Things kick off at £1,097 with the XPS 13, sporting an Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. You can spend a little more and even throw around £1,571 at a Dell XPS 15, which comes packing an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB storage, and a GTX 1050 GPU.
That's the meat of the deal, but why spend more than £1,000 on a Windows laptop, and a Dell XPS series for that matter? Simply put, these laptops are fantastic portable PCs. We've given both the XPS 13 and XPS 15 family of notebooks positive reviews thanks to the overall build quality and experience.
Thankfully, due to competition, Dell's own product line isn't priced out of reach and means you can bag a deal when promotions like this one come around. If you seek a premium-looking laptop with capable internals, you'll want to give these beauties a looking.
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