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How’s your laptop? Is it keeping up with the demands of 2020? Or is it starting to feel the strain of all that extra use? If you’ve been waiting for the right moment to upgrade, that moment has arrived. Prime Day makes it possible to step up your set-up at a fraction of what you’d normally spend.
Yup, right now Amazon is offering deep discounts on brands like Apple, Acer, Asus, HP, and Dell—on laptops in every price range. Whether you’re looking for a basic model or a fully loaded speed-machine, you’ll find a great option on sale today.
To make life easier for you, we combed through the Prime Day offerings and put together a list of the very best deals. This way you can take a coffee break, find what you need, and get back to work in a jiffy (or, you know, spend a little more time shopping the Prime Day fashion sales and then get back to work).
Scroll to meet your new laptop—at its Prime Day price:
Laptops $299 and below
Packed with up to 12 hours of battery life, the Herobook Pro 14 is one of the best entry-level Windows 10 laptops around. It features a large 14.1-inch full HD display with 8GB of memory and 256GB of SSD storage. The laptop also comes with Windows 10. Easy to use, it’s perfect for pre-teens and seniors.
Check out more laptop deals under $299:
ACEPC AK1 Mini PC, $140 (was $170), amazon.com
Lenovo IdeaPad S150, $275 (was $330), amazon.com
Lenovo IdeaPad Laptop (2020), $290 (was $399), amazon.com
Acer Chromebook 315, $258 (was $330), amazon.com
HP Chromebook 11, $255 (was $291), amazon.com
RCA 11 Delta Pro, $140 (was $150), amazon.com
HP Chromebook 11, $279 (was $324), amazon.com
Winnovo Laptop 14, $267 (was $317), amazon.com
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Laptops $300 to $999
Armed with an Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor, 16GB of memory and 512GB of on-board storage, the Acer Spin 5 Convertible Laptop—which is on sale for $900 (was $1,100) for Prime Day—is a powerful and speedy machine that runs Windows 10. It’s a full scale laptop for online and offline use, with a long battery life of 15 hours per charge. Featuring Windows 10 and Chrome apps via the Chrome browser, it’s the best of both worlds.
Check out more laptop deals between $300 to $999:
Acer Aspire 1 (2020), $349 (was $369), amazon.com
HP 14 (2020), $362 (was $399), amazon.com
HP 14 Business (2020), $400 (was $440), amazon.com
Dell Inspiron 3593 Laptop, $689 (was $895), amazon.com
Samsung Chromebook 4, $329 (was $499), amazon.com
HP Chromebook X360, $549 (was $599), amazon.com
Lenovo Ideapad 3, $599 (was $659), amazon.com
Acer Aspire 1 (15-inch), $399 (was $499), amazon.com
HP 14 Student (2020), $500 (was $540), amazon.com
Apple MacBook Air, $900 (was $999), amazon.com
Laptops $1,000 and up
Apple isn’t the only company making a great laptop. The Dell XPS 15 is one of the best Windows 10 machines you can buy right now—thanks to its sleek, thin design, raw computing power and lightweight aluminum body. It even doubles as a Windows 10 tablet with its touchscreen display! And for Prime Day, this powerful laptop is on sale for $1,529, or $271 off.
Here’s the lowdown: With up to 10 hours of battery life, the laptop is powered with the Intel Core i7-9750H processor (10th generation), backed with 4GB of memory and 256GB of solid state drive (SSD) storage. It’s built for productivity in mind with Office 365, Microsoft OneNote and Skype included.
Check out more laptop deals $1,000 and up:
HP Envy 17t (2020), $1,340 (was $1,600), amazon.com
Apple MacBook Pro, $2,099 (was $2,399), amazon.com
Alienware m17 R3, $2,048 (was $2,249), amazon.com
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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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