Some of the best laptop deals are from Dell, which is offering a lot of different options across all budget ranges. To help you make your decision on what’s going to be your next laptop, we’ve picked out the highlights of the Dell laptop deals that are available right now. You’re going to have to hurry with your purchase if you’re interested in any of these devices though, as their discounts may be gone sooner than you think.
- Dell Inspiron 15 — $300, was $430
- Dell Inspiron 14 — $450, was $700
- Dell Inspiron 16 2-in-1 — $600, was $800
- Dell XPS 13 — $849, was $949
- Dell Inspiron 16 — $1,000, was $1,250
- Dell XPS 17 — $3,149, was $3,549
Dell Inspiron 15 — $300, was $430
The Dell Inspiron 15 is as good as it gets when it comes to student laptop deals and budget Dell laptops as a whole, at least in terms of usability and day-to-day quality of life. The 11th-generation Intel Core i3 processor is an entry-level CPU that’s still powerful enough to get most, if not all, productivity work done without a hitch, and it’s fast enough that it won’t interfere with web browsing and watching movies. That said, it does come with Windows 11 Home in S mode, which is useful given that you only get 8GB of RAM, but even so, you will need to be conscious of your tab and app usage. The 120Hz refresh rate is surprising, given this isn’t a gaming-oriented laptop, but we appreciate it nonetheless, especially since it will make movie and show watching more enjoyable. The only downside is the 128GB storage, which might mean you’ll have to reach for one of these external hard drive deals to supplement.
Dell Inspiron 14 — $450, was $700
The Dell Inspiron 14 will get your everyday tasks done with its AMD Ryzen 7 5825U processor and integrated AMD Radeon Graphics, plus 8GB of RAM for smooth multitasking and a 512GB SSD for ample storage space for your apps and files. The Windows 11 Home-equipped laptop features a 14-inch screen with Full HD+ resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate, and with Ddell’s ComfortView technology, your eyes won’t be strained by harmful blue light.
Dell Inspiron 16 2-in-1 — $600, was $800
The best 2-in-1 laptops are comfortable to use and offer a lot of great value, and the Dell Inspiron 16 2-in-1 does just that, with a streamlined body that looks good and a great touchpad and keyboard to work with. Productivity performance is also excellent with the low-to-mid-range AMD Ryzen 5 7530U, and since AMD CPUs tend to be a bit more efficient than Intel’s, you’ll get a little extra battery life out of it. You also get a whopping 512GB of storage to work with, which is impressive, although, unfortunately, you still only get 8GB of RAM. That’s not necessarily a dealbreaker, but it would have been nice to see a bit more.
Dell XPS 13 — $849, was $949
If you’re a fan of the Apple MacBook Air but you don’t want to be part of the Apple ecosystem, you can stay on Windows with the Dell XPS 13, and it’s pretty impressive. It is easily one of the most compact laptops at a thickness of just 0.55 inches, and with a weight of 2.59 pounds, it almost feels like it’s as light as a feather. In terms of specs, you get a powerful 12th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, which will do most productivity and editing work, and the integrated Intel Iris Xe Graphics certainly helps with that as well. RAM is very respectable in that it’s both 16GB and DDR5, the fastest type on the market. You also get 512GB of storage, which is a ton of space, especially on a device this small.
Dell Inspiron 16 — $1,000, was $1,250
With the 13th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2050 graphics card, and 16GB of RAM, this build of the Dell Inspiron 16 is one of the most reliable laptops in the market right now for work and school purposes. The device is powered by Windows 11 Home, which comes pre-installed in an expansive 1TB SSD that offers ample space for all of your software and projects, and it features a 16.0-inch screen with Full HD+ resolution that’s bright and colorful to double as a decent entertainment device for watching streaming shows.
Dell XPS 17 — $3,149, was $3,549
Let’s jump the price (and discount) up a bit and go for a workhorse laptop. The biggest sibling in the Dell XPS family is the Dell XPS 17, and it’s a powerhouse with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070, which will let you get some gaming done on the 17.0-inch UHD+ screen, and the 13th-generation Intel Core i9 processor. You’ll get 32GB of RAM that will let you multitask between apps without experiencing any slowdowns, as well as a 1TB SSD you can use for quite a while before hitting your storage limits. With Windows 11 Home pre-installed, you can start using the Dell XPS 17 right away after you unbox it.
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