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Dell 17 5000 Series 17" Laptop (i7-8550U, 16GB, 256GB+2TB) $1609 Delivered @ Dell

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Found this Easter offer on the Dell website to those who are interested. On offer is the Inspiron 17 5000 Series 17 inches laptop. Powered by 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 Processor, Windows 10 Home, 16GB memory, 256GB SSD + 2TB hard drive & Radeon 530 for just $1609 (after 30% off). Normal price is $2299.

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  • +1 vote

    Paid $869 for the SSD only and 8gb ram model from Dell Factory Outlet.

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      My man…
      my last lappy was an Alien ware from the outlet, some great prices.

      • +1 vote

        In chat they accidentally posted why it had been sent in… "Speaker reseated. Everything ok" Instant hundreds of dollars discount haha.

        • +2 votes

          FYI, Dell online chat are happy to give you the reason any of the laptops listed in the outlet are there, you just give them the individual code and they provide full details (from recent experience, most are there because something (ram, wifi card etc) was re-seated!).

          They are also able to tell you if the item comes in original packaging or has been re-packaged in a plain box :)

  • +2 votes

    looks to be IPS, it's a shame that GPU's got expensive, I paid less than 10% more for a 17 with gtx1070 most of a year ago. no deals like it since…

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      I got the Acer Predator 17" on clearance with gtx1070 a few months ago. Seem to be a lot with 1050ti or 1060 but 1070 has become very rare.

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        Yep, thats the one I snapped up. Was a mighty deal, GPU's have gone up with bitcoin mining apparently.

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          Bitcoin mining with small clusters of GPUs won't get you anywhere anymore. You need dedicated hardware and a gambling spirit to even compete now. So honestly I don't get it. Who are these schmucks buying up hardware. Boat has already sailed.

  • +2 votes

    This model does not have gigabit ethernet. Who still want to use 100M LAN like 20 years ago? I really can’t understand why dell made such decision.

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      The listing hides that nicely by just calling it "ethernet". Even driver downloads don't hint at it. Only when you look at the manual do you finally see that spec. I'm sure that's not on purpose at all.