The best laptop and computer deals from HP's massive Presidents Day sale
Snag these great deals on laptops and monitors
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Presidents Day brings along a whole slew of deals from mattresses to furniture to cookware. But there are few as impressive as this PC and monitor sale from HP. Right now, you can get up to 60% off select products, plus you can get an additional 5% off select PCs and monitors $599 or more with code 5PDS2020 and 10% off select PCs and monitors $999 or with code 10PDS2020. Talk about some major savings.
HP makes some of the best laptops we've ever tested, which makes us even more excited for this sale, especially with these deep savings. Our laptop and tech expert combed through the sale and picked out the best deals on HP's most impressive laptops, monitors, and accessories. Here are the nine best picks to shop right now.
1. A gorgeous laptop that's incredibly fast
This is HP's most premium 13-inch 2-in-1 laptop, feature new 10th-generation Intel processors that are extremely fast and power-efficient. This low price even gets you the higher-end quad core Intel i7 chip, featuring upgraded Iris Plus graphics. That's not quite enough to make it a gaming laptop, but it'll handle basic games like Minecraft and Fortnite without a problem, not to mention video streaming like Netflix.
This machine is downright beautiful, and despite the budget price you're still getting 8GB RAM, an upgraded 512GB SSD for storage, and HP's latest touchpad with Precision drivers, fixing what has been one of the biggest complaints about HP's best laptops for the last few years.
2. A premium laptop with a touch screen
This is one of the best laptops for its price point, knocked down to an even better price. HP's Envy line combines a premium-feeling design with top-notch components for an excellent price. For just under $700 you get a 15-inch touchscreen display, 12GB RAM, a 256GB SSD for storage, a quad core 10th gen. i5 Intel processor, and a touchpad with Windows Precision drivers. This is also one of the few models now that includes a numpad on the keyboard, which perfect if you work with spreadsheets a lot, and you even get full-size HDMI and USB ports, so you don't have to carry around a hub or dongle.
The one downside here is the small battery, but the battery does have a quick charge feature, getting back up to 50% in just 45 minutes according to HP's tests. It's a simple enough compromise that's worth it for the amazing combination of design and power for the price.
3. An older generation Spectre laptop
This is an older version of HP's premium Spectre laptop. It's got a slightly older processor, but it's still fast, has more than enough power to breeze through everyday tasks, and it looks stunning.
4. An all-in-one PC for work and play
Like other all-in-one PCs, this includes a PC built right into the back of a 27-inch 1080p touchscreen monitor. For a hair under $1,000, you are also getting an AMD Ryzen 7 processor, AMD Radeon Vega 10 graphics card, which is good enough to play basic games like Fortnite at low to average settings. It is a little light on storage, so you'll want to pick up a larger SSD, but it would otherwise make a great PC for the whole family to get work done on.
5. A basic monitor at a great price
If you just need a basic monitor, this is a good price on the 24-inch HP. It has excellent user reviews and has a 1080p panel and HDMI support. It's not much more than a basic monitor, but if you need one this is worth checking out.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.