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Get the Dell XPS 13 for just $750, but only while stocks last

Get the Dell XPS 13 for just $750, but only while stocks last
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If you’re on the lookout for a stylish new laptop then now might be the time to strike, because there is a hefty saving to be made on these Dell laptops. Dell has a few things on sale right now, but these two laptops caught our eye the most. First up is the Dell XPS 13, which we reviewed last year and loved. In fact, we think it’s one of the best laptops out there.

Right now, you can get the Dell XPS 13 laptop with Intel I7 CPU, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD for just $749.99. That’s a $300 discount on the usual price of $1049.99, and it makes the XPS 13 a very tempting choice. 

We reviewed the XPS 13 last year and we found it to be an excellent laptop with a sleek design. We loved the display, the tiny bezels, and the robust aluminum shell. It’s also got plenty of power under the hood thanks to that 10th generation I7 CPU. We’d have liked to see more RAM, but that’s a minor complaint, especially at this price.

If you’re looking for something even cheaper than that, then perhaps this Dell Inspiron 15 3000 Laptop deal will interest you instead. You can get the Dell Inspiron 15 3000 with 11th generation I5 CPU, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD for just $499.99 from the Dell webstore. That’s a tasty $100 discount on this laptop which is rocking the latest Intel CPU.

Both of these laptops also come with a 12-month subscription to McAfee LiveSafe for your security needs, and a one-year hardware warranty (which can be extended for an additional cost.) McAfee Livesafe is basically identical to McAfee Total Protection which we reviewed last year, and it’s one of the best internet security software options on the market.

As we said, Dell has a few things on sale at the moment including home computers, gaming PCs, and all-in-one computers too so head over to check out all the offers in this Dell sale.

Ian Stokes is a writer with a varied background - from academic publishing through to video games journalism. In fact the only thing he doesn't enjoy writing about is himself.