Dell’s offering its incredibly stylish XPS 13 for just $724,99 after a $50 instant discount and $75 coupon through January. The newly introduced XPS 13 is one of the best-looking notebooks we’ve ever seen and an absolute bargain at this price.
The new Dell XPS 13 has no business costing just $724.99, but Dell is clearly trying to make a splash and get this into users’ hands quickly. To give you an idea of how absurdly affordable the new XPS 13 is, Dell’s still selling last year’s XPS 13 (a completely different beast) for $1,199 and up.
So what do you get for $724.99? The Dell XPS 13 has almost no bezel at all, which means the display goes almost all the way to the edge. That means the overall width and depth of the machine is a lot smaller than the competition. It weighs in at just 2.6 pounds and has new Intel technology that helps it last for up to 15 hours on a single charge. The base XPS 13 comes with 128GB of storage and a standard display that is not touch-enabled. It comes with an Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB solid state drive.
This $75 coupon code is good on more expensive versions of the XPS 13 as well, including the touch-screen versions. The touch-screen XPS 13 starts at $1,299.99 before any discounts. The coupon isn’t automatically applied to XPS 13 purchases. There’s a small link for the $75 coupon on the Dell checkout page, which reveals the coupon code. The code must then be copied and pasted into the shopping cart. The coupon is good through the end of the month.
The Dell XPS 13 is one of the best products we’ve seen at CES 2015. You can watch our XPS 13 hands-on video above and read more about why it might be the best Windows notebook of the year here.
For a full list of products we’ve played with at CES 2015, click here.
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