Until 8/31, Amazon is offering great prices on some very nice Dell Laptops! It’s a big sale, with a number of lowest ever prices and eight models to choose from. All of these receive very good reviews and offer great specs for the price you’ll pay. Of course, they ship free of charge and offer some of the things we like a lot about Dell Laptops. Here are three of our favorites from this very nice Dell Laptop Sale…
Dell Venue 10 Tablet for $649.99
This 32GB SSD version of the Dell Venue 10 offers a full Atom processor from Intel with full, 2.33 GHz laptop like speed. 2GB of DDR3 Memory and a lovely QHD 10.5″ display with 2560 x 1600 resolution round out it’s specs. For price comparisons, use model number v7040-6980BLK. The 16GB version is available on the same landing page for $599.99.
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Series 15.6″ Laptop for $739.99
Model i5558-7143SLV offers speed to spare with it’s Broadwell version i7-5500U 2.4 GHz processor, the ability to do more than one thing at once, thanks DDR3L SDRAM with 8GB pre-installed, and a whopping 1 TB of storage space on it’s Hard Disk Drive. Windows 8.1 is installed, but you’re eligible for a free upgraded to Windows 10 as soon as you get your hands on it. The display is a great looking 1920 x 1080 resolution with touch.
Dell Inspiron 17 5000 Series 17.3″ Laptop for $849.99
You may have replaced your desktop years ago, but if you haven’t, this one might just send it to the curb. It’s Dell model i5555-2143SLV and offers full specs to make you unlikely to use anything else for your computing needs. A big, beautiful 17.3″ 1080p touchscreen display offers both pretty pictures (not to mention video) along with great functionlity. Your speedy 5th generation Broadwell i7-5500U processor from Intel will blaze through just about any task you ask of it, while 8GB of memory is plenty for all the multitasking you might ask of it. Of course, you’ll get Windows 10 when you upgrade for free if you choose.
*Upgrading to Windows 10 is a no-brainer in our opinion. It’s probably the best version of their operating system we’ve ever seen. If you’re not sure, you’ll find plenty of reviews for it all over the web.*