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Don't miss the best Presidents’ Day laptop deal going

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Presidents' Day laptop deals are starting to appear thick and fast, but we reckon the most tempting offers around are still from Dell. We spotted the Dell XPS 13 reduced by $300 to just $999.99 (opens in new tab) straight from the Dell website. Originally priced at $1,299.99, this is a great saving on one of the best 13-inch laptops you can buy. 

The Dell XPS 13 is super portable with its sleek designs but it also boasts some mighty power and performance, packing in an 11th generation Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. It can make light work of creative tasks like photo editing and 4K video editing, in fact the range made it into our list of the best laptops for graphic design (see our Dell XPS 13 9310 review for more on why we rate this laptop so highly).

But that's not the only fantastic President's Day laptop deal on Dell's XPS range. There are lower-end versions of the same laptop on sale, and if you want the touch version of the XPS 13, you can save a massive $570 – it's now just $1,399 (opens in new tab). And if you want a larger laptop, the stunning Dell XPS 15 has $350 off – now starting at $2,149.99 (opens in new tab).

See below for a full list of the best Presidents' Day laptop deals we've seen so far. 

The best President's Day laptop deals

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Dell XPS 13 laptop: $1,299.99 $999.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save $300:
At under $1,000, this is a fantastic deal on a portable laptop that has the power to easily handle creative work, with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. This deal will go fast so don't wait too long.

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Dell XPS 13 laptop: $949.99 $685.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save $264:
If you don't need the specs of the higher-end XPS 13 above, this version with an 11th gen Intel i5-1135G7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD is brilliant value for money at less than $700.

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Dell XPS 13 touch: $1,969.99 $1,399.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save $570:
A touch screen isn't for everyone, but it can improve some people's workflow. If you fancy the touch version of the laptop above you can grab an even bigger Presidents' Day saving from Dell.

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Dell XPS 15: $2,499 $2,149.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save $350:
And if you want a larger 15in screen, Dell also has a solid Presidents' Day saving on the XPS 15 with a massive 32GB RAM and 1TB SSD. This is still a pricy laptop, but it offers enough power to handle anything you care to throw at it.

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 4: $1,299.99 $979 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $320.99:
Aside from Dell, one of the best Presidents' Day laptop deals we've seen is on the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4, a fantastic device for productivity and the best laptop yet in the Surface series yet. With an i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 512GB SSD, this is a bargain at under $1,000.

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HP 11in Chromebook: $259.99 $144.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $115:
And if you want a really economical laptop, they don't come much cheaper than this 11in HP Chromebook, which is almost half price at Amazon. It's super cheap, super light and portable and boasts battery life of 15 hours.

If you're not based in the US, you're not going to have access to these Presidents' Day laptops deals, but you can keep track of the best Dell XPS 13 9310 deals in our regular roundup or check out the list below for the best Dell XPS 13 deals available today in your location. Read our guide to the best Dell laptops for more advice on choosing a device.

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Brad Thorne was Creative Bloq's Ecommerce Writer, and now works for a PR company specialising in 3D and VFX, Liaison. He previously worked as Features Writer for 3D World and 3D Artist magazines, and has written about everything from 3D modelling to concept art, archviz to engineering, and VR to VFX. For Creative Bloq, his role involved being responsible for creating content around the most cutting-edge technology (think the metaverse and the world of VR) and keeping a keen eye on prices and stock of all the best creative kit.