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Dell OptiPlex 5040 - Mini Desktop PC Intel Core i5-6500 / 3.2 GHz Quad Core CPU 4GB RAM, 500GB £399.99 Delivered w/code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Big price drop on this desktop system from Dell, when using the £50 off code. Intel Core i5, with 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, and Windows 10 Pro. You'll need to use the code 'LOCT50' a… Read more

6th Gen (2015) 4GB HDD Not great in 2018.


can;t find on itzoo at the moment but better price and value with 256gb ssd, so yea, not a good deal.


pretty poor if you ask me, expensive for what it is.


Poor deal tbh, itzoo had similar setup with ssd for just over 200 still under dell warranty (refurb)

Dell XPS 13 9370 - i7-8550U, 16gb RAM, 512gb SSD, 4K UHD Touchscreen - now £1459.99 - Amazon
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. I've been waiting for this to drop somewhere, anywhere for a while. Dell's current price is £1549 Tech specs Screen size: 13.3 Processo… Read more
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Is 4% hot?????


Perhaps, but surely you can't use student discount and claim this as expenses + flat rate VAT?


U can get a 10% discount code from dell support for Ur first order just easly write email to them with a request. That make U a price arround 1395£


You have to apply for discount code via dell student and use NUS card as proof. Takes a few days.


NUS works ??

Inateck 13 - 13.3" spill resistant laptop sleeve for Macbook Air / Dell XPS £5.39 Prime / £9.88 Non Prime @ Amazon sold by Inateck
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Gets great reviews - 4.6 / 5 out of 464 reviews and a really good price if you have Prime or are buying other things at Amazon to get free delivery on orders £20 or more. Black 13.… Read more

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Ideal OP, will see if this will accept the Porsche Book.


13” obviously


Does it fit the new 2018 MacBook Pro retina with Touch Bar?

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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 15th OctFound 15th Oct
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

Thanks OP. I just bought this for £1028 using a Dell unidays code and the 2 year premium service trick above. Hope it's worth the money. I'm worried that the screen wont be anywhere near as good as my Late 2013 Macbook Pro 13 retina one. Need to wait and see, unless anyone has any info?


This is still active for me .. so not expired !


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 plus dell give money off dicount for students aswell also


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).

Dell XPS Event - Annual Sale - Up to £250 off XPS machines
Found 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 Inspiron 17 - 5770 FHD Laptop with 8th gen i5, HDD/SSD and 4GB GPU (Certified Refurbished) for £523.22 Delivered using Code Dell Outlet
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Decent price, with the 20% off, for a well specced laptop: Tech Specs Inspiron 17 - 5770 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (Quad Core, up to 3.40 GHz, 6MB Cache, 15W… Read more

There is nothing there like this , this is expired all 2 of them


Thanks OP managed to bag one.... Bargin!


Looks like they're both gone already. I'll give it an hour, in case they pop back up, then expire.


This looks like just what I’ve been looking for - shame there’s only a couple. How much would it cost new?

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Dell Outlet Mid Week Savers Up To 20% Off - Dell Outlet
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Dell Outlet Mid Week Savers Up To 20% Off - Dell Outlet 20% Off Inspiron 17 - 5770 DO20MWK 20% Off Inspiron 15 - 3567 DO20MWK 15% Off Inspiron 15 - 5570 DO1… Read more
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And that’s dell for u


Again....... I’ve been waiting for an xps code for a long time too. The last time the put a discount code out but mysteriously had no stock (it reappeared the day after the discount ended)


Is there anything worth getting in the £300-£400 price range. I’m finding buying a decent enough laptop in this price range a real struggle as opinions and reviews are totally conflicting.


So no xps discounts ?:)

DELL S2419HN Full HD 24" IPS Monitor + 3 year guarantee £129.99 delivered at Currys
Refreshed 18th OctRefreshed 18th Oct
Another price drop on this Dell 24" Monitor with 3 year guarantee. Now £129.99 at Currys. Full HD 1920 x 1080p Response time: 5 ms Input: HDMI Top features: -… Read more
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Sorry, I guess my question should have been- would this monitor be good to use for my Xbox one s in terms of gameplay etc. (y)


Yes, anything with a HDMI input can be used


Can this monitor be used for Xbox one s gaming? Thanks in advance :-)


I didn't know that. Thanks for the heads up!


A 99% sRGB coverage means a 72% NTSC coverage, which is exactly the NTCS coverage of the Acer...

Dell Alienware AW2518HF 25" 240Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor £214.80 @ ITCSales
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Excellent 1080p gaming monitor! Report Description: Small defect to anti-glare coating of LCD, resulting in pin-point "bubble" to very top left corner - just within the LCD ar… Read more

It's gotta be a TN.


TN, IPS, VA, OLED? Don't tell me people STILL don't know what they're paying for?


Only 1 slightly damaged in stock Report Description: Small defect to anti-glare coating of LCD, resulting in pin-point "bubble" to very top left corner - just within the LCD area. It is notible but very minor.

Dell Inspiron 15 5570 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM £849.95 delivered at John lewis and partners
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Seems good price for this specs...i am looking for some high config powerful laptop...hope this is the one under 900 budget.,

These were £549 (£449 if you complained it didn't come with a 1060 as advertised) last black Friday direct from Dell, At this point I would wait for this years black Friday deals.


This deal has less RAM and a i5 but with a v good GPU:


Not even got a Back-lit keyboard!


Not a good deal for the price


Ignore me. Mine’s the 7 series Inspiron with the similar numbers. Thought it was a bit odd.

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 -

20% Off Gaming w/code - ENDS MIDNIGHT MONDAY!​ - Dell Outlet
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
20% Off Gaming - ENDS MIDNIGHT MONDAY! - Dell Outlet Models included: All Alienware, 5567, 5577, 7566, 7567, 7577, G3, G5 etc Basically all gaming.
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expect a good chance that your battery life is terrible on any laptop from dell outlet. mine lasted 14 months.


Models included: All Alienware, 5567, 5577, 7566, 7567, 7577, G3, G5 etc Basically all gaming. Try again... But this time, select the model you want, including G3. I'm availble to come to your house and show you how to use the internet for a fee!


I was expecting to see Dells other models like the G3 but all I see is overpriced Alienwares


Good deal, they're clearing out stock for the new models. Which imo are dated and ugly compared to the 2017 early 2018 models.


Alienware is a owned by Dell.... Were you expecting to see Asus laptops on there?

15% Off All Systems - Today Only - Dell Outlet
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
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They put their prices up before the code


They aren't. If you don't like a few of the dell tools simply do a fresh Windows install. What they put on their systems is mostly inoffensive.


Reinstall Windows 10. Free download if it bothers you. In any case this is a post with a discount code not one for the content of the purchase.


Full of bloatware

Dell Alienware 34-inch WFHD Curved Gaming Monitor, 21:9 Ratio, 4ms  £549.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Great price on this Curved Ultrawide Alienware monitor, with a 4ms response time it's a perfect choice for gaming. You'll need to use the code LOCT50 at checkout to get the disc… Read more

AW3418DW you mean.


Nothing wrong with 1080p on a 34". I'm running 2560x1080 on a 165hz LG 34UC89-G and it's perfectly fine. You'll never notice it in games, you'll get much higher framerates than 3440x1440, and you can always play around with the zoom/scaling on Chrome and other apps if so inclined...


I wouldn't bother at 1080p on a 34inch, I have a 29inch ultrawide which is the absolute maximum size for 1080p on ultrawide imo. I'd save up and spend a little more on something with 1440p.


Damn was hoping 1440


You could always change the resolution. That way you benefit from the higher resolution with things like browsing and less intensive games. Just a thought

DELL UK OUTLET: 25% OFF Inspiron 15 - 5565   / / Code:  DO25INSP    Expires 05 October 2018  //  £211.51 to £224.11
Refreshed 3rd OctRefreshed 3rd Oct
Inspiron 15 - 5565 Processor: AMD A9-9400 (2C, 2.4 Ghz, 1MB Cache, 10W) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8GB (2x4GB) 2400MHz DDR4 SDRAM Non-ECC 1 TB SATA Hard Drive (5400 RP… Read more

Fair enough, thanx for tha tinfo. :-)


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Hmm, the very short version is that any AMD CPU pre-Ryzen is probably a bit rubbish. Their laptop chips pre-Ryzen definitely were. The slightly longer version is that companies can either make incremental improvements to an old design or come up with something totally new which is much more expensive to do but generally results in huge performance improvements. Ryzen is that totally new design for AMD, previously they were making incremental improvements. Intel's last totally new design was Sandybridge I think and they've been making incremental improvements since then.


amour3k: Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, interesting, can you break down the whole AMD thing for me please? (genuine question). :-)


Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, interesting, can you break down the whole AMD thing for me please? (genuine question). :-)

Inspiron 15 7000 2 in 1, i7-8565U, 4k, 15.6", 16GB, 512GB NVMe,  £119.99 off £1099 @ Dell
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Latest Gen Whiskey lake CPU Estimated ship date 8/10/2018 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-8565U Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.6 GHz) 15.6-inch UHD (3840 x 2160) Truelife Touch Na… Read more

Expired Now £1449 So, turnt out to be an even better deal in the end


Cheers, picked it up with the 3 year warranty deal. Quidco tracked at £45.70 for me


25% off 3 year warranty too.


Dont forget 4% Quidco . Been looking at this for the last money and its meant to be top notch .


Is this a good alternative for video/photo editing over a much more expensive £2300+ macbook pro? Thanks

20% Off Gaming w/code This weekend only - Dell Outlet
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
20% Off Gaming - This weekend only - Dell Outlet LINK TO ALL GAMING LAPTOPS LINK TO ALL GAMING DESKTOPS 2% Top Cashback too!
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The deal seemed great to me. I got an R4 laptop with 32gb ram, 256gb ssd, 1tb hdd, 1440 screen, 1080 gtx card for £1650 full delivered price. You can't get a laptop with the 1080 GTX in it for that price anywhere else.


You're a day and 3/4 late. This code came out at midnight nearly 2 days ago and the stock has been bought up. Oh and they do include VAT on the first screen. I'm not sure what browser you're using, but Chrome, Firefox and Edge all show the same as the image below. See here...


Prices are cheeky on the first screen they should include VAT to begin with I've always thought the same. Nothing that special with this deal really to get excited about.


That doesn't work. Comes up with coupon has already expired.



Dell i5-8400, 8GB, 128GB SSD, 1TB HD £499 @ Currys ebay w/code PAYDAY
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Use code PAYDAY to knock £50 off. Note this is brand new, not a refurb. I think this is a decent non-gaming desktop for under £500, considering it has: -8th gen i5 CPU, hex core … Read more

Would this spec be good enough for editing HD home video ? Need to get a new PC for the parents!


You can probably build something cheaper but I don't think there are massive savings to be made, bearing in mind this is H370 chipset. You would struggle to find this cpu in stock for under £200 these days, most reputable dealers it is over £250.


Just build a machine with this CPU for less


Well yeah, a second hand 4th gen quad is cheaper than a brand new 8th gen 6-core (is ram and hd the same? Ddr3 I assume but fair enough if 8gb)


But thats a 4th gen chip and second hand.

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