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Inspiron 1420 Core 2 Duo (1.5GHz), 2GB, 160GB HD, 14" Laptop w/ Vista Premium $587 EXPIRED

wffsoccer 553 July 10, 2007 at 01:17 AM in Computers (4)
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Promoted 07-10-2007 at 03:12 AM View Original Post

UPDATE: Coupon no longer stacks with instant discount

Dell EPP has the Inspiron 1420 Core 2 Duo (1.5GHz) 14" Laptop w/ Vista Premium for $587 w/ free shipping. Thanks wffsoccer & oneandsix.

  1. Click here and get the $200 off Inspiron coupon.
  2. Click here and add the Inspiron on the left to cart.
  3. Apply coupon received from step 1.

Final price is $1088 - auto $289 discount - $200 coupon - 2% off = $587.

Specs:
Intel Core 2 Duo T5250 (1.5GHz/667Mhz FSB/2MB cache)
Genuine Windows® Vista Home Premium ion
Anti-glare, widescreen 14.1 inch display (1280x800)
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
2GB Shared Dual Channel DDR2 at 667MHz
160GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM)
CD / DVD writer (DVD+/-RW Drive)
Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N Mini-card
Integrated 2.0 Megapixel Webcam
85Whr Lithium Ion Battery (9 cell)
High Definition Audio 2.0

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Edited July 10, 2007 at 07:05 AM by wffsoccer
First, go HERE [Dell.com]

Second, go HERE [dell.com]

Add to cart, apply coupon, walla.


I'll I ask in return, For the love of god, quit sending me coupons. Ive emptied my PM box TWICE!, I am in the process of buying desktops for my new office.

Thanks and ENJOY!

Quote :
Inspiron 1420
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T5250 (1.5GHz/667Mhz FSB/2MB cache), Genuine Windows® Vista Home Premium Edition $1,088.00 1 $1,088.00
Inspiron 1420 Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T5250 (1.5GHz/667Mhz FSB/2MB cache)
[223-0963]

System Color Jet Black
[466-8095]

Memory FREE! 2GB Shared Dual Channel DDR2 at 667MHz
[466-8371]

LCD Panel Anti-glare, widescreen 14.1 inch display (1280x800)
[320-5497]

Video Card Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
[320-5495]

Hard Drive FREE! 160GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM)
[466-8376]

Operation System Genuine Windows® Vista Home Premium Edition
[310-9171]
[420-5769]
[420-5924]
[420-6436]
[420-6556]
[420-6995]
[420-7076]
[420-7244]
[463-2282]

Integrated NIC and Modem Integrated 10/100 Network Card and Modem
[430-0493]

Adobe Software Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 7.0
[412-0917]

Optical Drive CD / DVD writer (DVD+/-RW Drive)
[313-5277]
[420-6464]

Sound Card High Definition Audio 2.0
[313-4783]

Wireless Networking Cards Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N Mini-card
[430-2337]

Camera Integrated 2.0 Megapixel Webcam
[320-5522]
[412-0968]

Misc Productivity Software Microsoft Works 8. DOES NOT INCLUDE MS WORD
[412-0915]

Anti-Virus/ Security suite (pre-install) No security subscription (McAfee 30-day trial)
[420-6594]

Battery Options 85Whr Lithium Ion Battery (9 cell)
[312-0540]

Limited Warranty, Services and Support Options 1 Yr In-Home Service, Parts + Labor - Next Business Day
[412-0360]
[950-3337]
[960-2780]
[983-3160]
[987-5387]
[987-8129]

Dial-Up Internet Access 6 Months of America Online Membership Included
[412-0933]
[412-0934]
[412-0935]

Miscellaneous Inspiron 1420
[466-8288]

Digital Imaging Yahoo! Music Jukebox - Music Player
[412-0943]

Datasafe Free 3 GB Online Backup for 1Yr
[420-7091]
[420-7092]
[987-4817]

Processor Branding Intel Centrino Core Duo Processor
[310-9348]

Labels Windows Vista™ Premium
[310-8628]


Save $289 off this Inspiron 1420 system! - $289.00
Save $200 off Inspiron notebooks priced $999 and above! - $200.00

ADDITIONAL DISCOUNTS AND COUPONS


Dell EPP/FSS customers receive 2% off systems priced less than $800 with 1/2yr At-Home service. - $11.98
Subtotal: $587.02
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Last Edited by bluedevils July 12, 2007 at 04:59 AM
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#4
nvd...


edit: oh plz dont forget to change the cover color - its set to Ruby Red by default laugh out loud
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#5
You should seperate the HD from DVD in the thread title, I was confused for a second.
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Quote from laptopquestions View Post :
Don't let that stop you...

I am dual booting a 1420 between Vista and XP now Smilie

The XP drivers are available.

Requires a little work, but worth the effort nod

-LQ
so you have 2 operating systems? i need xp for my printers for work. they aren't compatible with vista yet.
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#7
also, since dell will only install vista on these, would it void my warranty if i wiped the hard drive and installed XP Pro?
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Quote from wakeboarder86 View Post :
also, since dell will only install vista on these, would it void my warranty if i wiped the hard drive and installed XP Pro?
I would say that if it were me I would do it but keep the hidden partition (for restoring OEM) intact then do your fresh install of XP.
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Quote from mach vii View Post :
I would say that if it were me I would do it but keep the hidden partition (for restoring OEM) intact then do your fresh install of XP.
what does that mean? keep vista on a smaller partition?
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Quote from wakeboarder86 View Post :
what does that mean? keep vista on a smaller partition?
Nope.
This is what I did when I received my lappy. First of all, I got the OEM Vista CD's from Dell overnighted to me...then I reformatted the hard drive to get rid of all the trialware crap they send with the machine, and then I reinstalled Vista Home Premium.
It came partitioned two ways - one with Vista on it, and one with an OEM Restoration point (which is pretty much the CD they sent me, on a partition).
I deleted both partitions and started from scratch.
It's not really a gaming laptop, so I don't see why you're so scared to try out Vista. It works fine for everything but games, which is why I went back to XP on my home desktop after trying out Vista for a while.
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#11
Quote from ReSiDeNtGrOuCh View Post :
Nope.
This is what I did when I received my lappy. First of all, I got the OEM Vista CD's from Dell overnighted to me...then I reformatted the hard drive to get rid of all the trialware crap they send with the machine, and then I reinstalled Vista Home Premium.
It came partitioned two ways - one with Vista on it, and one with an OEM Restoration point (which is pretty much the CD they sent me, on a partition).
I deleted both partitions and started from scratch.
It's not really a gaming laptop, so I don't see why you're so scared to try out Vista. It works fine for everything but games, which is why I went back to XP on my home desktop after trying out Vista for a while.
As I said before, my printers for work are not compatible with Vista.
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#12
Installing XP won't void the warranty. Do a fresh install of XP but don't delete the hidden partition that has the OEM image on it (so the computer can be restored to 'as-bought'). Hopefully you will never need to access it Big Grin
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Quote from mach vii View Post :
Installing XP won't void the warranty. Do a fresh install of XP but don't delete the hidden partition that has the OEM image on it (so the computer can be restored to 'as-bought'). Hopefully you will never need to access it Big Grin
hmm now i need to find a copy of xp pro.
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Quote from wakeboarder86 View Post :
so you have 2 operating systems? i need xp for my printers for work. they aren't compatible with vista yet.
Yes, I can boot into either Vista or XP.

-LQ
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Quote from mach vii View Post :
Installing XP won't void the warranty. Do a fresh install of XP but don't delete the hidden partition that has the OEM image on it (so the computer can be restored to 'as-bought'). Hopefully you will never need to access it Big Grin
For those looking to install XP, here is a helpful thread....

1420 With Windows XP (that is, I nerfed Vista)
http://forum.notebookreview.com/s...p?t=143417

If you want to dual boot, it is a bit more work and I can provide more details if anyone is interested.

Note: I used Acronis True Image to back up partitions as I tested various configurations. This is also a good idea in case anything goes south or you just want to experiment.

-LQ
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