Dell laptops are pricey for the first few years of use.
In the UK, the entry-level Dell Latitude E5500 costs £399 and the entry level Dell Latitudes E6400 are £499.
The entry-range Latitude A5500 is £499 and the mid-range A5570 is £699.
There’s a £1,199 entry-model Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon that has 16GB of storage and a £2,199 version of the Lenovo ThinkPads E50 and E60, with 16GB and 32GB options respectively.
Dell laptops in the US also start at around $399 for a 13.3-inch laptop with a 1080p display and 256GB of RAM.
Dell’s entry-tier Latitude X3 1520 laptop costs around $700, but it has a cheaper Core i7 CPU and 512GB of DDR3 RAM.
The Core i5 laptop that comes with a Core i3 CPU and 128GB of flash storage costs around £1.25 million.
Most of the laptops in our list cost less than the £400-£400,000 price range.
The best laptops in this price range can be found in the entry, mid- and high-end models.
The cheapest Dell laptop is the entry laptop in our budget laptop guide that comes in at just £399.
This means it’s cheaper than the entry price of a 13-inch MacBook Pro or a 13,000-word-per-week Kindle.
Dell is also selling a 13″ MacBook Pro, and it comes with 16 GB of RAM and a $999 upgrade to the Core i9 processor.
The 13-incher is available in the UK for just £899, but the entry model has a Core 2 Duo processor and a 512GB SSD.
You can also get a 15-inche for around £699, or a 16-inched for £999, which is £200 cheaper than a MacBook Pro.
Dell offers a range of 15,000mAh batteries for the entry models and a range for the mid and high range.
You could also buy a 15,400mAh battery for a mid-to-high range model, which would have around 4K displays and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics card.
The high-range model has the same specs as the entry.
You could also use a laptop as a PC, with a laptop battery pack, SSD and RAM, which could be used for gaming or video streaming.
The Dell Latifiers are a decent laptop for watching movies, and you could even buy a cheap laptop with an Intel HD 520 graphics card for watching video.