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Dell Inspiron 15 5000 15.6" Laptop (i7-8550U, 16GB RAM, 256GB PCIe SSD, Radeon 530 Graphics) $1,199 Delivered @ Dell


Update: ShopBack cashback has been increased to 12% (was 7%).

A good deal on a Dell Inspiron 15 series 5000 Laptop (5570) which includes 40% off as part of a clearance sale. The Inspiron Laptop range includes 3 different consumer grade models (3000, 5000 & 7000) with the 5000 series being the middle of the range. Combine with cashback (currently 7.0% via ShopBack) for even greater savings.

Link to Home store: Inspiron 15 5000 Laptop $1,199 (RRP $1,999)

Link to Business store: Inspiron 15 5000 Laptop $1,199 (RRP $1,999)
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Main Specs:

8th Generation Intel Core i7-8550U Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.0 GHz)
Windows 10 Home (64bit) English
16GB, DDR4, 2400MHz
256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
AMD Radeon 530 Graphics with 4G GDDR5 graphics memory
15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-glare LED-Backlit Display
802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2, Dual Band 2.4 & 5 GHz, 1x1
Tray load DVD Drive (Reads and Writes to DVD/CD)
English Backlit Keyboard
1 Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty, InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis

Ports (from Specifications Manual):

One RJ-45 port
One USB 3.1 Gen 1 (Type-C) with Power Delivery / DisplayPort (optional)
Two USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports
One USB 2.0 port
One HDMI 1.4b port
One SD-card slot
One headset (headphone and microphone combo) port

Manuals & Documents for Inspiron 5570

Plus get up to 5% back as a discount coupon for your next Dell purchase (minimum spend applies, coupon valid for 60 days) - Dell Advantage Program

Dell 7.0% 12% Cashback via ShopBack
Dell 2.8% Cashback via Cashrewards

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    $1237 plus get 10% off with Post10 code
    normally $2300 from Dell. even more with this sort of warranty.

    gets you Precision 3530 (essentially Latitude 5591 with better components) with 3 year next business day on site warranty.

    • i5-8300h
    • Nvidia P600 4gb (think mx150)
    • 8gb ddr4 2666
    • 256gb ssd
    • 92wh battery
    • colour accurate FullHD IPS screen
    • comfortable keyboard
    • military spec durable body

    I have one, it's awesome. Last one left.

    last argument https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-8550U-vs...

    • +1 vote

      Not NVMe and not 16gb ram.

      But it has win10 pro and better graphics card.


        also better screen, better cpu, better battery, better body, more reliable components it's a mobile workstation actually

        thunderbolt 3, hdmi 2.0, VGA (damn that's ridiculous) shall I go on ha ha ha

        gaming on it is a joy. Quadro cards emphasize precision, not performance. so playing titles like Half Life: Source is Like It Should Have Been. it is incredibly smooth and ridiculously enjoyable :D


          Can the ram be upgraded?


            @bluebluebird: it has 2 RAM slots, takes up to 32gb ddr4-2666 ram (non-ECC) in this configuration, provided you can shell out $$$ for 2 16gb planks. I just added a $39 4gb ballistix plank to mine. 12gb is plenty, and I don't need dual channel for my needs.

            also it has a spare M.2 2242 slot. I stuck a 256gb Transcend drive in there.

            with 92Wh battery there's no space for 2.5 sata in there.

            But the main drive, an M.2 2280 from Samsung, can be replaced with Nvme.


              @KnightOfTime: What’re your thoughts on the precision for commencing a grad cert in data science? Gonna be using anaconda and R. I have a 7490 latitude for work but they don’t allow programs installs. I figured I’d need something with a non U cpu and I’m eyeing off a 5491 latitude in the outlet with a 8850H, 32gb ram and 1tb ssd. Alternatively I was looking at some of the gaming Asus laptops posted recently which have similar cpus, less ram but gtx 1060s. The only advantage I’d see for the Asus’ is that they’re dual purpose and I could game on them. Would be easier to resell later rather than a spec’d out latitude. My only other concern with the Asus’ would be battery life and noise but whenever I’d be using it I could plug in anyway.


                @Jemz: precision 3530 is essentially latitude 5591 with improvements.

                how much are they asking for your unit? I was also scourging through outlet for precision, but this model for example was $1700, and I got it for $1100. plenty of cash left for upgrades.

                for data science you will appreciate extra cores of 8850h though.


      it's gone! congrats someone :D


    thanks mate, any chance you know how much did they have it for before

  • -1 vote

    Not quite 10% seems to be capped at $100.00 discount to $1137.00


    WiFi 1x1 that will be slow

    Most have 2x2 at least. Would be nice if all came with 3x3 like macbook pro

  • +1 vote

    Update: ShopBack cashback has been increased to 12% (was 7%).


    Update #2:
    Cashrewards cashback has been increased to 8.5% (was 2.8%).
    ShopBack cashback has been reduced back to 3.0% (was 7% then 12%).

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