Get more done with these heavily discounted Dell laptops
Save up to $700 on more than a dozen models from Dell's excellent Inspiron and XPS ranges.
Whether it's homework, work or just general life management, it's practically impossible to get by these days without a laptop by your side. Sure, a traditional desktop PC can handle the same tasks, but who has the time in this fast-paced world to always be chained to a desk? The freedom to take your work with you is more important than ever, cutting out the downtime during long commutes and making it simple to collaborate with friends and co-workers both inside the office and out. You can't really take your desktop PC to the park, after all.
All this portability used to come at a steep cost, with laptops priced beyond the average budget despite lacking the power of a traditional computer. Not so anymore. Laptops are now more than capable of doing everything their immobile siblings can, and you don't need to take out a second mortgage to afford one.
This is especially true in Dell's latest sale. The hardware manufacturer has slashed the price of 20 high-quality laptops across both its Inspiron and XPS product lines, taking as much as $740 off select models. Everything from the simple yet capable Inspiron 15 3000 up to the premium XPS 15 is heavily discounted, with plenty of options available for all computing needs and budgets.
We've picked out a few of our favourite deals below. If you'd rather browse the full range of discounted laptops for yourself, just head on over to Dell's sale page. You'll want to hurry, though, as these deals are only sticking around until Thursday 8 February.
|Laptop model||Regular price||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Inspiron 15 3000||$999||$799||Go to site|
|Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1||$1399||$1149||Go to site|
|New Inspiron 15 5000||$1899||$1329||Go to site|
|XPS 13||$2299||$1839||Go to site|
|XPS 15||$2599||$2099||Go to site|
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