The 2020 Memorial Day sales have been going strong since last week, and with this holiday unofficially kicking off the summer sale season (summer doesn’t technically start until June), now is a great time to score discounts on all sorts of tech, home essentials, outdoor gear, and more before spring is over. HP is no stranger to these seasonal blowouts, and the HP Memorial Day Sale is offering worthy savings on everything from printers to PCs. If you’re shopping around for some new hardware for your home office, then you’ve come to the right place: We’ve smoked out five of the best deals from the HP Memorial Day Sale below.
HP LaserJet Pro M404N Printer — $170, was $270
Gone are the days when laser printers were only within the purview (and budgets) of businesses. These high-volume, cost-effective printers are extremely common nowadays, even among regular users (most of whom are all too familiar with clunky, noisy old inkjets), and HP makes some of the best. The HP LaserJet Pro M404N is one such example: It can print up to 40 pages per minute with ac risp 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution, and comes standard with two paper trays to keep it fed. For high-volume black-and-white printing, it’s hard to do much better than the LaserJet Pro M404N, especially with this deal that knocks $100 off the price to let you score this excellent duty-grade printer for $170 right now.
HP Slimline Desktop PC — $500, was $600
Laptops may be all the rage today, but scaled-down computer hardware also means that PC towers no longer have to take up half of your desk. The HP Slim desktop is proof enough of that: This small but mighty computer boasts a ninth-generation six-core Intel Core i5 CPU, a boosted 12GB of RAM (three times as much as the 4GB you usually find in a cheap computer), and two hard drives — a high-speed 256GB paired with a beefy 1TB HDD for plenty of storage. These are better specs than you’ll usually see on any laptop at this price point, so if you prefer the productivity-enhancing capabilities of a desktop, this Memorial Day deal is a solid bargain. A $100 discount knocks it down to just $500, and it even comes with a wired keyboard and mouse.
HP 15T Laptop — $600, was $800
HP built its brand on workhorse computers, and in 2020, that usually means laptops like the excellent HP 15t. This 15-inch laptop comes loaded with one of Intel’s latest 10th-gen Core i7 processors (a fantastic CPU at this price) along with 8GB of DDR4 RAM and a snappy 128GB solid-state system drive. Pair that hardware with a 15.6-inch HD display and you’ve got a laptop that’s set for work, entertainment, and general daily use for years to come. The price is nothing to sneeze at, either: A $220 Memorial Day discount drops the HP 15t laptop down to a very attractive $580.
HP Pavilion Gaming PC — $700, was $800
For a brand mostly known for its work-oriented PCs, HP cranks out some surprisingly capable gaming machines in its Pavilion and Omen lineup. The Pavilion is the more budget-friendly of the two, and this desktop tower packs plenty of punch for the price: An AMD Ryzen 5 3500 CPU works with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card and 8GB of RAM to deliver plenty of 1080p gaming power; for storage, you get a nice big 1TB SSD. You can also easily upgrade RAM and storage options in the future if you want to tinker (or if you want some upgrades now, you can customize your PC right on HP’s website). The HP Memorial Day sale knocks $100 off the price so you can grab the HP Pavilion gaming desktop PC for $700 at the moment.
HP Envy X360 15t Laptop — $800, was $850
Convertible 2-in-1 laptops are becoming increasingly common, and that’s due in no small part to HP. This brand was one of the trailblazers in the market for 2-in-1 laptops and is still offering some of the best, the HP Envy x360 15t among them. With its 10th-gen Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD, this sleek PC is ready for serious work, while its 15.6-inch 1080p display folds flat on a 360-degree hinge for the added convenience of tablet-like functionality. The HP Envy x360 would be a great laptop for graphic designers, artists, and other creatives, as well as any other professionals or regular users who want the unrivaled versatility of a 2-in-1 in a more traditional laptop size. Adding to its value is this Memorial Day deal: A $50 price cut lets you claim this PC for $800.
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