Dell did an outstanding job with this laptop, thoughtfully designing the XPS 15 2-in-1 from the ground-up, and the fundamentals (typing, display, trackpad, and build quality) are well above average. We gave it a pretty lengthy review, weighing the pros and cons, and overall we really like it! You can give that review a read, and then come back here and enter the giveaway to maybe win one for yourself! Keep reading for details and to enter.
How to enter
One lucky reader will win a Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 laptop
There are multiple ways to enter, each with varying point values, in the widget at the bottom of this post. Complete all of the tasks by clicking each option in the widget for maximum entries and your best shot at winning. Keep in mind that all winning entries are verified and if the task was not completed or cannot be verified, a new winner will be chosen. The contest is open internationally, but any customs fees or taxes incurred during shipping are the responsibility of the contest winner.
The giveaway is open until September 12, 2018, and the winner will be announced right here in the widget shortly after the close date.
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