We're big fans of Dell's latest XPS 13 round these parts, but one issue there has been outside of the U.S. is availability of the full range. In the UK, for example, the only models to go on sale initially were the range topping, Intel Core i7 models. Fortunately that's improved since and now British buyers can spend substantially less and get one from £799.
For that you can pick up the non-touch, Intel Core i5 version with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Double the storage and the RAM and you get probably the better value for money deal since it'll only set you back at extra £80 at £879.
While there's no denying the QHD+ Infinity Display is incredible, our own Daniel Rubino has spent some time with the non-touch, 1080p version and was very impressed. One of the big selling points of the XPS 13 at launch was the wide range of price points, and at least now British buyers can get in on some of that.
Source: Dell UK
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