Dell’s XPS 13 notebook has always been one of our favorite portables, and at the time of writing, it’s ranked third in our list of the best laptops out there – so you might be interested to learn of a cracking deal on one of these machines.
Currently Dell is selling the XPS 13 with 8GB of RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD (a step up from the base 256GB storage) for £1,299, which is a saving of £269.99 compared to the normal asking price of £1,568.99.
You might see a better offer with Amazon Prime Day deals or on Black Friday, but no one can predict the future, and for the time being, this is a very compelling price reduction on this particular model.
This laptop is built around an Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor with integrated Iris Plus Graphics, and it has a 13.4-inch display with a 1920 x 1200-pixel (Full HD+) resolution.
It’s a truly classy and premium looking notebook, featuring a superb quality screen – with vanishingly slim bezels – and to say that it’s lightweight and portable is an understatement.
If you want a truly compact laptop with impressive performance levels which is easy to take with you on the go, Dell’s XPS 13 is a good fit for your needs. Perhaps the biggest stumbling block is the steep asking price, but at least even that’s a more palatable pill to swallow with this chunky discount.
Dell XPS 13 Core i7, 8GB, 512GB:
£1,568.99 £1,299 at Dell.com
Dell’s XPS 13 is a beautifully crafted compact laptop which boasts impressive battery life to boot. There’s not much to dislike about the machine save for the asking price, and with this 18% discount, it’s certainly more affordable now.
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