In preparation for even bigger deals to come, HP has been ramping up its own website and offering some great daily and weekly deals. You can save $169 on today's deal of the day, which is the HP Envy x360 15-inch touchscreen laptop. It's down to $950.99 total with this deal on its most basic level, and you even customize it to add some upgrades if you want without losing out on the deal price.

You get free shipping as well, but this sale will only last through the end of the day. HP has already had several sales this month featuring different HP products, and it looks like the plan is to keep ramping up to Black Friday. Be sure to check the HP deals page regularly if you're interested in saving on a new laptop or all-in-one or whatever it might be from HP.

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HP Envy x360 touchscreen laptop | $170 off

You can customize this laptop and add some specs where you think they belong. You'll be saving up to $170 at the most basic level and the savings continue even as you add to it.

We reviewed a different version of the Envy x360 earlier this year, and we really liked it. We gave it 4.5 stars out of 5 with a Recommended badge. Cale Hunt said, "If you're shopping around for a 15-inch convertible and don't want to empty your wallet, this is an easy recommendation."

At its basic level, the specifications for this laptop include an 11th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics, 16GB RAM, and a 512GB solid state drive for storage. It even comes pre-loaded with Windows 11 Home.

You'll get Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a built-in webcam, a long-lasting battery that can recharge up to 50% in 30 minutes thanks to quick charge technology, and more. You'll also get one USB-C and two USB-A ports with different levels of ability to charge your laptop and your accessories. And of course there's the 15.6-inch IPS display with a 1080p resolution and multitouch enabled.

Upgrade some of that if you want. Go for the 4K display instead of 1080p. Add some Intel Optane Memory or go for the 1TB drive for twice the space. You can even throw in some software like Microsoft 365 or McAfee anti-virus if you want. You're still saving, just saving based on your budget.

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