When Dell launches a new laptop, how much do you get for your money?

Microsoft recently announced that it would start selling a laptop that would sell for $1,299.

The laptop, dubbed the Laptop 3, would come in two configurations, the $1.99 model and the $3.99 version.

The $1 model is a 12-inch laptop that features a 1080p display, Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD.

The model with 16GB RAM would retail for $3,999.

The pricier $3 model comes with a 13-inch 1080p screen, an 8GB of memory, and an Intel Core M3 processor.

In short, the model with the most RAM and SSD would retail at $1 and the one with the least would cost $2,999, with the latter being a bit more expensive.

The Laptop 2 comes in a similar configuration, but it also has an Intel i7-5960X processor and an SSD.

It’s also $1 more expensive, but the model features a 13.3-inch screen and a 256GB SSD and runs Windows 10.

You can find more details about the Laptops 2 and 3 on the company’s website.

It will likely be a bit pricier than the $2 model, but you can still pick up the higher-end model for $2.99.

Dell announced that the LAPTOP 3 will be available in October.

If you’re interested in picking one up, you can head to Dell’s website and sign up for a free trial.

Dell also announced a new line of convertible laptops.

The new Laptop 1 comes in two models, the top model for around $1-2,000 and the lower one for $700.

It also has a 1TB hard drive.

The lower model also comes with the latest Intel Core processors, but that model is going to be the cheaper option, with a starting price of $1 to $2299.