We get it: actually scoring of one of the most sought-after laptops isn’t simple. When a notebook PC costs nearly as much as your rent, you’ll take any deal you can find.
Dell’s sleek, sharp and powerful XPS laptops aren’t any different in this regard. They’re the most premium laptops in Dell’s lineup, and the company knows that.
But, while you’re ready to take up any deal on a Dell XPS 13 or XPS 15 that comes your way, chances are you probably shouldn’t. That’s where we come in. Allow us to dig through the muck and mire of the web for you: presenting the best Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 deals in March.
The best Dell XPS 13 deals
As does any other laptop maker with its leading machine, Dell actually runs deals on its XPS 13 rather often … just not as large of ones or as frequently as, say, its mid-range Inspiron lineup.
Being Dell's most lusted-after laptop, it makes sense. With up to a 13.3-inch, 3K IPS touchscreen inside an 11-inch aluminum frame, Intel's latest Core i processors as well as Thunderbolt 3 and an SD card slot, the XPS 13 is ready for all sorts of use in work and play.
Below you'll find the best deals we could find on the XPS 13 in the UK, US and Australia, with notable limited deals in the US, UK and Australia as of this writing. Just note that most XPS 13 deals listed are with entry-level specs, so check to make sure whether the model you want has the parts you want inside, too.
The best Dell XPS 15 deals
The XPS 15 is, frankly, a simply larger XPS 13. However, that extra space inside the 14-inch frame (fitting a 15.6-inch version of that beautiful screen) allows for Nvidia's GTX 960M mobile graphics processor.
All else equal, this makes the XPS 15 even more suitable for professionals and players alike, though only considerably less portable. And, of course, a bigger screen asks for a heftier price tag.
Below are the best deals we could muster on the XPS 13 in the UK, US and Australia, with notable limited deals in the US, UK and Australia as of this writing. We'll say it again: note that most XPS 15 deals listed are with entry-level specs, so check to make sure whether the version you want has the hardware you want inside, too.