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Save up to $350 with HP’s online Black Friday sale, starting now

Black Friday is still more than 72 hours away, but much like Acer, HP wants you to have a peaceful, serene Thanksgiving with loved ones. Forget bargain-hunting between turkey and dessert, or waking up in the middle of the night to check out limited-time “doorbusters”.

HP’s BF deals are now online and include everything that could possibly interest a PC enthusiast. Laptops, desktops, all-in-ones, monitors, you name it. Act quickly though, as all promos are dependent on supply and unlikely to last for long.

In the laptop section, a top-notch Envy 15t configuration is offered with a whopping $250 discount. Normally available for $1,150, this one goes for $900 currently with touch interaction, 16GB DDR3 memory, a 1TB hard drive, Intel Core i7 Haswell processor and beautiful backlit keyboard.

Is $900 a little rich for your blood? Then maybe one of the other four Envy 15t versions on sale will interest you. The most affordable is $580, after a $100 trim, and cuts the RAM in half while also ditching the touchscreen and settling for a Core i5 chip.

Several Pavilion 15t variants are part of HP’s Black Friday yard sale. The $530 config offers good value, packing Core i3 power with Windows 7 Professional. All the notebook deals can be found here, and HP has price guarantees for every last one of them.

Unsurprisingly, desktops and all-in-one computers come with larger price reductions. For one, the 27-inch touch-enabled Envy Recline AiO is marked down a massive $350, from $1,400 to $1,050. The cheapest PC on sale is an entry-level Chromebox that costs $180 after $20 savings.

The 21z Touch All-in-one is perhaps the headliner of this category, at $450 ($200 off list), alongside the snazzy $830 Envy 23xt Beats Special Edition, typically available for north of $1,000.

Want to build an old-school computing system and need an inexpensive screen? A bundle of HP monitors can be had on the cheap if you hurry. The best of the best is probably the $280 Full HD Pavilion 23tm Touch. The $260 Envy 24 is no pushover either, lacking the touch user experience but adding Beats Audio and a sleek, nearly bezel-free design in the equation.

And yes, we agree it’d have been nice of HP to trim a little fat off the retail costs of the spanking new Omen, Sprout or Core M Envy x2. But beggars can’t be choosers, can they?