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XPS 17 9700 Laptop with i7-10750H, GTX 1650 Ti, 512GB M.2 SSD, 16GB RAM $2,603.06 Delivered @ Dell

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I've not found this deal posted, seems like a good price for a decent laptop. You can easily upgrade the ram on this puppy to turn it into an absolute beast.

LOVEKEANU is still paying out, it will bring the total saving to $1,395.93.

  • 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-10750H (12MB Cache, up to 5.0 GHz, 6 cores)
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6
  • 16GB DDR4-2933MHz, 2x8G
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
  • 17.0" FHD+ (1920 x 1200) InfinityEdge Non-Touch Anti-Glare 500-Nit Display

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Comments

  • For $2600 there must be some better options…the only thing that stands out from a $1500 deal is the nice screen.

    • And its premium finish.
      You can't deny that it's one of the better presented laptops. It is expensive, though.

    • You can certainly find something less pretty for a cheaper price. For me, the closest equivalent for this laptop would be a 16" MacBook Pro. Taking that as a point of reference, a 16" MBP would set you back $3,799.00 for a similar configuration. When you consider you can upgrade the RAM and SSD yourself, you can easily add in 32GB of RAM for about $280. The same config in a MBP is $4,399.00.

      I know, if you need a mac, you need a mac. But for me, this deal with a 32GB RAM upgrade makes for an absolute beast of a development machine.

    • 17" Anti-Glare 500-Nit Display, better-built quality, slim body and after-sale service are very good for the XPS range.

    • 3060 at this price

  • its the best laptop i've ever used. 15'' is the sweet spot.
    Unless you want to buy the lg gram.

    There nothing left in this range for the 15'', 13.4 is arguable since lennovo etc are in the game now

    I remember someone saying to me "16:10" wont be here for years. 16:10 is the only thing people should be looking at now in an ultrabook!

    • Did you get FHD+ or UHD+? What's the pixel density like?

      • I got the new Dell XPS 15" and I went the FHD screen.

        Resolution looks fine to me. Might be worth going for the UHD screen for the 17", however it kills the battery life.

        Plus my laptop is plugged into a Dell WD19TB dock & a 32" 4k monitor most the time with the lid down on the laptop, so UHD wasn't worth it.

        • Great, thanks for your thoughts.

          I also plan on having it mostly docked but with the screen used as an additional monitor.

        • Purchased the XPS 9310, found out the hard way that it does not work with my Dell D6000 dock.

          • @Speedz: I feel your pain…..I did the same thing! Sold it pretty quick & got the right one

            • @tight-ass: So WD19TB is the right dock or is it due to the DisplayLink issue OR is it due to the power output of the D6000 dock?

              I've told my wife I will need to shell out another dock, it's a good thing she is in love with the XPS 9310 and I can finally retire the Lenovo X220 after 10 years of service.

              • @Speedz: WD19TB is what I ended up getting and everything works perfectly. I've got the XPS 15 (9500). The D6000 didn't provide enough power. Same story with yours. When I purchased the laptop I grabbed the D6000 as it was shown at the bottom of the XPS 15 page along with other accessories and I assumed they were all compatible if they were shown there.

                Check this page for a list of what docks are compatible with each device - https://www.dell.com/learn/au/en/audhs1/campaigns/dell-docks...

                • @tight-ass: Righto.

                  I did a Google search and didn't find the link you shared last night, thanks for saving me all the headache, looks like I have to buy one from eBay as Dell.com.au are OoS on those higher end docks.

      • FHD, i actually had a UHD one as well at work, but couldn't really notice the differnce, trade off for 15 hours battery life. no way!

  • +2 votes

    Got XPS 17 9700 i5 bit under $2k 6mths ago, very happy! would pay the extra for this as its great value. Screen is micro edge & 100% sRGB. Same footprint as my previous Lenovo 15.6 but 17" screen. Fully recommend this Dell, no issues fast & reliable quality laptop. Also has 2x M.2 slots so can RAID or have a backup.

    • Is that with the FHD+? What's the pixel density like at 17"?

      I'm considering getting an XPS 17 too, but concerned that FHD+ is way too low PPI (133) when my current laptop is over 200 PPI.

  • It's interesting that Dell haven't announced a 2021 XPS 17 or 15 because they tend to update all of their laptops once per year. The XPS13 is updated without fail at the start of every year but announced prior to that. I'm guessing that the XPS 15 and 17 are nowhere near as popular and aren't getting as much attention.

    • True, it looks like the 17" was released in June of last year, so we might be seeing an upgrade to this in the next few months. In saying that, it's not like the Intel processors are going to be much of an upgrade, unless you want some extra heat. I guess a 30 series GPU on the higher end models would be good for some use cases.

      • Yeah, but it's rare that the only update with Dell is the processor. There are always typically a few other cool things to keep them ahead of the pack. The processor update actually happens to the same model later in the year (Nov/Dec).

    • They will be stalled on Intel releasing Tiger Lake-H 6 and 8 core variants.

  • Same machine on ebay from reseller - condition 'new-opened'
    Works out $2249 after code less 2% cashrewards = $2204 - LINK

    • Great find. What code are you using for that?

      • PLUSDE1 eBay code

        I think he's referring to shows up same price for me on eBay $100 off not sure if will stack with cash rewards tho.

        I'm on the fence either this or LG gram 16 inch but the Dell is more upgradable ram wise vs LG gram which is soldered.

  • i5 model with 8gb ram is $2099 at Dell website less cashback
    Cashrewards is 5% brings this down to $1994
    i7 model with 16gb ram is $2799 less cashback