Dell XPS deals are a fine thing if you can get a great one. These are Dell's premium portable machiners and offer an all-in-one, almost 'do-it-all' approach that not many machines can. From creaming through work tasks to easy home use, and even some proper gaming, these laptops can be the complete package. Such is their power and competency, XPS deals are thrown in with Dell's gaming machines, and today's XPS deals (opens in new tab) can be browsed alongside those also-excellent gaming rigs and laptops. However, we've picked out a few that are highlights for you below.
- Save money on Dell's XPS sale right now (opens in new tab)
It can be easy to get lost looking for the best XPS deals when the machines are tossed in with Dell's gaming laptops and Alienware machines, but they are there if you just root around a bit - or let us do the donkey work and check out the few we've highlighted below. From across the XPS deal price spectrum, these machines are all worthy of your attention - even if the latest models will be shouting loudest. And remember, with each new iteration of laptop that's released, the slightly older - but still excellent - models might become that bit cheaper and more bargain-y.
Cutting to the best-value chase, the XPS 13 Touch laptop going for $699.99 (opens in new tab) is probably the top deal going to get your hands on a shiny new XPS machine. It's a really, genuinely solid home and work 13-inch machine that sports 8GB of RAM, that Infinity Edge touch display, and one of Intel's latest 10th-generation processors
However, if you're after even more 'new-ness'- and power - from your XPS deal, then this new XPS 13 Touch model could be for you. It features an i7 10th-generation Intel processor, 16GB of RAM, and a gorgeous 4K screen. It has $144 off its price tag, taking it down to $1,714.99 (opens in new tab).
If you have the budget and want one of thee premium portable powerhouses to be gaming-capable too, then the New XPS 15 model with a GTX 1650 graphics card is for you. Alongside that good graphics card, this machine has an i7-10750H processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. It's discounted by $189 and is $1,469.99 (opens in new tab) right now.
Lastly, if you're after flexibility, then an XPS 13 2-in-1 laptop (which has a $177 discount and offers the brilliance of a slick tablet-laptop combo in premium machine form) is a great match for you. Its design means it can double up as a work and home laptop but also a fun and entertainment based tablet-style machine too. It's now $881.99 (opens in new tab).
An XPS discount like this is not necessarily a rare thing, but these are great machines from Dell's premium range and that is always a tasty proposition. If you've been eyeing up a machine that offers excellence for home and work use while keeping a slick design and offering great portability, then this might just be your lucky day.
Dell 13 Touch laptop |
$908.99 $699.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Coming safely below the four-figure mark which the XPS range often sits above, this is the best XPS deal going right now and one that won't disappoint if you're after a premium laptop for home and work.
New Dell XPS 13 Touch laptop |
$1,858.99 $1,714.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
The very latest iteration of the XPS, and with $144 off, this is a great deal for anyone looking to ride the latest-tech wave. There's a new Intel processor inside, a 4K screen, and 16GB of memory to have you crunching through home and work tasks with ease.
New Dell XPS 15 laptop |
$1,658.99 $1,469.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
If you are looking for something that can manage games as well as home and work use with aplomb, then this XPS 15 deal is for you. The GTX 1650 graphics card will hold its own on modern games, while you also benefit from a brand-new 10th-generation Intel processor. Nice.
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 laptop |
$1,008.99 $881.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
And if you're looking for the most versatile and flexible - literally - option of the XPS range then this 13-inch 2-in-1 XPS is for you. This will have you covered for whatever you need to use it, and its gorgeous 4K WLED touch screen, for.
These machines will serve you very well for whatever home or work use - or even light gaming usage - you throw at them.
However, it's worth considering extra peripherals to adorn your new setup with, particularly if any of these will be your primary work machine from home. Therefore, we recommend thinking about the best gaming mouse (opens in new tab), the best gaming keyboard (opens in new tab), and the best gaming headset (opens in new tab). It's often worth considering gaming gear as extras as the value for money, we think, is better and their quality is very noticeably above budget peripherals. Plus, you know, you can use them for gaming.