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Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 i7 (8th gen! 3.9GHz) 8GB 256GB FHD (possible misprice as cheaper than the i5) £1199 @ Dell
Found 19 h, 53 m agoFound 19 h, 53 m ago
This is cheaper than the i5 version of the same model which is in the sale and seems like a lot of laptop for the money (which I accept is quite a lot). And note that the 512GB ve… Read more

An extra £30 can also be saved on this with a free upgrade included also on top aswell too the 2 year premium support instead of the 1 year one so you can buy this for £1169 plus cash back from quidco or topcashback


That's exactly it, I find a lot of the ULV based devices are far too small to allow suitable cooling so they run hot and loud. I have a few Dell Core-M PC's (similar to the Y series) as they can run passively and don't get hot so they're far better suited to this type of design whereas the similar ULV PC's I find are irritating as there's a lot of fan noise and they run hot making them unpleasant when used on a lap. If I want performance, I'd go for a 35W or 45W processor as even the quad core ULV processors are poor performers for anything demanding despite the fact people now frequently believe the 5W processors are useless and the ULV processors are good for power users.


The older Dell XPS 13 (9360, 9350, etc not the 9365) had U-series chips. The Y series was obviously chosen to make it thinner and increase battery life but a quad-core would’ve been amazing here and what many power users spending this much probably want (even if the computer is a tiny bit thicker).


It's the 'less VAT' price.


You're a Londoner.

Dell XPS Event - Annual Sale - Up to £250 off XPS machines
21/10/2018Expires on 21/10/2018Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Up to £250 off XPS machines
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Dell’s words not mine, they could be being cheeky and be saying this if it requires a student discount to be applied too? Anyway, here’s a screenshot of discounts for the XPS 15.


Not one of the machines on the linked page have £250 off. Am I missing something as I'm in the market for a new xps15 9570?


Real students (need letter of acceptance and photo of ID needed) can also get 15% off on Dell Outlet which includes the XPS range.


The link is working. I have no idea why people vote cold for this. You can even get an extra 10% if you are a student with unidays code.


Link works for me unless its been edited since your post?

Dell G-SYNC S2716DG BARGAIN Official £380.82 @ Dell
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Bargain price, one of the best G-SYNC 144Hz Monitors out there
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A bit late to this party but anyone still interested you can get this for £368.94 from Amazon Also noticed a reasonable budget Free-Sync monitor (SE2717H) for £159.99 from Amazon down from £404


Absolutely. LG are releasing a new IPS panel in a few months (27" 1440p IPS) which hopefully is much better than the current 144Hz IPS monitors. Right now you have these options: £200-300: 1: B-tier branded IPS freesync 144Hz monitors with little-to-no warranty, although potentially pretty decent. Such as the Mbest 144Hz monitor. 2: One of the new CJG5 monitors from Samsung, but with fairly average colours, high response times, potential VA smearing/ghosting, no freesync or g-sync and potential PWM dimming/flickering (depending on model) (A pass IMO). £300-500: 1: Almost nothing, although Dell’s new S2719DGF looks good. No g-sync though, and unsure of the price, though overall far better than the S2716DG. Also TN. 2: The MG279Q and XF270HUA (Asus being much better, although overpriced, both IPS), although no-gsync. £500+ 1: Any of the five IPS 144Hz g-sync monitors will be fine, but I'd rather wait for LG's new monitor/panel (especially if you're spending so much).


Since I upgraded my graphics card, finding a good 27" 1440p monitor is proving to be an absolute nightmare.


You clearly haven’t owned many TN monitors then. The S2716DG actually has a lot of overshoot ghosting, which is more of an issue than the slight ghosting an IPS monitor might entail. The contrast ratio isn't a big issue on the S2716DG, it’s just lower than average (1000:1). The AOC G271QG and XG2703-GS both managed to consistently exceed >1050:1 (unlike the S2716DG which only manages <930:1). I agree, the IPS glow and backlight bleed is a real problem on the IPS g-sync 144Hz monitors specifically, although this trade-off is definitely worth it over horrible <93% sRGB, low gamma and obvious banding that the S2716DG has. This is a marketing number, the S2716DG (while advertised as 1ms) only managed a 4ms (coincidentally) response time (100% of pixels) when tested. I agree, viewing angles are somewhat irrelevant (especially with gaming), which is why I didn’t mention them. Actually (excluding subreddits like /r/monitors, which isn't that much of an exception) most people on reddit ignorantly praise the S2716DG. Also what I'm saying is factually backed by trustworthy reviews, not a blind assumption/opinion. Except the S2716DG notable has horrible colours (<93% sRGB) and awful banding. TN panels can be decent (depending on implementation from the manufacture), but they all suffer from vertical gamma shift and (while not always relevant) poor viewing angles (compared to IPS at least) making them unsuitable for anything other than gaming. I don't actually own an IPS gaming monitor, until recently I had a 144Hz TN monitor and I found TN to be absolutely fine.


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Dell Inspiron DT 5680 gaming PC with a monitor included @ Dell - £943.15
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct Intel® Core™ i5 8400 (6-Core/6-Thread, 9MB Cache, up to 4GHz w… Read more
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stephen.hall this any good any better deals??


If you're saying the monitors only about £120 then that pc is definitely not worth £820. Would not advise buying this particular computer.


Doesn't seem like a good deal to me when you add it up.


You'd probably still be better going for the 8400. Although not a whole dramatic difference there'd be better performance in games and you'd gain a higher core count too.


Little older processor -

Paypal Exclusive Dell laptop offer - Inspiron 15 5000 £349.01
17/10/2018Expires on 17/10/2018Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
I've found this deal on the Paypal website. If someone is looking at this, using Paypal you can knock 70 pounds out of it. Processor 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i3-6006U Processor… Read more

Currys eBay have/had (subject to stock) Lenovo yoga 520 Touch screen I believe ips with i3 7th gen and ssd not hard drive and touch screen and not so plasticy like this for 399 less the 10% Ebay discount if y get one


6th gen and and hard drive ? That would be good in 2010


PayPal exclusive offer.... Doesn't everyone have PayPal?


What do you recommend at this price point. Trying to find something with a backlit keyboard.


You'll have to take the base off, but it's quite easy to do and the dell service manuals are available online.

DELL G5 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 8750H GTX 1060 6GB Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe - £999.99 @ Dell
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Currently on sale for £999 instead of the usual £1249, therefore a saving of £250. Another G5 deal was posted for £899 from Currys a few days ago but I think this is better du… Read more

In fairness they never should have processed and shipped it if they couldn't honour it. Or at least gave an immediate refund if you never took possession of the laptop. Mine was cancelled while it was in China and still went round the world and back! Still awaiting my refund..


Yeah I will get a refund in 5-7 days which is fine by me. I just cant believe it was down the road and within a few hours of delivery when it got sent back. I guess its fair enough as I shouldnt have had the code anyway XD


Have you got a refund yet? To say there customer service is disgraceful is an understatement.


Mine was out for delivery in about 4 hours when it was cancelled. Gutted as it was a good deal. Thanks for the code anyway.


Sounds familiar. I had notification from the carrier but in error apparently. Still haven't had a refund so refused to get off the phone unless a manager spoke to me. It's being reinvestigated. Will let you know mate but don't give up.

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Dell S2417DG 2k 1ms 165hz 23.8" G-Sync gaming monitor £364.38 at Dell
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
First post but this is a Great gaming monitor and it's the cheapest it has been for a while. It is a TN panel so no doubt people will vote cold Edit: this is Inc VAT and free deliv… Read more

hmm this or the AOC-AG241QG?


Ummm. Better how?


Indeed. That is the one. Had the other model in my phone keyboard history. Makes sens as the model has 27 in it.. Thanks for the correction

si86efc There is the 27 inch version for £399. Only 1 left in stock.


24" is better. The 27" one has a low gamma preset and overshoot ghosting. They both have issues with banding, and even at £360 this is overpriced, I wouldn't pay more than £300 for either the 27" or 24".

Alienware AW3418DW 34 inch Ultrawide G-sync IPS 1440p £832.40 Delivered (£924.90 non-students) @ Dell
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Better monitor than the Acer X34P or Asus PG348Q in my opinion, with good reviews on Amazon, especially for its quality control. Now even cheaper than both of them on Dell's offici… Read more
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hi could someone drop us a code please


If someone also has a code I can use, it would be most appreciated. Cheers!


could use a coupon as well if someone has them! Thanks!


I'd really appreciate if someone has a unidays code they could PM me.


If you do a live chat with them, they'll offer non-students this for £889.

Dell laptop looking cheaper than other current gen i5 with 1050 4gb £649.17 @ Dell
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
More than £120 cheaper than another Dell which apparently has the same spec: i5-8300 1050 4gb Memory 8gb 2 hard drives - 1 SSD (125gb), and 1tb spinning drive They must have priced… Read more
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Oh well, definitely not a bargian now. (annoyed)


Would also like to know


Can the SSD be upgraded easily in this Dell?


This one doesn't have thunderbolt 3


correct -250gb SSD on the other model, and 125gb on this, but this has 1tb hard drive in addition! Best of both worlds, speedy loading for favorite game plus mass storage for the archive!

Dell S2716DG 27" G-Sync, 144Hz, 1ms, 1440p, TN gaming monitor £435.73 @ Dell
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Tech Specs Device Type LED-backlit LCD monitor - 27" Energy Class Class A+ Energy Consumption per Year 34 kWh Adaptive-Sync Technology NVIDIA G-SYNC Features USB 3.0 hub… Read more
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So you can just ask them if they can do a better deal? You just emailed them directly?


Too expensive but no choice if you want/need GSync. So wish AMD were competitive (and available) this gen so I could use freesync. Wanted a Vega 56 but none were available so got a 1070. Card is great but I’m not paying NGreedier tax for a monitor.


Not baaaad! Edit: No GSync, nothing to see here, move along.


Does the 15% off first order after sign up work with this?


Always worth messaging their customer service and seeing if they can do a better price. I did it and saved 14%!

Dell G3 Gaming Laptop (2018) i7 16GB ram Geforce 1050ti [ends midnight] - £999 @ Dell
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
Processor More Info 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8750H Processor (6-Core, 9MB Cache, up to 4.1GHz w/ Turbo Boost) Operating Systems Help Me Choose Windows 10 Home 64bit, Englis… Read more
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It does have Nvidia Optimus though which is good because when you're doing tasks that don't require discrete GPU, the iGPU will be used, maximising battery life and reducing fan noise. This is probably better for you if you're using it for primarily productivity. So to be honest, it's probably better that it doesn't have g-sync for you because g-sync and Optimus don't work together. You got a good purchase, you'll be happy with it


ah thanks for pointing that out! it dose not have G-sync your are right! Yer I forgot to add that it was not 16gb in disadvantage. but found some ram to pop into it :)


Read the spec page, no g-sync and you'll have to buy an extra 8gb stick if you want 16gb but it's still better than the op deal


So I know this is probably expired now but in conclusion, I ended up canceling this Dell and ordering the following: Advantage to the dell in the listing is: - 1060 Geforce card - Backpack and mouse -G-sync - Same price Disadvantage - Smaller screen size The Asus one is ok but the £100 off only applied when you use credit you may not get the credit, (if you get less than 999.99 credit you also can not top it up to get the £100 discount) and it doesn't come with the backpack and mouse like the one from Scan. If you want to get the same laptop as the one from scan listed above you can get it at £987.97 when you sign up for a £1 sub with which you will need to remember to cancel. this one also comes with a backpack and mouse but does not include delivery which came to around £5 for me. here: Pretty happy I ended up with a decent laptop with a good GFX card because of much feedback on here. This is why I love UKhotdeals. thanks team!


16GB ram Vs 8, better screen w/ g-sync, £1500 form factor and the fact it doesn't look too gamery was enough for me. And warranty wise, I've got until may 2019 with Asus just from registering serial number

Inspiron 13 7000, i7-8550U, 16gb RAM, 512gb SSD (NVMe), FHD IPS - £749 @ Dell
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Even the slower (i5) version of this, with half the RAM and half the storage (non-PCIe/NVMe, as well), gets a good review here:… Read more
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Is it really that bad? Anyone else have one seeing same? Any reviews I've looked at have said 6-8 hours, but is it likely to decline to 2.5 pretty fast?


Thanks! Ordered


No hdmi 2.0?


£675 on the Outlet with code DOBTS12.


Cheers man. That really is poor so thanks for the heads up.

Dell Inspiron 13.3" 7000 series - i7 16gb Ram 512gb SSD FHD Display £849 @ Dell + 4% Quidco Cashback
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Dell have a deal on for this just for today £119 off - way cheaper than everywhere. Whats everyones thoughts on this? JL seem to have this for way more -… Read more



Very strange, when I click that link or the original one, it doesn't work, but maybe it's just chrome being funny. Edit: Yep, pop-up blocker was blocking this one for some reason. My mistake!

beast125 that's the link i posted - works for me


FYI the link you've posted isn't working, but if this is indeed the same laptop I think the biggest concern most people will have is that it lacks a dedicated gpu. Seems like pretty decent specs for the price otherwise though, good for video editing I imagine. Edit: The link does seem to be working, it just wasn't for me because reasons.


Thats a nice cheap laptop

DELL Inspiron 15 5000 2-in-1 i7-8550u 15inchFHD 16GB DDR4 512SSD £779 @ Dell
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
Is this a good deal?

Educated guess, larger laptops are larger and generally have larger coolers and/or an additional fan.


Same CPU, smaller chassis, but higher class - educated guess, it will throtlle about the same.


Exactly, which is why I said to look at reviews to see how high it can sustain turbo boost. (y)


That is the 13" 7000.


Sorry yes I should have included some reference to random read/writes. Generally NVMe drives do have much higher IOPS. But like you said, I don't believe this laptop is aimed at those kind of use cases, it is a budget entry level laptop. Specifically for those users that think they need an 8th Gen i7 for watching youtube or using MS office.

Dell G5 15" gaming laptop  £999 with code at Dell
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8750H Processor (6-Core, 9MB Cache, up to 4.1GHz w/ Turbo Boost) 16GB, 2x8GB, DDR4, 2666MHz 256GB Solid State Drive (Boot) + 1TB 5400RPM Hard Drive… Read more

What games run ultra at 60fps. What about pubg.?


Mine arrived yesterday. Very pleased with it. I was surprised it was in their sale too. Massive improvement over my old desk top. Not use to a pc that starts up so fast. Lovely keyboard with blue back lighting not red!. The screen is fine for the price but connected it to my 4K tv via hdmi for the ultimate picture. Games run at over 60 FPS in ultra settings as per reviews on you tube.


Does anyone know how often this deal will happen? I always wanted this laptop but of course when I check its on deal it's expired :( Appreciate everyone's help


I'm guessing that the deal might have been accidentally applied to the G5, I was surprised that it was on sale TBH, they have only been out a couple of months and Dell want to shift their Kaby Lake stock.


I'd give Dell an ear bashing, I bought just after 9am, ordered confirmed and dispatched, should be with me on Wednesday, so if you bought at 8.30 can't see why they would cancel.

Dell Xps 15 9570 £1299 dell megadeal inc. VAT & delivery
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Hi, it's my first post. The dell have the xps 15, 16gb ram and 512ssd for 1299 on the mesgadeal today. Been waiting for this, I think it's a steal at this price.
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No. All fine for me!


I googled it. If you press FN + Esc it enables/disables the function keys lol...All working fine now. However, do you experience it feels laggy sometimes?


Xps is a premium product, should be faultless out of the box.


Try the dell support. They're really good!


It started working automatically. Doesnt look smooth though. The blacks looks grainy and spotty. Might have to find a way to calibrate the display

Inspiron 13 7000 laptop -  i5-8250U Processor, 8GB RAM £499 with coupon at Dell
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Reduced from £749 when using voucher code. 13-inch compact laptop with expansive views on a thin-bezel screen. Featuring CinemaSound and CinemaStream with options for touch disp… Read more

Thanks for posting this OP, ordered it this morning (y)


The screen is great on it. One of the best that I have seen. But the battery life just declines so rapidly - there used to be loads of complaints on the Dell forum but they magically all disappeared. Funny that. The over-heating is also a big issue as lots of people report some of the QWERT, ASD keys stopping working. The heat-pipe is under these and seems to get so hot that it fries those keys. There really is not enough ventilation in the case. A new problem is the sound just randomly stopping and a reboot being required. People have gone through driver hell doing all sorts to get it working reliably again or even just to get sound.


Fair comment, I bought it as a business tool but rarely use it evenings hence the game use. I was surprised it ran Fortnite and as I wanted to duo with my son I let him load it. I use dual screen with a 23 Dell monitor via usb-c but my son plays straight off the laptop screen - both run clear and detailed enough. As the laptop gives him access to more of his friends it is now his preference and it appears on par with the Xbox. Of course, I wouldn't recommend primarily for gaming. The laptop gets very hot unless seated on Technet fan tray which keeps it as cool as a cucumber


Yes. Enjoy the battery life whilst the laptop is new. Keep an eye on how fast it deteriorates in the coming year and report back.


Really, my son get a couple hours Fortnite before he realises he forgot to switch the plug on