Dell discounts a host of consumer and small business hardware for the 2020 winter holidays

The XPS series is in this winter sale. (Source: Dell)
The XPS series is in this winter sale. (Source: Dell)
Dell's end-of-2020 holiday deals have been outlined in good time this year. They are a range of discounts on PCs and monitors for entrepreneurs as well as those looking for gift ideas already. This includes Vostro-brand machines, in addition to the new XPS 13 Touch.

End-of-year deals may be particularly important in 2020. To this end, Dell has released details on its Black Friday and Cyber Monday events today (October 15, 2020). Those links go live from October 19 and November 29 respectively.

These pages contain deals on various XPS, Vostro and Precision products that are often only available for set times on certain "doorbuster" days. For example, the latest touch-enabled version of the XPS 13 will be US$1,249 (a saving of $150) between October 19 at 8:00 EST and 07:59 on October 25, and then again from November 2 at 8:00 EST until December 6 at 07:59.

The XPS 15, on the other hand, will be $200 off its normal $999 on November 26 from 16:00 EST only. Those looking for a decent new monitor may be more interested in deals such as 55% off the Dell 27 (D2721H) on on November 19 from 11:00 EST.

Alternatively, the S2721HSX, a 27-inch monitor more recommended for small businesses will be discounted by 39% (to $169.99) on November 5 from 11:00 EST. Dell is also offering 50% off the Vostro 15 5501 and 15 7500 laptops on November 27 and 30 respectively. Finally, the Precision 3551 mobile workstation will also be on sale for $1,039 (45% off) on November 23 only.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-10-15 (Update: 2020-10-15)
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