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It might be Dell's first attempt at a Chromebook, but the Chromebook 11 ticks all our boxes as a fast, cheap and reliable laptop.
£239 inc VAT
The Dell Precision M2800 is a big and heavy laptop that performs as a high-end mobile workstation for graphics, video or 3D design. Here's our Dell Precision M2800…
£1,971 inc VAT
The Dell XPS 15 offers outstanding display quality and high-end performance at a competitive price, in a thin and light case. It takes on the MacBook Pro, and is…
£1,499 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 17 7000 Series is a smart, attractive, portable and versatile laptop with a 17in display. Find out more in PC Advisor's Inspiron 17 7000 Series…
£849 inc VAT
The Dell Latitude 3340's application performance and battery life are as good as you'll get for less than £600. Here's our Dell Latitude 3340 review.
£590 inc VAT
The Dell Precision M3800 Professional Workstation serves well as a desktop replacement for professionals. Read our Dell Precision M3800 Professional Workstation…
£2,154 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 15R (5537) is well built and provides good performance and connectivity at a very competitive price. Here's our Dell Inspiron 15R (5537) review.
£549 inc VAT
The sturdy Dell Latitude 14 7000 Series is generally excellent, with rapid components, extensive connectivity, a good screen and comfortable keyboard. Read our Dell…
£1,522 inc VAT
The Dell Precision M3800 squeezes incredible performance into a thin and light chassis, with superb build quality. Read our Dell Precision M3800 review to find out more.
£1,926 inc VAT
The Dell Precision M4800 Mobile Workstation is fast, aided by the solid-state drive, 16 GB of memory and Haswell-generation Intel Core i7 processor. Read our Dell…
£3,341 inc VAT
The Dell Latitude 3440 is designed for work rather than play, with its key attribute being the Intel Haswell processor. Read our Dell Latitude 3440 review to find out…
£514 inc VAT
Dell has refreshed its XPS laptop range with upgraded screens and Intel Haswell processors. Here's our Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 hands-on review.
If you’re looking for a lightweight tablet then look elsewhere. The Dell XPS 12 is primarily intended as a powerful working laptop, and its fourth-generation Haswell…
£1,149 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 14z is a full-featured laptop in a compact and lightweight design that will satisfy business- and home users. Here's our Dell Inspiron 14z review.
£459 inc VAT
The Dell Precision M4700 provides workstation levels of performance, along with a rugged design that can cope with a wide range of outdoor environments. Read our Dell…
£2,952 inc VAT
This 13.3-inch laptop with Windows 7 Pro is aimed at buyers working with very tight budgets. Just remember that you get what you pay for. Here's our Dell Latitude…
£580 inc VAT
Dell's Linux laptop has good hardware and a decent toolkit. Here's our Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition review.
£1,079 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 17R-5720 is an old-school big laptop, big on screen and bulk, not so very fast but relatively cheap at £729.
£729 inc VAT
Dell XPS 12 convertible Ultrabook, is supposed to be a laptop/tablet hybrid, but it's clutching at straws when claiming to be a tablet. Think of this more as a decent…
£1,299 inc VAT
The Dell Latitude 6430u is an Ultrabook for business offering good performance, and great ergonomics and feel. Find out more in our Dell Latitude 6430u review.
£1,080 inc VAT
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