Microsoft Offers 31.4% Discount On Three Dell Laptops For Pi Day

Microsoft Offers 31.4% Discount On Three Dell Laptops For Pi Day
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Pi Day has passed, and to grace the occasion, Microsoft is offering tempting discounts on selected Dell laptops through its online store. The offer is valid only for March 14 and includes a 31.4 percent discount on Dell’s latest XPS 13, Inspiron 13 and Inspiron 15.


The Dell XPS 13 9350, which is actually priced at $999, is offered at $685.31 after the price cut. On the other hand, the Inspiron 15 i559, which comes at a price tag of $749, will be available at $513.81, and the Inspiron 13 i7359, which normally costs $999, is now tagged at $685.31. Earlier this month, Microsoft offered drastic price cuts on Dell PCs and accessories, with Dell monitors still selling at a $400 discount.

It should, however, be noted that the Redmond giant is offering discount only on Dell’s base models, while the higher-grade units including better touchscreens, processors, SSD storage cost more. Still, customers can enjoy $200 discount on the advanced models offered my Microsoft, reports PCWorld.

IBTimes explains the features of the three Dell laptops. The XP 13 9350 features a 13.3-inch touch screen, packed with Slylake processor. The device has an optional 16GB of memory, which is expandable up to 512GB. The laptop includes a host of customizable options to add to its looks.

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The Dell Inspiron 15 i5559 is a 15.6-inch laptop that includes a 1 terabyte hard drive, 8GB of memory and Intel Skylake processor. You do not need a password to unlock the PC, since it comes with an Intel RealSense 3D camera that helps in face recognition.

The Dell Inspiron 13 i7359 offers 8GB of memory along with 256GB of storage capacity. The device has a 13.3-inch screen, and is powered by Intel Skylake processor. The device’s internals are faster than traditional hard drives, since the former doesn’t depend on spinning metal plates to access data.

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