XPS 15(N00XL503) £629 @ Dabs
XPS 15(N00XL503) £629 @ Dabs

XPS 15(N00XL503) £629 @ Dabs

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Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
Intel® Core™ i5-460M Processor (2.53 GHz,3M)
OS Windows® Recovery Media Not included
No productivity Software selected
1 year of coverage included with your PC
No Accidental Damage Support
McAfee® SecurityCenter 3 Year Subscription
Computrace LoJack for Laptops, 1yr license - included with your PC
15.6 HD WLED TL (1366x768) 720p with 2.0 Mega Pixel Integrated Camera
4096MB 1333MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM [2x2048]
8x DVD+/-RW Optical Drive
640GB (7,200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive
6-cell 56Whr Lithium Ion battery
1GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 420M Graphics Card(Wireless N1000 Card Only)
Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1000 (EUR)
NO - Dell may NOT telephone me in relation to my order and related products and services
DataSafe Online Backup 2GB - 1 year licence
Metalloid Aluminum WLAN Cover
Also Includes
TvTuner Not Included
XPS L501x Order - UK
English Documentation
Datasafe Local 2.3 Basic
XPS L501x Resource DVD (Diagnostic & Drivers)
90W AC Adaptor
1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support included with your PC
No Carrying Case
1 Meter Power Cord (3 Wire) - UK
Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Keyboard


It's actually a good £50 less than the comparable non-deal spec but the reason it's in the clearance sale is most likely due to Intel's Sandy Bridge 2nd gen Core i coming out very soon. I wonder if discount vouchers and Quidco apply? If anyone does get it, the £170 B+RG LED 1080p screen upgrade is worth it and that definitely puts it in range of the 10% off.

This laptop was £50 cheaper last week - discount voucher expired 1st Jan.

If you spec the 1080p screen it lists at £802 something and discounts to £722 using the Quidco 10% voucher possibly with Quidco on top of that (at 7% I think).

As it stands the standard spec above, the £629 price falls to £597.55 using this 5% off voucher 69DVXBHL66V3VS (from Quidco) and then possibly Quidco on top of that (7% for all other sales).

I voted this deal 'hot'. It's a brilliant laptop, and for anyone interested, the 1080p screen upgrade is near-on essential for the stunning contrast and colour reproduction.


This laptop was £50 cheaper last week - discount voucher expired 1st Jan.

Are you sure that wasn't the lower-spec Core i3 version which is still up at £579? You can see it on the left:


I've been paying pretty close attention as this is the only laptop I'm considering upgrading from my XPS M1530 for.

Might want to change the title from "Dabs" to "Dell"
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