A student who wants to study computer science at the University of Barcelona could get his wish with the arrival of the new Dell laptop, a popular choice among tech workers in Spain.
The new Dell XPS 15 is currently on sale in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand, with the device expected to hit the U of A’s campus this fall.
But the new laptop is only available in Spain, with an option for customers to get their hands on a model with a price tag of $1,599.
The new model is not available in the United Kingdom, Australia or Canada.
To qualify for a laptop, you need to have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, according to Dell.
You’ll need to take a course on computer architecture, computer graphics and networking.
You can also have an equivalent course in programming.
The company says students who complete the course will be eligible for free tuition.
Dell sells the Dell XPT 13 for $1.29 million, the same price as the previous Dell model, the XPS 11, which was discontinued in 2014.
A $1 million price tag isn’t necessarily a bad deal, but it does make for a more expensive option, especially when it comes to the education component of a degree.
“We’re excited to see the launch of the Dell Chromebook, which is an innovative hybrid Chromebook that combines the security and productivity of a traditional notebook with the performance of a laptop,” said Raj Nair, chief marketing officer for Dell in a statement.
“We are committed to helping students and families in Spain and around the world realize their dreams of studying and working in computer-related fields.”