Black Friday: Up to 60% off Dell laptops and desktops for SMBs

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​Dell has a slew of hardware deals for small businesses as part of its Black Friday sales.

It began on 22 November, with a range of deals for Vostro, Latitude, and XPS laptops deals, and also cut-price desktops and monitors.

"Dell has always been on hand to offer support to small businesses, and Black Friday is no different," the company said in a release announcing the sale. "There are a whole host of deals for business-ready laptops and desktops, as well as award-winning monitors to ensure your business can run smoothly in these new times."

Dell's small businesses Black Friday deals will actually run beyond Friday with availability throughout the weekend, ending Sunday 28 November. From there the company moves to Cyber Monday, which will kick off a whole new week of discounts on all its hardware. For Black Friday, businesses can save money on laptops, desktops, monitors, and servers, with free delivery on everything. IT Pro has rounded up the best deals for you and your business.

The company's Vostro series features large in its Black Friday offerings with the 3515 AMD Ryzen 5 model currently available for £466.79. That's a 47% discount, reduced from £884.30. The Vostro 3400, though, has had its price halved with the 11th gen Intel i5-1135G7 version going for £502.79, down from £1,013.53.

Latitude models are also seeing big reductions, with the Latitude 7410 (Build your own) currently on sale with a 60% discount. The 10th gen Intel i5-10310u machine is available for just £772.99, but it will go back up to £1,982.10 after Sunday 28 November.

The deals also include desktops and monitors, with the Vostro Desktop 3651 currently priced at £598.79 (46% off) and the Dell 32 Curved Gaming monitor at just £222.99, a 50% reduction. This also includes all-in-ones, such as the OptiPlex 7780 all-in-one desktop. It is currently available for £1,648.30, a 35% discount for the 27in display and desktop that features a 10th gen Intel i7-10700 chip.

Daniel Todd

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