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Dell Vostro 1710 Laptop with error. 1.8Ghz C2D, 3gig, 160GB, 256meg graphics $1016 delivered

Posted By: sandgroper, posted 2008/07/11 07:40
Cant believe they have done this again, a dedicated graphics card for a $128 discount! Better than last time it now has 3gig of ram.

Click though and enter ecode R520718-WEB into the ecode finder boxes, change the graphics from basic to 256MB NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GS for a $128.70 discount then at checkout use coupon code 3913182DC576 for an extra 5% discount.

Dont forget bucky cashback too.

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Dell Vostro 1710 Laptop

Intel Core2 Duo Processor T5670 1.8 GHz, 2MB Cache, 800 MHz FSB
Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic 32 bit SP1 Edition (English)
3GB (1X1GB+1X2GB) 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
160GB SATA Hard Drive
Slot load 8X max DVD + /-RW Drive with DVD + R double layer write capability
256MB NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GS
17 " Widescreen WXGA + (1440X900) TFT Display with Anti-glare
90W AC Adapter
6-cell Lithium Ion Primary Battery
Dell TrueMobile 360 Bluetooth Module
Dell 1505 Wireless-N Mini-Card
Integrated Stereo Sound
Norton Internet Security 2008-15 Mths OEM
Or
McAfee Security Center - 15 Months OEM (English)
1 Yr Next Business Day Onsite Service

Dont forget that the cheap monitor offers are still on when buying a Vostro notebook, so you can add a 19" SE198WFP for just $99 less 5%
Or a 22" E228WFP for $199 - 5%
Expiry date:2008/07/17
34°-+
$1,016.79
  • bigal2008/07/11 11:11:43
    seems like they cant get rid of this model :)
  • spajak2008/07/11 14:00:41
    bigal
    seems like they cant get rid of this model :)


    why is it a "Laptop with error."?
  • bigal2008/07/11 14:11:50
    spajak
    why is it a "Laptop with error."?


    When you choose to upgrade the integrated video to a "256MB NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GS" the price of goes down by $128.

    So they are paying you to upgrade to the 8600M video card.
  • admin2008/07/11 18:12:23
    I love that about the Dell site. There's a point where configurability becomes too complex.

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