If you’re looking for a laptop or gaming computer, Independence Day might be a great time to browse. HP July 4th Sale while you wait for the barbecue to heat up. Discounts are available now and will run through July 10, but HP has some ongoing “doorbuster” deals over the weekend and beyond, or while supplies last.
Use code HP21J4TH to get an additional 5% off purchases of $ 599 +. When you use the code DTSMB15You will receive an additional 15% discount on business desktops and workstations. Plus, get an additional 10% discount on configurable HP business PCs when you use the code SMB10.
We’ve gone through the bargains and found several of the best picks that can narrow down your search, so you don’t burn your ribs. Look at them …
If you haven’t jumped into VR yet, now might be a good time. The HP Reverb G2 VR headset typically retails for $ 600 and is among the best out there. This weekend, HP will cut it $ 100, which is an acceptable price to opt for virtual reality if you already have a capable PC.
However, you’ll want to wait until Thursday for this one because HP plans to do a flash sale by lowering the price by another $ 100 and increasing its cost. up to just $ 400. That’s the same price as Facebook’s high-end Oculus Quest 2. Of course, it will be tethered to your PC, but if that’s not an issue, the Reverb should offer better graphical fidelity than the Quest 2 or other wireless variants.
The Reverb comes with two motion controllers, a 6-meter PC cable, a DisplayPort to mini-DisplayPort adapter, a USB-C to A adapter, and a power cord. Be sure to check the spec sheet to make sure your PC meets the minimum system requirements before depositing cash.
While we’re talking about gaming, HP has its entry-level 17-inch Omen gaming laptop. discounted from $ 900. The last time HP made a sale on this computer, they downgraded it to $ 1,000. Therefore, it is an even better price to go into laptop games.
The casual gamer setup (base) comes with a Core i5-10300H and GTX 1660 Ti 6GB. It also has 8GB of RAM, configurable to 32GB. Storage is somewhat lacking, with just a 256GB SSD, but it can also be upgraded up to 1TB if you want to pay a bit more.
HP has two other platforms, Campaign Hero and eSports Pro, that offer a bit more gaming juice. The former has the same CPU / GPU combination as the Casual Gamer platform, but bumps the RAM up to 12GB and upgrades the storage to a 512GB Intel Optane (32GB) SSD. The latter upgrades the processing power to an i7-10750H / GTX 1660 Ti combo with 32GB of RAM with a 512GB NVMe M.2 SSD. The Campaign Hero starts at $ 1,040 and the eSports Pro costs $ 1,390. Both have many configurable options to suit your preferences and pocket.
All Omen laptops have the same I / O options you’d expect: a Thunderbolt 3 port, three USB-A ports (one with HP Sleep and Charge support), an HDMI 2.0 connection, and a headphone / microphone combo jack. They also feature Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, NVMe storage, Thunderbolt 3, DisplayPort 1.4, and fast-charging battery support. The fast charger can make the power pack go up to 50% in about 45 minutes.
If you’re looking for a two-in-one ultraportable, HP’s 13-inch Specter x360 is one of the best out there. It earned an award in our Best Laptops of 2020 last year in the 2-in-1 ultraportable category. The Specter x360 typically starts at $ 1,050. HP dropped $ 150 in price over the weekend, bringing it to $ 900 for standard configuration.
Compared to last year’s model, which sold for $ 1,230, this is an incredible deal.
The Specter x360 includes an 11th Gen Core i5-1135G7 with Iris Xe graphics, but you can take it up to an i7-1165G7 for an additional $ 180. This folding convertible has a very reliable and comfortable trackpad. Still, those who work in graphic design will be equally pleased with the HP Active Pen included with each unit.
The Specter has excellent battery life, whether you use the standard FHD display or upgrade to 4K AMOLED for $ 130. Other features include an HP True Vision 720p HD IR camera, a Wi-Fi 6 / Bluetooth 5 combo with stand. For gigabit transfer speeds, two Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports, one USB-A 3.1 port, one microSD slot, and one 3.5 mm audio jack port.
Priced regularly at $ 650, this 27-inch QHD display features a 240Hz refresh rate. It also supports FreeSync 2 HDR technology for smooth, low-latency gameplay without screen tearing and with minimal frame rate compensation. Throughout the sale, HP has its Omen X 27 marked up to $ 550.
Like the HP V28, the Omen X offers a maximum luminance of 300 nits with a 1000: 1 contrast ratio. It also has the same 28-degree tilt bracket and VESA mounting bracket. It supports HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 with HDCP support with cables included in the box.
At $ 550, it’s not a bad low-priced option for a gaming monitor, but it’s only going to be discounted through Thursday, so be sure to grab it before then.
For something with a bit more screen real estate, HP’s Envy x360 15z convertible is an even better deal. Last year this 15-inch 2-in-1 was downgraded to $ 803, which we thought was a spectacular price for what you get, but this year it’s even lower.
For a decently powered laptop at a minimal price, the HP Envy 15z will only cost you $ 760.
The base model comes equipped with an AMD Ryzen 5 5500U and 8GB of RAM, upgradeable to a Ryzen 7 5700U with 16GB of RAM for an additional $ 210.
The Envy’s multi-touch FHD display is adequate for most uses. Last year’s models were able to be upgraded to 4K UHD AMOLED, but it doesn’t seem to be available this time. Storage options are a bit more limited, with options at just 256GB or 512GB. Connectivity includes a 10Gbps SuperSpeed USB Type-C port, two USB-A ports, HDMI 2.0, an AC smart pin, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.2 support.
As usual, Envy’s keyboard and trackpad are excellent. Also, the “un-hackable” camera security system that closes the webcam when not in use is back on this year’s model, so throw away the black electrical tape.
The HP Envy 15z from $ 760 this weekend, down from $ 860. If you’re patient and can wait until Tuesday, you can buy it for $ 730 during a flash sale. By the way, the 17-inch Envy is a solid option too. from $ 880, a discount of 12 percent.
If you need a new monitor, the HP V28 is the best monitor deal on the market. This 28-inch 4K display is typically priced at $ 380. HP is slashing $ 70 in retail during the Independence Day Sale, taking it to only $ 310. If you want to save even more, there will be flash sales on Sunday, July 4 and Friday, July 9. In those two days, the price will drop drastically to $ 250. That’s a $ 130 discount!
The HP V28 is an HDMI 2.0 monitor with a 60Hz refresh rate and FreeSync support. It has a contrast ratio of 1000: 1 with a brightness of 300 nits. It also has a low blue light mode for eye comfort. Its stand offers 5 degrees of forward tilt and up to 23 degrees backward. If you prefer to mount it on the wall, a 100mm x 100mm VESA mounting bracket is included in the box.
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