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Grab the high-end Dell XPS 15 for under $2K in massive Black Friday deal

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If you're looking for a business laptop for work, the Dell XPS 15 is one of the best options out there. And of course, it being Black Friday, there's no better time to get a great bargain on the Dell XPS 15 – like this deal over at Dell - from $2,799 to $1,959.99, saving you $840 (opens in new tab)

We've long though that the Dell XPS 15 is one of the best at what it does. That's why it's on our list of the most powerful laptops out there. In short, it's a powerful beast of a laptop, and as it can easily handle video and photo-editing or graphic design work, it's a great option if you're moving away from using a desktop PC as you main computer. 

This model comes with a 10th Gen i9 Intel core, a fired up NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 series graphics card, and 32GB RAM and 1TB SSD, with a beautiful 15.6-inch UHD+ display. We think that this massive $810 discount is thanks to the recent 2021 model coming out in May. Either way, it's a great deal and we're not sure how long it'll last.

Not looking for a business laptop? You should check out the best Dell XPS 13 (9310) deals right now.

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Dell XPS 15 (2020): $2,799.99 $1,989 at Dell (opens in new tab)
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This is the biggest saving on the 10th Gen i9 model (with NVIDIA GeForce video card) of the Dell XPS 15 we've seen. If you don't need the i9 core, there's a decent deal on the 2021 model above.

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Beren Neale
Beren Neale

Beren Neale is the deals editor at Creative Bloq. After working in print media for over a decade, editing several creative and design magazines, including the graphic design mag Computer Arts, he found his home on the biggest global art and design website, helping digital creatives get the best deals on the kit that they need.