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Dell Outlet Inspiron 7000 (7567), i7-7700HQ, GTX 1050 Ti, 16gb Ram, 1tb + 128gb SSD, Scratch & Dent - as low as $759 AC

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Update: the coupon doesn't seem to be applying to the $945 refurbished model in stock, however some people have had success getting Dell support to manually add the 15% discount.

(This is similar to the i5 deal below, but better processor and other specs)

https://slickdeals.net/f/10511920-dell-outlet-inspiron-7000-7567-with-gtx-1050-ti-refurb-15-off-labor-day-coupon-612

I purchased this 2 weeks ago, I can confirm the model listed here came with the 1050Ti, YMMV. Rumor is everything except for the standard 1tb hd model has the Ti. I'd definitely recommend the IPS panel because the TN panels are apparently pretty bad.

Processor: Intel Core 7th Generation i7-7700HQ Processor (Quad Core, up to 3.80 GHz, 6MB Cache, 35W)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
1 TB SATA Hard Drive (5400 RPM)
128GB M.2 Solid State Drive
16 GB DDR4 Non-ECC SDRAM 2400MHz (1x16GB)
15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 4GB
Black - LCD Back Cover (Non-Touch Screen)
Dell Outlet Inspiron 15 - 7567 Laptop

[Currently out of stock] Price is $893 - 15% Coupon = $759

Refurbished model is still in stock for $803 AC.

http://outlet.us.dell.com/ArbOnli...e1YA%3d%3d
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Last Edited by usafwd August 30, 2017 at 12:38 PM
See attached screen shots for proof these have 1050 Ti video cards.

After you receive the FedEx tracking # you can verify your specific components by going to the FedEx tracking page, copying the "Purchase Order Number" and then go to http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19 and enter the purchase order # in the service tag field.

You can also call Dell after you place your order and ask to cancel, they will offer you money back to keep the order. They offered me $50 and then $75 after I turned down the $50.

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This is a really top-notch deal, thanks for this.
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1080p is quite sharp to my eyes. With 4k, perhaps I can't resolve that level of resolution on such small screens. On a 60" TV, I can see the difference for sure....but once you pack it all down to a notebook PC or phone, I see nothing.
Any difference between the two resolutions might be due to other factors...such as better contrast and colors on the more expensive screen (rather than detectable differences in resolution).
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how do you get the 10% cash back?
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any desk top deals?
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After looking at some 4k displays in person today, I'm starting to feel like 1080p is kinda junky. Am I going nuts? Also send logical that you'll get more GPU bang with a lower native resolution right?
On a laptop, especially a "small" one like this, there's really not going to be a huge benefit with 4k. I'm a software engineer, and while I love my QHD screen I actually end up just scaling everything up anyways or it's just too small to see text clearly at a comfortable distance. My older 15" MSI laptop had a 1080p screen, and it was just about perfect. Another small disadvantage of a 4k screen is the greater hit to battery life you take because the gpu is having to render 4x the pixels at all times. Of course if you're going to be watching movies and stuff on it then I guess a 4k could be nice as soon as streaming services start supporting 4k on PC better than they currently do. Really you can't go wrong with either one, but it's important to keep in mind the trade-offs.

Now at home I'm definitely rocking a 4k monitor hooked up to my GTX 1080, and it's freaking fantastic even though it's a pretty basic Acer model. Still, Windows 10 UI scaling leaves much to be desired if you plan to game on the machine. Lots of issues to work out with that on Microsoft's part still.
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On a laptop, especially a "small" one like this, there's really not going to be a huge benefit with 4k. I'm a software engineer, and while I love my QHD screen I actually end up just scaling everything up anyways or it's just too small to see text clearly at a comfortable distance. My older 15" MSI laptop had a 1080p screen, and it was just about perfect. Another small disadvantage of a 4k screen is the greater hit to battery life you take because the gpu is having to render 4x the pixels at all times. Of course if you're going to be watching movies and stuff on it then I guess a 4k could be nice as soon as streaming services start supporting 4k on PC better than they currently do. Really you can't go wrong with either one, but it's important to keep in mind the trade-offs.

Now at home I'm definitely rocking a 4k monitor hooked up to my GTX 1080, and it's freaking fantastic even though it's a pretty basic Acer model. Still, Windows 10 UI scaling leaves much to be desired if you plan to game on the machine. Lots of issues to work out with that on Microsoft's part still.
What he said. I picked up one of the 7000 models with a 4K screen and the battery lasts about 2 hours. Maybe a little more depending on brightness/etc. For watching a show or home videos it is great, but doing everyday things is a real drag. Even viewing SD is painful as everything is soo small by default - there is likely a fix to this.

The other annoyance is RDP sessions. You can zoom in, but for some reason Win10 is a drag on this and everything on my desktop (2K or so res with GTX 980) goes haywire. If I RDP into a WIn7 box everything seems fine, but that's not all that helpful.
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To be sure of which ones have the IPS panel, click on the "see more" link below the units. The TN panels say "15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display" the IPS panels say "15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display".
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I don't see the exact config in the post still available, but there may be other useful options.

If you would like to save a few more bucks, it is possible to stack the "refer a friend" 5% coupon. Have a friend / alt send the coupon to your email and when clicking the link it'll generate the coupon.

If you're lazy, you can use this referral link [delloutlet.com] to generate the code and come back here. Technically, this also gives me a 5% coupon too, but I don't need to buy another computer (I have too many as it is, thanks Slickdeals...) so it's just for your convenience. I'm really not doing it for personal gain / being shady.
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Can i plug this info a Gpu amp
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Hot deal, great machine! TU
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Are these touchpads glitchy like some other dell models. My current laptop would be unusable if it didn't have a touchscreen.
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