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Dell Inspiron 7559 15 inch gaming laptop i7 1TB GTX 960M for $735

mickuo 151 122 July 11, 2016 at 11:22 AM in Laptops (3) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes July 11, 2016 at 11:39 PM
Seem like a pretty good deal

http://deals.dell.com/mpp/product...5825248294

Processor: 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz)]
Operating System: Windows 10 Home, 64-bit, English
Memoryi: 8GB Single channel DDR3L 1600MHz (8GBx1)
Hard Drive: 1TB 5.4k Hybrid HDD + 8G Cache [1TB 5400 rpm Hybrid Hard Drive + 8GB Embedded Flash Cache]
Display: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display
Primary Battery: 74WHr, 6-C (Int) [74 WHr, 6-Cell Battery (Integrated)]
Video Cardi: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M 4GB GDDR5
Wireless: 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2, Dual Band 2.4&5 GHz, 1x1

easily upgradable. You can add another 8GB memory and a M2 drive to make it a great gaming rig.
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Was $686 recently for same computer
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Was $686 recently for same computer
you are right, but that one expired.
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if you have 10% off or 50 off 699 coupon code , this price will be tempting
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Yay. Finally a laptop on here with a decent CPU. I'm not going to buy it, but it's exciting to see.
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I bought this Lenovo Y700 for $630: http://slickdeals.net/f/8898355-lenovo-ideapad-gaming-laptop-i7-6700hq-14-fhd-ips-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-12...

I wanted a 14" for better portability but ignoring that fact, is the 960M and 6 cell (vs 3 cell) battery worth the $100 price difference? I'm not a gamer at all but I do a lot of photo/video editing. Would like to get some editing done on the go sometimes instead of relying on my home desktop. TIA
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Tax kills it
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I bought this Lenovo Y700 for $630: http://slickdeals.net/f/8898355-lenovo-ideapad-gaming-laptop-i7-6700hq-14-fhd-ips-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-12...

I wanted a 14" for better portability but ignoring that fact, is the 960M and 6 cell (vs 3 cell) battery worth the $100 price difference? I'm not a gamer at all but I do a lot of photo/video editing. Would like to get some editing done on the go sometimes instead of relying on my home desktop. TIA
1. You won't see any difference in performance.
2. The number of "cells" in a battery doesn't actually mean anything. It's marketing garbage. For example, a D-cell battery stores more power than a AAA-cell battery. Both are a single cell. If you have 2 x AAA-cell batteries, you'll still not have as much power as a single cell D battery. The useful statistic is mAh, which approximates the amount of power being stored. Sadly, manufacturers don't often list this data.
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1. You won't see any difference in performance.
2. The number of "cells" in a battery doesn't actually mean anything. It's marketing garbage. For example, a D-cell battery stores more power than a AAA-cell battery. Both are a single cell. If you have 2 x AAA-cell batteries, you'll still not have as much power as a single cell D battery. The useful statistic is mAh, which approximates the amount of power being stored. Sadly, manufacturers don't often list this data.
I see. I think I actually knew that. But this Dell seems to be rated at 74 WHr where as the Lenovo is rated at only 45 WHr. The 14" will take less power to run but not sure about the video card and therefore overall battery life. Kind of a bummer that both these don't have removable batteries...
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Quote from anonimis06 View Post :
I bought this Lenovo Y700 for $630: http://slickdeals.net/f/8898355-lenovo-ideapad-gaming-laptop-i7-6700hq-14-fhd-ips-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-12...

I wanted a 14" for better portability but ignoring that fact, is the 960M and 6 cell (vs 3 cell) battery worth the $100 price difference? I'm not a gamer at all but I do a lot of photo/video editing. Would like to get some editing done on the go sometimes instead of relying on my home desktop. TIA
Stop second guessing yourself. The Lenovo will be fine for you.
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Quote from anonimis06 View Post :
I bought this Lenovo Y700 for $630: http://slickdeals.net/f/8898355-lenovo-ideapad-gaming-laptop-i7-6700hq-14-fhd-ips-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-12...

I wanted a 14" for better portability but ignoring that fact, is the 960M and 6 cell (vs 3 cell) battery worth the $100 price difference? I'm not a gamer at all but I do a lot of photo/video editing. Would like to get some editing done on the go sometimes instead of relying on my home desktop. TIA
Graphics card will indeed make a difference unless you are not into hardcore gaming.The AMD Radeon R9 M375 in your laptop is roughly equivalent to Gtx 945M and it's ddr3.Still it won't make much of a difference if you are a occasional or non gamer.And the battery life of the dell laptop is better than than the lenovo one by a small margin as per the reviews but that is considering the Lenovo one has 15.6" screen.In your case the 14" screen will perhaps compensate for it.But in my opinion 100$ for a slightly better battery life and a much better graphics card would definitely have been worth it as even the Gtx 960M is not future proof.Moreover you could have got the Dell laptop at 700$ or less earlier.
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Quote from 32kfdenk3kf8 View Post :
1. You won't see any difference in performance.
2. The number of "cells" in a battery doesn't actually mean anything. It's marketing garbage. For example, a D-cell battery stores more power than a AAA-cell battery. Both are a single cell. If you have 2 x AAA-cell batteries, you'll still not have as much power as a single cell D battery. The useful statistic is mAh, which approximates the amount of power being stored. Sadly, manufacturers don't often list this data.
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Stop second guessing yourself. The Lenovo will be fine for you.
Quote from AbhishekG View Post :
Graphics card will indeed make a difference unless you are not into hardcore gaming.The AMD Radeon R9 M375 in your laptop is roughly equivalent to Gtx 945M and it's ddr3.Still it won't make much of a difference if you are a occasional or non gamer.And the battery life of the dell laptop is better than than the lenovo one by a small margin as per the reviews but that is considering the Lenovo one has 15.6" screen.In your case the 14" screen will perhaps compensate for it.But in my opinion 100$ for a slightly better battery life and a much better graphics card would definitely have been worth it as even the Gtx 960M is not future proof.Moreover you could have got the Dell laptop at 700$ or less earlier.
Thanks for the input. I'll definitely stick with the Lenovo. I think the 14" form factor is more important for my needs than paying the extra $100 for marginally better battery life and graphics performance when I don't expect to do any gaming whatsoever.
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dell has the worst customer service
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Just got one the other day from Amazon warehouse with prime 20% off for around $630 after tax in Cali for the touch screen ultra? HD edition. So far I love the computer but I have a speaker issue so I'm sending it off to get fixed. Plays WoW really well havnt tested any other games quality of build looks solid and it's easy AF to upgrade parts. 1 screw you actually can't lose and boom your in the case
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come on amazon
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