Home / Computing / Laptop

Find reviews of the best Dell laptops for £500 - £800.

Filter results

Brand
× Dell
Price
× £500 - £800
  1. Dell Inspiron 1525

    Dell Inspiron 1525

    Is this everything the original Inspiron 1520 should have been? Andy certainly thinks so.

    9
  2. Dell Vostro 3350

    Dell Vostro 3350

    Available in red, bronze or silver, this aluminium-encased 13.3in laptop is a powerful and versatile machine offering good usability and long battery life.

    8
  3. Dell XPS 17 (L701X)

    Dell XPS 17 (L701X)

    Dell refreshes its 17.3in XPS line with USB 3.0, HD webcams, Optimus graphics switching and 3D graphics, JBL 2.1 speakers and aluminium lids.

    8
  4. Dell Inspiron 17R

    Dell Inspiron 17R

    We check out Dell's new minimalist 17.3in Inspiron, packing a Core i5 CPU and a great keyboard.

    8
  5. Dell Inspiron 1764 - 17.3in Laptop

    Dell Inspiron 1764 - 17.3in Laptop

    We take a look at Dell's entry-level Intel Core i5 powered desktop replacement.

    8
  6. Dell Vostro 1310 13.3in Notebook

    Dell Vostro 1310 13.3in Notebook

    We take a look at Dell's small business targeted portable notebook.

    8
  7. Dell Latitude 13 Education Series

    Dell Latitude 13 Education Series

    A water sealed keyboard and Gorilla Glass screen for around £500

    7
  8. Dell Inspiron 15R

    Dell Inspiron 15R

    A well-featured, mid-range 15.6in laptop that lets you change its lid to suit your mood.

    7
  9. Dell Inspiron M301z

    Dell Inspiron M301z

    An extremely attractive 13.3-inch laptop with an AMD dual-core processor and a 500GB hard drive.

    7
  10. Dell Studio 1555 Midnight Blue

    Dell Studio 1555 Midnight Blue

    We see if it’s worth buying the retail version of Dell’s latest 15.6in laptop, which sports a large 500GB hard drive.

    7
  11. Dell Latitude 131L

    Dell Latitude 131L

    Dell's first AMD notebook is a solid business performer.

    7
  12. Dell Inspiron 13 5000 (5368)

    Dell Inspiron 13 5000

    Affordable and powerful with one crucial flaw

    6
  13. Dell Inspiron 14z (2011/2012)

    Dell Inspiron 14z (2011/2012)

    The cheaper, chunkier cousin to the XPS 14z offers a brushed aluminium lid in two different colours and some decent specs without breaking the bank. But is it any good?

    6
  14. Dell Latitude D531

    Dell Latitude D531

    Dell offers up a budget AMD notebook for corporate clients. Does it hit the spot, or are the compromises a little too great?

    6
  15. Dell Latitude 13

    Dell Latitude 13

    Dell's MacBook Air equivalent for those who can't afford an Adamo?

    5