Dell President Day Sale – Get up to $400 off Alienware, XPS Laptops
You are in luck if you are in the market for a new laptop, desktop computer, or gambling notebook this week. Dell launched its President Day sale ever, running from February 11 to February 19, promising savings on XPS merchandise, its Alienware, and much more.
The top doorbuster deal during the Presidents’ Day sale happens on February 19 in 11 a.m. ET. The price on the Alienware M15 cuts at and brings its general cost from $ 2,049 to $ 1,650. The gaming notebook comes with last generation’s Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card and a powerful eighth-generation Intel Core chip. You will also find it packs 16GB of RAM as well as a 256GB drive. We examined it and have been impressed by its 144Hz display, robust build quality, and excellent gaming performance.
Another big deal cuts at the cost on the Dell XPS 13 down from $1,470 to $1,200. It comes with a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM, along with the Intel Core processor. This model features a Full HD Infinity Edge Display for an edge-to-edge seeing experience.
Dell setting the general pricing under $ 2,000 and is also discounting other of its Alienware gambling goods. That includes a February 18 2 p.m. doorbuster on the Alienware Aurora background (currently $1,400 rather than $2,099,) and also the 11 a.m. doorbuster on the Alienware 17 gaming notebook (now $1,600 instead of $2,000.) These two are solid options for gaming. The Alienware Aurora includes Alienware Liquid Cooling and all the GTX 1080 graphics card. Meanwhile, the Alienware M17 comes with 256GB of SSD storage, 16GB of RAM, and all the GTX 1070 graphics card.
As part of this sale, monitors are also disregarded. For the ultimate gaming set up, you get the Alienware 34 Curved Monitor, and also a $100 Dell Promo present card for $900 and can save $600. This total package generally has a price of $1,850. You might get the Dell 27 monitor for $150 instead of $249, which is a great price to get a 27-inch Full HD monitor with VGA and HDMI.
In the end, there are some deals on Dell’s cheap Inspiron products. Beginning at 11 a.m. on February 19, you can get the Inspiron Chromebook 11 2-in-1 for $200 instead of $280. You are also able to get the Inspiron 14 for $600 instead of $800 with an Intel Core processor, 8GB RAM, and 1TB hard disk.
What is President Day?
President’s Day is the popular and commonly used title for its United States federal holiday known as Washington’s Birthday. It is celebrated on the third Monday of February. President’s Day honors and celebrates the life and achievements of George Washington, the first President of the United States (1789-1797) and ‘The Father of his Country’. In particular Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and the day is, in practice, frequently utilized remember and to honor all previous US presidents and Thomas Jefferson.
The Day of the president was created in 1879, the year first celebrated. It was initially held on Washington’s real birthday (February 22). To the third Monday of February, this was changed in 1971. It had been the first holiday. President’s Day is an occasion for parades and community celebrations. Businesses and shops hold sales. The Purple Heart army badge (which carries a picture of Washington) for soldiers hurt in the course of duty is given on President’s Day.
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