If your 2019 spring cleaning involves getting rid of some of your old tech, then the HP spring sale is the perfect opportunity to score some new hardware at huge discounts. From now until the end of Saturday, March 23, the HP spring sale lets you take as much as 58 percent off of a huge range of laptops, desktop PCs, printers, and more, potentially saving you more than $1,000. We’ve rounded up a dozen of the best deals below, and be sure to also check out the entire sale lineup to see everything on offer.
Laptops are HP’s bread and butter, so it’s only natural that the HP spring sale features a bundle of them (as well as a few of the biggest discounts). Whether you’re looking for a beefy desktop replacement or a compact 2-in-1 hybrid laptop, the HP spring sale has you covered:
- – $580 ($420 off): The Pavilion series has been HP’s flagship line of Windows PCs since 1995. This modern 15.6-inch Pavilion laptop packs an 8th-gen Intel Core i7 CPU along with 8GB of RAM and a 1TB HDD, and along with the latest hardware, you also get a handy touch display.
- – $800 ($250 off): Laptops with 17-inch displays like the HP Envy 17t are suitable as desktop replacements while still being reasonably portable. The Envy 17t features a 17.3-inch Full HD screen along with an 8th-gen Intel i7 CPU, 8GB of RAM, an Nvidia MX150 graphics card (the rough equivalent of the GTX 1030, which is solid for casual gaming), and a 1TB HDD.
- scoring a perfect ten in our hands-on review owing to its great build quality, superb battery life, ergonomic keyboard, and vibrant 13-inch touch display which can be folded back for use like a tablet. – $1,000 ($150 off): The HP Spectre x360 13t is one of our favorite 2-in-1 laptops,
- It has a lot of the same great things we love about the Spectre, including its 2-in-1 form factor, plus a dedicated GeForce MX150 GPU that makes it suitable for casual gaming, video editing, and other graphics-focused tasks. – $1,070 ($230 off): Another great hybrid laptop from HP is the Envy x360 15t, which is a bit bigger than the 13t and a good choice for those looking for a more traditionally sized laptop.
Although laptops are great for portability, desktops are still the best choice for serious work and gaming stations thanks to their bigger screens, nicer keyboards, and dedicated mice. The HP spring sale has a handful of great deals on desktop computers, too, from all-in-one PCs to towers:
- – $530 ($150 off): The Pavilion series got its start with desktop computers, and this tower PC captures the no-frills, no-nonsense, wallet-friendly ethos of the line: It packs an AMD Ryzen 5 2400G four-core CPU, 8GB of RAM, a 1TB HDD for plenty of storage space, and a Radeon RX 550 dedicated graphics card for light gaming.
- – $630 ($100 off): All-in-one PCs are hugely convenient, giving you literally everything you need out of the box – right down to the mouse and keyboard. This affordable HP desktop packs an 8th-gen i3 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and 1TB HDD, and since its 23.8-inch 1080p display doubles as a touchscreen, it truly can be called an “all in one” machine.
- – $1,280 ($320 off): The Pavilion lineup features some all-in-one desktop PCs, too, and this one boasts impressive specs: An 8th-generation Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, and Nvidia GeForce MX130 dedicated GPU deliver what you need for work and play, while its large 27-inch Quad HD touch display offers plenty of screen real estate for multi-tasking and entertainment.
- – $1,470 ($500 off): Gaming is one of the most popular applications for desktop computers, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t include the beefy Omen PC. The latest Intel Core i7-8700 CPU, 8GB of Ram, and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 GPU with 8GB of dedicated VRAM make this a solid gaming platform (and the sweet aesthetics don’t hurt, either).
The HP spring sale features a smorgasbord of laptop and desktop PC deals, but there are also a few juicy discounts on printers as well as a couple other cool items like a beefy curved monitor (perfect for your gaming battle station):
- – $50 ($50 off): Printers aren’t as exciting as laptops and gaming PCs, but they’re vital for any home office. Thankfully, you don’t have to spend a fortune on one, and the OfficeJet 3830 is an affordable all-in-one printer, scanner, and copier that’s perfect for users with basic printing needs. It’s even got Wi-Fi connectivity for remote printing, which is a nice feature at this price point.
- – $190 ($80 off): Laser printers like the HP LaserJet Pro are better, faster (this one can print up to 40 pages per minute), and more cost-effective than traditional inkjet models if you’re doing high-volume black-and-white document printing. This model can also print in color if you need to, unlike many laserjet printers which are monochrome-only.
- – $950 ($350 off): Curved displays take in-game immersion to the next level, and the Omen X monitor would be a great companion to the Omen gaming desktop. This 35-inch curved gaming monitor boasts an impressive 21:9 extra-wide Quad HD resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels, and Nvidia G-Sync all but eliminates annoying stuttering and screen-tearing.
- – $852.50 ($522.50 off): For a desktop PC you can take on the go, the HP Z2 Mini G4 is surprisingly powerful despite its small size. It runs on the latest 8th-generation i3 CPU and 4GB of RAM, and at 8.5 by 8.5 inches, it’s great for taking your work anywhere or for cutting down on office clutter.
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