Where's the best place to buy a Dell XPS 15 (9510)?
Why buy direct from Dell?
While it never used to be the case, today, you'll likely find the best prices for Dell laptops on the company's own storefront. This is no different for the Dell XPS 15 (9510), one of the best Dell laptops you can buy.
There's also the fact Dell has a handy configuration tool that lets you choose your dream XPS 15, along with optional extras and upgrades to make it something special. If you don't want to part with the full amount right now, Dell provides options for payment plans to be set up. Oh, and there's free shipping to sweeten the deal.
What makes the new Dell XPS 15 so great?
The Dell XPS 15 has been one of the most iconic 15-inch laptops for years, and the latest iteration further builds on this with the latest processors from Intel, RTX 3050 Ti GPU from NVIDIA, and optional high-end 4K OLED display. This laptop can also be kitted out with Intel's powerful 11th Gen Core i9 processors, unlocking incredible levels of performance for a portable PC. Not only is it great for light computing, but also serious tasks like photo and video editing.
And the 4K OLED panel is simply gorgeous, being able to hit 500 nits of brightness and score 94% DCI-P3 and a 1650:1 contrast ratio for amazing color reproduction. The screen also has an anti-reflective coating as a bonus. Dell hit the ball out of the park with the XPS 15 design, and the company hasn't altered it at all for this generation, making it a stunning purchase.
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The latest Dell XPS 15 can be kitted out with a 4K OLED display, NVIDIA RTX 3050 Ti, and has the latest Intel Core i5, i7, or i9 processor inside. It's a powerful PC from one of Dell's most recognized lines of laptops.
Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.
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