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The Dell Black Friday sale comes early with massive discounts on a wide range of products

There's heavily discounted gaming monitors, Alienware systems, laptops and more.

The Dell Black Friday in July sale has landed and there's a bunch of epic savings to snap up. From gaming laptops and monitors to Alienware systems and more, you'll want to take advantage of these deals if you have any of these hardwares on your wishlist.

This includes a mega £1,590 off the Alienware Area-51m R2 laptop and incredible offers on curved gaming monitors and PC desktops.

If you're a student, there's exclusive discounts available to shop here. Also, if you're willing to trade in your old laptop, you can get extra money towards your purchase.

The event started yesterday on 12 July, 2021 and ends on Monday 19 July, 2021. Some of these products might be in limited supply so you'll probably want to act quick if you don't want to miss out.

Ahead, we've rounded up a few of the best deals worth checking out.

Alienware AW2521HFA

The AW2521HFA is currently discounted by £182.99. It comes equipped with a native refresh rates of up to 240Hz (ideal for high speed gaming), a true 1ms grey-to-grey fast IPS response time and intense color coverage offering wide viewing angles and impressive colour accuracy. The 24.5-inch monitor boasts a 1080p resolution, AMD FreeSync™ Premium and NVIDIA© G-SYNC© Compatible technology for a pixel-perfect and seamless gaming experience. Its design is sleek and stylish, making it the perfect addition to any gaming or PC set-up.

It's normally £434.08, but you can currently net this gaming monitor for £251.09.

Dell S2721DGFA

The S2721DGFA is a great all-rounder monitor for gaming and multimedia purposes. Its great reflection handling helps to minimise glare-perfect for gaming in a brighter room. The Dell monitor boasts decent motion handling, low input lag and wide viewing angles which are all ideal features for gaming.

The 27-inch QHD monitor features a native 2560x1440 resolution, a maximum 165Hz refresh rate and fast IPS technology. It also offers a true 1ms GtG response time that eliminates motion blur.

The current sale price on Dell is £379.98 but you can knock a further £50 off if you enter the coupon code 'SUMMERDG50' at the checkout, making the new price £329.99. Plus, if you're an Excec member you can enjoy an extra 15 percent discount to get an additional £57 off and taking the price down to £272.98. You can also claim an additional 15 percent discount if you have an NHS email address.

Alienware Area-51m R2 Core i9

If you enter the code AW14 at the checkout, you can save a masssive £1,590.85 on this Alienware gaming laptop. The Area 51m R2 boasts desktop-level processing power thanks to its Core i9-10900K CPU (10-cores) and one of the most powerful gaming cards, the Nvidia RTX 2080 Super GPU, which offers a seriously impressive gaming experience.

The Area 51m R2 also comes equipped with a massive memory- 32GB of DDR4 RAM (2933MHz) and 2TB Harddrive, making it ideal for gamers, streamers and content creators. It's 17.3-inch screen is a 4K display with Adobe RGB color gamut and Tobii Eye-tracking tech.

You can shop the full range of products on offer in the Dell Black Friday in July event where you'll find the massive savings on monitors, laptops and Alienware systems.

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Corinna Burton is the commerce editor for Jelly Deals and covers the latest gaming and tech deals at Eurogamer. She's been gaming since the 90s and loves The Lord of the Rings.