The MacBook Air is a fine laptop if you want to run macOS, but there are plenty of PCs that compete with it. Our colleagues over at iMore spotted a great deal on the MacBook Air with an M1 processor, but you don't have to venture into the world of Apple to get a great computer for under $800.
Best Buy has quite a few laptop deals right now, including the HP Envy 2-in-1 15" and the Lenovo Yoga 7i. The ASUS Vivobook 16 isn't discounted at the moment, but it is still one of the best laptops you can get in its price range.
Here are three of the best Windows laptop deals right now.
Thin, light, and versatile, this PC can flip around to tent mode, presentation mode, or tablet mode. While the laptop is solid, note that it doesn't have the highest specs. The 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage are quite small for 2023. Make sure to check out other configurations if you need more power.
At the end of the day, all of these are great Windows laptops. The one that's best for you depends on your workflow and if you need a convertible PC. And all of them are better options than the M1 MacBook Air if you want to stick with the Windows operating system.
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MacBooks have 8% global laptop market share and are in 4th place in the US behind Dell, HP, and Lenovo for a reason. No basic 21st century features such touch screens, pen support, 2-in-1 design, 180 degree screens, OLED screens, instant on/face recognition, finger print sensor, dual screens, upgradability, poor repairability, and you can't game on MacBooks.Reply
Also let's not for get all the class action lawsuits for poor build quality including but not limited to cracked screens, green screens, connectivity issues, thermal throttling, keyboard issues. No wonder 99% of corporations, small businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, and nonprofits across the entire planet use Windows laptops.
Not sure why Windows Central never points these basic facts out?