The Dell XPS laptops are some of the best laptops for creative professionals out there, and now's the best time of the year to bag one for at a great price. That's why we've compiled a guide to the very best prices of the Dell XPS range, from the Dell XPS 13 to the most recent Dell XPS 17.
Each of the XPS laptops come with different configurations, which will mean different price points, so it's not just 13-inches, 15-inches or 17-inches to choose from. Also, with the brand-new 2021 models, you're likely to score even better bargains on the 2020 iterations right now.
But why the Dell XPS range? The Dell XPS 13, with its improved battery life, stunning visuals, HD webcam and sleek design, is a great choice if you need an allrounder laptop. Whereas the Dell XPS 15 is perfect if you're looking for a more robust step up, boasting oodles of power, stunning visuals and excellent design. The XPS 17 is a great choice for pros that demand that extra screen space, not to mention processing power.
Alongside these two, the 2-in-1 is the hybrid tablet/laptop that gives the MacBook Pro a run for its money. If you're looking for a monitor, check out our list of the best Dell monitors (opens in new tab) available. Or you're looking for even more deals, check out our Black Friday 2021 article which will be updated regularly.
Dell XPS 13
The XPS 13 is Dell's flagship machine, and we've long thought it was the best 13-inch laptop out there. With a new iteration out in 2020 sporting a higher price tag and higher specs, you can still get the 2019 model with many of the lovely design touches and hardware highlights, for a bargain. Whichever XPS 13 iteration you chose, it will definitely be one of the best Dell XPS deals, as the XPS 15 comes at a higher price tag.
Of course, the 2020 version is going to be a little bit speedier than the 2019 model, but both have svelte design, potential for luscious 4K, and both run like a dream.
Here are the best Dell XPS 13 deals we could find around the world. Be aware, though, that most of these deals will include entry-level specifications, but as we've said, even the starting point XPS 13 outshines most of its competitors!
Dell XPS 15
This is the bigger brother of the XPS 15, and though the top end specs of the 13 are close to the 15, there are some obvious differences between them. The most blatant is the 15.6-inch screen, which provides utterly beautiful colours and an all together immersive InfinityEdge display – making any discount that you can find on this model reason enough to make it one of the best Dell XPS deals.
This is one for professionals, who like a bigger sized laptop, who don't mind trading a little portability for power. The entry level of the most recent model comes with 10th Gen Core i5-10300H processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD graphics and a 15.6-inch 19200 x 1200 InfinityEdge display – but of course upgrades bring more powerful, faster and crisper options. Ultimately, the Dell XPS 15's quality will always be reflected in its price, but you're still getting value for your money especially compared to its competitor Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Dell XPS 17
This 17-inch display XPS laptop is a beast. With its capability - and price tag - it's probably not for every user. But if you're looking for an eminently capable business laptop, with beautiful display and lightning fast insides, this is the best Dell XPS choice.
It's not just the extra real estate that you get with the XPS 17. This laptop stands out from its smaller cousins by bringing real muscle to the graphics department, ideal if you're a professional creative (or gamer), who works long hours on the screen. Dell has also added extra oomph to the XPS 17's speakers, and although we presume most users would come with one of the best noise-cancelling headphones (opens in new tab) with them, if you're caught short, these in-built speakers do the job.
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1
Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1 takes everything that we admire about the XPS 13 model and puts it in a tablet/laptop hybrid. It has a great touch screen without skimping on the stunning XPS 13 visuals, thanks to the 13.4-inch Infinity Edge touch display, and its tablet state and portability make it a great option for artists on the move.
The design is stunning, with its minimalist aluminium chassis, white and silver layout, and textured keyboard with its soft touch, backlit keys. It can be folded into a tablet, propped up in a tent shape for viewing your favourite media, or used in the usual laptop form. And you can get the 2-in-1 as a XPS 15 too, making this one of the most beautiful, versatile laptops out there.
Dell XPS Tower
Compared to an XPS laptop, if you get a Dell XPS Tower, you're getting a powerful PC at a great price. This is because it's not portable, and there's no ingenious design needed to fit all the power in a sleek and slim, portable laptop set up. But don't get us wrong, the XPS tower is slim and slight in design. But it packs a punch when it comes to zipping through big work files.
Of course, the down side of the XPS tower is that you'll need to choose a monitor (check out the best Dell monitors (opens in new tab)), mouse and keyboard. But a very big plus side is that you can build up your XPS tower with more RAM, storage or a GPU in your own time, making it the perfect desktop for you specific needs.