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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 15.6" Laptop (i7-8565U, 8GB RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD, FHD IPS Display, MX250 2GB GPU) $1,139 Delivered @ Dell

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EOFY@5EPPDISCOUNT

UPDATE 3: Both deals are back on (they end on 4 July 2019).

UPDATE 2: Cashbacks have reverted back to 3.0% for ShopBack or 2.8% for Cashrewards.
Coupon EOFY@5EPPDISCOUNT (5% off) may be used to reduce the price of Deal 1 to $1,139.04 (thanks to O O). However, this may void any cashback payments.

UPDATE 1: Added Deal 2 for those who want Windows 10 Pro for an extra $50 (via the Business store).

A good deal on a Dell Inspiron 15 series 7000 Laptop (7580) which includes 50% off as part of the EOFY Sale. The Inspiron Laptop range includes 3 different consumer grade models (3000, 5000 & 7000) with series 7000 being the top of the range. Combine with cashback (currently 12% via ShopBack) for even greater savings.

Deal 1: Inspiron 15 7000 with Windows 10 Home $1,139.04
Sale price: $1,198.99 less $130.80 (12% cashback on ex-GST amount) = $1,068.20

Deal 2: Inspiron 15 7000 with Windows 10 PRO $1,186.55
Sale price: $1,249.00 less $136.25 (12% cashback on ex-GST amount) = $1,112.75
Same as Deal 1 but with Windows 10 Pro for an extra $50. Available from the Business store.


Note: Westpac customers may be eligible for additional cashback by using a Westpac credit card at Dell. You can check your cashback offers as per the Westpac Extras deal (Targeted)
Possible Offers: Get $150 cashback when you spend $1,000+, or Get $120 cashback when you spend $1,200+

Dell 12.0% Cashback via ShopBack
Dell 8.4% Cashback via Cashrewards

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


Main Specs:

8th Generation Intel Core i7-8565U Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.6 GHz)
Windows 10 Home (64 bit) English (or Windows 10 Pro for Deal 2)
8GB, 1x8GB, DDR4, 2666MHz
512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
NVIDIA GeForce MX250 with 2GB GDDR5 graphics memory
15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-glare LED Backlight Non-touch Narrow Border IPS Display
802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth
English Backlit Keyboard
Optical Drive Not Included
1Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty, InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis
Height: 18.81mm Front, 20.04mm Rear | Width: 361.36mm | Depth: 244.5mm | Starting Weight: 1.87kg

Ports (from Specifications Manual):

Two USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports
One USB 3.1 Gen 1 port with PowerShare
One USB 3.1 Gen 1 (Type-C) port / DisplayPort
One HDMI 2.0 port
One SD-card slot
One headset port
One RJ-45 port (Ethernet)
One power-adapter port

Manuals & Documents for Inspiron 7580

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  • +1 vote

    Good price for anyone in the market for an intel 15" device.

  • +4 votes

    EOFY@5EPPDISCOUNT for additional 5% off.

    • +2 votes

      Will you void the Cashback?

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          Not in my experience. I still got cashback with EPP, and the Dell Advantage coupon.

          • -1 vote

            @lostn: Maybe in the past but now you cannot unless it’s a code from cash back see terms and conditions

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              @BongoOB: Don't know how recent is "now" but I bought 2 laptops in Jan and got it for both.

              • -1 vote

                @lostn: Like I said read the terms and conditions. You don’t want to misinform others thinking they will get a cash back when they won’t.

                • +1 vote

                  @BongoOB: Whose T&Cs? T&Cs aren't always accurate. For several stores they say you can't use codes not provided but you still get the cashback. What they say officially doesn't mean they will follow it. It only means that they can.

                  In fact a month ago I bought a power bank from them using an EPP code and still got cashback.

                  I have always used unlisted codes on Dell and gotten cashbacks even though they've always said you won't get paid if you use an unlisted code. But it works anyway. The T&Cs have not been updated recently as far as I can tell.

                  Maybe you are using cashrewards. I was using SB. With SB, it's been smooth sailing as far as Dell is concerned.

                  Have you actually tested your claims? Beyond merely reading the T&Cs which they may or may not even enforce. Maybe you're the one whose misleading people into thinking they won't get it but would have.

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                    @lostn: Well said. 👍 We walk the talk, not just talk the talk. 😄

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                    @lostn: Not with my experience. Used code and no cash back and was referred to the T&Cs. It’s just not smart to say to people they will get cash back when clearly it doesn’t always work.

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                      @BongoOB: It's as smart as telling people it will never work when clearly that's not the case.

                      What was the code you used?

                      • -1 vote

                        @lostn: Not smart to not read the T&Cs and then advising others to take a pot chance of using a code that could void their cash back. If you can’t understand that then you have bigger problems.

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    Is this a better machine than the Thinkpad recently posted (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/463120) ?
    Im after something for general pc work and light gaming (Civ6 and other strategy games).

    • +1 vote

      Absolutely better.

    • +12 votes

      The Dell here definitely has better spec and by that, yes it is a better machine. Moreover, consider the following:

      • The i7 CPU can perform ~10-20% better than the Ryzen 5 3500U, depending on workload. But in general PC usage, the difference in experience is not very noticeable
      • The MX250 GPU, only if the higher 25W variant, can perform ~10-25% better than the integrated Vega 8 graphics in R5 3500U (but it is hard to know which variant of MX250 you'll get. The lower 10W variant will perform similarly to R5 3500U)
      • The Dell has got Intel WiFi, so likely will give better Wifi performance (although the E595 has been upgraded to a 2x2 wifi card, which uses a chipset common to many Dell branded wifi cards).
      • Dell has got backlit keyboard (while the Lenovo doesn't)
      • ThinkPad's keyboard typing experience is likely going to be better (but this can be subjective)
      • Battery life is speculated to be similar - same spec batteries. The Dell has got a dedicated GPU to power and the i7 is reportedly not as efficient as the Ryzen 5 3500U under extended workload. For idle scenarios, Zen+ of the R5 3500U is expected to improve the high idle power draw of the prev gen Ryzen Mobile APUs.
      • Arguably, the Dell machine looks nicer than the ThinkPad
      • BOTH machines will handle general PC work and light gaming (Civ 6) well.

      Now, are the above worthwhile for the extra ~$300 (after including cost of getting extra stick of RAM for the E595) for the similar experience that you might get for you own usage case?

      Personally if I'm getting a machine for myself for now, I'd get the Lenovo E595, as it is sufficient for my needs. Go for the one that you think will address your needs.

  • +3 votes

    Hmmm. It only has a 60% sRGB coverage. Really disappointing.

    • +2 votes

      lol at this price point, it is fair (but it is almost an atrocity if it evers get sold at RRP and only that disappointing screen).

      I can understand your sentiment, considering the still very prevalent "HD" panels on many laptops still sold, I feel like sighing as well.

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    Shame it's not touch display

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    Is that ram slot expandable? 16gb would be better.

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    Is the mx250 a decent step up from the 150? I've always going the mx150 surprisingly great

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    Are the battery life on these still average?

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      Yeah, I was going to get the touch version but saw some reviews saying the screen is not very good in comparison and the battery life was very short.

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      3-Cell Battery, 42 Whr (Integrated)

      It'll likely only get 2-3 hours battery life on heavier usage, or even less if on full CPU and GPU load.

    • +2 votes

      Yes - very average. I have one and it was an initial complaint. Overall it's not a bad machine but it's not something I'm stoked I bought. It does the job and that's it.

  • +1 vote

    Great deal.. Cheers

  • +1 vote

    UPDATE: Added Deal 2 for those who want Windows 10 Pro for an extra $50 (via the Business store).

  • +1 vote

    UPDATE 2: Cashbacks have reverted back to 3.0% for ShopBack or 2.8% for Cashrewards.
    Coupon EOFY@5EPPDISCOUNT (5% off) may be used to reduce the price of Deal 1 to $1,139.04 (thanks to O O). However, this may void any cashback payments.

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    I'm close to pulling the trigger on the Lenovo IdeaPad L340 deal (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/462689) with specs that are pretty awesome for the price. Is it still the better deal than the Dell?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, I was looking at this laptop so pulled the trigger. I'm a bit late to the party and missed the higher SB cashback but applied the 5% code and also got SB email together and got it with the $50 upgrade to Win 10 Pro. Happy with the specs and price.

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    UPDATE 3: Both deals are back on (they end on 4 July 2019).

    Deal 1: Inspiron 15 7000 with Windows 10 Home $1,139.04
    Deal 2: Inspiron 15 7000 with Windows 10 PRO $1,186.55

    Cashrewards cashback has been upsized to 8.4% but Coupon EOFY@5EPPDISCOUNT is not listed, so it may not be payable (it's worth a try though)
    https://www.cashrewards.com.au/dell-australia

  • +1 vote

    The 16GB RAM versions are:

    So not much more for an extra 8GB if anyone needs it.

    Also marked as ending on the 4 July.

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    New deal posted for the 16GB RAM models:
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/467154

    This deal should be expired.

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