New Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Touch-Screen i7 Ultrabook with UHD 4K Display - £150 off with promo and voucher. £629.99 with FREE delivery. @ Dell
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New Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Touch-Screen i7 Ultrabook with UHD 4K Display - £150 off with promo and voucher. £629.99 with FREE delivery. @ Dell

£629.99Dell Deals
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Found 18th Apr 2015
Seems like a great price for a good spec laptop with UHD screen.

Get 10% off with code in the header on dell site.

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Where is the link please

Reviews are really mixed, issues with keyword and weight

Original Poster

I've gone for one, will soon send it back if there are any problems last month went hot at £750

cooldude01

Reviews are really mixed, issues with keyword and weight




Maybe yours suffers with the same issue.!

shauneco

Maybe yours suffers with the same issue.!



Lol , nice one

Dell no longer on cashback sites ?

Original Poster

Dell pulled out of cash back sites last year

These low power CPU's worth it?

Looking for a decent laptop, for using Photoshop extensively - and not a great deal else really.

Will this play Championship Manager: Season 97/98 on ultra settings?









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LocoMoFo9999

Will this play Championship Manager: Season 97/98 on ultra settings?:)


No but should smash Manic Minor

I got 17 7000 series its awesome laptop

daviebroon

These low power CPU's worth it?Looking for a decent laptop, for using … These low power CPU's worth it?Looking for a decent laptop, for using Photoshop extensively - and not a great deal else really.


I wish they'd leave the CPU s as full fat i7s, these low power versions really are bottlenecked

Excellent price.. £120 cheaper than last months deal on here that got 600 degree's
Edited by: "Straycat1967" 19th Apr 2015

I have this laptop - I posted the deal when it was £749.

It's got no issues with the keyboard as far as I know and its weight isn't that bad... just over 2Kg in its box.

Almost all ultrabooks are rip offs. £600+ and you can't even do light gaming on it.

I'd rather spend £100 more and end up with a GTX 960m based lappy.

How
will this play GTA V on half decent settings please?

cooldude01

Where is the link please


Here is a working link if the provided link isnt working for anyone else -----> dell.com/uk/…/pd

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Picard123

Almost all ultrabooks are rip offs. £600+ and you can't even do light … Almost all ultrabooks are rip offs. £600+ and you can't even do light gaming on it. I'd rather spend £100 more and end up with a GTX 960m based lappy.



I could cancel, can you point me in the direction for this GTX 960M for £729?

Picard123

Almost all ultrabooks are rip offs. £600+ and you can't even do light … Almost all ultrabooks are rip offs. £600+ and you can't even do light gaming on it. I'd rather spend £100 more and end up with a GTX 960m based lappy.



I doubt that laptop be less than 1" thick and weigh 2.5kg though. Ultrabooks are designed to be powerful and portable and will charge a premium for their thin and light design. If you want raw gaming power get a 17 inch 5kg behemoth, but this laptop would be ideal for Photoshop or autoCAD where gaming prowess is less important than raw processing power.

However you can spec the machine with a GTX 750 if you so wish.

I always like this review site for getting what I think are generally unbiased. Here's the link to let you guys decide for yourselves if this is the machine for you. Take in to account the price point is lower now so does need to be taken in to account. So many like to compare to this machine and that, but pound for pound for a general all rounder I don't think you'll get much better for circa 600 notes. Only down side is you have to deal with Dell's incompetent customer service/tech team in India!

notebookcheck.net/Del…tml



Edited by: "Straycat1967" 19th Apr 2015

rdecoratorUK

I got 17 7000 series its awesome laptop



I also have a 17 7000 and I hate it and will never buy from Dell again. They have massive quality control issues and their support is terrible.

Really need a DisplayPort laptop. These HDMI ones won't play nicely with a 2560x1440 monitor.

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Be79n

How will this play GTA V on half decent settings please?



Pretty sure it won't play it at All

If you want to run gta well buy a gaming desktop, a laptop just isn't gonna cut it.

Hot, but I'd find the 2014 model instead of this one if the 4k screen doesn't tickle your fancy... it had a higher build quality, better graphics card and a numpad on the keyboard.

What is the point of 4K resolution besides still image editing?
Apparently the gpu can hardly handle this resolution anyway.

mattturner756

CommentPretty sure it won't play it at AllIf you want to run gta well buy … CommentPretty sure it won't play it at AllIf you want to run gta well buy a gaming desktop, a laptop just isn't gonna cut it.


Totally incorrect. I have a dell 7537 with lower specs (Dual core 1.8ghz/gt 750m) and I can play GTA V at 1080p.

Really tempted. My current Inspiron just hit two years and I am missing the touch screen for Windows 8.1.
Price is still a bit high. When it hits below £600 I might bite. Thanks for posting!

I'll be cancelling the identical one I ordered from dell outlet for £720 on Friday then...!

Original Poster

I think it is safe to say looking for the "perfect" laptop is a real pain in the back side. I've been looking for one for ages and every deal that seems to get posted gets slated:-

Cheap financially, apparently you can always get the Holy Grail for an extra £100

Find an awesome Quad Core for £1,000 and you then get you can find the Holy Grail for a £100 less.

I just never seem to able to find the Holy Grail, maybe I should hold out for an i7 MacBook Pro for £599, but again someone will no doubt advice me how cold it will be because it's an Apple

sleth

CommentI could cancel, can you point me in the direction for this GTX … CommentI could cancel, can you point me in the direction for this GTX 960M for £729?


saveonlaptops.co.uk/NX.…tml

sleth

I think it is safe to say looking for the "perfect" laptop is a real pain … I think it is safe to say looking for the "perfect" laptop is a real pain in the back side. I've been looking for one for ages and every deal that seems to get posted gets slated:-Cheap financially, apparently you can always get the Holy Grail for an extra £100Find an awesome Quad Core for £1,000 and you then get you can find the Holy Grail for a £100 less.I just never seem to able to find the Holy Grail, maybe I should hold out for an i7 MacBook Pro for £599, but again someone will no doubt advice me how cold it will be because it's an Apple

aymen to that, as good as this site is you're always one more link and 'only' another 100 quid away from an infinitely better model.

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dkwookies

http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/NX.MUVEK.001-Acer-Aspire-V-Nitro-VN7-591G_1742248.html



I was hoping for other specs to be similar?

dkwookies

http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/NX.MUVEK.001-Acer-Aspire-V-Nitro-VN7-591G_1742248.html



Looks nice, though battery life is very 2012 and it's an Acer - and there budget stuff isn't great. I have an Acer Ferrari One (somewhere) and tha was pretty well put together,though even looked after hinges failed after about 18mths.

People wanting to game well (60fps@full hd or better) are still best off served by a desktop. Even the best gaming laptops won't let you game for long without mains power. If you want to be able to move your rig from place to place, or have limited space, then have a look what can be done in some micro sized rigs.

sleth

CommentI could cancel, can you point me in the direction for this GTX … CommentI could cancel, can you point me in the direction for this GTX 960M for £729?



saveonlaptops.co.uk/NX.…tml

Hot. bought the Inspiron 7537 (older version) for £594 in black friday sale and love it.

sleth

I was hoping for other specs to be similar?


That's the thing, it's always a balancing act. Great screen and processor on this dell or great graphics card on the Acer. Under a grand you always have to make a sacrifice. It all comes down to what you want to use it for. This Dell is amazing. I only posted link cos the original comment didnt have a reply

s1m0nc

I'll be cancelling the identical one I ordered from dell outlet for £720 … I'll be cancelling the identical one I ordered from dell outlet for £720 on Friday then...!


There is a video on youtube by Dave Lee and my god he makes this laptop sound bad. To summarise: really bad track pad, 3 hours battery life with light use, a very flexible screen meaning it warps and bends; during the 3 weeks he used the laptop it managed to warp so much that there is now a permanent scuff on the screen where it rubbed against its own arrow keys, gaming is basically a no go in 4k (not even counter strike could run well but that might be partly down to early drivers), the screen is highly reflective and the hdd is slow. I would cancel it m8 unless you are planning to use it as a desktop replacement and add a regular mouse. On the plus side he said the screen was good, it wasn't loud unless he was gaming, it can game at 1080p and that the keyboard and speakers were OK (this information is based on two reviews for this laptop on youtube).



Edited by: "titan13" 19th Apr 2015

dt_matthews

I wish they'd leave the CPU s as full fat i7s, these low power versions … I wish they'd leave the CPU s as full fat i7s, these low power versions really are bottlenecked


probably to balance battery life looking at a U HD screen
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