Best HP laptop deals: Get a 17-inch workhorse for $370 and more

HP is one of the best laptop brands on the market, and if you’re thinking of picking up a new laptop, then you may want to consider one of its many varieties of laptops. Not only that, but HP usually has some form of deal going on each of its sub-brans, so whether you’re looking for an HP Omen gaming laptop or a Spectre X360 2-in-1 convertible, you’ll likely find a good deal on it. Of course, it can be hard to navigate the dozens of different types of laptops HP has, which is why we’ve gone out and collected some of our favorite deals to help save you the trouble. This list includes the classic Envy model, but we also have an entire article dedicated to HP Envy deals, so check that out too. That said, if you can’t find quite what you’re looking for below, be sure to check out these other great laptop deals and gaming laptop deals as well.

HP Laptop 15z — $250, was $500

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HP Laptop 15z-ef100

If you need a budget laptop for basic tasks, you can’t go wrong with the HP Laptop 15z. With its AMD Athlon Silver 7120U processor, AMD Radeon Graphics, and 8GB of RAM, it’s going to be a dependable device for doing online research and working with productivity apps. The laptop features a 128GB SSD with Windows 11 Home pre-loaded, and a relatively large 15.6-inch HD screen for its low price.

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HP Laptop 17z — $370, was $6500

The HP 17.3-inch Laptop with the Windows 11 interface on the screen.
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If the size of your laptop screen is the most important factor in your purchase, the HP Laptop 17z should be on your list. Its main selling point is the big 17.3-inch HD screen, which runs at 1600 x 900 resolution — it’s as big as a display can get on a laptop. The internal components of the HP Laptop 17z are also budget-friendly, with the entry-level AMD Ryzen 5 7530U processor and AMD Radeon Graphics. It also has 128GB of storage, so you’ll have enough room for some photo and video projects before needing external hard drive deals to expand your storage.

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HP Pavilion Laptop 15t — $400, was $900

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The HP Pavilion Laptop 15t is a great budget laptop that offers a nice middle-ground between the ultra-budget options that don’t have a lot of power and the more expensive laptops below. It has an excellent mid-range Intel Core i5-1335U processor that will handle pretty much most things you throw it at, while the 256GB of storage should be enough for most. The 8GB of RAM is slightly on the lower side, although you can upgrade it to 12GB for $40, which is worth considering if you can swing it.

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HP Pavilion 14 2-in-1 laptop — $550, was $580

HP Pavilion x360 14-inch 2-in-1 laptop in tent mode.
HP Pavilion x360 14-inch 2-in-1 laptop in tent mode.

For a versatile but affordable device, check out the HP Pavilion 14 2-in-1 laptop. With the ability to switch between laptop mode and tablet mode, you’ll be able to maximize its 14-inch Full HD touchscreen. In terms of performance, the HP Pavilion 14 2-in-1 laptop is pretty decent with its 13th-generation Intel Core i3 processor, Intel UHD Graphics, and 8GB of RAM, which are supported by Windows 11 Home on a 256GB SSD.

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HP Victus 15 — $700, was $1,000

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The HP Victus 15 is one of HP’s most popular gaming laptops, and part of the reason for that is the price. This model of the Victus will let you play a lot of modern AAA games for $500 — but you won’t be playing them at their highest settings. It has respectable components for the price though: an Intel Core i5-13500H, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card, and 8GB of RAM. This kind of hardware will suit you pretty well for most modern games, but you may want to consider a RAM upgrade in the future.

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HP Victus 16 gaming laptop — $1,000, was $1,300

Angled image of the HP Victus 16.
Angled image of the HP Victus 16.

For a gaming laptop with a larger screen and more powerful performance, you can go with the HP Victus 16. It will be able to play quite a few games with its Intel Core i5-14450HX CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 4050 graphics card, and 16GB of RAM. The gaming laptop will also give you a great look at AAA titles with its 16.1-inch Full HD screen, and you can install multiple games on its 512 GB SSD that ships with Windows 11 Home out of the box.

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HP Spectre x360 14 2-in-1 laptop — $1,550, was $1,850

HP Spectre x360 15 2023 tent view.
HP Spectre x360 15 2023 tent view.

If you’re not interested in gaming but need a powerful laptop for work, the Spectre is a line of HP laptops to look into. This particular model is an x360, meaning it can fold over into a tablet with a touchscreen. The 14-inch display runs at 2.8K resolution, which is the highest on this list. Inside, it sports an Intel Core Ultra 7 processor and 16GB of RAM, with Intel Arc Graphics. If you like speed and power but mostly work in Microsoft Office and browsers, the HP Spectre x360 14 2-in-1 laptop is a good option.

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OMEN Transcend Laptop 16 — $1,800, was $2,100

Forza Horizon 5 running on the HP Omen Transcend 14.
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If you’re looking for a gaming laptop, then you’ll be happy to know that HP makes a few really good ones, like this OMEN Transcend. It comes with a powerful RTX 4070, which is a solid 1440p graphics card and should let you handle over 100fps with some compromises here and there. That’s great because the screen can hit a whopping 240Hz at a 2560 x 1600 resolution, so you get a lot of leeway in terms of what you want to prioritize. Besides that, you get a high-end Intel Core i7-14700HX and a whopping 32 GB of DDR5 RAM.

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