Dell Business Sale Includes $399 Inspiron

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National Small Business Week starts today, and to celebrate, Dell is taking up to 40 percent off select business laptops and workstations.

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As part of the sale, Dell is taking 35 percent off the Editors' Choice Precision 5520. After coupon "SAVE35," the rarely discounted laptop drops to $1,305.57 ($94 off). This base configuration includes a 15.6-inch 1080p IPS LCD, 2.5GHz Core i5-7300HQ quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 500GB 7200rpm HDD.

The Precision 5520 packs the same chassis, screen, and keyboard as Dell's consumer XPS 15, but houses the performance that a professional animator or engineer might need. It weighs 4.4 pounds and has a premium look and feel. Yet it also passed 14 tests for MIL-SPEC durability, the standards that the U.S. Military equipment must pass for ruggedness.

If you prefer a rugged tablet, the Latitude 7212 is also on sale. Use coupon "SAVE35" to drop its price to $1,788.43 ($131 off). It features an 11.6-inch 1080p glove-capable touchscreen with Gorilla Glass, 2.4GFHz Core i3-7100U CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD.

The Latitude 7212 is one of our favorite business devices capable of surviving water, extreme temperatures, and 4-foot drops without getting a scratch. There's also an optional keyboard cover that can be attached to the tablet for a traditional, laptop-like experience.

There are also various sub-$1,000 business machines on sale including the $539 Vostro 15 3000 and the budget Inspiron 15 3000 for $399.99. Dell is also bundling a free 1TB Western Digital HDD with select systems.

Dell's Small Business Sale ends May 31 at 8am ET.

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  • Jon Heil Says:

    With a SATA HD, avoid... thats why you always want to buy one with at least a 256GB or 512GB SSD drive. If this is for business avoid SATA... thats like buying used underwear.

  • Jennifer Says:

    I have this laptop & then Windows ten downloaded And then my WiFi Adaptors somehow disappeared!? No I don’t have a warrenty. Dell wants $$$$ To Fix it. I need my laptop back, any Suggestions?!

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