Dell Australia has a big End of Financial Year Sale

Dell is currently offering big discounts in Australia to, uh, 'celebrate' the end of the financial year. So as the financial world helps itself to cocktails and party hats and fireworks, we can get some decent stuff cheaper than usual.

Here are some highlights:


Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktops (Intel)

Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktops (Intel) - Dell is offering fairly big discounts on its range of Inspiron desktops. The prices start at $1,274 (for reference, the base model is usually $1,499). If you're currently lacking a desktop or want to upgrade to something that's VR-ready out of the box, these are worth a look.

Alienware Aurora desktop with 1050ti - $1,399

Alienware Aurora desktop with 1050ti - $1,399 - Alienware Aurora desktops are heavily discounted too, with the base model, usually $1,499, getting a $100 discount. They're VR ready, and you can add liquid cooling too if you want (that'll cost you more, of course). This one boasts a GTX 1050ti with 4GB GDDR5.

Alienware Aurora (Gfinity Elite Series with GTX 1070) - $2,099

Alienware Aurora (Gfinity Elite Series with GTX 1070) - $2,099 - Or if you'd prefer one of Alienware's premium desktops, the Auroras in the Gfinity Elite Series crank things up to i7 / 16GB DDR4 territory. This one boasts a GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5, and is usually $2,499.

Alienware Aurora with GTX1080 - $2,498

Alienware Aurora with GTX1080 - $2,498 Usually going for $3,000, this is the best-equipped Aurora desktop you're going to find during this sale (Alienware's Area-51 desktops are the next step up), and a $500 discount isn't to be sniffed at.

Alienware Area-51 (high end) - $6,799

Alienware Area-51 (high end) - $6,799 This would normally set you back $8,000, so you're looking at a discount of over $1,000. Pretty good, especially if you think you need 64GB DDR4 with an i9 7960X and a 1080Ti. You do, don't you?

Alienware Area-51 (low end) - $2,849

Alienware Area-51 (low end) - $2,849 ...or if you'd prefer the lowest end Area-51, this one has a $150 discount. There are plenty of variations in between, go forth and browse.


Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop

Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop - If it's a gaming laptop you're after, this model currently boasts a $300 discount at $1,298. It's got a 7th Gen Intel Core 17-7700HQ Quad Core, 8GB DDR4, a 128GBSSD and 1TB hard drive and a 15-6-in display.

A bunch of Alienware gaming laptops are on sale – there's a lot of em – but here are some highlights:

New Alienware 17 - $3,599

New Alienware 17 - $3,599 - this one boasts a massive $1,000 discount, and stands among the best equipped Alienware laptops currently on sale. It boasts a GTX1080 OC with 8GB, an i9, and 16GB of RAM. This is a 17.3 inch display – it's possible to pay $100 less for a 15.6 inch display, but... why would you.


New Alienware 15 - $2,498 - ...and if you were looking for the most budget option, this one has a not-as-impressive $300 discount. Still, it's a worthy device, packing an i7-8750H, 16GB and a GTX 1060 OC with 6GB GDDR5.

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Shaun Prescott

Shaun Prescott is the Australian editor of PC Gamer. With over ten years experience covering the games industry, his work has appeared on GamesRadar+, TechRadar, The Guardian, PLAY Magazine, the Sydney Morning Herald, and more. Specific interests include indie games, obscure Metroidvanias, speedrunning, experimental games and FPSs. He thinks Lulu by Metallica and Lou Reed is an all-time classic that will receive its due critical reappraisal one day.