Best Dell Black Friday in July sales — 9 epic deals that beat Prime Day

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Dell's Black Friday in July sale is so good this year, it puts Prime Day on notice. If you've been looking for a new laptop, monitor or even gaming PC, this is a great time to buy.

The manufacturer has deals for all budgets with laptops with 16GB of RAM on sale from $499. Likewise, 24-inch and larger monitors are on sale from $99. Here are the best Black Friday in July Dell sales I've seen this week. For more ways to save, check out our guide to this week's best Dell coupons.

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Dell UltraSharp 27: was $279 now $229 @ Dell

Dell UltraSharp 27: was $279 now $229 @ Dell
Already got a laptop but want a display to connect it to? This Dell display offers a 3840 x 2160 4K resolution and 27-inches of real estate, as well as both HDMI and DisplayPort connections. Plus, you get power delivery to charge your device.

OptiPlex Micro: was $999 now $719 @ Dell

OptiPlex Micro: was $999 now $719 @ Dell
This tiny desktop still packs plenty of power. This configuration has 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage, and comes with a keyboard and mouse. All you'll need to get started is a monitor (we'd recommend the one above).

Inspiron 16: was $949 now $649 @ Dell

Inspiron 16: was $949 now $649 @ Dell
With a big 16-inch display, Core 7 150U CPU, and 16GB of RAM, the Inspiron 16 is ideal for students with multiple windows open at once for making notes. This one also has a huge 1TB of storage, ideal for, well, just about anything.

G15 Gaming Laptop: was $1,099 now $899 @ Dell

G15 Gaming Laptop: was $1,099 now $899 @ Dell
While it's great for work, the G15 is also ideal for gaming thanks to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 under the hood and 16GB of RAM, along with 1TB of space for installing hefty titles like Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3.

Latitude 5540: was $1,609 now $989 @ Dell

Latitude 5540: was $1,609 now $989 @ Dell
This Windows 11 laptop comes with 16GB of RAM and plenty of ports, including a MicroSD slot and USB-A. Sadly, we'd have liked more than 256GB of storage, but it's ideal for anyone happy to hook up a hard drive or two.

XPS Desktop: was $1,559 now $1,109 @ Dell

XPS Desktop: was $1,559 now $1,109 @ Dell
It may look like an Xbox Series X, but the XPS Desktop is a great PC for just about anyone. There's a Core i7, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage, as well as an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti for playing some of the latest games.

XPS 15: was $1,699 now $1,299 @ Dell

XPS 15: was $1,699 now $1,299 @ Dell
The XPS line has long been one of Dell's strongest, and this 15.6-inch version has slim bezels, a 1920x1200 resolution, and the specs to continue that lineage. There's an SD card slot, 512GB of storage, and 32GB of memory.

Alienware Aurora R16 Desktop: was $2,049 now $1,699 @ Dell

Alienware Aurora R16 Desktop: was $2,049 now $1,699 @ Dell
Designed for gamers, this desktop has a slick, tastefully lit case with plenty of power under the hood courtesy of an Nvidia RTX 4070 GPU with a whopping 12GB of VRAM. Add to that 32GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD and you've got a great all-rounder.

Alienware x16 R2: was $2,699 now $1,999 @ Dell

Alienware x16 R2: was $2,699 now $1,999 @ Dell
Another true powerhouse of a machine, this Alienware machine has a sleek look with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 GPU for playing the latest games on the go. There's also 32GB of RAM for multitasking, and the display is a big 16-inch panel with a 2560 x 1600 resolution.

Lloyd Coombes

A freelance writer from Essex, UK, Lloyd Coombes began writing for Tom's Guide in 2024 having worked on TechRadar, iMore, Live Science and more. A specialist in consumer tech, Lloyd is particularly knowledgeable on Apple products ever since he got his first iPod Mini. Aside from writing about the latest gadgets for Future, he's also a blogger and the Editor in Chief of GGRecon.com. On the rare occasion he’s not writing, you’ll find him spending time with his son, or working hard at the gym. You can find him on Twitter @lloydcoombes.