Dell is doing one last Cyber Monday mega sale – save 20% while you still can

As the world recovers from the Black Friday/Cyber Monday mayhem, Dell is still keeping the party going by offering 20% off laptops until the end of today (Friday, December 2).

From now until midnight the company is running what it’s calling “Cyber Friday’, and you can get 20% off ‘all systems’ in Dell’s outlet store.

That’s the online store that sells refurbished laptops, desktops, and tablets, alongside new products so you can get some decent discounts on already-discounted products or take the price of a new computer down considerably.

GET DEAL: 20% off at Dell’s outlet store when you enter the code ‘CyberFriday’

There’s several great devices, some of which come with a scratch and a dent here or there, while some come ‘certified refurbished’, which should mean you’re getting a device almost as good as new.

All you need to do to take advantage of the 20% off offer is enter the code ‘CyberFriday’ at the checkout and the price of your refurbished machine should drop considerably.

Dell XPS 12 (2015)

Among the products on offer is the XPS 12, a great laptop with 8GB RAM and a 512GB SSD that’s currently going new for £659.02. That means you should get the laptop for under £530 once you’ve entered the code.

The battery life isn’t what it could be on these laptops and the Core M processor leaves a lot to be desired, but if you’re looking for a new notebook at a discount, the XPS 12 might be the device for you.

GET DEAL: 20% off at Dell’s outlet store when you enter the code ‘CyberFriday’

There’s also a host of Inspiron laptops on offer, along with some Alienware offerings for those looking to get into some discounted gaming action.

Elsewhere, the company is holding ‘Days of Deals’ sale on new products until December 5, with a load of discounts on laptops, desktop PCs, and other products. You can check out the various deals on new devices here.

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Let us know if you pick up a new laptop in the comments.