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just nowHere, this is a good time to replace your old Or a desktop computer with new features. Like many retailers, HP offers large deals for Black Friday, including discounts on desktops, laptops, all-in-one PCs, and PC accessories. From entry-level laptops to high-end gaming laptops, all kinds of laptops are on sale, with discounts ranging from $50 to $320. There are also several multifunctional all-in-ones on sale, which have caught our attention.
Please see below the best deals currently available. As HP adds new products and adjusts prices in holiday sales, I will continue to update this story.
This economical laptop is equipped with 10th generation Intel Core i3 CPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Many models at this price force you to use underpowered Celeron chips and only provide 128GB of storage space, so this is about the same as a fully equipped laptop, less than $400. This model is also customizable, and I suggest you spend an extra $40 to upgrade the 14-inch monitor to full HD (1920×1,080 pixels) resolution.
This portable notebook computer offers more processing power, memory and display space than the above models. It has a 10th-generation Core i5 CPU and 12GB RAM, and has the same recommendations as the aforementioned model: spend an additional $40 to upgrade the 15.6-inch display to full HD resolution.
Now, we leave the budget category and enter the mid-range category. This 15.6-inch Pavilion laptop is equipped with a 10th generation Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD, with 32GB fast Optane memory. The display provides touch support, but only has a resolution of 1366×768 pixels by default. Likewise, I urge you to spend more money to upgrade to Full HD, in which case you only need to pay another $30.
HP’s high-quality thin and light products are very light in style and weight. It has an all-metal design and a lightweight frame, and the compact chassis weighs less than three pounds. You can save $100 on this model (13-ba0085nr) equipped with 10th generation Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce MX350 graphics card and 512GB SSD. In addition to the usual office chores, this is sufficient for media editing. This 13.3-inch touch screen has a resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels and a rated brightness of 400 nits.
Unless it’s a gaming laptop, I usually don’t recommend a clumsy 17-inch laptop, but this is not the usual situation. If you are currently working at home and plan to continue to be in good shape until 2021, it is better to buy a larger laptop so that you can drag it from the kitchen to the living room to the bedroom, rather than to and from the office. Work everyday.
The benchmark configuration of Envy 17t-cg000 provides you with a 10th generation Core i5 CPU, 8GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce MX330 graphics and 512GB SSD, with 32GB of fast Intel Optane memory. The large 17.3-inch display has a resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels, and you can add touch support without additional cost. Envy 17t should not be confused with gaming laptops, but the GeForce MX330 GPU allows you to play less demanding games at full resolution with certain quality settings enabled.
Two upgrades to this customizable model are attractive: doubling the RAM costs only $50, and getting a touch screen will cost $40.
Now, this is a gaming laptop. HP’s Home 15t has a radical appearance and multiple configuration options. The base configuration of this model (15t-dh100) has a 10th generation Core i7 CPU and GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, but you can upgrade to a GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card for $190 and still enjoy a $100 discount. The 2060 is a budget card in the Nvidia RTX series, but it still provides ray tracing, which can reproduce the behavior of light in the real world, making the game more realistic. I also considered increasing the RAM from 8GB to 16GB at a price of US$90 and spending US$100 to upgrade the display to a 144Hz refresh rate. These three upgrades will greatly improve the performance and game features of the system, bringing the total price to a reasonable $1,380.
HP’s 27-inch all-in-one display features a modern design with ultra-thin screen bezels and a full HD (1,920×1,080 pixel) resolution touch display, powered by the 10th generation Core i7 CPU and 16GB RAM. It also has a fast 512GB SSD and a spacious 1TB hard drive.
HP’s 24-inch all-in-one PC can provide you with AMD or Intel processors and black or white chassis options. The white AMD-based model is currently discounted at $50 but is out of stock. Black Intel-based systems can enjoy a $150 discount. It uses Intel Core i5 chip, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD (for quick access to data) and 1TB hard drive (for expansion storage).
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