You’ll need more than just leftover change from holiday season shopping to buy any of the Dell portable PCs that are now up for grabs. The entire list consists of the Dell XPS 11 2-in-1, new XPS 13 Ultrabook, OptiPlex 3020 desktop and Precision M3800 notebook.
The XPS devices cost upwards from $1,000, while the Precision M3800 can be picked up for $1,799 and above. If the OptiPlex 3020’s on your mind, then expect to cough up $499 or higher. The configuration options of the desktop go as high as 4th generation Intel Core i5 processors, Windows 7 Professional or Windows 8 Pro, 2TB storage and 16GB RAM.
The XPS 11 2-in-1 was announced in June minus the pricing. Now you know it. The hybrid is actually a laptop with a screen that can be pushed back by 360°. This means users can have the back of the display resting on rear side of the keyboard deck and employ the convertible as a tablet. The features of the base model cover an 11.6″ HD touchscreen, 4th generation Intel Core i3 chipset, Windows 8.1, 4GB RAM and 80GB SSD storage.
The XPS 13 Ultrabook arrives with a 13.3” display with a touchscreen option, 4th generation Intel Core processor and Intel HD 4400 graphics. For those on the lookout for a notebook that really packs in a punch, Dell’s got the Precision M3800. Weighing merely 1.8kg, its specifications max out at a 4thgeneration Intel Core i7 4702HQ 8 threaded quad core chip, 8GB RAM, 500GB SSD space, Windows 8.1 Pro, Nvidia Quadro K1100M graphics and a 15.6″ 3200 x 1800p screen.