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The Dell XPS 13 line of laptops are popular thin-and-lights due to a combination of compact design, decent build quality, and reasonably strong performance… but they’re not exactly cheap.

Prices start at $850 for the latest model with an Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage — and you’ll pay quite a bit more if you want higher-end specs.

But if you opt for last year’s Dell XPS 13, you can save some cash. A Core i3-7100U/4GB/128GB version is currently on sale for $700. And if you want a version with a Core i5-8250U or faster processor, you can save up to $100 by picking up a previous-gen model rather than the newest version.

Or you can just buy a different laptop — there are plenty of others in today’s roundup.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Laptops

Convertible laptops

Chromebooks

Amazon devices

Storage

Networking

Docking Stations

Other

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3 replies on “Daily Deals (12-03-2018)”

  1. I’m interested in the Lenovo S330. Is it 1080P or 768P? On Lenovo’s own page it say at top “FHD 1080P” But at the bottom it says, “HD 1366 x 768” You’d think a big company like Lenovo could afford a proofreader.

    1. Both the 14″ and 11.6″ listings show 1366×768 when I go to the site…. That’s under the tech specs, and I’d trust that over the marketing lingo elsewhere on the page!

  2. I personally would go for a business model over XPS. A laptop should last more than 10 years.

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