Microsoft Offering a Huge Deal on Dell Notebooks – Check Out the Details Right Here

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Dec 29, 2016
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There are a ton of manufacturers aiming to sell you Windows 10-powered notebooks, but it looks like all the deals being offered to you are going to be overshadowed with the one offered by Microsoft and it involves a Dell notebook.

Dell Inspiron 15 i5559-4682SLV Signature Edition Laptop Is Being Offered for a Monumental $370 Discount

If you are living in the United States, then the Dell Inspiron 15 i5559-4682SLV Signature Edition notebook is up for grabs for a spectacular price tag of $379. Keep in mind that the actual price tag of the laptop stands in at $749, so it is definitely a huge price reduction and the hardware present inside the machine are far from terrible.

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The Dell notebook is armed with an Intel Skylake processor (more specifically a Core i5-6200U CPU) and for the memory, you have 8GB of RAM coupled with a 1TB hard drive. If you take a look at the images, you will also notice that there is an optical drive present. Modern-day notebooks are equipped with a SATA-based optical drive meaning that if you purchase a hard drive caddy for the Dell notebook, then you can add a SATA-based SSD in the caddy and upgrade the performance of the laptop considerably.

At the same time, you can also swap the primary mechanical hard drive of the machine with a solid state drive and get the same level of performance, so upgradability is definitely going to be a perk when you’re looking to bump up the storage performance.

Cheaper notebooks always come shipped with SATA-based mechanical hard drives but the best thing about these machines is that you can always swap them out for an SSD and with TLC-type drives getting cheaper and cheaper, affordability should be no problem for you.

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If you’re looking for an even faster machine, then the Core i7 processor edition is also available for grabs, but that is retailing for $649 (after a $150 discount), so the offer isn’t as attractive as the notebook touting the Core i5 processor.

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