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Dell: ALIENWARE M15 GAMING LAPTOP for $1199.99. Free Shipping.

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Dell [dell.com] is offering the Alienware M15 Gaming Laptop for $1,199.99 with coupon AWM15R1AFF. Free shipping.
  • 9th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-9750H (6-Core, 12MB Cache, up to 4.5Ghz w/Turbo Boost)
  • Windows 10 Home, 64-bit, English
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti 6GB GDDR6
  • 16GB, 2x8GB, DDR4, 2666MHz
  • 512GB PCIe M.2 SSD
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Is this a good laptop and a good deal?
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Is this a good laptop and a good deal?
Decent laptop but deal seems similar to what I have seen over the past few weeks.
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Any expandable storage? Would like to add a HDD
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Decent laptop but deal seems similar to what I have seen over the past few weeks.
Nice machine, but tough to say if it's as good a deal as the other ones recently. I'd prefer $1000-1100 with these specs. It's also the older R1 chassis.
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I think the msi from Costco is the better deal
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Any expandable storage? Would like to add a HDD
a spinning drive? no clue but XPS15's and most laptops like this have a second pcie slot available to use.
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Is this a good laptop and a good deal?
Not one bit lol.
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a spinning drive? no clue but XPS15's and most laptops like this have a second pcie slot available to use.
Thanks yeah I was thinking 512 m.2 is great for OS and games etc but I like a regular cheap spinning drive for file storage, or games that I don't care about loading times haha
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Avoid Dell. Even under warranty their customer service is brutal to deal with. We have them at work and the turnover time for broken machine to getting it back is over a month. We end up using our personal computers when Dell hardware crashes
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Any expandable storage? Would like to add a HDD
M15 r1 has spots for 2 m.2 drives and 1 2.5" drive (with the smaller battery; you lose the 2.5" spot with the larger battery).
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M15 r1 has spots for 2 m.2 drives and 1 2.5" drive (with the smaller battery; you lose the 2.5" spot with the larger battery).
Thank you!
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Avoid Dell. Even under warranty their customer service is brutal to deal with. We have them at work and the turnover time for broken machine to getting it back is over a month. We end up using our personal computers when Dell hardware crashes
My laptop was shipped and got back within 10 business days.
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My laptop was shipped and got back within 10 business days.
Same here. Whats that guy talking about.
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This or the XPS deal:

https://slickdeals.net/f/13919837-dell-xps-15-touch-laptop-1-322-99-fs-ymmv-deal?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

Similar specs - the Alienware is NOT touch screen, but is also $200 less.
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