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XPS 27 7000 (7760) All-in-One $3,189.00 Outlet Price: $1,866.00 - Price After Discount Code: &1,566.00 $1566

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Processor: Intel Core 7th Generation i7-7700 Processor (Quad Core, up to 4.20 GHz, 8MB Cache, 65W)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
1TB M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive
32GB 2400MHz DDR4 Non-ECC (4x8GB)
Intel HD Graphics
27 inch 4K UHD (3840x2160) Touch Display
Dell Outlet XPS 27 - 7760

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Extra $30 off PCs & Monitors $199+ w/ "PCM19930a"
Extra $75 off PCS & Monitors $499+ w/ "PCM49975a"
Extra $150 off PCs & Monitors $999+ w/ "PCM999150a"
Extra $200 off PCs & Monitors $1499+ w/ "PM1499200a"
Extra $300 off PCs & Monitors $1799+ w/ "PM1799300a"
Extra 14% off select Refurbished Monitors w/ "e14MonitorsA"

Shouldn't the $300 off code be highlighted, not the $200 off code?
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Shouldn't the $300 off code be highlighted, not the $200 off code?

Yes, you are correct, sorry, still getting use to posting here. Smilie
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$1500 for a intel hd dell? Why not imac?
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$300 isn't coming off.
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$1500 for a intel hd dell? Why not imac?
Because you're not buying an iMac that's comparable to this for $1,500. You're buying something that is years old (2015) with inferior tech, except maybe the 5K screen, for $1,500. This has a 7th gen i7, 4x the RAM, a 1TB SSD rather than the dork "Fusion drive", and better WiFi card. Also, the 4K screen is extremely accurate for color reproduction, so while you can swing your pixel-density dick around about 5K, you're not getting an equivalent computer. To get an equivalent iMac computer to this, you're going to be shelling out around 2x this price, or around $3k.
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Because you're not buying an iMac that's comparable to this for $1,500. You're buying something that is years old (2015) with inferior tech, except maybe the 5K screen, for $1,500. This has a 7th gen i7, 4x the RAM, a 1TB SSD rather than the dork "Fusion drive", and better WiFi card. Also, the 4K screen is extremely accurate for color reproduction, so while you can swing your pixel-density dick around about 5K, you're not getting an equivalent computer. To get an equivalent iMac computer to this, you're going to be shelling out around 2x this price, or around $3k.
Interesting you chose the late 2015 model iMac...you don't happen to know a fellow SD'er "Rockerslick" do you? Wink

In any case, no one said anything about the iMac in question being a 2015 with "old tech". The CURRENT iMac 27 with CURRENT tech, can be had for close to what this XPS 27 costs. That is with a CURRENT 5K screen (worth easily $1000 to anyone who is doing video work and better than the screen in the 2015 iMac), and a decent discrete video card to push those pixels compared to a lame HD620, as well as current WIFI.

I'm not saying one is better than the other (no dick swinging here), but it's odd you chose to compare the 2015 when the current iMac is the obvious comparison. Some people prefer macOS over Windows and while it's nice to have 32GB RAM and tons of fast storage, not everyone needs (or wants) that.
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Because you're not buying an iMac that's comparable to this for $1,500. You're buying something that is years old (2015) with inferior tech, except maybe the 5K screen, for $1,500. This has a 7th gen i7, 4x the RAM, a 1TB SSD rather than the dork "Fusion drive", and better WiFi card. Also, the 4K screen is extremely accurate for color reproduction, so while you can swing your pixel-density dick around about 5K, you're not getting an equivalent computer. To get an equivalent iMac computer to this, you're going to be shelling out around 2x this price, or around $3k.
Current iMac27 w/ 5k, 7th Gen i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion, & Radeon Pro 570 (4GB) can be had for about this price.
If you are a MAC fan, go in that direction. If you are a Windows fan, then OP's deal is pretty decent for the specs.
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