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E20-575 RecoverPoint Specialist exam for Storage Administrators

Exam Title :
Dell EMC Certified Specialist - Systems Administrator - RecoverPoint (DECS-SA)

Exam ID :

Exam Duration :
90 mins

Questions in exam :

Passing Score :

Official Training :
RecoverPoint Management (MR-9CN-NSRPOM)

Exam Center :
Pearson VUE

Real Questions :
Dell EMC RecoverPoint Specialist Real Questions

VCE practice exam :
Dell EMC E20-575 Certification VCE Practice Test

RecoverPoint Architecture and RecoverPoint Solutions 23%

- Describe the key features, functions, and capabilities of RecoverPoint

- Identify and describe RecoverPoint system architecture and components

- Explain the RecoverPoint data flow

RecoverPoint Management 39%

- Identify and describe how RecoverPoint administration tasks are performed

- Explain the factors when planning Consistency Group deployment

- Create and manage Consistency Groups

- Explain the advanced features of Consistency Groups. For example, Snap-based Replication with XtremIO, MetroPoint Consistency Groups, and integration features

RecoverPoint Operation 22%

- Identify and describe RecoverPoint Snapshots and Bookmarks

- Identify and describe how recovery tasks are performed with Unisphere for RecoverPoint

- Modify existing RecoverPoint protection

RecoverPoint System Analysis 16%

- Identify and describe how to use Unisphere for RecoverPoint to collect system information

- Identify and describe the steps required to use the RecoverPoint system analysis tools

- Describe how to use RecoverPoint CLI commands to perform simple environment troubleshooting

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Killexams : Dell EMC World 2017

CRN is live at Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas. Get all of ourr coverage of the event, as well content from the Dell EMC World 2017 special issue of CRN, here.

Dell EMC World

CRN is live at Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas. Get all of our coverage of the event, as well content from the Dell EMC World 2017 special issue of CRN, here.

Dell EMC World News

Dell EMC Bringing Mission-Critical Cloud Power Virtustream Into Channel Program
The Virtustream Enterprise Cloud's move into the Dell EMC partner program is effective immediately and was announced today at the Dell EMC World conference in Las Vegas.

Pat Gelsinger: VMware Opens Up Tech Partners To Expand Cloud Capabilities
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said new partnerships with Amazon Web Services, Google, and other parts of the Dell EMC business will make it easier for customers to run applications and manage IoT over private, hybrid, and public clouds.

Virtustream Extends Mission-Critical Cloud Tech To Complex Health Care Applications
Virtustream, known mainly for its public cloud infrastructure for mission-critical apps like SAP, is now providing the ability to run Epic and other health care apps in a HIPAA-compliant cloud.

Michael Dell To Partners: 'Enormous Cross-Selling Opportunities For You'
Dell EMC CEO Michael Dell tells partners that the complexity inherent in enterprise digital transformations opens up more opportunities for partners to sell across Dell EMC's broad portfolio.

Dell EMC's David Goulden: Modern, Automated Infrastructure Provides The First Step For Cloud Migration
A big focus of this week's Dell EMC World is the ability of Dell EMC to provide the modern infrastructure that lets customers look at the cloud and other ways to add flexibility to their applications.

Dell EMC Rolls Out 'Flexible Consumption' Rebate For Partners
Channel Chief John Byrne hit the Dell EMC World conference stage in Las Vegas to talk about the vendor's new consumption-based rebate model for partners selling cloud and hyper-converged resources.

Dell EMC Takes Aim At Cisco With New Open Networking Push
Dell EMC is putting the pressure on Cisco and other networking market leaders, unveiling a slew of new open networking products at this week's Dell EMC World.


Dell North America Sales Chief: 'Winning In Both Consumer And Commercial PCs' Is Key
David Schmoock, who took over as North America sales head at Dell EMC in early April after the departure of 18-year sales veteran Bill Rodriguez, made the case at Dell EMC World for keeping the competitive pressure on in the PC arena.

Dell EMC World: Michael Dell's 7 Keys To The Future Of Dell Technologies And The IT Industry
In a keynote at the Dell EMC World conference in Las Vegas, Dell laid out the company's broad product portfolio for the more than 13,000 in attendance and gave insights into how that portfolio is positioned for the future of global business.

Dell EMC World: Enterprise Sales Chief Scannell Says Partners Are Booting Competitors, Winning Big Deals Amid Huge Market Opportunity
Scannell says the market opportunity for Dell EMC now is bigger than he's seen in more than three decades.

Michael Dell To Partners: 'Enormous Cross-Selling Opportunities For You'
Dell is contributing its Project FUSE source code to the EdgeX Foundry initiative, a project aiming to create a standard to align market leaders around a common Internet of Things framework.

Partner Marketing Push: Dell EMC Arms Partners With New MDF Resources
Dell EMC is simplifying its MDF strategy with its Partner Marketing Institute, an online portal that enables partners to seamlessly make their marketing efforts an extension of Dell EMC's.

Dell EMC Gives Partners The Nod On Commercial PCs With Extension Of Partner-Led Strategy
Dell EMC moves closer to launching its sales strategy for servers, storage and networking lines, establishing a "line of sight" for partners to make money.

Dell EMC Launches All-Flash Storage Barrage
Dell EMC debuts its VMAX 950X all-flash enterprise storage array and second-generation XtremIO all-flash block storage platform at Dell EMC World.

15 Hot Products Unleashed At Dell EMC World 2017
Whether you made it to Las Vegas for Dell EMC World or not, CRN was there.

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Dell EMC World: Transformation Titans Map Out Dell EMC's Path To Growth
With the right pieces now in place, Dell EMC's complete-portfolio call to action is being heard loud and clear across the partner ecosystem.

Marius Haas On Why There's 'Zero Debate' About The Value Of Dell EMC's End-To-End Portfolio
Marius Haas believes that when it comes to determining which vendor partner is going to provide you with long-term value creation opportunities, there's no debate that it's Dell EMC.

John Byrne On Partners Pivoting Away From Cisco, HPE, Lenovo, And Selling The Entire Dell EMC Portfolio
John Byrne says that Dell EMC partners are rapidly moving away from competing vendors and aggressively pushing new business opportunities across the entire combined portfolio.

Dell EMC's Cheryl Cook On The Combined Partner Marketing Perspective
Dell EMC's global channel marketing chief Cheryl Cook talks to CRN about the importance of communication when combining the marketing efforts of two massive partner programs.

Chad Sakac On Dell EMC's Push To Turn Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Into A Utility
Dell EMC is putting the 'pedal to the medal' when it comes to hyper-converged infrastructure and is tasking Chad Sakac and his team with making customer transformation as simple as possible for partners.

Jeremy Burton On How Partners Can Take Advantage Of A Combined Dell, EMC
Ahead of Dell EMC World 2017, Jeremy Burton dug into the blockbuster acquisition and how it primes partners to take advantage of the new combined company.

Dell EMC's David Goulden On What It Means To Be The Biggest Player In Storage
Ahead of Dell EMC World 2017, David Goulden talks to CRN about the new combined storage powerhouse and why you won't heard anyone referred to as 'ex-Dell' or 'ex-EMC.'

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Killexams : Dell EMC

With support from Dell EMC, and in association with Intel and Microsoft, Dippy's Naturenauts offers a mobile-friendly interactive experience for children aged seven to eleven.

A fun activity that supports Dippy on Tour, Dippy and Fern the fox lead kids through a series of exploratory games that encourage them to venture outdoors and interact with the nature in their area while learning about science.

Through their generous support of Dippy on Tour and Dippy's Naturenauts, Dell EMC helped the Museum to help the next generation of scientists engage with the natural world through a leading a digital experience, guiding and engage them in scientific thinking. 

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Killexams : CRN's Coverage Of Dell EMC World 2016

Power At Every Position: Dell Fills Exec Lineup With Seasoned Channel, Sales Veterans
The new Dell Technologies intends to lean heavily on EMC's channel experts. Here's a rundown of the executives leading Dell Technologies' sales and channel operations.

Dell Adds Systems Integrators To Its IoT Solutions Partner Program
Systems integrators have a 'unique vertical experience,' says a Dell IoT executive, and have expertise in manufacturing, utilities and industrial automation.

Dell EMC Launches First Midmarket-Focused VMAX Solution At Sub-$100K Price Point
The new 250F is 'VMAX for everyone,' says Dell EMC Vice President of Marketing Peter Smails, delivering enterprise capabilities to a new market of midsize customers.

Partners: Cisco And Dell EMC Will 'Inevitably' Hit VCE Architecture And Sales Crossroads
Although Cisco and Dell are playing nice around VCE for now, partners say architectural differences and sales incentives will inevitably lead to a break up.

6 Fun Facts About Dell Technologies You Might Not Know
Ahead of the first Dell EMC World, here are six fun facts about Dell Technologies, including its environmental efforts, sports sponsorships and its high profile in television and movies.

Mon, 17 Oct 2016 02:22:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : How to get a Dell student discount

If you’re a college student searching through the back to school sales for a new laptop, monitor or desktop PC, then you’ll want to know how to get a Dell student discount in order to save even more money. 

Dell offers some of the best laptops and desktop computers around as well as a whole range of essential accessories including 4K monitors, keyboards and webcams. If you’re heading off to college you’ll want to ensure your tech is up to scratch to help your complete your assignments in record time, and that’s where a Dell student discount can really help you out.

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Killexams : Secret of true AI at DELL EMC is diversity of its creators

Without diverse input at the building stage, the outlook of any artificial intelligence can be very one dimensional – but DELL is helping such software systems see the bigger picture ... 

TECHNOLOGICAL advances mean the world is changing so rapidly it’s a struggle to keep up.

One of the key issues is the ever-growing skills gap because, while it is commonly thought by the older generation that many young people all want to enter the technology sector, the reality is that not enough are studying STEM subjects to meet future needs.

For Dell Technologies the answer is a diverse and inclusive workforce that includes minority groups, females as well as men, and everyone from graduates to those re-entering the workforce at a later stage in life.

Diversity and inclusion is seen by Dell Technologies not just as a politically correct slogan but a business imperative - which is why the company has launched a range of programmes to attract and retain diverse talent.

Dell Technologies’ diversity and inclusion strategy is as important as its technology strategy because it is regarded as bringing business and social value to the company.

“We are in 180 countries and have 140,000 employees and what we want is to create a place where people can come to work and be themselves,” said Tricia Smyth, EMEA Diversity and Inclusion Lead for Dell Technologies.  
“We want them to feel a sense of belonging so they do their best work rather than sit worrying about how they are perceived.


LEADING THE WAY:  Tricia Smyth, EMEA Diversity and Inclusion Lead for Dell Technologies

That is a key part of our code of conduct. On the flip side we want customers to see we value these groups.” 
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one area where homogeneity does not make good business sense.

“At the end of the day AI is programmed by a person and if you have a homogenous group programming it means there is just one dimension,” pointed out Smyth. “If we can apply diversity to that we are more likely to reflect what customers are looking for.

“As one of the largest technology companies in the world the onus is on us to use that position of privilege to make a difference. 

“We are in a unique position to work on global challenges and we have built our agenda around sustainability, inclusion and transforming lives with technology.”
The seriousness of the skills gap can be seen in the fact that by 2024 in Europe and North America alone there are expected to be 600,000 unfilled computing jobs based on current graduation rates. 

This is where programmes like STEMAspire comes in as it is aimed at encouraging females to study science, technology, engineering or mathematics and reverse the tendency for female students to drop out before they finish their studies. 

This is Dell Technologies’ biggest programme in Scotland and has been so successful that the same model is being adopted by the company’s Pride employee resource group to encourage more of the LGBT community to enter the field. “We have just finished piloting this in Ireland and the feedback has been superb both from the mentors and mentees,” said Smyth. 

“For mentors it is good to see they can cultivate talent and from the LGBT standpoint we are providing role models within Dell Technologies. Often LGBT students fail to make the transition from college or university into the industry as they are unsure of how they will be received.”

Dell Technologies also goes into secondary schools with its Digital Futures Programme to deliver pupils an idea of what it is really like to work in the sector and the range of jobs available.

“This is working well too,” said Smyth. “At the start of one of my latest sessions I asked for a show of hands of those considering a career in the technology industry. Three out of 165 pupils put their hands up but at the end of the hour every single hand went up. We show how technology affects everything we do so that they can see all the different aspects of being a computer programmer.”

Another Dell Technologies programme centres on those who have taken a few years out of the workplace and would like to go back to work but are in need of new skills as well as a confidence boost.

Flexible working is also seen as key to encouraging people with family responsibilities to work for Dell Technologies and by 2020 it is expected that nearly 50 per cent of the workforce will have flexible work arrangements.

“We want to attract talent and make sure we create an environment where people can be themselves,” said Smyth. 

“Dell Technologies is committed to that and is regularly voted one of the most ethical and most admired companies.

She added: “The core to all of this is addressing issues of bias. We all have biases and these affect how we make decisions so we need to be aware of them.”
In order to help employees recognise their biases the company has launched its Many Advocating Real Change (MARC) programme.

“We are not trying to change people but we need to eliminate bias from how we hire and recruit to make sure we build a diverse workforce,” said Smyth. “People tend to hire someone they like or someone like them so it is building awareness that someone unlike you does not always mean worse - it just means different.” 

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Gender was on the agenda in Edinburgh

Dell Technologies are working collaboratively with Equate Scotland to help support and prepare the next generation of female STEM professionals entering today’s transforming work environment. 

Scotland’s gender equality expert within STEM Equate Scotland, recently hosted their annual Student Network Conference and Awards Ceremony at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. Equate Scotland, established in 2006, is an organisation that actively promotes and encourages the advancement of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 


CAPITAL VENTURE: The Student Network Conference and Awards Ceremony

The event brought together female students from colleges and universities across Scotland, celebrating their passion for their chosen field. Students connected with inspiring female professionals from companies such as Dell Technologies, Data Lab, Ernst Young and Balfour Beatty, to help build on their network and enhance their career development.

The conference came about as part of Equate Scotland’s strategy to make tangible and sustainable change in Scotland, enabling the development of women studying and working within STEM industries by supporting their recruitment, retention and career progression.

Scotland’s STEM employment sector struggles with skills shortages which many expect will be exacerbated by Britain’s exit from the European Union. Studies suggest there are too few students coming through, particularly females, which jeopardises Scotland’s chance to be at the forefront of innovation. 

Only 25% of women have a profession within the STEM sector and 70% of university students studying STEM will not progress onto a role within the industry. Dell Technologies attended the event and hosted an interactive workshop for students and employers. The workshop focused on effective communication and social media, providing students with tips and guidance on how to enhance and maintain a professional social media presence across platforms such as LinkedIn and Twitter.   

Sarah O’Donnell, Executive Communications at Dell Technologies says: “The event was very much a celebration of super inspiring young women, bringing them together to connect with peers and other female professionals to help enhance their career development. 

“Dell Technologies were delighted to support the event and I was particularly privileged to impart some of my knowledge on social media and communication skills in a super interactive workshop.” 

Equate Scotland initially connected with Dell Technologies in 2017, providing support in the launch of their STEMAspire mentoring programme. The programme came about as part of

Dell Technologies wider social impact strategy to drive growth and innovation through advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.  

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Killexams : The Best Dell Laptops for 2023

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*Deals are selected by our commerce team

If you're shopping for a laptop in 2023, you have almost too many options to choose from, be it a thin mobile companion or a hefty, rugged notebook, with a vast range of options in between. Sometimes the easiest thing to do is to narrow down your options based on what you know. Sometimes, that's a brand you've long used and trusted.

If you're familiar with Dell, you probably have some opinion regarding how reliable the company's products are, how its customer service works, and the general quality of the user experience that those products and services deliver. If you're brand-loyal, it's a reasonable way to whittle down your options, while still helping you zero in on an excellent product. Picking a brand you trust does half the deciding for you.

Whether you're after a fast laptop for crunching numbers at work or a laptop for staying productive at home or on the go, it's likely that Dell has a model you've considered buying. The company has reliable machines at all levels of the market. Read on for a breakdown of our picks for the best Dell laptops for 2023 for a variety of users, followed by a guide to Dell's various laptop lines.

Deeper Dive: Our Top Tested Picks

Dell Inspiron 16 Plus (7620)

Best Dell Laptop for Most People

Bottom Line:

Dell's latest Inspiron 16 Plus isn't a perfect desktop replacement, but it offers robust features at a reasonable price, with solid performance from its 12th Generation Intel H-series CPU and Nvidia RTX graphics.


  • Strong all-around performance for the price
  • GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU can handle routine graphics tasks
  • 1080p webcam
  • Long battery life


  • Dull design compared to more premium-feeling competitors
  • Middling display quality
  • No touch screen or OLED option

Dell Inspiron 15 (3525)

Best Dell Laptop for the Tightest Budgets

Bottom Line:

The Dell Inspiron 15 (3525) is as simple as budget laptops come. While this version addresses several shortcomings of the previous generation, you could find better elsewhere if you're not committed to Dell.


  • Plenty of ports
  • Decent price-to-performance ratio
  • 120Hz display refresh rate


  • Overall outclassed battery and display
  • No keyboard backlighting
  • Plain design

Dell XPS 15 (9530) (2023)

Best High-End Dell Desktop Replacement

Bottom Line:

Fully focused on new silicon, the latest Dell XPS 15 laptop adds long battery life to leading performance accessed by a gorgeous OLED touch screen, retaining its best-in-class status.


  • Faster performance than ever
  • GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs
  • Brilliant OLED touch screen
  • Premium build quality
  • Long battery life


  • Limited graphics performance ceiling
  • Still has 720p webcam
  • USB-C ports only (adapter included)

Dell XPS 17 (9730)

Best Big-Screen High-End Dell Desktop Replacement

Bottom Line:

The 2023 Dell XPS 17 brings back its tried-and-true, luxe design alongside 13th Gen Core silicon to serve demanding pro users an excellent desktop replacement that can do a little leisure on the side.


  • Superior all-around performance at its size
  • Punchy graphics options
  • Classic high-end design and metal build
  • Beautiful 4K touch-display option
  • Four Thunderbolt 4 ports, adapter for USB-A and HDMI included


  • Still only includes a disappointing 720p webcam
  • Notably higher starting price than before
  • Still no OLED screen option

Dell XPS 13 Plus (2023)

Best High-End Dell Ultraportable

Bottom Line:

A gorgeous OLED screen and a stylized keyboard make Dell's XPS 13 Plus a sleek ultraportable, but its few ports and brief battery life make it impractical for regular use.


  • Peppy performance
  • Superb 3.5K OLED touch screen
  • Trim and light
  • Sleek, seamless keyboard and touchpad
  • Reasonable price


  • Just two Thunderbolt 4 ports (with adapters)
  • Poor battery life
  • No mobile broadband

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (2022)

Best High-End Dell Convertible

Bottom Line:

Dell's 2022 rework of its XPS 13 2-in-1 is a well-made, broadly useful detachable Windows tablet in the Surface Pro vein, making it the best that Dell offers today.


  • Lightweight tablet design
  • Effective and intuitive XPS Folio keyboard accessory
  • Sharp, bright 3K touch display
  • 1080p user-facing webcam and 2160p rear-facing camera


  • $100 XPS Folio keyboard not included
  • Middling battery life
  • Limited to just two USB-C ports, with no headphone jack

Alienware x16 R1

Best Thin Dell Gaming Laptop

Bottom Line:

The Alienware x16 comes fully loaded to play any PC game with an excellent mechanical keyboard and an RGB extravaganza—just beware of loud fan noise and a divisive design.


  • Effective performance for almost every task
  • Colorful 16-inch, 240Hz display
  • Pleasant mechanical keyboard
  • Excellent port selection
  • Plenty of customizable RGB lighting


  • Noisy fans fire up during any game
  • Inconvenient port placement
  • Heavy design
  • Design verges on garish

Alienware m18

Best Big-Screen Dell Gaming Laptop

Bottom Line:

With top-end components and a spacious 18-inch display, the Alienware m18 is the best giant-screen gaming laptop so far, aimed at enthusiasts and pros with cash to burn.


  • Blistering performance as configured
  • Sturdy build with metal lid, customizable lighting
  • Superior Cherry MX mechanical keyboard option
  • Sharp 1600p/165Hz display, with 1080p/480Hz option
  • Reasonable starting price with lots of configuration


  • Rear-facing ports are awkward to reach
  • Short battery life
  • Big and heavy

Dell Chromebook 11 (3100)

Best Dell Laptop for Kids

Bottom Line:

Designed to withstand the rigors of daily life in the classroom, at home, and in between, the Dell Chromebook 11 hits a trifecta: rugged, affordable, and great for kids.


  • Compact
  • Sturdy, kid-friendly design
  • Spill-resistant keyboard
  • Optional LTE
  • Plenty of USB ports
  • Reasonably priced accidental damage coverage


  • Poor Wi-Fi signal reception
  • Display limited to 1,366 by 768 resolution
  • No SD card reader
  • Clumsy touchpad

Dell Latitude 9440 2-in-1

Best Dell Enterprise Fleet Laptop

Bottom Line:

The Dell Latitude 9440 2-in-1 is a well-made business laptop with innovative features and some smart design touches, but it's only so-so as a convertible.


  • Slick frameless keyboard and extra large, feature-filled touchpad
  • Excellent performance and battery life
  • Plenty of available business features, including 5G WWAN
  • Pretty display with above-average color and brightness


  • Thunderbolt 4 ports only
  • Uncomfortable hard-edged palm rest
  • Pricey
  • Only one screen choice

Dell Precision 5560

Best Dell Mobile Workstation

Bottom Line:

The workstation sibling of the celebrated Dell XPS 15, the Precision 5560 is a slim, splendid-screened laptop that can handle all but the toughest professional apps.


  • Quite thin and light for a mobile workstation
  • Handsome high-res 16:10 touch screen
  • Stiff aluminum and magnesium build
  • Thunderbolt 4 ports, SD card slot included
  • Excellent multithreaded performance for a thin workstation


  • Expensive
  • Short on ports (USB-A and HDMI dongle included)
  • No OLED screen option

Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet

Best Rugged Dell Laptop/Tablet

Bottom Line:

It's not the best performer, but Dell's Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet does the job anywhere—whether down a mineshaft, on a construction site, or at the scene of an accident. You'll likely be hard-pressed to find an environment this slate can't survive.


  • Rugged design can survive almost anything
  • Sunlight-ready touch screen works with gloved hands and included pen
  • Plenty of features, including 4G/5G mobile data
  • Optional handle for grab-and-go use
  • Dual hot-swappable batteries with long battery life, too


  • Heavy and chunky
  • Middling performance
  • Keyboard not included

Buying Guide: The Best Dell Laptops for 2023

When you're looking at Dell's laptop product line, you'll want to concentrate on which of its six main families of laptop best meets your needs. The ones to familiarize yourself with are Inspiron, XPS, Alienware, G Series, Latitude, and Precision. You'll find both clamshell and 2-in-1 convertible entries in all of these families apart from the two gaming-oriented ones.

Stay tuned for a number of new gaming laptops from Dell, particularly the Alienware x16 and Alienware m18 mobile gaming machines, later in 2023. Dell's also working on new upgrades and additions to its high-end XPS line in 2023. Naturally, we intend to review each one.

Inspiron: The Mainstream Choice

For use in the home or school, Dell's Inspiron brand comprises consumer laptops of every stripe: power machines, inexpensive "just enough" machines, big displays, and ultra-compacts. Whether you're editing photos or managing your home finances, Inspiron's copious options fit both screen-size and budget needs for most buyers. These machines are mostly Windows models; if you want something a little less expensive for simple tasks and browsing online, consider Dell's Chromebooks, which put basic functionality into an affordable package that works great for kids and students.

Dell Inspiron 16 Plus (7620)

(Credit: Kyle Cobian)

Dell breaks its Inspiron line into three gradations or levels: 3000, 5000, and 7000 series. As you go up that stack, you tend to see more premium features, and higher relative pricing. The number between the word "Inspiron" and the series number is typically the screen size of the laptop; an Inspiron 13 5000, for example, would be a 13-inch-screened laptop with middle-field characteristics.

Want to make sure you're saving the most cash possible, even on a Dell laptop? Check out our article with 15 money-saving tips for buying laptops.

XPS: The Power-User Class

The various guises of the Dell XPS 13 have been our "near-perfect" mainstream and power laptops for some time now. Refresh after refresh, Dell keeps tuning to keep this hardy machine on top. XPS signifies, on both the desktop and laptop side of the fence, a premium-design, fully decked-out machine that bridges demanding consumers and business users. It's Dell's line of power tools that are equally at home in a home office, a coffee shop, a conference room, or a high-stakes business meeting.

Dell XPS 13 Plus

(Credit: Molly Flores)

XPS-class laptops also sometimes serve as guinea pigs for introducing futuristic features, such as the XPS 13 Plus, which ditches a physical touchpad in favor of a haptic feedback mechanism integrated into the palm rest. These experiments aside, you won't find a lot of variety in the XPS laptop line in terms of screen size or stratification, just configurable versions of the 13-inch-screened XPS 13 and 15-inch XPS 15 as both clamshells and swiveling-screen 2-in-1s. The XPS 17, the biggest model, has a 17-inch screen and is only available in a clamshell form factor.

Alienware and G Series: Full-Spectrum Gaming

If gaming is more your style, Dell's Alienware brand delivers, if you're on the market for a serious, blinged-out gaming cruiser. The latest components combine with premium construction and design, earning Alienware a well-deserved reputation as an aspirational brand among PC gamers. The Alienware machines tend to be big, brawny models with heavy graphics firepower and prices to match, though the brand known for its classic Area-51m bruiser has made forays into some leaner machines with its m15 and m17 series models and the even leaner Alienware X-Series.

Alienware m17 R5

(Credit: Molly Flores)

Dell also sells gaming laptops under its G Series brand, introduced in 2018. Before this new sub-brand's introduction, this aggressively priced, lower-end line was part of the Inspiron family. Dell split it out as its own animal, and now the G Series is aimed at mainstream and budget-constrained gamers, with more modest designs than the Alienwares and component loadouts that are humbler but still workable for the latest games.

Dell G15 2023

(Credit: Kyle Cobian)

The G Series models hover above and below the $1,000 mark, while the Alienwares start north of that. Models in the G Series are gradated like the Inspirons, into G3, G5, and G7 classes, with the higher numbers indicating higher-grade builds and feature sets.

Latitude: The Umbrella for Business Machines

Then there's business. Dell's Latitude brand is the mainstay for its business laptops, competing with options from Lenovo (the ThinkPad T series) and HP (the various EliteBook lines). Latitude offers options for workers in the office or in the field, with a mix of thin-yet-powerful laptops and durable systems that can take a beating.

Like the Inspirons and the G Series, the Latitudes make use of the same 3000, 5000, and 7000 nomenclature, with the addition of a top-of-the-line 9000 series. The second number in the four-digit model number signifies the screen size. So a Dell Latitude 7390 is in the second-from-the-top of the four lines, with a 13.3-inch screen; a Latitude 9500 would be a top-grade machine with a 15.6-inch screen.

Dell Latitude 9440 2-in-1

(Credit: Joseph Maldonado)

Beyond the "simply" durable units, the Latitude line is also home to a few costly, highly ruggedized models that are designed to be used in hostile environments: doused in water, clipped onto an ATV, exposed to cold and wind, and the like. These are branded under the Latitude Rugged Extreme moniker.

Precision: Workstation Laptops for Demanding Professionals

Mobile workstations are a breed of machines that share some traits with business models, but they stand apart for their Independent Software Vendor (ISV) certifications and, in some cases, specialized CPU and GPU options and support for highly precise error-correcting-code (ECC) memory. ISV certifications deliver users of demanding professional business apps (in areas such as scientific computing, architecture, and engineering) assurances that the workstation will run up to snuff with a given application. Companies such as Adobe, Autodesk, Avid, Dassault Systemés, and Siemens tend to be the ISVs involved.  

Dell Precision 5560

(Credit: Molly Flores)

Dell's line of mobile workstations is its Precision line, which comprises both laptop and desktop models. On the laptop side, Precision makes use of the same 3000, 5000, and 7000 series lingo as the other lines, with the screen size indicated within the model number.

A workstation might make use of consumer- or business-grade Intel CPUs, but the mark of a high-end workstation is the presence of a mobile Intel Xeon CPU and a dedicated workstation-grade graphics processor from Nvidia (RTX A-series, formerly Quadro) or AMD (Radeon Pro, much less common). The latter are in contrast to their consumer-GPU counterparts (GeForce GTX/RTX and Radeon RX, respectively) and are designed specifically for the kind of heavy-duty calculations that ISV-class applications require. Dell also offers a few 2-in-1 models in the Precision line; convertible workstations are far less common than their consumer counterparts.

So, What Is the Best Dell Laptop to Buy?

There are plenty of solid Dell systems to choose from, but don't be overwhelmed by the options. We've combed through our many reviews and singled out the best Dell systems in multiple categories. For more (Dell and non-Dell) options, check out our favorite laptops overall (updated constantly), as well as our lists of the best Chromebooks, the best budget laptops, and the best gaming laptops.

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Killexams : Dell back to school sales 2023 — XPS laptops from $849, monitors from $79

Dell back to school deals are officially live. If you're a student — or parent of a student — Dell is offering aggressive price cuts on a wide variety of monitors, desktops, laptops, and more. 

Even if you're not heading back to campus, the Dell back to school deals event is a great opportunity to upgrade your current rig for a better, more powerful one. I've been covering retail holidays like back to school for over a decade. As deals editor at Tom's Guide, it's my job to separate the good deals from the mediocre ones. From now through the end of September I'll be curating the best Dell deals on items we've reviewed, recommend, or offer the best value. 

If you're looking for a new laptop, the XPS 13 for $849 is a solid buy. We've seen it sell for less (as low as $749), but the reason I like this deal is because this configuration comes with a Core i5-1230U CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD. Configurations I've seen sell for $749 to $799 tend to skimp out on RAM, storage, or both. With 16GB, this XPS is bound to last you for more than just a school semester. It's worth noting that the 2022 XPS 13 only has two Thunderbolt 4/USB-C ports. There's an included USB-C to USB-A 3.0 adapter, but if you plan on connecting multiple devices, then you'll want to look at the XPS 15. 

Make sure to bookmark this guide for the best Dell back to school deals as they're releases. Also, check out our guide to the best back to school sales and Dell coupons.

Editor's Note: Dell tends to expire links to product pages very frequently, even when the deal is still active. If a deal we've listed below shows up as expired, browse through Dell's top sales section and it's likely you'll find the same deal there. 

Dell back to school deals





When will Dell back to school deals begin? 

The back to school season isn't a single retail holiday. Instead it's a season that generally lasts from July through September. That said, Dell's back to school sale has already started. We expect to see the best sales in August with deals winding down in early September. 

Dell back to school deals — what to expect 

It's no secret that Dell laptops and desktops can be found on sale any given day of the week. However, Dell back to school deals tend to offer bigger price cuts than the PC manufacturer's everyday deals. In previous years, we've seen record price lows on top-rated Dell devices like the XPS 13, XPS 15, and various Dell monitors. 

For instance, last summer the base XPS 13 dropped to $729, whereas the XPS 13 desktop sold for $599. Make sure to keep up with our Dell back to school deals coverage for the best discounts as they're launched. 

Dell back to school deals — what to buy?

Dell's back to school sales event will include discounts on the best gaming laptops and best gaming PCs of 2023. That said, Dell has a large category of desktops and laptops suitable for all types of students. Below are a few of the systems we recommend. Remember to always check for Dell coupons for stackable discounts. 

XPS 13: The XPS 13 was once our favorite laptop. While it's still a decent machine, the new version takes a few steps backwards. Specifically, you lose ports in order to gain a slightly slimmer design. That said, older models are still great and we expect to see bigger deals on the older versions of the XPS. These are excellent deals and you can expect pricing to start at $799.

Alienware Aurora R15: This is our favorite overall gaming PC. We like it because it improves upon its predecessors in multiple ways while packing the most powerful components you can afford in an attractive, easy-to-open chassis. It also runs cooler and quieter than its predecessors. Expect to see discounts of up to $500 on Alienware rigs. 

Dell G5 15 SE: If you're looking for a great value, the Dell G5 15 SE is one of the best budget gaming rigs you'll find. This laptop can keep up with some of the more expensive gaming laptops, especially at 1080p. You can expect very playable frame rates in games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider when running at max settings. Because it's already a solid value, discounts on this system will be smaller.  

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