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Inspiron 15 - 7570 - New Unused Product for £504 with code DOSELINS20 at Dell Outlet
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Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (Quad Core, up to 3.40 GHz, 6MB Cache, 15W) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8GB (1x8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 Non-ECC 256 GB Solid State Hard Drive 4GB NVIDIA GeFor… Read more
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Sadly, code expired.
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One back in stock.
Plus refurbished i5 for slightly less and an i7 for a bit more.
Edited by: "midhukd2" 12 h, 3 m ago
Just had an email saying delivery is for tomorrow.
Thanks, found it. Still doesn't work though.
cjx7 h, 45 m ago

When I click the tracking link it asks for my customer number but I …When I click the tracking link it asks for my customer number but I haven't a clue what it is.


It should say what your customer number is on the order confirmation email
Dell Inspiron 17 - 5767 £360 at Dell Outlet New and Unused
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Dell outlet offer Use code DOSELINS20 to get this price Inspiron 17 - 5767 Intel® Core™ i5-7200U , 17.3-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Windows 10 , 8GB DDR4
Help!

I’m looking for a new laptop 13” or over or big tablet. But ideally quite compact for photo editing on the whilst travelling.

Would like 8-16gb ram, 128gb sdd min, separate graphics. Decent battery. Also considering surface or iPad pad pros.

Any great deals on Dell? Cheers.
fame1 h, 56 m ago

can't find actual one that is in title. Is there direct link??


All gone mate! You snooze you lose on this site
Lol I didn't account for the VAT, looked like really good prices until checkout....still good prices, right enough but no VAT would be cool.

FYI - Code DOSELINS20
Expires 18 February 2018
20% off Selected Inspirons. Coupon applicable on Inspiron 5567, 7570, 5767, 7567
MrFizzy3 h, 28 m ago

Also Inspiron 15 - 7570 for £504 with i5-8250U , separate 4GB NVIDIA …Also Inspiron 15 - 7570 for £504 with i5-8250U , separate 4GB NVIDIA graphics card and 256SSD (instead of 1TB HDD). Seems a good price if your looking for something a bit more powerful.


I got this previous deal hotukdeals.com/dea…574

but returning it due to issues, and trying my luck on the DELL you mentioned. Almost the same price after TCB. Looks like it should be more capable of getting some modest gaming done too, which is a nice bonus.
fame10 m ago

can't find actual one that is in title. Is there direct link??


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Dell XPS 13 9360 R (Quad-Core i5 8250u, FHD, 256 SSD, 8gb Ram, Infinity Edge Display) - £742.33 at Dell Outlet using code DOVD14 -
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PsychONeill37 m ago

If you go to the outlet homepage there's a link along the top for …If you go to the outlet homepage there's a link along the top for "coupons". They keep the codes updated in there.Current codes are:DOSELINS20 - 20% off Inspiron range (5567, 5767, 7567, 7570)DOCS12 - 12% off Inspiron 2 in 1 range (5378, 7773, 7373)


The DOSELINS20 code expired yesterday. Tried to use it this morning as it was still on the coupons page but it didn't work on the 5567 that I had in my basket.
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chmaiden15th Feb

i'd be interested in another code as well if there is one knocking around


If you go to the outlet homepage there's a link along the top for "coupons". They keep the codes updated in there.

Current codes are:


DOSELINS20 - 20% off Inspiron range (5567, 5767, 7567, 7570)


DOCS12 - 12% off Inspiron 2 in 1 range (5378, 7773, 7373)
i'd be interested in another code as well if there is one knocking around
Any new codes?
I bought a Latitiude from here 2 weeks ago, It was labelled as refurbished and it is perfect, In fact I have had new items in worse condition!
The price was about 60% of what I would pay new.
I would imagine scratch and dent is more than fine.

If I hadnt got that I would be all over this deal as this was the model I really wanted, but generally I am happy with my 5480 so wont lose too much sleep.
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DELL refurb 8th Gen Laptop - i5-8250u 8Gb DDR4 1TB Hard drive FHD - £402.18
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Inspiron 15 - 5570 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (Quad Core, up to 3.40 GHz, 6MB Cache, 15W) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8GB (1x8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 Non-ECC 1 TB SATA Hard Driv… Read more
Martin88118 h, 57 m ago

I added an SSD to an Inspiron 15 recently and it is doable but it …I added an SSD to an Inspiron 15 recently and it is doable but it definitely wasn't easy. Laptops aren't like they used to be, they really aren't design to be taken apart upgraded now. It used to be 4 screws on older Dell laptops to slide out the disk, now you have to lever apart the whole case which all clips together, as well as remove a loads of screws. It baffles me why they even sell these with spinning disks when SSD's are so cheap now.


I agree it's not as easy as it used to be, but with the dell, certainly mine anyway, it's 8 screws and you're in, with the HP is a complete nightmare, and going off comments on other threads it's almost impossible to do without causing some form of damage, 4gb of ram is not enough for a laptop of this power, it's only good for browsing etc in which case may as well get an i3
you_gotta_be_kidding2 h, 13 m ago

Not sure why you say that, I have a Dell 5570 and an running Windows 7 on …Not sure why you say that, I have a Dell 5570 and an running Windows 7 on it dual boot with Windows 10. Some of the software I use at work won't run on Windows 10 hence the need but I got all the drivers etc with no issue.


This generation of Intel CPU doesn't support windows 7 and although there are some workarounds, they are no feasible for many businesses.
you_gotta_be_kidding22 h, 18 m ago

I would highly advise against that HP. This has an aluminium body, the HP …I would highly advise against that HP. This has an aluminium body, the HP plasticThis is 8gb ram and easy to upgrade, the HP has 4gb and very hard to upgrade and invalidates your warrantyThis has USB C with power delivery, can charge from a usb c cable the HP doesn'tThis is easy to add SSD, the HP is not and again invalidates warranty. There is more but that's a start


I added an SSD to an Inspiron 15 recently and it is doable but it definitely wasn't easy. Laptops aren't like they used to be, they really aren't design to be taken apart upgraded now. It used to be 4 screws on older Dell laptops to slide out the disk, now you have to lever apart the whole case which all clips together, as well as remove a loads of screws. It baffles me why they even sell these with spinning disks when SSD's are so cheap now.
cynikill5 h, 12 m ago

Probably a load of these as businesses return them due to lack of win 7 …Probably a load of these as businesses return them due to lack of win 7 support.


Not sure why you say that, I have a Dell 5570 and an running Windows 7 on it dual boot with Windows 10. Some of the software I use at work won't run on Windows 10 hence the need but I got all the drivers etc with no issue.
montana787 h, 24 m ago

Hp and acer are both pants.. oh and toshiba



I used to love my Toshiba. Best laptop I ever had by far. Although it was a touch on the heavy side. Having said that, we're talking a good 10 years ago now.
Dell Latitude 5285 2in1 Laptop & Tablet 3.5 i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB 1YR WARRANTY REFURB £399.98 - ebay /  ecomputers.ltd
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maprichard12th Feb

cheaper by £9.98 here …cheaper by £9.98 here https://mcscom.co.uk/product/dell-latitude-12-5285-2-in-1-i5-7300u-2-60ghz-8gb-256gb-ssd-m-2-12-3-fhd-touch-w10p-1yr-rtb-wty-mll657/


And new as well, lol, nice. :-)
maprichard7 h, 56 m ago

horstachio, no the fan doesn't kick in on mine unless i am playing a game …horstachio, no the fan doesn't kick in on mine unless i am playing a game on it. i am getting about 5 1/2 hours of battery



Seems fine now. Not sure what happens with it first time round. Have had before installing windows and something wrong.

Got 8.5 hours yesterday and no fan kicking in so working great
horstachio, no the fan doesn't kick in on mine unless i am playing a game on it. i am getting about 5 1/2 hours of battery
horstachio2 h, 21 m ago

I see you also bought one of the i7s..I have noticed that the battery life …I see you also bought one of the i7s..I have noticed that the battery life is pretty poor (2.5 hours) and the fan is very loud. Have you noticed this on yours?


Just for reference I have just reinstalled windows again. For some reason it seems kosher so far (battery).

The fan is kicking in but significantly less. I wonder if when it reinstalled windows before it messed something up.
maprichard20 h, 5 m ago

cheaper by £9.98 here …cheaper by £9.98 here https://mcscom.co.uk/product/dell-latitude-12-5285-2-in-1-i5-7300u-2-60ghz-8gb-256gb-ssd-m-2-12-3-fhd-touch-w10p-1yr-rtb-wty-mll657/


I see you also bought one of the i7s..I have noticed that the battery life is pretty poor (2.5 hours) and the fan is very loud. Have you noticed this on yours?
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Refurbished Dell Latitude 12 5285 2-in-1 i7 7600U 2.80GHz 16Gb 512Gb SSD NVMe 12.3″ FHD Touch £462 @ MCS
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Mines arrived, looks more or less perfect. Whoever was using it installed a few crap games so performing a reset!

Great bargain, and got the keyboard too. Thank you for spotting the deal!
mercurystar9996 h, 32 m ago

I'm looking for a laptop to do my electrical certificates and invoicing …I'm looking for a laptop to do my electrical certificates and invoicing on. Touch screen would be handy and also a keyboard. Can anyone please recommend something to me please.


Probably the 10 inch model would be good they are pretty cheap as well... You wouldn't need much ram , HD or CPU requirements for that either.

Depending on the software applications and files you use, it may be possible to use an android tablet ...
I'm looking for a laptop to do my electrical certificates and invoicing on. Touch screen would be handy and also a keyboard. Can anyone please recommend something to me please.
Wow....anyone that got one of these bought a bargain. Great find op and some really good deals on that website. A friend bought from there before and can only but recommend it!
does it have wacom digitiizer ?
Dell Latitude 5175 10" 128GB WiFi Tablet, Core m5, Windows 10 Pro, 4GB RAM £299.99 @ Box.co.uk
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There's a multitude of free VPN's out there for the Android Platform.

But out of interest, if this was to be used to stream film's from various sources via the Windows element of this Tablet, my question would be, is there any decent Windows VPN's out there that can then be used for this Windows Tablet? (a free VPN preferable, but a cheap paid for one, if nothing else?).

Thanx.
pmjg10th Feb

For what I remember to see in the PDF (I am not finding now) was how to …For what I remember to see in the PDF (I am not finding now) was how to update from Windows 7 to 10. The document was for this tablet and other of the same family


Fair enough, that's cool. :-)

It appears that only you and myself exist on this Thread at the moment, lol.

Enjoy what's left of the weekend. :-)
amour3k54 m ago

I'm assuming you're not referring to that of the Windows 10 Pro …I'm assuming you're not referring to that of the Windows 10 Pro system/security updates and the like, I take it? (or something else perhaps?), or am I mistaken ...


For what I remember to see in the PDF (I am not finding now) was how to update from Windows 7 to 10. The document was for this tablet and other of the same family
pmjg4 h, 38 m ago

Nice talk, I am more or less thinking out loud. I have not done any proper …Nice talk, I am more or less thinking out loud. I have not done any proper research, but I found a PDF explaining how to update the OS on this tablet, and was by using the bios.I though that the Chrome OS was full supporting android Apps, but I never tested that.


I'm assuming you're not referring to that of the Windows 10 Pro system/security updates and the like, I take it? (or something else perhaps?), or am I mistaken ...
Speaking of things dual-boot/multiple platforms or whatever, got me thinking ...

Is this 'system' strong enough to accommodate a virtualised version of Mac OS in Windows via something like Virtual Box, VMWARE Player, etc etc?.

Or would their combined individual system requirements end up killing this Windows based Tablet?.

Does anyone know?, thanx.
Save 20% on the Dell XPS Refurb 7760 AIO £734.56 @ Dell Outlet
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XPS 7760 AIO with 20% discount £734.66 delivered, £1799 on Dell UK use code DOCS20 for 20% off during checkout Certified Refurbished XPS 7760 AIO Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6… Read more
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CampGareth2 h, 32 m ago

No. The GPU is soldered to the motherboard. However you can add external …No. The GPU is soldered to the motherboard. However you can add external graphics via thunderbolt 3, though there will be a performance penalty over having one integrated in the machine.


Many thanks for your great advice, much appreciated.
dealchaser8881 h, 42 m ago

thanks a lot, any chance to change the graphic card too? sorry to ask as I …thanks a lot, any chance to change the graphic card too? sorry to ask as I am no good with computer stuffs and think the screen is the main point for me, I am actually looking for a laptop and now see this very attractive deal.


No. The GPU is soldered to the motherboard. However you can add external graphics via thunderbolt 3, though there will be a performance penalty over having one integrated in the machine.
bitcoin530 m ago

Yep :-) Stuff a m2 pci-e in and you get 1200-1300mbps, also with a bit of …Yep :-) Stuff a m2 pci-e in and you get 1200-1300mbps, also with a bit of diy fun, you can change the cpu for an i7!



ecomputers1 h, 20 m ago

Yes, the back can be removed and the HDD swapped …Yes, the back can be removed and the HDD swapped http://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/xps-27-7760-aio_service%20manual_en-us.pdf


thanks a lot, any chance to change the graphic card too? sorry to ask as I am no good with computer stuffs and think the screen is the main point for me, I am actually looking for a laptop and now see this very attractive deal.
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Perfect_Deal59 m ago

Does anyone know if the HDD can be upgraded to SSD?


Yep :-) Stuff a m2 pci-e in and you get 1200-1300mbps, also with a bit of diy fun, you can change the cpu for an i7!
DELL XPS 13 – 9360 (Refurb) £749.92 @ Dell Outlet with 15% code
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Use code DOALLXPS15 for 15% off XPS 13 – 9360 R Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8250U Processor (4C, up to 3.4 GHz, 6M Cache, 15W ) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8GB Memory 256GB PCIe Solid… Read more
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Mistakenly thought this had touch, have removed from the description.
Shame there's no XPS 15 on there at the moment.
I ordered this last week with the 0% finance option and £120 off for £1029. This is an absolute steal, especially if the 4% Topcashback comes through. I've just ordered this (using my current XPS), and will return the one I got last week for a refund.

The laptop itself is amazing. Easily the best laptop I have owned. Screen, size and speed are all outstanding. The battery seems to last forever.
The 1080p version isn't touch, so might be best removing "Touch friendly" from the description
Got mine 3 years ago (1st gen) for £550 refurb. Best Windows laptop ever (for me at least). Only non-Apple laptop range whose price remain sky high all the time.
Refurbished Dell i5 4570 & P2214H 22" TFT Screen inc warranty & delivery. £188.10 @ itzoo
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Can you two please get a room
DingIs18 m ago

Just admit you're wrong, it won't hurt..


Will it stop you inanely talking to me?

OK - I admit Dingls is the life the universe and knows everything about everything and what would an mere mortal such as me be able to add in any conversation in his presence

Good enough - can you move on yet?
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Bertz991 m ago

Nope I got bored because I am not a child.


Just admit you're wrong, it won't hurt..
DingIs1 m ago

Lol, it was clearly implied, and you got bored because you're wrong.



Nope I got bored because I am not a child.
Dell 25" UltraSharp 1440p 60Hz - £288.49 from NG Solutions / Fulfilled by Amazon
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A little cheaper than this has been posted on here before. Looks like a really good price to me. Amazon have the wrong specs listed so it is not as good as I thought at first. Stil… Read more
thermomonkey20 h, 46 m ago

Eh? Are you a regular customer of theirs? I barter in shops but it never …Eh? Are you a regular customer of theirs? I barter in shops but it never occurred to me to do it in an online shop...Then again I suppose I do for sky and phone contracts etc.


Not a regular customer, just asked for a deal, said I could not afford it before xmas.
Congrats on your first deal post! This is a good deal, you'll do well here
nwatson61 h, 46 m ago

Better still chat to a Dell agent on their website and ask for a discount, …Better still chat to a Dell agent on their website and ask for a discount, i was offered one for £250.80 inc VAT and delivery down from £339.84.


Eh? Are you a regular customer of theirs? I barter in shops but it never occurred to me to do it in an online shop...

Then again I suppose I do for sky and phone contracts etc.
Amazing screens got two of the previous generation. Being 25" and 1440p you get insane pixel density.
Thaw5434 m ago

If you look at the specs on Dell's website it says 60hz and on various …If you look at the specs on Dell's website it says 60hz and on various other store sites. It seems Amazon or whoever did the listing messed up.1440p IPS 140hz at this price would be crazy good.


Wow yeah, quite a random error on Amazon's part.
Dell Visor Windows Mixed Reality Headset with Motion Controllers Now £329.99 (Save £100) @ Microsoft Store
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Seems like a decent price + free delivery + 1% commission over at TCB or Quidco :) Device Specifications Two high-resolution liquid crystal displays at 1440 x 1440 2.89" diago… Read more
mtc120 h, 34 m ago

Everyone can go round in circles comparing the Rift to WMR but to clarify …Everyone can go round in circles comparing the Rift to WMR but to clarify a few things, SDE is not eliminated with the higher resolution on WMR. Personally i found the SDE more obvious on the HP and Lenovo headsets i owned. As far as lower spec needed to run the WMR, yes that is true for the basics but once you start running aaa games the requirement is the same as the rift, not as though WMR is really suited to gaming.



How is it not suited to gaming? the controllers are more responsive and accurate than the psvr, and it has steam support as well as native windows store stuff like likes Arizona sunshine, space pirate trainer, and Superhot vr witch all look and play great if you have a pc that can play vr.

Their is a real air of elitism in this thread and it seems to be coming from people who clearly don't know what thier talking about, weird how their both rift fanboys.
Edited by: "Lebdude" 2nd Feb
Everyone can go round in circles comparing the Rift to WMR but to clarify a few things, SDE is not eliminated with the higher resolution on WMR. Personally i found the SDE more obvious on the HP and Lenovo headsets i owned. As far as lower spec needed to run the WMR, yes that is true for the basics but once you start running aaa games the requirement is the same as the rift, not as though WMR is really suited to gaming.
It came free with the a laptop i was buying via a black friday deal, like i said i was a bit snobby about it thinking what the hell is this i bet its crap but it really surprised me and this is coming from someone who has used my friends vive and owned a psvr, i was buying the laptop and it was a nice little extra.

you say it runs stuff better but Robo recall, Superhot vr, rez, elite, and Thumper all run without issues for me.

you go on about comfort but the more balanced nature of this means the headsets is not resting on your nose or face like it is on the rift, the comfort and the flip up visor on these and commented on in the above link that you referenced they talk about how comfy it is compared to its contemporary's.

But ease of setup your joking right? this is a hdmi lead and a usb and you plug it in walk round your room with it to set the boundry and your pretty much good to go. i don't have space to keep sensor towers up all the time but with this you just plug it in and off you go whenever you want to use it no prossessing boxes no messing about just plug and play.
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Lebdude53 m ago

http://www.tested.com/tech/799283-projections-episode-31-windows-mixed-reality-review/went off and watched that and they do agree that its a decent headset and plays games very well, their reviewing it as a £400 headset. As they say at the end this offers 90% of what the rift dose, and dose vr well its hardly different leagues now is it. As a discounted way into VR these are great and i've enjoyed my time with it massively, yes if i was paying £400 and had a choice between the two id most likely not get this headset over the others, but as a discounted way into VR or in my case FREE they offer quite a lot for quite a low price at the moment.



How'd you get it free? Might explain the support ;-)

That's a fair comment. Though I think if you delve deeper, e.g. into user satisfaction and message boards you'll see a big difference in Rift users and Windows ones.

Thought I'd finish with a list of things that come to mind that are better on the Rift currently, and thus worth the current £58 difference. Some are subjective, but majority are factual:
Build:
- optics
- comfort
- audio quality / built in headphones
- controller (could be a whole section on these and for me, on of the biggest reasons why people should be buying a Rift over anything else currently)
- simplicity of adjusting for multi users/demoing (love showing other people, or giving the kids a go)
Software:
- Lots of free first party genuinely awesome content that comes with Rift and Touch purchase (this will more than off-set any saving on another headset. Robo Recall, Echo Area, Medium are just few of £100+ worth of free 1st party content)
- Best VR games running on native (and best) sdk (better performance and quality)
- runs same software better on lower spec systems
- Oculus Dash (I was playing Onward online last night with Netflix playing in a virtual window above me, at a hardware level :-)
- ATW, ASW (re-projection) and many other innovations and improvements result of Oculus continued investment in VR
- updates and communication
Value for money

There are of course, benefits on other systems, but none currently that as a Rift owner I'm jealous of. I look forward to Rift v2, but there are currently more problems to solve (e.g. foveated rendering) before the truly next gen headset will come out. Or a massive jump in GPU capabilities (not gunna happen). I expect Rift v1 to reign for a few years still.

NB: Rift and Touch cost me over £700 :-(
maxcovergold44 m ago

I intentionally ignored that as your clearly haven't spent any time with …I intentionally ignored that as your clearly haven't spent any time with the Rift and I cannot go into every area (and there are many) where Oculus is the better system over Windows and the many cases, is over the Vive also (though optics being a big one). But very few people see any screen door effect when playing the Rift (because of the optics, which I mentioned :-P) and those that do also notice it the Windows headsets, so yes, this really is all but irrelevant currently.Please don't take my word for it, preferably go try one yourself or if unable, go view one of the many tested reviews (they have a dedicated VR podcast now too called Projections which is cool).You're not entirely wrong about software, but you're focused on only content, which is infinitely better on Rift currently but can be ran on Vive, but not nearly to the same level of performance. I meant software as a whole, performance, SDK, investment in developers, innovations with the GPU creators, constant updates and improvements it goes on!



tested.com/tec…ew/

went off and watched that and they do agree that its a decent headset and plays games very well, their reviewing it as a £400 headset. As they say at the end this offers 90% of what the rift dose, and dose vr well its hardly different leagues now is it.

As a discounted way into VR these are great and i've enjoyed my time with it massively, yes if i was paying £400 and had a choice between the two id most likely not get this headset over the others, but as a discounted way into VR or in my case FREE they offer quite a lot for quite a low price at the moment.
Dell inspiron 15.6 (5565) AMD A10 Quad Core, 1tb Hdd, 8GB Ram, 4 GB, AMD Radeon R5 Graphics 4GB £284.14 @ Dell
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Adam_904 h, 6 m ago

[Image] Is this Dell a decent deal? Bought it last week but unsure whether …[Image] Is this Dell a decent deal? Bought it last week but unsure whether to cancel or not. Thanks


to me that is a great deal 16 gb ram, 256 gb ssd, i7 processor 3.5 ghz. The weak link is the graphics card its only suitable for light gaming . As a general purpose laptop you have everything you need at a price it would be a challenge to match.

For less than £100 more than I paid for the same chasis, you are getting a lot better specification.
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iEimis5 h, 1 m ago

It’s £284 though, with 8GB of RAM, FHD and dedicated graphics. Stick in an …It’s £284 though, with 8GB of RAM, FHD and dedicated graphics. Stick in an SSD for £45~ and it will be flawless, pertect for productivity and some light gaming.


Sub £300 it's a winner.
*very* light gaming. I have the A10 with the R6 gpu and it'll run older games like skyrim (and Skyrim:SE), AC:Black Flag, but struggles with a modded Minecraft. Can run Overwatch on ugly settings. Just.
Good value laptop for any non-gaming purposes though, being under £300.
And yeah, swap in an SSD is a smart move.
Just an info : the prices shown at the outlet do not include tax, after going to checkout 20% is added to the total price.
fiqqer41 m ago

I think its swings and roundabouts. I bought the Dell as a second laptop …I think its swings and roundabouts. I bought the Dell as a second laptop for someone who already has the Lenovo 320. If the Lenovo had the same spec it, for me it is the better laptopHowever you really need 8gb ram nowadays. The hard drive is not an issue 1tb or small SSD? I would go for the 1 tb as I can replace the SSD if I need to easily and use the 1tb as an external backup.so comparing both offers as is, the Dell is the better offer. The issues you want to consider are battery life - Lenovo is much better. Weight, the Lenovo wins again. Lenovo = all plastic: Dell = metal chasis Light gaming and media - Dell basic cpu tasks - LenovoRam - Dell 8gb vs Lenovo 4gbHard drive - for light use the Lenovo - for large amounts of data DellScreen: Lenovo = glossy - reflective screen Dell: = Matt, non-reflective but "duller"


33168720-OOtJX.jpgIs this Dell a decent deal? Bought it last week but unsure whether to cancel or not.

Thanks
This is a tn screen the lenovo is ips that would be the deal breaker for me. Another annoyance is only single ram slot on lenovo=no dual channel memory and significant reduction in graphics performance
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48 Hour Sale - 12% off all outlet purchases - Dell Outlet
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Deals are normally pretty good in the dell outlet, however an extra 12% off may net a few people a bargain. Stock constantly changes so worth keeping an eye on what is available.
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Great deal - amazing offer - order placed!
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rogparki22 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/48-hour-sale-get-12-off-all-systems-dell-2885876 Already posted


should search harder before posting. Bad OP.
Dell outlet sales are as frequent as DFS sales. Also, when they're not having a sale just livechat a representative and they'll give you a discount anyways
Dell Inspiron 17 - 5770 certified refurbished at Dell Outlet for £600.18 (£540.16 using 10% off code)
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I've been looking for a deal on a 17 inch laptop and thought this might help others. You can get dedicated graphics (AMD Radeon 530 4GB) for a little more if you don't mind "scrat… Read more
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Thanks for the coupon you_gotta_be_kidding!
33150762-d1JoM.jpgI got this last week. Does this seem a good deal? I'm a bit worried about the screen quality.
pareshdc20 m ago

Agree about the comment about the screen and graphics. I would also go for …Agree about the comment about the screen and graphics. I would also go for an i5 as i7 doesn’t bring much to the table for ordinary users.


I would say it depends on the extra cost, when buying mine the i7 worked out at £60 more but also had the dedicated graphics, i7 + dedicated for £60 is a no brainer, even if just for resale value. I agree though for everyday use the i5 8th gen is a cracking processor and leaps over the 7th gen.
Agree about the comment about the screen and graphics. I would also go for an i5 as i7 doesn’t bring much to the table for ordinary users.
I order a "scratch and dent" laptop from the Dell Outlet last week and I am still looking for the scratch and dent. It is immaculate.
I am a student so got a 15% discount. You have to email them proof of being a student from your .ac.uk email address.
I had an absolute bargain and would highly recommend any Dell Outlet product now.
This looks like a pretty decent machine too.
Low Cost Ex-Lease Desktops and Laptops - Plus extra 20% with code @ Dell Refurbished
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The DFS Refurbished Store is the place to go to find great savings on Off-Lease refurbished Dell products, already built and ready to ship. This is product that has been returned t… Read more
Very expensive for a refurbished laptops.
As other have stated, you’ll find better value on ebay from one of the plethora of sellers offering ex-corporate machines or even some of the off brand manufacture outlets such as Zoostorm. While the prices aren’t as expensive as I thought they would be they’re still 5-6 year old machines. Early last year I bought a mint HP Compaq 6005, Tri-Core Phenom B75, 250GB, 6GB Ram 7 licensed and installed for £26 delivered. I know it’s a little older than the Dell refurbished offerings but still reasonable performance and excellent value for under £30.
skip1125 h, 43 m ago

Which keywords do you search to bring up ex corporate or lease pcs / …Which keywords do you search to bring up ex corporate or lease pcs / laptops?


I was searching by model and then adding at least one of the criteria I need, IE Dell 8300 8gb, then filter lowest price first.
I had a Dell a while back and liked it, so have been lurking around Ebay, HKUD and the Dell Outlet for a while looking for something that is decent spec, but is portable with decent battery life.
Mine is used mainly for business so no need for fancy graphics cards etc, but wanted something robust and fast

There was a deal on last night at Dell Outlet where I managed to pick up a laptop.
It was 25% off until midnight, but I think they come around quite often.
I have noticed that they tend to focus on one model or series at a time, last night was the Dell latitude 5480 and 5580 models.
But keep your eye out and you might get lucky

There were about 20 to chose from, all sorts of specs and combinations and variations in price, (of course all refurbished)

The one I got was a 5480 (i5 7300 U, FHD, 256GB SSD, 8Gb RAM) for £512 delivered.
This seems like a good price as new and for this spec they were closer to £900.
Delivery is in 1 weeks time!
1050 perfect for playing mine sweep at 1080p 60fps (medium settings)
Bandit02942 m ago

If you have no problems waiting a couple weeks for it you can get the Acer …If you have no problems waiting a couple weeks for it you can get the Acer Helios 300 from Amazon US for $1035 (£926 including import fees). Its got a 1060 GPU + i7-7700 processor + 16gb RAM and a 256GB SSD.


Has anyone actually managed to grab one of those without any hassle. Genuinely interested to know as it's seems like a good way to get a well specced laptop on the cheap.

Also interested to know the warranty situation if it goes wrong or is DOA.
TellyLover44 m ago

Ok can u Google for 5 min and post a similar deal with a 1060 and <1K. …Ok can u Google for 5 min and post a similar deal with a 1060 and <1K. Easy to dismiss but harder to come with a solution. Cheers.


rover.ebay.com/rov…958

There was an Acer one that expired a couple of days ago, just be patient and there will be another one
If you have no problems waiting a couple weeks for it you can get the Acer Helios 300 from Amazon US for $1035 (£926 including import fees). Its got a 1060 GPU + i7-7700 processor + 16gb RAM and a 256GB SSD.
There's a HP Omen on here for £899. i5 7300, 1060 6gb. No SSD but a far bettet 120hz screen
25% off Latitude refurbishment laptops with code DOW12LAT25
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These are basic laptops used for normal computer use. They are refurbishments so already some money off. Use the codeyou DOW12LAT25 get an extra 25% off still. Note the prices he… Read more
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Great deal thanks, finally bought a laptop!!!
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