The best post-Christmas laptop deals right now

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If you haven’t finished your holiday shopping yet, the good news is that it’s not too late to take advantage of laptop deals that slash prices on devices made by top laptop brands like Apple, Dell, Lenovo and HP . We’ve picked out our favorite bargains below so you don’t have to wade through the sheer number of options yourself, and also so you can get on with your purchase as soon as possible. There is a chance that stock for some of these offers will sell out sooner than you think, so don’t waste any more time.

The best HP laptop deals after Christmas

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If you want reliability from your new laptop, you’ll want to check out HP’s laptop offerings. The brand’s devices won’t let you down, whatever the task at hand, but of course, you’ll need to get a model with specs that suit your needs. Fortunately, HP laptops come with a wide range of options, so you’ll be able to choose a model that can give you the performance you want.

  • HP Chromebook 14at —

    $200, was $330

  • HP 17z laptop —

    $350, was $650

  • Laptop HP 15t —

    $430, was $819

  • HP Pavilion x360 15 —

    $580, was $970

  • Laptop HP Pavilion 15 —

    $630, was $920

  • HP Envy 17 Laptop —

    $870, was $1250

  • HP Specter x360 16 —

    $1,500 was $2,130

The best Dell laptop deals after Christmas

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Dell laptop deals are always popular because the brand is a mainstay on our best laptops list, with several generations of the Dell XPS 13 always among the top spots. Dell laptops are both powerful and stylish, but offer incredible value for money because they come at relatively affordable prices. Whether you’re on a tight budget or planning to make a huge investment, you can’t go wrong with a laptop made by Dell.

  • Dell Inspiron 15 —

    $280, was $380

  • Dell Inspiron 14 2-in-1 —

    $500, was $700

  • Dell Inspiron 16 —

    $500, was $700

  • Dell XPS 13 —

    $599, was $799

  • Dell Inspiron 16 2-in-1 —

    $700, was $900

  • Dell Inspiron 16 Plus —

    $1100 was $1500

  • Dell XPS 15 —

    $1,699, was $1,999

The best Apple laptop deals after Christmas

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There’s a reason MacBook deals almost always sell out quickly—people want to enjoy a discount on the admittedly expensive prices of these Apple laptops. However, they are worth a lot for several reasons, including the best performance they offer for multimedia artists and creative professionals. It is highly recommended to buy a MacBook that is powered by Apple’s own chips, the latest being the M3 series, for unmatched power and efficiency.

  • Apple MacBook Air 2015 (refurbished) —

    $199, was $236

  • Apple MacBook Air M1 2020 (refurbished, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) —

    $643, was $949

  • Apple MacBook Air M1 2020 (8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) —

    $899, was $999

  • Apple MacBook Air M2 2023 (8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) —

    $1049, was $1299

  • Apple MacBook Pro M3 2023 (8GB RAM, 1TB SSD) —

    $1,599, was $1,799

  • Apple MacBook Air M2 2023 (16GB RAM, 1TB SSD) — $1,699, was $1,899
  • Apple MacBook Pro M1 Pro 2021 (16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) —

    $1,849, was $2,499

The best Lenovo laptop deals after Christmas

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You’ll need to check out our explainer of several Lenovo brands to understand the differences between them, but the bottom line is that there’s something for everyone when it comes to Lenovo laptop deals. Whether you’re looking to get an inexpensive yet reliable laptop for your child to use at school or a powerful gaming laptop to play today’s most popular titles, a Lenovo laptop is waiting for you.

  • Lenovo IdeaPad 1 —

    $245, was $400

  • Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3 —

    $290, was $430

  • Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 —

    $520, was $740

  • Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 5 —

    $555, was $830

  • Lenovo Yoga 7 —

    $860, was $1150

  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 11 —

    $1,327, was $3,319

  • Lenovo Legion Pro 7i Gen 8 —

    $1,780 was $2,300

Other post-Christmas laptop deals worth buying

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There are other brands you can trust for different types of laptops, and you should make sure you stick with them if you don’t want to end up with a machine that won’t live up to your expectations in terms of performance and build. While you should always be on the lookout for bargains, just like the ones we’ve rounded up here, you don’t want to spend on a laptop from an unknown brand with an unusually low price, as you may regret it in the near future.

  • Samsung Chromebook 4 —

    $149, was $230

  • Acer Chromebook Spin 311 —

    $188, was $290

  • Acer Aspire 3 —

    $411, was $450

  • MSI Thin GF63 Gaming Laptop —

    $827, was $999

  • Acer Predator Helios Neo 16 Gaming Laptop —

    $950, was $1350

  • Asus ROG Strix G16 Gaming Laptop —

    $1246, was $1400

  • LG Gram Style 16 —

    $1,300 was $1,800

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