72 Hour Sale
- Dell Outlet Coupons
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I5-6300HQ Skylake, 4C/4T, 2.3-3.2GHZ, or,
I7-6700HQ Skylake, 4C/8T, 2.6-3.5GHZ
|GPU||Nvidia GTX 960M 4GB GDDR5|
|HDD||256GB SSD / 1TB SSHD / other configuration|
1080p, eDP, IPS, non-touch, or,
3840×2160, eDP, IPS
|Weight||5.72 lbs (~ 2.59 kg)|
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- 7559 I5 version review
- 7559 version review
The 7559 refurbished version now becoming available, via eBay and Dell Home Outlet, for around $550-$800. The configurations vary, especially from Dell Outlet. You can read the description of the New 7559 deal here and you can read the linked reviews, but in general, it is a good gaming laptop with an IPS display, relatively good thermals and GTX 960M gaming performance for a very good price. You can find a refurbished 7559 for $650 with 1TB SSHD from eBay (check the link!) which is an excellent deal, because of the performance/price ratio, plus I think it won’t be hard to resell it in half a year when new laptops come out.
About eBay via Dell Outlet – Dell Home Outlet sometime has very good discounts and coupons and if you can catch a good configuration then you can get lower prices that those from eBay, even including tax, but it takes more time and focus and some will prefer to spend another $50 and just get it from eBay. I’d say that if you want the I7 version, with the 3840×2160 display (which, from what I read, isn’t great) and an SSD+HDD solution included, Dell Outlet is probably a better way to go, but just check it from time to time, to see what coupons are available (currently, 33% off).
So, bottom line, a good laptop, refurbished are fine, with Dell official warranty, and if you want a gaming laptop now, this is a good option to consider.