expired 20% off Dell (Maximum $1000 Discount) @ eBay

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Posted as a separate deal as requested by mods.

Conditions. The offer entitles you to 20% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on items at Selected Sellers, up to a maximum discount of $1000 per transaction. Multiple items may be purchased in 5 transactions (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction). All monetary amounts specified in these terms and conditions are in Australian dollars (AUD).

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    Includes some of the new Dell XPS 15 7590 range too, not bad!

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      Are you sure? I just scrolled through twice and couldn't find any of the new XPS 15. All 8th gen etc from what I can see.

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        See if this link shows them

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          Thanks Excellent. My apologies for doubting you. Not sure why these didn't come up on mine originally.

          Is it my imagination, or were these meant to have OLED screens? They were talking for months about the new XPS15s having 9th gen CPUs and OLED screens.

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            @carlscott1982: There are 2 screen versions. Some configurations have OLED and no touch screen, other configurations have the touch screen and the LCD screen.

            The OLED is also a little lighter. I don't use the touch screen so would be happy with the lighter OLED but given it is first generation, have concerns about quality.

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              @cnrmlj: thanks for the reply cnrmlj. Do you think they will have OLED touchscreen models in the future? I have to admit, I'm so used to touchscreen now on my lenovo, it would be weird to change again.

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    Some good deals here it seems. Can anyone provide further clarity if Dell provides the capability in their laptops for self-upgrading of memory/storage?

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      Usually that means warranty void but you have to call to confirm.

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      I work in IT and our company has a global agreement with Dell.

      For all the laptops we buy, mostly latitude and XPS, I've never seen a warranty void sticker when upgrading SSD/RAM/Wifi card.

      I've had out of the box laptops that were broken, we opened them up to have a look before calling Dell support, they came and replaced it without any problems.

      So from my experience, you don't void warranty for upgrading the usual parts, unless you plan on taking off the cpu/gpu heatsinks.

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        Thanks for the info and insight, you're awesome.

        Sometimes (often, actually) these listings are quite broad and specify the tech specs and that's it. Where would I go to seek if some of these models had 2 RAM slots (for example 1 occupied with 8GB ram and another slot ready for another 8GB) or an additional bay for a 2nd hard drive, like a lot of the recent Lenovo deals?

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        I agree with Ashkan, previous work place i worked for we used Dell for 15 years and had no issue's with upgrading RAM/HDD and getting things fixed under warranty (obviously the parts you use not causing the issue/being the issue) :)

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      Depends on what laptop, I know for a fact that their gaming line typically has self upgradeable RAM and storage which is very easily accessible.

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    Wish it had the Dell xps 13 7390 with Ice Lake - but looks like it will be coming out next month.

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      Where did you see next month, out of curiosity? I was being led to believe more like October-December but would be very happy to learn it's sooner.

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    How do you guys compare Dell and Lenovo laptops. Which one would you prefer and why?

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      Dell from personal use experience. Have used Inspiron and XPS range since past two decades. My current XPS 17 is in the 9th year running and still going strong. I did pay top $ for the best config then, but has been worth it, can't fault it. My next would be an Alienware 17. Actual build quality, config options, design are key for me which I believe Dell has excelled.

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      Dell has had some thermal throttling issues for me on their gaming laptops if that's what you're after. However, on the flip side Dell has pretty good after sales support, even if their technicians are a bit incompetent (2 occasions where technician fixing small issue such as replacing fans, or sound issue resulted in my motherboard being replaced with a faulty one which made my laptop unable to charge/unusable). This laptop was a few generations back though (7577), and you should benchmark performance as soon as you get it. Overall, even though I had issues with my laptop, I would still prefer Dell because they were more than happy to replace my laptop with a brand new one which had upgraded specs from what I paid for. Acer laptops are also pretty good from my limited experience.

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    Any opinion on OLED screens? For these, Dell pre-installs dark Windows theme, to save on juice. Just wonder if over time there would any burn-outs where the bright icons are.

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    Looking for a cheap laptop. Clueless. Is this good for price, comments most appreciated, thanks

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-Dell-Inspiron-15-3585-AMD-Ry...

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      To be honest, I'd buy a desktop from one of the other eBay computer stores when they have a deal. I'd probably only go Dell if you're getting a laptop.

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    would strongly recommend the S2719DGF with the 20% off if you're looking for an awesome value 144Hz monitor!

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      any issues with the monitor at all? I have the 2716dg i bought in 2016 and was looking at getting another monitor. So was wondering what the newer version was like?

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    Anyone got a good gaming Dell laptop they'd recommend?

    Nothing larger than 15" - preferably decent sized hard drive.

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      What GPU are you after and budget? I personally wouldn't recommend most of the RTX ones right now because they're still a bit pricey for what you get especially if it's only a 60Hz display.

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    Why was it requested to be posted as a separate deal?

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      So that it is easier to auto fill the promo code, expiry date and link to original deal.

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