dell
Range: Alienware
Model: Alienware 15
Processor: Intel Core i7-6820HK (4 Core, Dynamically Overclocked up to 4.1GHz,8M Cache, 45W)
Screen: 15.6" UHD (3840 x 2160) IGZO IPS AG 300-nits
Operating System: Windows 10 Home (64bit)
Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 1070 8Gb
Hard Drive: 1Tb SATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM) + 256Gb PCIe M.2 SATA3 SSD
Optical drive: None optical drive
Memory: 16Gb (2x8Gb) 2667MHz DDR4 Memory Non-ECC ram
Keyboard: UK Backlit keyboard layout
Battery: Primary 6-cell 99W/HR Battery
Audio & speakers: Stereo speakers and sound
Wireless: WiFi & Bluetooth
Webcam: Integrated webcam
kitana8

Where you getting these prices? When I click on link I see the Alienware … Where you getting these prices? When I click on link I see the Alienware 13 is at £1749 :/Is this only outlet prices or something?


Interested to know too
cold. last years tech at todays prices
Cold - not much of a deal. Worse than last November.
musssy

I got the dell Alienware 15 R3 with 3 year dell warranty for £1580. Shame … I got the dell Alienware 15 R3 with 3 year dell warranty for £1580. Shame I have the 6th gen i7. Other than that it is an awesome machine. I ran GTA 5 in 4K and it held up very well. The camera is awesome, does a great job at logging me in. Can't fault the machine.MPN: R3Brand: DellRange: AlienwareModel: Alienware 15Processor: Intel Core i7-6820HK (4 Core, Dynamically Overclocked up to 4.1GHz,8M Cache, 45W)Screen: 15.6" UHD (3840 x 2160) IGZO IPS AG 300-nitsOperating System: Windows 10 Home (64bit)Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GbHard Drive: 1Tb SATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM) + 256Gb PCIe M.2 SATA3 SSDOptical drive: None optical driveMemory: 16Gb (2x8Gb) 2667MHz DDR4 Memory Non-ECC ramKeyboard: UK Backlit keyboard layoutBattery: Primary 6-cell 99W/HR BatteryAudio & speakers: Stereo speakers and soundWireless: WiFi & BluetoothWebcam: Integrated webcam



How did you get that?


Not the outlet, i think the links works ok on desktop but on mobile you will need to press Days of Deals with the orange ticket icon.

kitana8

Where you getting these prices? When I click on link I see the Alienware … Where you getting these prices? When I click on link I see the Alienware 13 is at £1749 :/Is this only outlet prices or something?

kitana8

Where you getting these prices? When I click on link I see the Alienware … Where you getting these prices? When I click on link I see the Alienware 13 is at £1749 :/Is this only outlet prices or something?




I would just avoid Dell/Alienware like the plague. Everything is so incredibly overpriced. If you're not confident enough to build a PC yourself, have someone do it for you. You pay absolute top dollar when you get a manufacturer to build you a PC like this - and a lot of the specs will be subpar for the amount of money you actually spent.
I agree on the desktop front, i have always built my own. Regarding the laptops I think its worth it for the build quality and the onsite support. (if you need a gaming laptop that is, but then thats another discussion entirely)
I bought the Alienware 15R3 in December with the 1060 and the 256SSD. It was £1500. They are trying to say here that charging 1400 is the bargain of the century? I wouldn't buy it anyway. Within 10 days the Control board for the LED strips had failed, 2 of the cores were overheating due to the design of the laptop (Google it if you are thinking of buying one) and the bleed and ghosting on the screen was disgusting;
krisb1701d

I bought the Alienware 15R3 in December with the 1060 and the 256SSD. It … I bought the Alienware 15R3 in December with the 1060 and the 256SSD. It was £1500. They are trying to say here that charging 1400 is the bargain of the century? I wouldn't buy it anyway. Within 10 days the Control board for the LED strips had failed, 2 of the cores were overheating due to the design of the laptop (Google it if you are thinking of buying one) and the bleed and ghosting on the screen was disgusting;



Classic Dell.
Strange, most of the review sites have nothing but praise for the Alienwares and rate them as one of the best gaming laptops on the market for the money.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Alienware-13-R3-Notebook-Review.197508.0.html
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Alienware-15-R3-Notebook-Review.196584.0.html

I hope you used your warranty or got your money back.
poison3k

Strange, most of the review sites have nothing but praise for the … Strange, most of the review sites have nothing but praise for the Alienwares and rate them as one of the best gaming laptops on the market for the money.https://www.notebookcheck.net/Alienware-13-R3-Notebook-Review.197508.0.htmlhttps://www.notebookcheck.net/Alienware-15-R3-Notebook-Review.196584.0.htmlI hope you used your warranty or got your money back.



I'd say the 20C difference in core temps and 99C max is a bit worrying.
[http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h67/krisb1701e/IMG_20170114_225407_HHT_zpsj1pganjw.jpg

Try watching a film on this

Yes the reviews I looked at were positive. I guess unless you have an issue and Google it specifically (like the back 2 cores overheating) and get lots of hits, general reviews miss this, as the majority of reviewers are sent pristine models for reviewing.

Edited by: "krisb1701d" 6th Apr 2017
damn that is unlucky, I hope you complained to Dell after spending £1500 with them and getting that.
Ok it doesn't work on mobile but does on comp as OP has said. The main offers which are stated are the previous generation which have been known to have over heating issues which the latest ones have been solved apparently. I guess you could get one which is fine, bit of a hit and miss kind of thing.
supercasual

oops my bet, please ignore the above comment I did not click link, my … oops my bet, please ignore the above comment I did not click link, my most humble apolgies bbleo211180


Please remember this is HUKD, you are not supposed to be apologetic - instead you should defend yourself into a corner using irrational arguments and unrelated analogies
Thanks

(Apologies - don't even know what your original post was! )
Are the heat issues only on the Skylake vs Kabylake processors?

Anyone want to weigh in on whether the N00AW15R325 (http://www.dell.com/uk/p/alienware-15-laptop/pd?b=&c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&oc=n00aw15r325&model_id=alienware-15-laptop&awc=7671_1491493513_b4a55f02fc2263e6abfb35839c8169b9&CID=289229&LID=5548088&DGC=AF&DGSeg=DHS&ACD=2397230241616840) is a good deal for £1779 (a discount of £300 apparently)?

Intel® Core™ i7-7820HK (Quad-Core, 8MB Cache, Overclocking up to 4.4GHz )
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5
15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) 120Hz TN+WVA Anti-Glare 400-nits NVIDIA G-SYNC Enabled
256GB PCIe SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s (Storage)

Edited by: "DJJ1" 6th Apr 2017
Shakeyyy

Stay away from the inspiron 15 7000, they put an awful TN panel on a … Stay away from the inspiron 15 7000, they put an awful TN panel on a brilliantly specc'd laptop. Numpties



I take it you're saying that because it's a 15" screen rather then anything else
Joey.Bloggsy

I take it you're saying that because it's a 15" screen rather then … I take it you're saying that because it's a 15" screen rather then anything else



No, they did actually put an awful cheap screen in to keep the costs down, most of the reviews i have read on the inspirons all say the screen is horrible.
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