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Early Black Friday Sale - 15% off at checkout with code (Can be stacked with discounts) e.g. New Inspiron 15 3000 was £429 now £364.65 @ Dell
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Morning folks! Seems Dell couldn't resist getting the fun started a little early, we won't complain! You can get 15% off at checkout with the below products. The code is stackable,… Read more
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After last year's Black Friday deal calamity with Dell? Not touching it with a bargepole. Screw 'em.

Thanks OP for posting a non chinese deal for a change. I give you +1 for that alone. Hot from me.....

Doesn't seem to be working for the XPS products...misleading title

Any standout desktops? I'm looking for a friend

Codes arent stackable. Cant use with the SAVE100 code for the i7 version of the Dell 13 5379
Alienware 13 gaming laptop (i7-7700HQ, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, GeForce GTX1060 8GB graphics, 13.3" OLED 2560x1440 screen) £1,627.12 (£1,527.12 after cashback)
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This is a very well reviewed compact gaming laptop with a 13.3 inch QHD (2560x1440) OLED anti-glare display. Other specs: - i7-7700HQ processor - 16GB RAM - 256GB M.2 SSD - GeForce… Read more

I think there are codes released regularly that discount the price down to 1450 or thereabouts.

I don't know how their warranty work but when I bought my laptop from Currys/ ebay I had my warranty extended to 15 months.
Edited by: "Maniek133" 17th Nov

Marekj3 m ago

You can get one, just not in a 13" form factor.

Yeah would be stepping up to 15". Suppose depends on how important portability is for people!

Slim913 h, 7 m ago

Nice, but looking for a 1070 for that price range imo


You can get one, just not in a 13" form factor.

It'a an amazing little machine, and the OLED panel ruins all others laptop screens for you, once you see it.

It's worth picking one up from the outlet, though. They pop up regularly for about £1200.

Must be gold plated too, right?
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Dell Inspiron 15 7577 gaming laptop (i7-7700HQ, 16GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 15.6” Full HD IPS screen, GTX1050 Ti 4GB graphics) £999 (£899 after cashback)
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Great spec for a gaming laptop considering the price. Two stacking discounts can be combined to bring the effective price down to just £899: 1. Use code “SAVE100” at checkout to r… Read more

Marekj16th Nov

HiI sent one back from the outlet as it didn't have a backlit keyboard (as …HiI sent one back from the outlet as it didn't have a backlit keyboard (as advertised). It had a 4k screen and a non-ti 1050. They do exist, but sounds like it isn't an issue, as it want for me.


Just took delivery and I did get the 1050ti
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only problem is the right internal fan is loose and clicking !ffs, so its on to dell support.

Has to be £800 + to use the code

Deanotabsy46 m ago

I had the same issue, i then tried the code with a space at the end and it …I had the same issue, i then tried the code with a space at the end and it worked. Random i know but it may help.



Just tried it, still not working on the Dell 15 7000 Inspiron (non-gaming version)
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ericlered4 h, 19 m ago

I know, I was looking at the £999 one down to £799 but the SAVE100 code i …I know, I was looking at the £999 one down to £799 but the SAVE100 code isn't working for it, so only comes to the same price as this gaming model.

I had the same issue, i then tried the code with a space at the end and it worked. Random i know but it may help.

haritori2 h, 1 m ago

Yeah i thought it was too, but speaking to live chat apparently the 4K …Yeah i thought it was too, but speaking to live chat apparently the 4K model only comes with the Ti its just the description that doesnt say Ti.. if its not I can return, but its for my mrs, she uses a lot of design programs, so wont really be used for gaming at all, so 1050 or Ti is a non issue in that sense.


Hi

I sent one back from the outlet as it didn't have a backlit keyboard (as advertised). It had a 4k screen and a non-ti 1050. They do exist, but sounds like it isn't an issue, as it want for me.
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Dell Inspiron 15-5577 gaming laptop (i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, Geforce GTX1050 4GB graphics, 15.6" Full HD screen) - £849 (£749 after cashback) @ Dell
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The GTX1050 graphics aren't going to set the world on fire, but overall this looks like a decent games-oriented laptop when you consider the price-point it's pitched at. Of course,… Read more

allthegamingdeals17 h, 16 m ago

Coupon isn't working. Gives the error "This is a valid coupon code, but …Coupon isn't working. Gives the error "This is a valid coupon code, but there are no matching items currently in your cart.".


On that note - if you have problems this is easily sorted through IM with a sales rep.

Coupon isn't working. Gives the error "This is a valid coupon code, but there are no matching items currently in your cart.".

brilly1 h, 37 m ago

they dont really need to cut corners or if they did they could add an …they dont really need to cut corners or if they did they could add an upgrade option at cost - decent panels aren't that expensive and would cater to more people



They do cut corners and they do offer an upgrade option

I have the 7567 same specs but with a 1050ti, the tn panel isn't that bad, just be sure to calibrate it in settings for white balance, arrives a tad too warm.

But for now I would recommend holding your cash for an 8th gen machine or waiting for the 7th gen to fall in price

ramo551 h, 41 m ago

If you're used to basic tn panels this won't be much different. If you …If you're used to basic tn panels this won't be much different. If you want an upgrade tho, then this one isn't that good. But hey, they have to cut corners somewhere to get the price down.


they dont really need to cut corners or if they did they could add an upgrade option at cost - decent panels aren't that expensive and would cater to more people
Dell Inspiron 13 5379 (i7-8550U, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3" Full HD IPS touchscreen) - £869 (£769 after cashback) @ Dell
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Powerful, compact business-oriented laptop which can also be used in tablet mode thanks to its 360-degree hinge. Spec includes: - Latest 8th gen Intel i7-8550U processor (4 cores,… Read more

Seems like a stonking good deal. However, earlier reviews from 2017 note that the screen is terrible. Do you think that Dell fixed this? On the listing it is shown as "Full HD Screen 1920x1080 with wide viewing angles".

Have people who have seen this in person actually seen the up to date model with the 8th Gen processors, or the one that Currys/PCWorld are selling which is the one with the 7th Gen processors??

Very tempted to order and then return it if not up to scratch...

It's a great deal, though not quite perfect for me - I'd trade off the i7 to an i5, and 16gb for 8gb, in exchange for a sharper screen.

Even still, I'm tempted to order, as it is a really really good deal!

Genki4 h, 1 m ago

It's in the sub-category "New 13 2-in-1" under the "5000 Series" heading …It's in the sub-category "New 13 2-in-1" under the "5000 Series" heading of this category pagehttp://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/laptop-and-2-in-1-pcs/sc/laptops?~ck=bt


That's the thing, it seems like it is still using the slightly bulky shell not the new thinner one.

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westarmy1 h, 0 m ago

Can someone confirm this is the newer model 5000 series or the old bulky …Can someone confirm this is the newer model 5000 series or the old bulky one?



It's in the sub-category "New 13 2-in-1" under the "5000 Series" heading of this category page
dell.com/en-…=bt

Can someone confirm this is the newer model 5000 series or the old bulky one?
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Dell Inspiron 15-7570 (i7-8550U, 8GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, 15.6" Full HD IPS screen, Geforce 940MX graphics) £899 - £799 after cashback @ Dell
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Business-oriented laptop with an excellent spec: - Latest 8th gen Intel i7-8550U processor (4 cores, 8 threads) - 8GB RAM - 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive - 15.6-inch FHD (1… Read more

adamspencer956 h, 32 m ago

better for what though?if it's aimed at office work, the only thing you …better for what though?if it's aimed at office work, the only thing you may want a GPU for is 3D rendering, and this 940MX won't really improve it too much over the iGPUall at the cost of heat and power consumption which would be more important for office use



Oh no, the 940MX is a MASSIVE improvement over integrated graphics.

In the same way that drinking cold, four day old tea is a massive improvement over drinking diarrhoea.
Edited by: "dijital" 12th Nov

Genki4 h, 9 m ago

Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it …Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it means none of the system RAM gets used for graphics.


Yh but when it’s that weak might as well have the better battery life of not having it.

Decent spec apart from the screen, I would only buy 4k

Genki34 m ago

Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it …Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it means none of the system RAM gets used for graphics.


Considering that the CPU has a TDP of only 15W, being able to allocate all of that to the CPU due to having a discrete GPU will improve the CPU performance as well if you load them both heavily.

Genki16 m ago

Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it …Because it's still much better than the built-in graphics, and also it means none of the system RAM gets used for graphics.


better for what though?

if it's aimed at office work, the only thing you may want a GPU for is 3D rendering, and this 940MX won't really improve it too much over the iGPU

all at the cost of heat and power consumption which would be more important for office use
Dell Inspiron 5000 (i7-8550U, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD, 15.6" Full HD screen) £799.01 - £699.01 after cashback
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The Dell Inspiron 15 5000 comes with: Core i7-8550U processor (Intel's very latest 8th generation super-efficient 4 core 8 thread processor) 16GB RAM Both 256GB SSD & 2TB HDD D… Read more

Genki11th Nov

If you'd prefer a larger screen, you can get a Dell Inspiron 17 5000 with …If you'd prefer a larger screen, you can get a Dell Inspiron 17 5000 with exactly the same spec but a 17.3" Full HD screen for £100 more i.e. it will be £799.01 after the double discount trick. Follow the link below:http://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/laptop-and-2-in-1-pcs/inspiron-17-5000/spd/inspiron-17-5770-laptop/cn77004



The 17.3" is definitely IPS screen, I don't think 15.6" is, neither appear to be backlit keyboards, I'm more interested in the 17 anyway, if only I could get that darn HP offer outta my mind.

thekitkatshuffler13th Nov

Cracking deal.So why am I getting hung-up on a small detail like the …Cracking deal.So why am I getting hung-up on a small detail like the non-backlit keyboard?!


Funnily enough, so am I

Will this be able to edit videos?

Genki4 m ago

It should say it does if you follow the link to see all configurations.


Tremendous! Deleted my comment to avoid confusion.

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thekitkatshuffler6 m ago

Cashback is only payable on laptops marked as qualifying. Can't see this …Cashback is only payable on laptops marked as qualifying. Can't see this one being marked as such but more than happy for someone to point out my error.


It should say it does if you follow the link to see all configurations.
Dell Inspiron 17 5000 (i7-8550U, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HD, 17.3" Full HD screen) £799 - £699 after cashback @ Dell
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A meaty computer if you're not a gamer... - 8th gen i7-8550U processor (that's a 4-core chip, unlike the 7th gen i7-7500U, and much faster) - 8GB RAM - 128GB SSD - 1TB HDD - 17.3" … Read more

but yes I'm waiting until Black Friday. its too much of a coincidence that this deal ends on 23rd.

not noticed anyone say this but if you look at the top spec one next to it you get £100 off with code and £100 cashback making it £799 for a 256gb SSD, 2TB HDD, and 16GB ram. this seems a better deal for a £100 increase. and yes I did confirm via online chat you can get both discounts.

dell.com/en-…004
Edited by: "cypher007" 15th Nov

Cyber Monday?

Every thread has somebody in it suggesting that we all go into hibernation until black friday.

Johncouk5 h, 34 m ago

Laptops 'OVER' £799 get £100 cashback, so as this laptop is NOT 'OVER' £ …Laptops 'OVER' £799 get £100 cashback, so as this laptop is NOT 'OVER' £799 there is no cashback?


32389881-aDOzU.jpgHighlighted text reads as per OP above
"This product qualifies for £100 cashback.
Buy now and claim cashback at delldirectoffers.com
Free delivery (was £19.99) on Inspiron and XPS laptops and desktops."
Suggest you check with Sales Team as advised by OP above.
Dell Alienware 17R4 17inch  i7-7700 (3.8) 8GB DDR4, 1060 6GB gaming laptop [Cert Refurb]
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- Use the code DO1272 for 12% of the total cost - Use Quidco to claim 1% cashback potentially bringing the cost to £1141 (not great but it all counts) Reviews here: https://www.… Read more
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This deal is over.

Use the chat to buy, its easier

I brought the 17 r4 with uhd display 120hz, gtx1070, 16gb ram, 512ssd for 1507 pounds

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666moe6661 h, 54 m ago

E-mailed them but then gave them a ring not long after to get a …E-mailed them but then gave them a ring not long after to get a response.The person on the phone didn't acknowledge any sort of problem with their systems and said that if the order hadn't appeared on my account within the next few hours just presume it hadn't gone through as she couldn't find it on her system.Woke up to a response to the e-mail today saying they acknowledged that there was some 'ordering errors on their system' and that these should be cleared up within 24-48 hours.Should've learnt my lesson really. When I ordered from Dell about 8 year ago they pushed my system back about 3 different times when I was waiting for it to do uni work on, wasn't ideal.THIS IS NOT A DRILL! As soon as I started writing this I got an order acknowledgement e-mail so god knows whats going on?!


Got one tgis morning as well but cancelling. Black Friday in 3 weeks.

stevenfeeney30th Oct

Weirdly enough...I don't have a confirmation email either or an order in …Weirdly enough...I don't have a confirmation email either or an order in my Dell account.OR the money taken. WTF? But...just had an email from Quidco confirming the £13 has tracked for the payment.


E-mailed them but then gave them a ring not long after to get a response.

The person on the phone didn't acknowledge any sort of problem with their systems and said that if the order hadn't appeared on my account within the next few hours just presume it hadn't gone through as she couldn't find it on her system.

Woke up to a response to the e-mail today saying they acknowledged that there was some 'ordering errors on their system' and that these should be cleared up within 24-48 hours.


Should've learnt my lesson really. When I ordered from Dell about 8 year ago they pushed my system back about 3 different times when I was waiting for it to do uni work on, wasn't ideal.


THIS IS NOT A DRILL! As soon as I started writing this I got an order acknowledgement e-mail so god knows whats going on?!
Dell Inspiron 17 - 5767 (using code DELLOUT15) at Dell Out for £393.55
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15% OFF Dell Outlet laptops, PCs, desktops and servers using code DELLOUT15 Tech Specs Inspiron 17 - 5767 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-7200U (Dual Core,3M Cache, up to 3… Read more

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Zek28th Oct

Aren't 8th Gen Core processors for laptops supposed to be quite a big leap …Aren't 8th Gen Core processors for laptops supposed to be quite a big leap compared to 7th gen? Better battery life and performance than a usual generation leap? Might hold out for one



personaljesus2428th Oct

ive had a couple from dell outlet and all have been in as new condition

I can imagine they have certain standards. I genuinely thought it was a good deal. Heat was added

Can't add to basket without "premium support" add on which costs c £100

These are used?
Dell Inspiron 15 5570 Laptop i5-8250U 15.6" £615 @ Dell with code
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Processor: 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (6MB Cache, up to 3.4 GHz) - although it's a U this model has 4 physical cores Screen: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare LED … Read more
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michele.castelluzzo19th Nov

Did you eventually bought the 5570? What do you think of battery life and …Did you eventually bought the 5570? What do you think of battery life and the costruction in general? Since I'm looking for a laptop to last a few years, I'm trying to decide if the alluminum chassis of the 7570 is worth losing a bit of storage (eventually upgradable in the future) to keep the price almost equal to the 5570.

No I bottled it but there seems to be quite a few similar spec deals around now like some of the HP ones posted today. Hoping Dell might have some good offers for black Friday. Also going to keep an eye on the outlet in the hope one of these shows up, although at lot of them on there don't seem that cheap once you add VAT unless there's an active voucher code to bring the price down.

LankyChris26th Oct

So there's a bonus £10 on Quidco at the …So there's a bonus £10 on Quidco at the moment:https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/quidco-10-cashback-with-100-spend-all-retailers-included-2818029With that and the standard 4% Quidco, assuming it pays out, it brings the price down to £580. I think I'm going to go for this. From a quick Google the main issue with TN screens seems to be reduced viewing angle. Given the rest of the specs at this price I think I can live with that unless anyone wants to convince me otherwise. There's always the return period if the screen is really poor.I've been looking for a laptop around £500 with Full HD, SSD, 8Gb (or less provided it's easily upgradable. I don't want to have to take the whole case apart and remove the motherboard to do it) For a bit over budget the CPU on this has got me sold.


Did you eventually bought the 5570? What do you think of battery life and the costruction in general? Since I'm looking for a laptop to last a few years, I'm trying to decide if the alluminum chassis of the 7570 is worth losing a bit of storage (eventually upgradable in the future) to keep the price almost equal to the 5570.

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So there's a bonus £10 on Quidco at the moment:
hotukdeals.com/dis…029

With that and the standard 4% Quidco, assuming it pays out, it brings the price down to £580.


I think I'm going to go for this. From a quick Google the main issue with TN screens seems to be reduced viewing angle. Given the rest of the specs at this price I think I can live with that unless anyone wants to convince me otherwise. There's always the return period if the screen is really poor.


I've been looking for a laptop around £500 with Full HD, SSD, 8Gb (or less provided it's easily upgradable. I don't want to have to take the whole case apart and remove the motherboard to do it) For a bit over budget the CPU on this has got me sold.

TN display?

A deal breaker!

LankyChris14 h, 32 m ago

Thanks for the extra information. Where did you find that out?


A 10 second Google "dell inspiron 15 5570 review" delivers this
"...Having a sharp Full HD 1920×1080-pixel display resolution instead of the budget HD 1366×768 is a good selling point of the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5570 / i5570. The same applies to optional touch-screen support. But, the screen is based on TN technology, meaning it lacks IPS tech for wide viewing angles."

Dell Visor Mixed Reality headset £349 (plus possible 4.2% TCB)
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The Dell Visor looks to be one of the sleeker of the Mixed Realty headsets and perhaps the best headset available to us in the UK (Samsung have already said that their OLED headset… Read more

mtc125th Oct

You have to spend £800 on a HP pc to get the cashback.



You do I didn't realise that when I posted, sorry

PCArcade7 h, 29 m ago

Or get the HP version with controllers for only £30 more with the deal I …Or get the HP version with controllers for only £30 more with the deal I posted last week.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/windows-mixed-reality-hp-headset-37999-12month-bnpl-verycouk-2811815OR order direct from HP: same price as this once you factor in the £50 cashback


You have to spend £800 on a HP pc to get the cashback.

Or if your a 'student' go through Student Beans and you can get the HP for £339.
Edited by: "mtc1" 27th Oct

Or get the HP version with controllers for only £30 more with the deal I posted last week.

hotukdeals.com/dea…815

OR order direct from HP: same price as this once you factor in the £50 cashback

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I have detected an awful lot of (what feels like) "anti- mixed reality" sentiment out on the web - largely from Rift and Vive users who perhaps feel threatened?


I would advise anyone to try out one of the new headsets for themselves and make up your own mind:

Follow the link below for locations of live demos in the UK:

moremixedreality.com/mar…uk/
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Dell Inspiron 15 7577 - £967.12 @ Dell
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The new addition to the Inspiron 15 7000 series. This one was just released a few days ago. It's the improved version of the inspiron 7567 with a better screen. This has the GTX 10… Read more
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thekitkatshuffler25th Sep

Even with the IPS panels, it sounds like you'll need to go for 4K to get a …Even with the IPS panels, it sounds like you'll need to go for 4K to get a good screen.Notebook Check updated their review and say the 1080p IPS screen is poor quality.https://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-Inspiron-15-7000-7567-Gaming-Notebook-Review.196454.0.html#toc-update-full-hd-ips-display


Not seen the screen in person but the stats don't lie, it's awful. Possibly the worst reviewed IPS screen I've seen on Notebookcheck.

Even with the IPS panels, it sounds like you'll need to go for 4K to get a good screen.

Notebook Check updated their review and say the 1080p IPS screen is poor quality.

notebookcheck.net/Del…tml

Bought this yesterday, GAME12 for a 12% discount

Many thanks for posting this up.

At last we can say goodbye to the rubbish TN 1080p screen. Can't get the GAME12 code to work on my tablet but I'll see if this works on Windows.

I'm assuming there will be another upgrade shortly where they move these laptops over to the new Kaby Lake-R CPUs (which would like it's a big deal if your inclination is to go 'cheap' i5 as opposed to 'expensive' i7).
Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor: AW2518HF - £349.99 at Dell
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Been looking for a monitor for a while. Not bad for our AMD users, 240hz refresh rate and a 400 nit brightness 1ms response 25 inches at 1080p /W freesync
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PR13 h, 39 m ago

Someone fancy linking the 1440/4k monitors I should be looking at instead …Someone fancy linking the 1440/4k monitors I should be looking at instead of this? 1080 seems a waste of my 1080's...


Oh sozzles mate! This is the one I bought itcsales.co.uk/aca…tml

Someone fancy linking the 1440/4k monitors I should be looking at instead of this? 1080 seems a waste of my 1080's...

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adam081247 m ago

Not bad, though you can get 27' 1440p/144hz freesync monitors for around …Not bad, though you can get 27' 1440p/144hz freesync monitors for around £400. Every review of a 240hz monitor I have watched says the difference between 144/165 and 240hz is very negligible. I would prefer the extra resolution.


Thats true. I didn't buy this one. Opted for a 1440p 24 inch one with 165hz for £360.

However I think the design here is nice and in some cases it will complement a setup more than the bog standard styling of other monitors. I guess it's down to personal choice.

Not bad, though you can get 27' 1440p/144hz freesync monitors for around £400. Every review of a 240hz monitor I have watched says the difference between 144/165 and 240hz is very negligible. I would prefer the extra resolution.

This is 1920x1080, so it's a bigger monitor than the 2560x1080 25" screens.
Dell 22 Monitor: S2218M Over Half Price £100 @ Dell UK
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Saw this and looked like a good deal (although no expert so I am sure you can all be the judge!) Display Type LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix Energy Class… Read more
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Monitor purchased. Heat added. OP thanked.

Yes, simply hold one in each hand...

Does anyone know if this one is mountable on the arms??

BetaRomeo11 h, 27 m ago

To be fair, the OP says that it's over half price. Technically, even full …To be fair, the OP says that it's over half price. Technically, even full price is over half price.


And that would be a slam dunk!, hehehe. :-D

GDB22228 h, 40 m ago

Yes, I know it's £100 now. I was just commenting that no way was it ever …Yes, I know it's £100 now. I was just commenting that no way was it ever worth £200. So, it's good value now, but it's obviously not really half price.


To be fair, the OP says that it's over half price. Technically, even full price is over half price.
Dell Inspiron Desktop With Monitor £519.61 @ Dell
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Processor 7th Gen Intel® Core i3-7100 processor (3MB Cache, up to 3.90 GHz) Video Card Intel® HD Graphics 630 with shared graphics memory Operating System Windows 10 Home (64Bit) M… Read more
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madmikeyb839 h, 42 m ago

Unfortunately computer deals are a bit funny on here, basically anything …Unfortunately computer deals are a bit funny on here, basically anything that is over £200 gets voted old because the obnoxious will point out that you could build a better PC for cheaper. While that is technically true, building a PC is not for everyone and therefore PC's like this appeal to a different market. Good Luck with whichever one you go for.


Yeah I have noticed that and thought it was maybe the "apple" fans voting down the windows deals. Desktops seem to be old hat now as well especially packages like this one unless your looking for a gaming pc which makes finding a decent deal somewhat harder. It's all tabs, laptops and ipads these days. Anyway thanks again for your comments. Will try an online chat today and see if there is any more discount to be had.

greyfergie5 h, 13 m ago

No need to apologise and I appreciate what you were pointing out. It's …No need to apologise and I appreciate what you were pointing out. It's just a shame that some of the others who voted it cold could not take the time to point out better deals.......


Unfortunately computer deals are a bit funny on here, basically anything that is over £200 gets voted old because the obnoxious will point out that you could build a better PC for cheaper. While that is technically true, building a PC is not for everyone and therefore PC's like this appeal to a different market. Good Luck with whichever one you go for.

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guilbert5312 m ago

There is a Dell 3668 desktop on Dell Outlet for £300.65 (including VAT) - …There is a Dell 3668 desktop on Dell Outlet for £300.65 (including VAT) - no monitor but easy to buy one separately.CPU - i3-71008GB ram1TB hard driveI wont link to it as Dell Outlet items change rapidly. Just go in to Dell Outlet and look for Desktop and search by lowest price.


Will check that out, thanks.

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madmikeyb831 h, 33 m ago

Absolutely. APologies, I wasn't suggesting yours wasnt a good deal I think …Absolutely. APologies, I wasn't suggesting yours wasnt a good deal I think it is great value, i merely provided a slightly cheaper alternative based on your intended usage. Heat Added


No need to apologise and I appreciate what you were pointing out. It's just a shame that some of the others who voted it cold could not take the time to point out better deals.......

There is a Dell 3668 desktop on Dell Outlet for £300.65 (including VAT) - no monitor but easy to buy one separately.

CPU - i3-7100
8GB ram
1TB hard drive

I wont link to it as Dell Outlet items change rapidly. Just go in to Dell Outlet and look for Desktop and search by lowest price.
Dell Inspiron 15 - 5578 2-in-1 Laptop at Dell Outlet with discount code  Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-7500U £736.16 @ Dell
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jennislattery4 h, 4 m ago

I have had the opposite experience with Dell at work. This comes with a 12 …I have had the opposite experience with Dell at work. This comes with a 12 month collect and return warranty.


I guess its like all companies - it depends on the experience you've had with them. Just like the poster above mentioned, I've also found their laptops to be less and less reliable. The biggest issue with Dell is the lack of support when that 12 months is up - they simply refuse to answer any questions or give any support. The only 'support' is to look through the FAQ's, which are useless for more advanced problems. The only response you get from Dell is an offer to purchase an extended support package, which is backdated to when the 12 months finished. Then they will consider speaking to you. My current Dell is three years old and the LCD has randomly decided to stop working. To speak to anyone at Dell I would need to first stomp up almost £300. It's so poor.

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iibdii11 h, 15 m ago

My first Dell lasted 5 years, 2nd lasted 3 and third lasted 1 yearWon't …My first Dell lasted 5 years, 2nd lasted 3 and third lasted 1 yearWon't buy fourth one quality seems to be going down the hill Had charging problem in first month

I have had the opposite experience with Dell at work. This comes with a 12 month collect and return warranty.

My first Dell lasted 5 years, 2nd lasted 3 and third lasted 1 year
Won't buy fourth one quality seems to be going down the hill
Had charging problem in first month

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safyyy18 h, 43 m ago

Have this exact laptop, i got it about 4 months ago at 854 including 1 …Have this exact laptop, i got it about 4 months ago at 854 including 1 year accidental cover.In all honesty its a decent laptop, runs up fast cus of the ssd (sata ssd btw) however recently had an issue where the laptop was doing updates (windows update) and the battery must have died, so kept getting a error message of [Image] So had to restore OS.Screen is pretty good, black could be better but its perfect for my eyesight. Personally only down side is it has no dedicated graphics card meaning i have to resort to the console for any heavy gaming.

Luckily I'm not a heavy gamer!

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djeyewater19 h, 27 m ago

Price before 10% discount shows as £899 for me. I guess it was less when …Price before 10% discount shows as £899 for me. I guess it was less when this deal was posted?

Sounds like you went to the main Dell site, not Dell Outlet. The link seems to be routing people to the main Dell site now. Maybe Dell wised up?!

Ignore the link above. Search for Dell Outlet on Google and then for the above laptop in the outlet site. You will find this deal as shown in the pic below. The discount code will make it 10% cheaper, whilst its active. Good luck!


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Receive £100 cashback on orders over £599 or £150 back over £999 on laptops and desktops. Offer ends 22 August. @ Dell
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Receive £100 cashback on orders over £599 or £150 back over £999 on laptops and desktops. Offer ends 22 August.
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lareneg2 h, 33 m ago

Dell have a price match policy. If you go into the sales chat and link …Dell have a price match policy. If you go into the sales chat and link them to the same product on Amazon, John Lewis, Currys/PC World etc which are at the 'real' price then they will match to that. They matched me on the FHD / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / 97Whr battery from £1,649 to £1,539 (listed at PC World and Amazon at £1,549).The salesperson I spoke to said I couldn't use my MyUniDays 10% code, but further discounted it from the matched £1,539 to £1,479. So not a 10% discount, but still better than nothing. I was assured that my purchase was still eligible for the £150 cashback.


£60 + £150 = £210. Not bad getting that £60 on top of the £150.

ritwolf7th Aug

The prices for the XPS 9560 have been inflated so the discount leaves the …The prices for the XPS 9560 have been inflated so the discount leaves the item at the previous price. Honestly, didn't expect this from Dell


Dell have a price match policy. If you go into the sales chat and link them to the same product on Amazon, John Lewis, Currys/PC World etc which are at the 'real' price then they will match to that. They matched me on the FHD / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / 97Whr battery from £1,649 to £1,539 (listed at PC World and Amazon at £1,549).

TonyM0119 h, 21 m ago

Does anyone know if the 10% edu discount can be used with the cashback …Does anyone know if the 10% edu discount can be used with the cashback offer? (e.g. buy a Dell product for £1300 - 10% = £1170, then get £150 cashback = £1020, saving £280 in total?)


The salesperson I spoke to said I couldn't use my MyUniDays 10% code, but further discounted it from the matched £1,539 to £1,479. So not a 10% discount, but still better than nothing. I was assured that my purchase was still eligible for the £150 cashback.

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TonyM011 h, 40 m ago

Does anyone know if the 10% edu discount can be used with the cashback …Does anyone know if the 10% edu discount can be used with the cashback offer? (e.g. buy a Dell product for £1300 - 10% = £1170, then get £150 cashback = £1020, saving £280 in total?)


T&C don't say not but say 'refurbished items are excluded'.

CowPuncher7th Aug

Anyone have experience with Dell cashback offers? I presume they are …Anyone have experience with Dell cashback offers? I presume they are pretty good. I'm after a dell xps 13, might be worth it with this offer plus a 10% edu staff discount.



Does anyone know if the 10% edu discount can be used with the cashback offer? (e.g. buy a Dell product for £1300 - 10% = £1170, then get £150 cashback = £1020, saving £280 in total?)
An all-in-one desktop £579 / £479 with £100 cashback @ Dell
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Seems like a decent deal with reasonable spec. http://www.dell.com/uk/p/inspiron-22-3264-aio/pd?oc=cd26405&dgc=ST&cid=41141&lid=1069630&acd=239715600820560&ve… Read more
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Not really comparable to a laptop though given the screen size.

Still no better deals posted from any of the cold voters!

Happy to take comparison on desktop with monitor doesn't need to be an AIO.

Come on show me why this is so cold, what am I missing?

GDB22226 h, 58 m ago

More maintenance than a desktop, as very hard to fix if it goes wrong. But …More maintenance than a desktop, as very hard to fix if it goes wrong. But it looks much tidier. Compared to a laptop, you get a nicer screen and a keyboard you can move around. I don't really think much of all in ones though, as they are not portable, but expensive to maintain.


Never had an issue with my iMac...

CarlottaMonroe2 h, 29 m ago

Are there any benefits of an all in one over a laptop? The specs seem …Are there any benefits of an all in one over a laptop? The specs seem similar to their similarly priced laptops. I can see an all in one being tidier and less maintenance than a desktop, but other than that can't see any benefit?


More maintenance than a desktop, as very hard to fix if it goes wrong. But it looks much tidier.
Compared to a laptop, you get a nicer screen and a keyboard you can move around. I don't really think much of all in ones though, as they are not portable, but expensive to maintain.

Are there any benefits of an all in one over a laptop? The specs seem similar to their similarly priced laptops. I can see an all in one being tidier and less maintenance than a desktop, but other than that can't see any benefit?

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Am still waiting for one of the many people who have voted this cold to post up a better deal.........
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ALIENWARE AURORA - Dell Gaming Desktop at Dell for £1327.91
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This seems like a good deal to me but I am not too informed on gaming PCs. Intel® Core™ i7-6700 Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.0GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology) NVIDIA GeFor… Read more

these are cool and quiet until the PSU fan kicks in and it sounds like a jet engine lol

dasachmo26th Jul

whats the build quality like? I thought alienware is meant to be the best ?

Looks great!. They do brief overview videos of their different models, or you can custom build on their website. Check out their YouTube channel: 3XS

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MikeLondon

You don't list the hard drive but feel it important to state air cooled … You don't list the hard drive but feel it important to state air cooled PSU oO



Hard drives are not very expensive or difficult to change...most people, as evidenced by the comments, want to know about the PSU in regards to future upgrades to GPU etc......also i might have forgot to paste the hard drive information

gener4l_carnage

Would this Gaming rig comfortably suit VR gaming such as Oculus Rift at … Would this Gaming rig comfortably suit VR gaming such as Oculus Rift at say it's best settings straight out the box or would there be more work to do to it?



Yes, it would do a great job.

CampGareth

A 1000W power supply can supply 1000W DC output to the components of the … A 1000W power supply can supply 1000W DC output to the components of the computer, it can draw more than that from the wall. If it were 80% efficient it'd draw up to 1250W from the wall. 250W power draw? Odd, I'm seeing 180W in places like this tom's hardware review of power consumption at the PCI-E socket and extra power connectors. It does spike a lot higher than that, but there's some leeway in dell's PSU, plus most good ones can supply about 100W more than their rating for short bursts so I wouldn't worry.



Yes, that was my bad in a rush, a 460W PSU will (should) output 460W DC-side. But personally, and maybe this is just me, but I try not to push my PSUs at full load above about 80-90% maximum output and Dell is cutting it fine here. I think I've been looking at the 'Ti' version...