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Posted 16 June 2022

Dell XPS 15 OLED (i7-12700H, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, RTX 3050 Ti) £1781.09 with code @ Dell

£1,781.09£2,198.9919% off
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10% off on some Dell XPS laptops at the moment, plus another 10% off using the usual coupon. Good availability on units with 12th gen Intel CPUs that ship next day. The one I configured for the deal:

Processor: 12th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-12700H (24MB Cache, up to 4.7 GHz, 14 cores)
Memory: 16 GB, 2 x 8 GB, DDR5, 4800 MHz, dual-channel
Hard Drive: 1 TB, M.2, PCIe NVMe, SSD
Wireless: Intel® Killer™ Wi-Fi 6 1675 (AX211) 2x2 + Bluetooth 5.2 Wireless Card
Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3050 Ti, 4 GB GDDR6, 45 W
Primary Battery: 6 Cell, 86 Wh, integrated
Power Supply: Black 130W Type-C Power Adapter
Extended Service: 1Y Premium Support and Onsite Service

Same configuration but 32GB of RAM:
Notebookcheck.net review (rated 89%) for the first configuration.
Youtube review: Dell XPS 15 9520 REVIEW: 12th Gen CPU + 3.5K OLED (Andrew Marc David)
XPS 15 4K UHD vs. 3.5K OLED vs. Macbook Pro // SHOULD YOU BUY AN OLED LAPTOP?
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  1. purplefleece's avatar
    I’ve had everything XPS over the years: base units, 15”, 13”. Now, I really wouldn’t bother. They are wildly overpriced for what they offer and cannot complete with alternative brands. XPS is now nothing more than expensive myth. And bear in mind they keep no replacement parts when yours breaks down. You simply have to wait for a used part to come in.
    jazid's avatar
    Had no idea about the parts.
    That'sa real shame. I shall try to avoid Dell on both overheating and repair issues going forward.

    I thought there was an EU repair bill that applied to something like this to avoid e waste and compelled manufacturers to hold stock?
  2. Sultan3's avatar
    Never again. Dell XPS OLED panels are problematic with severe banding and black crush problems. Overheating is also an issue. The support from India is hopeless. Regret buying mine.
  3. Manij_'s avatar
    As a big fan of the XPS line up, this is very tempting. I've had my 13inch XPS for almost 6 years now and it's still going strong!!
    voteHot's avatar
    I couldn't help it and went for the 32GB configuration. To be honest, I wanted an XPS 13, but I don't like the transition to the touchbar on XPS Plus. And the just-announced 9315 is too weak for the work I want to do.
  4. booja's avatar
    £1800 for a huge processor (overkill) and a paltry 3050ti? Very niche buy at best. (edited)
  5. voteHot's avatar
    Just arrived in less than 24h. On a first impression, it looks like an amazing laptop. We will see how it goes (I went for the maximum 4-year warranty).
  6. GoNz0's avatar
    What's the "usual coupon" ?
    voteHot's avatar
    It's on the deal. It works pretty much with every dell xps purchase I've tried.
  7. Asad_Mammood's avatar
    Anyone had experience of using HP Spectre x360 to latest Dell XPS's ?
  8. skillzz's avatar
    How often are the se rescued?
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