Dell’s premiere laptops, the XPS 13 and its larger friend, the XPS 15, are not only among the most loved notebooks, but they’re also in such huge demand that finding a discount is like tripping over a four-leaf clover.
Dell’s sleek, sharp and surly XPS laptops aren’t affordable. In fact, the XPS name is supposed to conjure thoughts of a high-end, flagship-grade PC.
But, when a laptop costs more than some rent rates, buying a Dell XPS 13 or 15 at full price is often not in the cards for most.
Though you may be ready to scarf down any Dell XPS 13 or Dell XPS 15 deals that come your way, chances are you should get a second opinion. As such, follo…
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