Dell Dell Super Sale: Inspiron 14 7000 Laptop $730, Seagate 4TB External Drive $120, Alienware Gaming Keyboard and Mouse $100 + More Seagate 4TB External Hard Drive $120 + More!

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It's a super time to shop for a back-to-school computer at Dell, because their Super Sale is on now and you can save up to $900.00 on select Dell desktops, laptops and other electronics!

We've listed a few of the coupon codes and deals available in this sale to help get you started.

Coupon Codes

  • 10%OFFMONITOR -- 10% off select monitors
  • $15OFF$199+ -- $15.00 off products over $199.00
  • $25OFF$500PC -- $25.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $500.00
  • $50OFF$900PC -- $50.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $899.99
  • $75OFF$1100PC -- $75.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1099.99
  • $100OFF$1300PC -- $100.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1299.99
  • $150OFF$1700PC -- $150.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1699.99

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The Dell Super Sale is effective until August 20 at 6:00 AM ET. Dell.ca offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum purchase.

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    • Decent specs sheet, relatively thin profile, a bit of a womp womp on the 1050 though.

      Pity.
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    • This isn't a gaming laptop. It's not meant to get hot. Looks like a great computer. I just don't like the keyboard. Other than that it looks great for the money. their Surface Pro goes for even more than this and has half the specs...
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    • Good deal but how does this stack up against the Matebook X Pro?
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    • lilclie wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2018 8:24 am
      Good deal but how does this stack up against the Matebook X Pro?
      The screen on the Matebook X Pro is better and has much higher resolution and is a touch screen. However, this has upgradable RAM and a much newer and powerful CPU, so should be way more future proof.
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    • I got this build in the mail a few days ago, it took 3 weeks to get here. The build quality is good but the speakers are terrible. There is noticible distortion at 50% volume and anything over 70% gets very bad. I'm returning it. The black carbon fiber is a huge finger print magnet.

      I decided to got with the white xps13 for travel and build a desktop for heavy use.
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    • keep in mind this is an H CPU, draws more power and gets hotter. but you can undervolt those I think...
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    • ConceptPro wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2018 8:00 am
      This isn't a gaming laptop. It's not meant to get hot. Looks like a great computer. I just don't like the keyboard. Other than that it looks great for the money. their Surface Pro goes for even more than this and has half the specs...
      Then they should've gone with an MX150, the 1050 tells me they were trying... but failed.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2018 8:48 am
      Then they should've gone with an MX150, the 1050 tells me they were trying... but failed.
      it's a 1050ti does that make a difference?
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    • 10% cash back on ebates and possibly 10% or Unidays makes it hotter?

      Screen is awesome even though it isn't 4K. Given the size, most people can't tell the difference. The panel outputs 400nits if it is the same one on my low end XPS 15.
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    • thanks OP, good deal
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2018 8:48 am
      Then they should've gone with an MX150, the 1050 tells me they were trying... but failed.
      The MX150 is totally worthless, Just a power draw, every time I see it I think waste of cash.

      These types of computer already throttle under load, a real GPU would burn your house down AND throttle under load. You want a thicker laptop for that, or better yet just buy a desktop.
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    • Thanks for the post, I've been watching this as well to combine witn an EGPU for when I want to game
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    • This is a good deal for those who are interested in it. It goes on sale periodically but usually $100 more. Bob of All Trades didn't recommend it because of poor thermals but if you don't push it hard it's probably ok.
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    • As most here have said, this laptop is not gonna be good for heavy gaming because it’s only a 1050ti max Q and the thin chassis will make the CPU throttle, even if you hook up a eGPU. The 4 lane thunderbolt 3 port is a bonus as it at least lets you have the option of a good eGPU connection.

      However, for those who need the portability and/or do not have space in the house for a monitor and desktop set up, this is a good compromise. For build quality, fit and finish, this is likely the nicest outside of a Macbook Pro. I don’t actually mind the keyboard, it sure beats the Macbook one :D

      It’s a tough choice to make and I’ve been going back and forth about getting an actual gaming laptop like the MSIs or Asus ROGs, but ultimately my budget is small and a 1060 or 1070 laptop is way overpowered for what I need this laptop for and well, can’t justify spending that kind of money.

      THanks Martlemedia for bringing up the speaker problem. Are there any other major problems that have been widely reported? I’ve read about the GPU overheating to the point where the laptop shuts off, is that really that widespread and have they issued a BIOs fix i wonder?
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    • I ordered this but took awhile for to Dell to assemble. It got shipped after 3 weeks but there was a problem. They did not put my unit number on the address so it took awhile again. I decided to refuse it and return it to Dell. It was a good decision because a lot of reviewers were not happy with it. Like Dave2d.
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    • I pulled the trigger on the 1080p, 16gb ram, 512gb ssd version and after unidays and ebates it was $1560 + tax. Solid deal overall......The 1050ti is plenty for my needs, I don't game and my mid size revit models will run fine on this but I may have to upgrade to 32gb ram in the future if needed. I also use autocad daily but it will run on a toaster. Yeah I could buy a bigger bulkier 1060 laptop for cheaper but I prefer the premium finish instead....especially bringing it to client meetings and i'm coming from a 2012 macbook pro.

      Also debating the 4K, 32gb, 1tb version......with unidays and ebates it works out to $2400 + tax.......upgrading the other laptop to 32gb ram will be about $500 bucks but is the 4k screen worth another $400? I will never use the 1tb ssd.....512gb is plenty as I work off an external samsung ssd.
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    • Still a good find OP. Don't forget to call Dell to get more discount. They gave me additional 2%. I asked the rep if I can stack eCoupons, he said no. Dell has a really good customer service.

      This is not for gaming but 1050ti would be good enough for games like Dota2 or Overwatch. If you are thinking of gaming, consider Aero 15 or Razer Blade Stealth.
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    • YOu can call for extra discounts? what do you tell them to get that 2%?
      AdrianESF wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2018 10:50 am
      Still a good find OP. Don't forget to call Dell to get more discount. They gave me additional 2%. I asked the rep if I can stack eCoupons, he said no. Dell has a really good customer service.

      This is not for gaming but 1050ti would be good enough for games like Dota2 or Overwatch. If you are thinking of gaming, consider Aero 15 or Razer Blade Stealth.
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    • moomoosaurus wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2018 10:20 am
      It’s a tough choice to make and I’ve been going back and forth about getting an actual gaming laptop like the MSIs or Asus ROGs, but ultimately my budget is small and a 1060 or 1070 laptop is way overpowered for what I need this laptop for and well, can’t justify spending that kind of money.
      The money aspect depends on the importance of size and feel. As others have pointed out the XPS15 discussed here is more expensive than some GTX1060 models that have better cooling but it is also much thinner and lighter so if these aspects are important you'd better stick to the XPS15.

      I bought an MSI GE62VR-7RF last year with i7-7700HQ, 16GB ram, 256Gb SSD + 1TG HDD, 1080p screen and GTX1060 6Gb, hell it even has a dvd drive (legacy gaming format compatibility they call it) I found a good deal and paid $1,450 all-in (with 15% Quebec taxes) so budget-wise they are pretty similar but one is a larger gaming rig and the other is a thin and light workhorse, same price but different market and different buyers.

      Still, the 1050Ti is not a bad GPU in itself, you should expect to play most modern game in 1080p at medium settings. Just be sure to check the temperetaures because an i7 and GTX1050Ti in such a thin chassis are bound to heat up. If you plan to game with the XPS15 you should probably at least deactivate the turbo-boost using ThrottleStop or another solution. You can also undervolt but usually just deactivating turboboost has a decent impact on temperatures.

      On a personal note I always find it funny when people complain about the size and weight of modern gaming notebooks since my GE62VR is actually thinner and lighter then my old Inspiron 6400 I used to carry around back in university.
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