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20% off (Max Discount $1000) @ Official Dell Store eBay

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Offer Period. This offer commences at 10:00am (AEST) on 20th January 2020 and ends at 11:59pm (AEST) on 31st January 2020 (“Offer Period”).

Conditions. The offer entitles you to 20% off the purchase price (excluding postage costs) on the Official Dell Store Australia on www.ebay.com.au, 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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  • +6 votes

    hm no monitors in the store

  • +10 votes

    Looks like they've pulled heaps of products before this went live.

  • +3 votes

    Good luck trying to extend the warranty, dont even reply to messages… bunch of flogs

    • +1 vote

      I had the pro international warranty on an XPS, and they dragged my case out over 8 months then told me to bugger off because I'm out of warranty. I repeatedly confirmed with them that once my case was opened, it would be under warranty until it's closed. Nope, they just close it. They just have a bunch of bots saying "we care" on social media.

  • +2 votes

    Just looked. There's not really anything there worth the price even at 20% off.

    The XPS's are alright I guess, but not amazing.

    • +4 votes

      Yes they are great but look closer : it's the least desirable configurations and only the worst of the 2020 models

  • +3 votes

    This one looks like a good deal. Works out to be $1495.20 and comes with an rtx 2060

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Dell-G7-17-Gaming-Laptop-9th-Gen...

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    Thanks OP. Got the white G3 i5 with gtx1650 for $850!

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    stores are getting updated still.

    will have more items coming on later this afternoon.

  • +3 votes

    pfft the only 2020 XPS 13 listed on the ebay store is the 8gb ram one - which of course 8gb ram is so unpopular in 2020

    spec this same laptop up to 32gb and it's a dream.

    Cant get it with the 20% discount sadly

  • +4 votes

    I've been waiting for this deal for the AW3418dw for weeks. Everyday they've had more than 10 in stock. Sale starts and they pull them all straight away…

  • +1 vote

    Is xps15 worth buying now? or no?

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      i want to know too. a bit confused myself. travelling on 3rd March so I need to get a deal soon.

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        I am not too sure there

      • +1 vote

        if you're traveling, should probably not wait. Make sure you are traveling with family who can help you absorb the value of the laptop on your way back in.

        Otherwise, it depends how urgently you need one. For me it's not urgent at all.

        I'm waiting for an XPS 15 2-in-1 which has not been refreshed in years. I expect one this year. The current 2-in-1 is using a Y processor and has no OLED option.

        A 10th gen H-processor is expected this year. But at the same time, AMD has also revealed a new lineup of mobile CPU based on Zen 2. The current 3000 series is based on Zen+ which is last gen.

        Dell updated the XPS 13 line to have ultra thin bezels like the XPS 13 2-in-1. They finally updated the chasis. I am expecting the same redesign for the 15 but that's just speculation on my part. I don't see why they couldn't though.

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      Yes, get the $1999 one, that comes down to $1599.
      Awesome battery life (94Wh), and just upgrade to 16gb or 32gb ram (easy install).
      Most people won't notice that much of a difference between that and the $2699 ($2159 after discount) with the 6core.

      Make sure you get this one: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/333249963741?hash=item4d973ee6dd
      Has dedicated graphics

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        Do you think this is a good deal? I am looking for one closest to my ideal XPS 15 with touch screen

        this model of dell 7390

        Sadly it only has 51wh battery according to dell website.

        I don't mind even if it is not 2 in 1, but this is the closests i can find. And also I think the invoice will show $2299 (for my TRS claim) rather than $1830 from this PDELLSAVE discount.

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        Actually how did you tell it has 97whr battery? I can't find it confirming it has 97whr battery

        Update - OK i think you checked the Dell website to figure out it has the 97wh battery

  • +2 votes

    The G3/15.6/i5/8gb/1650 is a great deal for $899 But so is the g7/17.3/i7/16gb/2060 for $1500!

  • +2 votes

    Why do Alienwares with 8GB and 60Hz display exist in 2020?
    I was considering an m15 with 2060 for 2k but the 60Hz display killed the deal. It also only had 8GB of memory but that can be fixed easily enough

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      Is there a reason why metabox isn't shown on this website much?

      I saw a 15.6", 1080p 120hz screen, 16gb @ 2666hz ram, 9750h cpu and 2060rtx for $1700 the other day. 2.2kg.

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        Yeah that's pretty good, does that include Windows though?

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          No windows with it.

          To be fair, windows is a simple half hour to install, and not necessarily the $120 and up price tag either haha

      • +1 vote

        Agree. Maybe a big crux of the ozb community hasn't quite got a grip on 'no-label' laptop builders.

        I pulled down the (i7-9750/2070 Max Q/32GB Ram/1TB SSD/144 refresh/1.88kg) Aftershock laptop (Vapor 15 Pro) a while ago because I wanted the best gfx card AND battery life in a sub 2kg gaming laptop and haven't been disappointed. It was also going at around $800 off if I recall correctly.

        For months I've yet to see a laptop get close to the value for money for the sub 2kg gaming category. To get a lappy that doesn't look like a children's toy with outrageous lights and exhausts is also a huge benefit.

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          Yeah that's a fantastic weight for the specs inside! Nice lappy. Also not a fan of the RGB disco show…I know it adds FPS, just not worth it haha

          Just saw the G7 17 on front page for $1759, but that weighs a 1kg more than the metabox I talked about. And 1.3kg more than yours. No thanks.

          Only difference really is the 144hz to 120hz screen (marginal), and the 2070maxQ vs 2060 rtx; and reading about the max q doesn't perform overly much better than the 2060 (it is definitely better in most cases, just not hugely)

          Does your aftershock get thermal throttling under heavy load?

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            @teereb: It does thermal throttled pretty quickly, that is within about 30 seconds of a game world loading haha. On any business or light entertainment load, the laptop is pretty much cold to the touch, which is impressive.

            At throttle, you still get 70-90 fps on ultra (all setting maxed) across games like Jedi: Fallen Order, Witcher 3 and 100+ on a game like Disco Elysium. Scale down to high and we are in the triple-digit FPS.

            From my perspective, I'm comfortable with the throttling as I think that the 75 degrees GPU limit will have a tangible effect on its total longevity. The FPS for a laptop of that size is also more than serviceable as I can't see myself willing to increase the thermal throttle to an 85c for an extra 6-12 fps.

            I think Intel got it right when they speccd the throttle limit for the best balance of part longevity, high performance and thermal limitation.

            Another thing I like is that the motherboard is the right way around and the effort to replace RAM and SSD is trivial. If you know how to remove screws and release clips, you can service this laptop.

            Edit: Turned the disco RGB into a cool gold to contrast against the magnesium alloy frame. Also de-identified the chassis by getting Aftershock to not put on stickers and logos. It now looks like a really clean business laptop (Very T480-esque) Just another perk….

        • +1 vote

          Yes aftershock and metabox offer crazy value for money. One problem I notice is reps often post builds with weird specs, offering a saving but usually not needed for most people.

          Eg 32gb ram, 2gb ssd , 3 year extended warranty and support. Just offer what most people need and OzB would respond more positively when they see the outright cash saving.

          The main benefit with these brands is superior thermals compared to dell and price.

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            @McCree: Lol, true.

            Maybe if Intel makes serious headways with their NUCs and their generic laptop boxes (i.e the Vapor 15 Pro architecture), we'll be able to see tones of flexibility to offer value for all market segments.

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            @McCree: Yeah fair enough, next time I see the metabox on special might post it. Cheaper and better performance.

            The previous metabox I have the lasted 6 years, still no issue just no battery life, and this one at $1700 is great, above what I mention it's expandable with 2x m.2 and another sata for storage.

            I've never held the Dell m15 series so don't know what they feel like comparison though, and build quality.

    • +1 vote

      I think you are talking about the R2 (looks like the R1 is not listed when I click the link). The R2 laptops (or Legend design) do NOT have user-serviceable RAM - the modules are soldered on. The R1 is serviceable but in Australia it seems like there is no configuration without HDD or at least HDD bay which means the battery takes a huge hit.

      Edit: actually the listings are a bit confusing - the image is of the R2 but the listings, at least some of them, have a HDD and a 60whr battery which are R1 specs. The R2 should have a 76whr battery. (R1 with a big battery has a 90whr battery)

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        The R2 laptops (or Legend design) do NOT have user-serviceable RAM

        Oh wow, I didn't know that. That really sucks. Thanks for pointing it out.

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      Why do Alienwares with 8GB and 60Hz display exist in 2020?

      Because you can run just about any game at 60fps and high graphic settings (without throttling) so 60hz makes sense.

      Simply put, no advantage having a 144hz screen unless you can run the game at same speed. Which means turning graphics down to stupidly low levels on some games.

      I won't buy another gaming laptop unless it is 60hz.

      • +1 vote

        not sure what you’re talking about, I can run many games at over 60fps maxed out graphics. I think if you have an RTX2060 or better it should have a 120hz or more screen

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          Frame rate (fps) should match or exceed refresh rate (hz) of the screen. So a 120hz screen needs at least 120fps to be any real advantage.

          Don't know of any laptop that can run all games at 120fps.

          Sorry should have made it more clear. :)

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    Do Dell do a decent tablet with good handwriting functionality?

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    Guys.. just a quick and probably a dumb question. How to identify xps 13 2020 model. I know by it looks but can anyone let me know the model or processor name ?

  • +2 votes

    FireRunner 45 min ago
    There's also a G7 17in RTX2070 144hz for $1760

    That's a great price for a 2070 and nice screen, only thing holding me back at the moment is I am waiting to see what the AMD 3000 series laptops offer. Initial reviews from Computex are pretty amazing.

  • +2 votes

    Be careful, These two laptops same price…
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-Dell-XPS-15-Laptop-7590-9th-...
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-Dell-XPS-15-Laptop-7590-9th-...

    I almost bought the second link, but it only comes with built in graphics. Just thought i should let people know.
    I'm getting the first, then upgrading to 32gb ram. Total incl Ram comes to $1777, the i5-9300H is more powerful than the old i7-7700HQ in the previous XPS 15.

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