Dell makes some of the best Windows laptops you can buy, and the best Dell laptop you can get is the XPS 13. Right now, several versions of the XPS 13 are on sale directly from Dell. Whether you want a convertible or a traditional laptop, you can save quite a bit. If you don't mind if your laptop is the latest model, there's also a great deal on the still lovely Dell XPS 13 9300.
The Dell XPS 13 9310, also known as the New XPS 13, is an incredible laptop that earned a rare perfect score in executive editor Daniel Rubinos's Dell XPS 13 review. In his review, Rubino calls the device "close to perfection" and highlights its improved performance, battery life, display, and design.
There are deals on various models of the New XPS 13, but one of the best is the $120 you can save on the Intel Core i5 model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The latest XPS 13 features a taller 16:10 display, 11th-Gen Intel processor with all-day battery life, and a design unmatched by any other PC on the market. It's flawless in features and functionality, making it the best 13-inch non-convertible Ultrabook around, without question.
If you prefer a convertible laptop, the new XPS 13 2-in-1 is an excellent option. It has a stunning design with a 16:10 display that can flip around. It runs on Intel's 11th Gen processors and gets 8 hours of battery life to last you all day. Again, there are several versions on sale from Dell, but the best deal is probably the Intel Core i5 model, which is $176 off.
If you're okay with getting an older model, the XPS 13 with a 10th Gen Intel Core processor has a lower starting price. You can get a Core i7 version for $784, which is $266 off of its normal price.
Flip and go
You get all the advantages of the great notebook with the additional functionality of a convertible with the XPS 13 2-in-1.
Older but still great
Old but gold
This is an older XPS 13, but it still has an excellent design. It's a great Ultrabook, and you can grab one for a big discount through Dell.
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