Best laptop deals: Save on HP, Lenovo, Dell and Apple

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Buying a new laptop can be very daunting, especially with how saturated the market is with dozens of options from nearly a dozen brands and various configurations of each of those laptops. Even worse is trying to navigate the maze of available laptop deals across various retailers, and for those who don’t want to do all that legwork, you’re in luck! We’ve used our experience to collect the best deals in various categories to ensure you get the best bang for your buck. All you need to do is have a general sense of what specs or brand you want, and we’ll likely have a deal for it listed below.

Best Laptop Deals

Overhead view of someone typing on a surface laptop.
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There are, of course, an absolute ton of different laptop deals to pick from, but we’ve done our best to make a selection of deals that cover every budget and need. That means that if you need something a bit more on the lower end in terms of price, there’s an option, and if you want something that’s powerful enough to game or do editing work, we have that listed below, too.

  • HP 14 — Lenovo Ideapad 3i — Dell Inspiron 15 — MSI Thin GF63 — Lenovo Yoga 7 — Lenovo Slim Pro 7 — Lenovo Legion Slim 5 — Microsoft Surface Pro 9 — Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio 2 — Asus Zenbook Pro Duo 15 OLED — Best Chromebook Deals
    A college-aged student interacts with his HP Chromebook x360.
    HP

    If you’re going for something a bit more budget-friendly, a Chromebook is an excellent option since ChromeOS tends to be a lot more lightweight, so the same specs go further when compared to Windows. That’s not to say that you can’t find some high-end Chromebooks either, and if you’re in the Google ecosystem and prefer to stick to that for work and school, then there are some solid options for you as well. And if these don’t really tickle your fancy, then check out some of these other Chromebook deals as well.

    • Lenovo Slim 3 — Best 2-in-1 Laptop Deals
      A person holding a ThinkPad Nano X1 Gen 2 laptop in front of a window.
      Lenovo

      The big advantage of a 2-in-1 laptop is that you can have a more tablet-like experience while still having the power of a more traditional laptop under the hood. Of course, what you go for will depend heavily on the specs and, more importantly, the weight, especially if you want something that will spend most of its time in tablet mode or held in your arm. Either way, there are a lot of great 2-in-1 laptop deals you can take advantage of.

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