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Make BIG savings on a top music-making laptop with these epic pre-Black Friday Dell XPS 13 deals

Make BIG savings on a top music-making laptop with these epic pre-Black Friday Dell XPS 13 deals
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Dell is out of the blocks early this year with the unveiling of an epic batch of Black Friday laptop deals as part of their Black Friday music deals sneak peak sale.

The deal bonanza includes the formidable Dell XPS 13 laptop, which in our opinion is one of the best laptops for music production. This portable powerhouse is currently on sale with a massive $250 discount in the US and £269 off an ever higher specced model if you're a musician based in the UK.

If you're planning on running some hardcore production sessions, or you need to edit GBs of video, then the XPS 13 should provide plenty of grunt. The best US deal is for the 8th Generation Intel Core i7 Processor model, plus 8GB of memory and 256GB Solid State Drive. The UK deal gets you an even better spec, including a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 Processor, a 1TB SSD and 16GB memory. Both laptops also feature an Intel UHD Graphics 620 and vivid 13.3-inch FHD display. 

If you'd rather pick up a cut-price MacBook Pro, Amazon currently has some amazing deals on the 13" and 15" models.

If you're looking for more deals, stay tuned to our Black Friday music deals page. We'll be loading it with the latest and best music gear offers.

Check out the latest Dell XPS 13 Black Friday deals

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Save $250 on the Dell XPS 13, now just $1049.99 (opens in new tab)
An incredible piece of kit for music makers of all levels, the XPS 13 promises power and performance in a compact package.

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Get £269 off the Dell XPS 13 using the code BF15 at checkout (opens in new tab)
This model usually sells for £1,799. Today you can pick it up for £1,529.15 using the code BF15 at the check out. This is a mighty machine that will service many years of music making.

Simon Arblaster
Video Producer & Reviews Editor

I take care of the reviews on MusicRadar and Future Music magazine, though can sometimes be spotted in front of a camera talking little sense in the presence of real musicians. For the past 30 years, I have been unable to decide on which instrument to master, so haven't bothered. Currently, a lover of all things high-gain in the guitar stakes and never one to resist churning out sub-standard funky breaks, the likes of which you'll never hear.