Up to $800 off selected laptops
Get up to $800 off selected Dell laptops. Hurry, this deal won't last long. T&Cs apply.
|Last checked||Code description||Code|
|10 Jul 2020||Up to $800 off selected laptops||********|
|10 Jul 2020||Up to 30% off selected monitors||********|
Dell offers personal computers, servers, switches, storage devices, peripherals and more under their own brand along with other branded electronics. The company has built a strong reputation for delivering customer excellence for offering an advanced supply chain model and being able to provide customers with the able to customise the devices they order. Computers laptops are powered by Intel processors to ensure cost-efficient yet reliable machines.
Whether you are looking to purchase a laptop for the home or need an advanced office computer or server, Dell will have a product to match your needs. Be sure to customise your order to meet your expectations through the fast online custom order process. In addition order placed online can benefit from the regular sales and discount codes that we publish below to save on the next order that you place for a Dell computer or device.
Dell is a world recognised computer and technology brand and have become popular with consumers around the world for a number of reasons. Our top reasons we think you will like shopping with Dell are:
There are few customer complaints about buying with Dell. The main issues that have been raised by Dell customers are that the service could be improved by:
All items listed on the Dell website are fully inclusive of delivery, unlike some of their rivals.
|Product Type||Estimated Time of Delivery|
|Smart Selection items (these items are marked accordingly on the website)||2-3 Working Days|
Laptops and Desktops
Workstations and AccessoriesNetwork, Servers and Storage
|7-17 Working Days7-10 Working DaysVaries|
Dell's operations started in 1984 when naming founder Michael Dell launched PCs Limited, a dorm-based company which sold computers similar to the IBM PC from standard components. In 1985, the company launched its own designed computer, the Turbo PC sporting a price tag of $795. The new products were marketed in computer magazines across the United States and delivered an astonishing revenue of $73 million.
1988 was a massive year with the company renaming to Dell Computer Corporation its IPO go live on June 22nd and expansion into international territories. Dell's growth continued in the 1990s right through to 1999 when the company overtook Compaq to be the number one PC manufacturer. Michael Dell resigned as CEO in 2004, promoting Kevin Rollins to the top spot.
In 2013, Michael Dell and Silverlake announced a buyout deal for $24.4 billion which is set to delist its shares from the Hong Kong and NASDAQ stock exchanges that it is currently listed on. This deal is still subject to approval, but signals new times for the longstanding computer manufacturer.
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