Computers equipped with Intel’s 12th-generation processors pointed the tip of their noses, then Dell took the opportunity to destock PCs with chips from the previous generation. The Dell XPS 13 and Dell XPS 17 thus benefited from the immediate reduction of up to 625 euros.
Even if a new generation of laptops has emerged, Dell has not buried its machines with 11th gen Intel chips. The Dell XPS series of computers are as powerful and versatile as ever, with added benefits.
The arrival of the new generation has an impact on the price of the former. Dell has thus launched a destocking of its Dell XPS 13 and XPS 17 by offering them a nice price reduction. It is possible to save up to 625 euros on these PCs with solid technical specifications. What’s more, until April 29, Premium Support insurance benefits from a 25% reduction on its 4 -year plan and a 20% reduction on its 3 -year subscription when purchasing a Dell XPS computer. Enough to protect your machine at a lower cost.
You can also easily contact Dell Customer Service in a number of ways. From Monday to Friday, between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., you can, for example, communicate directly with an advisor from the site. You can also call 0801 800 001 Monday to Friday 9 am to 6 pm Finally, know that you can also, if you wish, chat on WhatsApp on 07 76 15 62 99.
Dell XPS 13-9305 at 999 euros (a reduction of 200 euros)
With its very thin design and its weight of no more than 1.16 kg, the Dell XPS 13 is the ideal machine for those who want to benefit from an elegant and nomadic laptop PC. It has to be said that the aluminum and carbon fiber chassis give it a luxurious character reminiscent of the aesthetics of sports cars.
The Dell XPS 13 is above all for its screen quality. It relies on a 13.3-inch InfinityEdge LCD panel with Full HD definition. A colorful screen because it covers 100% of the sRGB spectrum. The differences are deep while the light is set at 400 cd / m² allowing it to be used comfortably outdoors.
But that’s not all about the looks of the Dell XPS 13, as it’s also positioned as a powerful computer. It includes the 11th generation Intel Core i5-1135G7 chip with 8 GB of RAM as backup. Not to mention the M.2 SSD which offers 512 GB of storage. A robust configuration that ensures great versatility of use, such as simple office automation, image processing or some video editing.
Sold with a Windows 11 license, the Dell XPS 13 currently sells for 999 euros instead of 1,199 euros, thanks to a discount of 200 euros.
Dell XPS 17-9710 at 1,874 euros (a reduction of 625 euros)
Compared to the Dell XPS 13, the manufacturer sees things as big for its Dell XPS 17. Although very large, because the Dell XPS 17 has a large 17-inch LCD panel. A screen again InfinityEdge that offers a beautiful display face thanks to the goodness of its borders. Not to mention the image quality is very good because the Dell XPS 17 has a definition of 1,920 by 1,200 pixels in 16:10 format. Consistent with the Dolby Vision standard, the Dell XPS 17’s screen has excellent calibration with deeper blacks and its maximum brightness will go up to 500 cd / m².
If you look at the technical data sheet of the Dell XPS 17-9710, you can easily see that it is designed for work and leisure. In addition to its Intel Core i7-11800H processor, supported by 16 GB of RAM (2 x 8 GB of DDR4 RAM), this laptop can also rely on the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 card. Suffice it to say that the Dell XPS 17 does not worry about taking on greedy tasks like video editing, image editing or even video games. Especially since a 512 GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD completes the picture.
Like the Dell XPS 13, this Dell XPS 17 native offers Windows 11, saving you a long update out of the box. Typically at around 2,499 euros, the Dell XPS 17 benefits from a discount of 625 euros which brings its price to 1,874 euros.