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Dell XPS 15 prices in Singapore

Dell has done it again and wowed us with the latest in its laptop line – the Dell XPS 15. With its slim bezel, thin frame and lightweight figure, the Dell XPS 15 is the laptop for you. Whether for work or for play, it doesn’t get any better than the Dell XPS 15 laptop. Read more about the Dell XPS 15 below.

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3 Offers from 1 store available from S$ 2,688.00 - S$ 2,899.00

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Dell XPS 15 Price by Country
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Indonesia IDR 3,798,000
Malaysia MYR 7,499
Philippines PHP 93,631
Singapore SGD 2,688
Thailand THB 94,990

About Dell XPS 15 Singapore

Genius in the making – Dell XPS 15 in Singapore

The Dell XPS 15 is simply brilliant. Combining elements from the future with today’s technology, Dell was able to create a machine that has topped its previous laptop models by leaps and bounds. Enter – Dell XPS 15, the so-called “MacBook killer” made to expedite you into the future. It all starts with the built-to-order infinity edge display. Just flip it open and you’ll be mesmerized with the large screen that gives virtually no borders. The bright screen consists of a 1080p Full HD display available in touchscreen and non-touchscreen variants. Colours are crisp and video presentation is flawless. Gaming graphics are impressive too. Display sharpness works well even with the battery life.

Performance unlike no other

The Dell XPS 15 is built for performance. When it comes to speed, the Intel Core I7 6700 HQ 45W QUADCORE with Hyperthreading boosts any processes up. Coupled with the upgradable 16GB DDR4 memory along with the GTX 960 2GB video card and 512GB PCIE-based SSD, the Dell XPS 15 certainly has soul in its performance. These specs propel the Dell XPS 15 into the league with the big boys. This wide range of specs provide for both basic users and advanced computer enthusiasts. Whether it’s high-powered gaming you’re looking for or simply browsing the net, streaming movies or for work, you’ll be impressed with the Dell XPS 15’s overall performance.

Looking good

Among all of Dell XPS 15’s good qualities, the looks are of its top most. The first thing you’ll notice about the looks is the super thin frame. Polished metal along with carbon fibre does the trick in keeping a sturdy feel while keeping it lightweight. The HDMI port is gently hidden on the left side of the laptop’s frame while SD and USB ports are tucked in on both sides along with a headphone jack on the left. Even the exhaust fan on the bottom takes advantage of the fairly large size of the laptop’s figure. User reviews describe the keyboard to have good tactile feedback compared to previous Dell models while the touchpad is smooth and easy to work with.

Overall, the Dell XPS 15 is one nifty machine that you will want to have in your home or office. Whether for work or play, the Dell XPS 15 accompanies you throughout the day. So what are you waiting for? compare prices on iprice Singapore''s latest price comparison page to get the best deals for you.

Expert Reviews

stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2011-05-19
Sonic powerThe XPS isn't just about some extra CPU slickness either though. Slip a Blu-ray into the drive and you can make full use of the 1920x1080 screen, which is bright, crisp and colourful.However, what hits you first is not the visuals but the aweso...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-01
Good performance; excellent keyboard, touch pad; innovative touch screen; fun bundled music application; strong battery lifegood Glossy touch screen is prone to fingerprints; loud fan; screen is low-res for sizebad
Touch has come a long way, baby. From the first Windows convertible tablets (which are still being produced by a couple of manufacturers) to the Apple iPad in all of its touch glory, touch-input devices today look and feel a lot better than th...
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T3.com
Reviewed on 2011-04-18
The excellent nVidia Optimus graphics, Low price considering the power on offergood The chassis is a little chunky We'd prefer a higher resolution for watching HD filmsbad
While many multimedia laptops will send your bank account crashing into the red, the Dell XPS 15 boasts incredible power and an impressive set of features, and all for a good chunk less than a grand. The Dell XPS 15’s premium chassis looks smart a...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2011-04-10
Bright & contrast rich display with a large color spectrum, Large & pleasant touchpad, Cleverly arranged ports, Excellent battery life, High quality workmanship, Very good sound system, Keyboard illumination, Graphics switching, Great performance, Prima L...good Somewhat high temperature & noise development during load, Spongy keyboard, Reflective displaybad
The XPS 15 clearly sticks out from the flood of available 15 inch multimedia laptops. Dell not only relies on a case with unique looks and high quality materials , but also on strong innards. In place of a first generation Core-i Intel processor, the late...
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channelpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-04-04
By adding Sandy Bridge to an already fine laptop, Dell has created an entertainment tour-de-force Revisiting past glories is a path often fraught with peril, but Dell’s resurrection of its once-legendary XPS range is one of the success stories. Fusing ...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-29
Revisiting past glories is a path often fraught with peril, but Dell's resurrection of its once-legendary XPS range is one of the success stories. Fusing power, panache and a fantastic pair of speakers, the XPS 15 gained a Recommended award in late 2010 w...
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about.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-27
Mar 19 2011 - Dell recently updated its XPS line to include the new Intel 2nd Generation Core i processors. This refresh makes the systems faster with an economical starting price of just $799. Depending on your level of gaming, an upgrade to a full HD...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-22
Sandy Bridge Quad-core processor. 1080p resolution. Skype-certified HD webcam. Nvidia GeForce GT 540M is a nice boost in graphics power. Great keyboard. Backlit option. Soft mouse buttons. HDMI and Displayport. Long list of processor options. Huge battery, excellent battery life....good Thick and clunky. A fully loaded configuration can be pricey.bad
The Dell XPS 15 (Sandy Bridge) ($1,785 direct) is the result of taking the original Dell XPS 15 ($1,115 direct, 4 stars) and replacing its innards with new hardware from Intel and Nvidia. This gut-cleaning carved out spots for an Intel Core i7 quad-cor...
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asia.cnet.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-22
Offers full-HD screen option; excellent JBL speakers; plenty of configuration options; battery life is very good.good Extremely bulky, uninspired design of the XPS 15 doesn't suit its price; some configuration options feel like they should have been included for free.bad
One of last year's most impressively priced high-end multimedia laptops was the Dell XPS 15. Though it was certainly not svelte, the entry-level model we reviewed had an excellent set of specs and some of the best-sounding speakers we've ever heard on...
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onlinenotebook.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-21
I last reviewed Dell XPS 15 in November and the manufacturer is back now with a refreshed list of specs. The previous XPS wasn’t really svelte but the entry level model which costed around $849 had a good set of features and the speakers too were sound...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-17
Dell's new XPS 15 offers a high-resolution screen and excellent JBL speakers. Intel's new Core i-series CPUs and Nvidia graphics are standard, but there are also plenty of configuration options.good The extremely bulky, uninspired design of the XPS 15 doesn't suit its price, and though the battery life is very good, it's not as great as Apple's MacBook Pro. Some configuration options feel like they should have been included for free.bad
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-07
Beautiful, sharp HD Screen, Best-in-class audio, Blazing fast performance, Intel WiDi 2.0, Runs coolgood Bulky chassis, Keys somewhat stiff, Needs large battery for decent endurancebad
When we last reviewed the Dell XPS 15, we praised the notebook's strong performance, best-in-class audio, and colorful screen. Now Dell has upgraded its premium 15-incher with Intel's second-generation Core Series processors and Nvidia GeForce GT 500 s...
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ld2.ciol.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-03
1080p full HD screen, sound quality, graphics performance, Blu-raygood bulkybad
Being from Dell’s XPS lineage you can expect best of breed features and performance from this hefty looking notebook. The weight of almost 3 Kg shouldn’t be a deterrent when you are looking for a notebook that serves you as a gaming or multimedia stati...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-02-27
The Dell XPS 15 is little brother to the Dell XPS 17 that recently won our Best Buy award. It has the same Intel Core i5-460M processor but a less powerful Nvidia GT 420M dedicated graphics chip. However, its score of 28.2fps in our Call of Duty 4 benc...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-02-23
The Dell XPS L501x is a laptop that competes with the Apple Macbook Pro. It has a 15.6in, Full HD (1080p) screen, an Intel Core i7 processor, a fast 640GB hard drive and all the trimmings. It's not as attractive or as well-built as an Apple laptop bu...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-02-22
Really excellent screen, Highly customisable, Solid performancegood Big and bulky, Quite ugly, Annoying port placement, Can become very expensive if you add too many extrasbad
Recently, we've seen the release of a gaggle of powerful, but not blindingly expensive, laptops. Dell wants in on the action with its 15.6-inch XPS 15, which sports a meaty Intel Core i5 CPU. The base configuration will set you back around £530, but yo...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-02-21
Excellent screen, plenty of processing power, surprisingly good speakersgood Thicker than a Macbook Pro, graphics card could be more powerful, build quality could be betterbad
The Dell XPS 15 (L501x) is a notebook that competes with the Apple Macbook Pro. It has a 15.6in, Full HD (1080p) screen, an Intel Core i7 processor, a fast 640GB hard drive and all the trimmings. It's not as attractive or as well-built as an Apple lap...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2011-02-21
The Dell XPS L501x is a notebook that competes with the Apple Macbook Pro. It has a 15.6in, Full HD (1080p) screen, an Intel Core i7 processor, a fast 640GB hard drive and all the trimmings. It's not as attractive or as well built as an Apple laptop b...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2011-02-14
The Dell XPS 15 is the latest premium home entertainment laptop from Dell. Not only does the XPS 15 come with the latest hardware configuration, it brings a fresh new design to Dell's XPS line.It is definitely one of the most extravagant desktop repla...
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pcworld.in
Reviewed on 2011-02-10
Metallic body, well built, FullHD (1920x1080) screen, Lots of features, Very good onboard sound, Face detection supportgood Heavybad
The is the latest premium home entertainment laptop from Dell. Not only does the XPS 15 come with the latest hardware configuration, it brings a fresh new design to Dell's XPS line. It is definitely one of the most extravagant desktop replacement lapt...
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