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The Dell XPS 14z takes an unusual screen size of 14in, and shoehorns it into a laptop comparable to a typical 13in model, thanks to a lovely thin bezel.
£949 inc VAT
The Dell Latitude E5510 is a 15in laptop aimed at business users. But does the Dell Latitude E5510 justify its high price? Read our Dell Latitude E5510 review to find…
£919 inc VAT
Dell's Inspiron 1720 is a robust system available in seven colours besides black.
£900 inc VAT
One of the best laptops Dell has made in recent years, the Dell XPS 15z is easy to recommend for Windows users.
£899 inc VAT
Though pricey for a 12.5-inch laptop, this ultraportable delivers in performance and battery life.
£889 inc VAT
The Dell Latitude 13 is a low-power business laptop that, at just 20mm thick and 1.6kg weight, encroaches on ultraportable territory.
£856 inc VAT
The Dell Latitude E5420 is a no-nonsense budget laptop built for business.
£850 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 14z laptop makes a clear statement: you are probably a student, you want a whole lot of battery life on a Windows 7 machine, and you probably don't…
£850 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 Studio XPS 16 supports the idea that you can get a little luxury in your laptop without having to shell out a fortune.
£799 inc VAT
If you're after a small laptop, but are willing to sacrifice slightly on portability to get better performance and a larger screen, then the Dell XPS M1330 is a great…
£779 inc VAT
If you're in the market for a well-built, functional and versatile business laptop, you could do worse than the D520.
£763 inc VAT
The Dell XPS 15 L502X P11F is an entertainment-focused laptop with a touchscreen.
£750 inc VAT
If you're a PC gamer sick of lugging around a monster with awful battery life just to play games, the ultraportable Dell Alienware M11x is your salvation.
£749 inc VAT
Dell's entry-level multimedia laptop, the XPS M1210 has some excellent showbiz genes.
£749 inc VAT
Small and light are often relative terms with laptops aimed at creative pros, but the Dell Precision M2400 can be described as both in all seriousness.
£749 inc VAT
The Dell XPS L501x is a laptop that competes with the Apple Macbook Pro. It has a 15.6in, Full HD (1080p) screen, an Intel Core i7 processor, a fast 640GB hard drive…
£732 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
If cutting-edge tech is what you're after, consider the Dell XPS M1330, which performed near the top of its class.
£699 inc VAT
The Dell Inspiron 15R 7520 - aka the Inspiron 15R Special Edition - is a 15in laptop that offers a great screen and good performance. Here's our Dell Inspiron 15R…
£699 inc VAT
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