We are just days away from the big holiday, but that's not stopping the Memorial Day deals from beginning to flow already. HP has just announced its own Memorial Day sale which includes discounts of up to 55% off a variety of different products from the company's website. Whether you are in the market for a new laptop or need a printer or even just a keyboard, you'll want to check out what HP has in its massive sale.
HP's Memorial Day sale is here and it brings a whopping 55% discount to select products across its site. Here are some of the best deals and how to see the rest.
One of the big standout deals here is the HP 340S G7 laptop. It normally sells for over $1,100 but right now it's slashed all the way down to just $515.70. You can customize the specs, though that will alter the price a bit. Other laptops, like the Envy X360 are $100 off and there are even some desktop PC options.
Soem of our favorite deals from the sale include:
- 17Z Touch Laptop - $379.99 (Was $540)
- Envy X360 Laptop - $749.99 (Was $850)
- Spectre Folio Laptop - $1,149.99 (Was $1,500)
- All-in-One 24-inch - $849.99 (Was $950)
- 24UH LED Backlit Monitor - $139.99 (Was $150)
- LaserJet Pro M404N Printer - $169.99 (Was $270)
- Omen Sequencer keyboard - $143.99 (Was $180)
- Pavilion Gaming Bundle - $47.99 (Was $60)
Be sure to head over to HP and check out all the Memorial Day deals that you can take advantage of right now.
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