The best Cyber Week Dell XPS deals for 2020

Following an exciting Black Friday weekend, retailers across the web were slashing prices again yesterday on some of the most popular laptops from 2020 as Cyber Week sales officially arrived. That day is done but the busiest online shopping season of the year has only just begun, meaning there are plenty of still-available Cyber Week deals right now offering deep discounts on pricey PCs like the Dell XPS lineup — some of the absolute highest-quality Windows ultrabooks money can buy today.

We’ve got everything you need to find those extended Cyber Week Dell XPS deals right here, but that’s not all. We’re still seeing a slow but steady trickle of Cyber Week laptop deals from other top brands like Lenovo, HP, and Apple. We’ve even organized everything into roundups of the best Cyber Week gaming laptop deals, best Cyber Week Chromebook deals, and the best Cyber Week MacBook deals, so no matter what type of laptop you’re after, we have you covered before Cyber Week ends.

Best Cyber Week Dell XPS deals

One of the hottest sales today is a Dell XPS 13 deal. See more discounts below:

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Dell XPS 13

$769 $1,150
Stay productive on the go with this lightweight, powerhouse that features a convenient and vibrant Full HD touchscreen, 8GB of RAM, and a seventh-generation Intel Core i5 processor.
4K TOUCH DISPLAY
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Dell XPS 13 Touch (4K display, Intel i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD)

$1,560 $1,950
If you are looking for a laptop that oozes class while packing plenty of power under the hood, the Dell XPS 13 is it. When it comes to Windows laptops, the Dell XPS rules the roost.
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Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 4K Laptop (Core i7, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD)

$1,700 $2,250
If you need a powerful laptop with style, then this Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 has what you need: Thin bezels on a 4K touch display, a spacious 1TB SSD, and a robust Intel Core i7 processor.

How to choose a Dell XPS

There are three main Dell XPS models, broken down by size: The Dell XPS 13, Dell XPS 15, and Dell XPS 17. The Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 are available in both standard and 2-in-1 configurations and all three models feature optional touchscreens as well. Resolutions for both touch and non-touch displays on Dell XPS laptops run the gamut from 1080p to 4K Ultra HD, so you’ve got some options there, too.

Once you’ve narrowed down your choice to what size you like — the Dell XPS 13 being the most portable, the XPS 17 being a large “desktop replacement”-style laptop, and the XPS 15 hitting a sweet spot in between them — then you’ll want to decide what style of laptop you want. Do you favor a traditional design or a 2-in-1 convertible with a fold-flat touchscreen? The Dell XPS 13 is our favorite 2-in-1 in the Dell lineup, but the XPS 15 is also available with a fold-flat touch display and gives you a lot of versatility along with some extra screen real estate. Just bear in mind that you’ll be paying extra for that 2-in-1 compatibility.

That said, all of the Dell XPS laptops are available with optional touchscreens (which don’t command as large of a premium as the convertible models), so you can still get some of that convenience if you don’t want to spend all your cash for the bells and whistles of a 2-in-1. Finally, you’ll need to consider specs. All of the Dell XPS laptops come with good, up-to-date hardware including current-generation Intel Core CPUs and fast solid-state drives. It’s also worth noting that the larger XPS 15 and XPS 17 models are also available with dedicated Nvidia graphics cards if you need something with a bit more juice for uses like gaming and video rendering. With all these premium features, it’s no surprise that these are some of the best laptops on the shelves.

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