PC busted? Need to grab something new for a tax write-off later this year, or just something to get you through school or uni? New laptops are great for that, and there's almost 60 different rigs from MSI, Dell, ASUS, HP, Lenovo and Acer going for 20 percent off today.
The majority of the bargains are $1000 and under, ranging from discounted Ryzen 3 and Ryzen 5 laptops, HP Chromebooks, cheap Celeron-based laptops, or options from Dell's Inspiron line. If you want something that's a little more sturdy for a few years, there's some discounts on the very reliable Dell XPS 13 and 15 4K laptops, including a $600 discount on a 10th-gen Dell XPS 13, or the dual-screen Asus Zenbook Duo 14" with a Geforce MX250. The Lenovo Yoga C740 has some good specs and 1TB of storage for under $2000 as well.
Here's a full list of what you can grab, and how much everything is discounted:
- Dell XPS 13 4K w/i7-1065G7, 512GB, 16GB RAM, 3840x2400 screen: $3039 ($759 off)
- Dell XPS 13 2019 Frost/White i7-8565U, 512GB, 16GB RAM, 3840x2160: $2239 ($559 off)
- Dell XPS 15 4K w/i7-9750H, GTX 1650, 512GB, 16GB RAM: $2959 ($739 off)
- MSI Prestige 15 w/i7-10710U, GTX 1650, 512GB, 16GB RAM, 1080p: $2159 ($539 off)
- Dell XPS 13 4K Silver/Black w/i7-8565U, 512GB, 16GB RAM: $2239 ($559 off)
- Asus UX481FL Zennbook Duo 14' i7-10510U, 512GB, MX250, 16GB RAM: $1839.20 ($459 off)
- Lenovo Yoga C740 14' 2-in-1 w/i7-10510U, 1TB, 16GB RAM: $1999
- Dell Inspiron 14 5000 Ryzen 7 3700U w/Vega 10, 512GB, 16GB RAM: $1439 ($359 off)
- Dell Inspiron 15 3000 i7-1065G7, 512GB, 8GB RAM: $1119.20 ($279 off)
- Lenovo Ideapad S340 i5-1035G1, 256GB, 8GB RAM: $959 ($239 off)
- Dell Inspiron 15 3000 i7-8565U, 256GB, 8GB RAM, AMD Radeon 520: $879 ($219)
- Acer Swift 3 w/R3-3200U, Vega 3, 256GB, 8GB RAM: $799 ($99 off)
- HP 15-DU1016TU w/i5-10210U, 256GB, 8GB RAM: $719 ($179 off)
- HP x360 14' 2-in-1 Chromebook w/Pentium N5000, 8GB, 64GB: $719.20 ($179 off)
- HP 12-inch Chromebook w/64GB, 8GB RAM: $639 ($159 off)
- HP 14-inch Chromebook w/32GB, 4GB RAM: $279 ($69 off)
The full list of discounted laptops can be found here. I've been using a 1080p version of the Dell XPS 13 Frost/White for a while - the 1080p screen has better battery life than the 4K touchscreen - and it's become a reliable go-to whenever I'm looking after the site on an international trip or if I'm away from home/the office for whatever reason. The Zenbook Duo is interesting too at that price, although the layout of the keyboard is a little harder to live with than traditional laptop designs.