Dell Black Friday in July sale 2023: Up to £610 off Alienware gaming laptops and more

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The Dell Black Friday in July sale features sitewide discounts on everyday laptops, gaming rigs, business notebooks and monitors. Whether you're comparing prices with Amazon's Prime Day laptop sale or looking for alternative deals, you'll want to see what Dell has to offer. 

For a limited time, save up to £788 on select Dell Inspiron and Dell XPS Series laptops. In many instances, we're seeing unbeatable discounts and the lowest prices of the year on the latest 13th Gen Intel laptops.

Dell's limited time deals are selling fast, as you can see from the % claimed bars. So if you see a laptop, monitor or other peripheral you like, don't hesitate too long. Shop the top deals from Dell's Black Friday in July sale below. 

Dell Black Friday in July sale 2023

Laptops

Dell XPS 13 9315: £1,079 £979 @ Dell

Dell XPS 13 9315: £1,079 £979 @ Dell
Save £100 on the Dell XPS 13 9315, one of the best laptops to buy. We reviewed the 2-in-1 version Dell XPS 13 and liked its lightest design, bright sharp display and great graphics performance. The laptop in this deal packs a 13.4- inch FHD+ (1920 x 1200) 500 nit display, Intel Core i7-1250U 10-core CPU, 16GB of RAM, Iris Xe graphics and 512GB SSD. Powered by Windows 11 Home, the Dell XPS 13 is the best overall laptop to buy.

Dell Inspiron 16 laptop: £649 £549 @ Dell

Dell Inspiron 16 laptop: £649 £549 @ Dell
Save £100 on the Dell Inspiron 16. One of the best laptops for students and remote workers, this laptop is built for multitasking and has a long battery life. This machine packs a 16-inch (1920 x 1200) 300 nit display, 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1255U 10-core CPU, 16GB of RAM, Intel Iris Xe graphics and 512GB SSD. 

New Dell XPS 13 Plus OLED Laptop: £1,998 £1,648 @ Dell

New Dell XPS 13 Plus OLED Laptop: £1,998 £1,648 @ Dell
Save £350 on the new Dell XPS 13 Plus. This configuration has a 13.4-inch 3.5K (3456 x 2160) OLED touchscreen with 400 nits of brightness for an immersive viewing experience. It's powered by a 5.0-GHz 13th Gen Intel Core i7-1230P 12-core CPU coupled with 32GB of RAM, Iris Xe graphics, and 512GB SSD. 

Business laptops

Dell Latitude 3440 Laptop: £898 £808 @ Dell

Dell Latitude 3440 Laptop: £898 £808 @ Dell
Save £90 on the new Dell Latitude 3440. If you're looking for a laptop for remote work or school multitasking, the Latitude 3440 is a wise choice. This Windows Pro-powered laptop features a 14-inch (1920 x 1080) display, 13th Gen Intel Core  i5-1335U 10-core CPU, 8GB of RAM, Intel Xe graphics and 256GB SSD.

New Dell Vostro 13: £922 £602 @ Dell

New Dell Vostro 13: £922 £602 @ Dell
Save £320 on the new Dell Vostro 3430. It crams powerful performance into a premium, stylish chassis. This laptop has a 13-inch (1920 x 1080) display,13th Gen Intel Core i7-1355U 10-core CPU, 16GB of RAM and Intel Iris Xe graphics. For file storage, it houses a speedy 512GB SSD. 

Gaming laptops

Dell G15 with RTX 4060: £1,349 £1,099 @ Dell

Dell G15 with RTX 4060: £1,349 £1,099 @ Dell
The Dell G15 with an RTX 4060 is now £250 in this fantastic Black Friday in July, so we recommend biting if you need a powerful laptop without spending tons. It boasts an Intel 7-13650HX CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 GPU, a 15.6-inch QHD display at a 240Hz refresh rate, 1TB of SSD storage space, and 16GB of RAM.

Alienware x16 RTX 4060: £2,399 £2,149 @ Dell

Alienware x16 RTX 4060: £2,399 £2,149 @ Dell
Save £250 on the latest Nvidia RTX 40 Series Alienware x16 R2 gaming laptop. It features a 16-inch (2560 x 1600) 165Hz display, 13th Gen Intel Core i7-13700H 10-core CPU, 32GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD. Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4060 GPU with 8GB of dedicated memory does the heavy graphics lifting. 

Alienware m18: £2,848 £2,458 @ Dell

Alienware m18: £2,848 £2,458 @ Dell
Dell knocks £390 off this bleeding edge m18. This gaming laptop machine packs a 18-inch QHD panel with 165Hz refresh rate, 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900HX CPU, RTX 4070 graphics, 32GB DDR5 RAM and a 1TB SSD.

Monitors

Alienware  AW3423DWF 34" Curved QD-OLED Gaming Monitor:£929 £789 @ Dell

Alienware  AW3423DWF 34" Curved QD-OLED Gaming Monitor: £929 £789 @ Dell
Save £140 on the Alienware AW3423DWF Curved QD-OLED Gaming Monitor. This Alienware 34-inch QD-OLED (3440 x 1440) panel has an 1800R curvature and 1,000 nits of brightness. It reproduces 99.3% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, which places it within the cinema range. It's also True Black 400 certified and rated for infinite contrast, which means you can expect realistic visuals while gaming or watching content.

Dell 27" QHD Curved Monitor: £269 £214 @ Dell

Dell  27" QHD Curved Monitor: £269 £214 @ Dell
Save £54 on the Dell S2722DGM Curved Gaming Monitor. This 27-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display has a 1500R curvature, 165Hz refresh rate, 2ms response time, and AMD FreeSync. With AMD FreeSync on board, this monitor ensures sharp, distortion-free, ultra-smooth gameplay. It has a height-adjustable stand and can tilt for the perfect viewing angle. Port-wise, the Dell S2722DGM supplies you with two HDMI ports, a DisplayPort, and a headphone jack.

Dell 27" QHD Monitor: £259 £193 @ Dell

Dell 27" QHD Monitor: £259 £193 @ Dell
Save £65 on the Dell S2721DS 27-inch monitor. Images come to life 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution display for truly immersive viewing. It features an ultrathin bezel design that complements any workspace. S2721HN

Dell  24" FHD Monitor: £99 £89 @ Dell

Dell  24" FHD Monitor: £99 £89 @ Dell
Save £10 on the Dell SE2422H 24-inch monitor. It has a 23.8-inch (1920 x 1080) pixel resolution VA panel, 5ms response time, 75Hz refresh rate, an HDMI port and a VGA port. With an glare-free panel and Dell's TÜV-certified ComfortView feature, this monitor helps reduce eye discomfort and fatigue. 

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Jason brought a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag, and he is now the Managing Editor of Computing at Tom's Guide. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.