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Dell’s XPS 13 Plus laptop is all about form and function, packing premium specs without compromising on its sleek and attractive design. At just $1,349 ($350 off), there’s enough contained within its durable aluminum chassis to make this a must-have for students, frequent travelers, and anybody else who wants optimal output for less.

Equipped with a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1260P, this monster of a 13.4-inch laptop is made to withstand heavy use without stuttering, regardless of the custom performance setting you choose. The 18 MB, 12-core 4.70GHz Turbo processor is all you’ll need to run daily operations, whether you’re tinkering with video editing software or managing a team of employees. Dell opted for Intel’s Iris Xe Graphics for a dedicated chip that can produce vivid imagery perfect for the 1080p FHD anti-glare InfinityEdge touchscreen. Though not designed specifically for gaming, Intel’s Iris Xe and the XP 13 Plus’ 16GB RAM can run slightly older games at a smooth 60Hz, and with a 512GB SSD, there’s ample space for a few titles.

Dell XPS 13 Plus Laptop

Dell’s XPS 13 Plus is a high-performance laptop powered by a 12th Gen Intel i7, Intel’s Iris Xe GPU, and 16GB RAM.

To make the most of your XPS 13 Plus, it comes with two Thunderbolt 4 ports that support DisplayPort and charging functionality. You’ll also have access to a 720p, 30 fps camera perfect for conference calls. Meanwhile, Intel’s Wi-Fi 6 promises a stronger, faster connection to ensure you’re maximizing your signal and minimizing latency. The laptop also features Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity to link up seamlessly with most peripherals.

All in all, the Dell XPS 13 Plus expertly marries top-end components with a sleek design to produce a powerful, convenient, and stylish device. Take home Dell’s high-speed portable workstation today for just $1,349 ($350 off) and enjoy a laptop that’s sure to last.

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