Megan Washington kicks off new Dell XPS campaign

Pop singer Megan Washington's 'Cement' used for new Dell ad to promote colourful XPS laptops

Pop singer Megan Washington appears in a new ad for Dell's XPS line of laptops, singing her new single Cement. The new Dell models feature cool new lid artwork, which is hinted at throughout the ad by Washington's swirl-inducing hand, but the laptops themselves don't make an appearance until the end.

The XPS is available in 14in, 15.6in and 17in sizes with Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs and prices start from $1349. You can select a particular design for the XPS (there are over 100 designs) by clicking on 'Color Options' when customising the order.

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