The back-to-school sale season is coming to a close, but fear not: That just means it’s time for Labor Day sales to begin. Luckily, HP has another banger batch of bargains to peruse with its own Labor Day Sale. Right now, you can snag a new Windows laptop for desktop for as low as $400 direct from HP, with larger savings on higher-end models, plus it’s showcasing big sales on laptops, monitors, and accessories to help make the most of your home office setup.
Whether you need new gear to work from home, help your kids with home learning, or just have a speedier and more reliable everyday PC experience, HP has a deal for you. Here are our picks for the best deals in HP’s Labor Day Sale, and be sure to peruse HP’s landing page for dozens more discounted items. The sale runs until September 12!
HP Laptop 15Z | $410
This is one of the most affordable laptops in HP’s Labor Day Sale, and it’s $60 off the list price during this promotion. The HP Laptop 15Z is a lean little number: modest on power, but with a big screen and solid enough specs to handle everyday browsing, streaming, and such. The base 15Z has an AMD Ryzen 3 processor with AMD Graphics, Windows 10 Home, 8GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD within. The 15.6” screen is low-res at 1366×768 and it doesn’t sound like it’s super bright, but Netflix and YouTube ought to look just fine on here. You can get this one in a few different colors, too.
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HP Laptop 17Z | $430
Want to go BIG at a bargain? Amazingly, you can get a Windows laptop with a huge 17.3” screen for just $430 right now in HP’s Labor Day sale. This HP Laptop 17Z has lightweight specs, as you might expect, with an AMD Athlon Gold processor and AMD Radeon Graphics, plus 8GB of RAM. It does have a huge amount of storage in the form of a 2TB hard drive, though. Look, a 17.3” display at 1600×900 resolution isn’t going to be super crisp, but at least you’ll have ample real estate for multitasking. It’s $80 off right now.
HP Laptop 15T | $550
You don’t have to spend a lot more to get a pretty nice power upgrade with the HP Laptop 15T. This notebook has a 10th-gen Intel Core i5 processor with 12GB of RAM, and a solid (state) 256GB SSD. The 15.6” screen has the same resolution as the Laptop 15Z above. The savings here is pretty significant, though, at $240 off the list price, for a limited time only.
HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop | $900
You don’t need a big, hulking desktop rig to get your game on. The HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop flexes its gaming muscle, housing an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6GB) GPU, a 10th-gen Intel Core i5 processor, and 16GB RAM. Tack on a 15.6” 1080p display, a sizable 512GB SSD, and green backlit keys and you’ve got a pretty compelling system that can handle most games at high settings, wherever you are. It’s $200 off right now.
HP Slim Desktop | $400
This is the cheapest desktop in HP’s Labor Day Sale: a slim tower that should have just enough power to give you smooth sailing across everyday tasks like streaming media, browsing the web, and typing up documents. The compact computer has an AMD Ryzen 3 processor inside with AMD Radeon Graphics, 8GB RAM, and a huge 1TB hard drive paired with a speedy 256GB SSD. You even get a DVD-RW drive in the mix. Save $50 off the list price during the sale.
HP All-in-One 22 | $500
This HP All-in-One is the ideal option for anyone who just wants to open up a box, plug a couple things in, press the power button, and pretty much be up and running. The PC’s guts are in the same unit as the screen itself, so it doesn’t take up a huge amount of space, and you get a 21.5” 1080p screen here and an AMD Athlon processor inside. You’ll get loads of storage, too, between the 1TB HDD and 128GB SSD. The keyboard and mouse are both included, as shown, and you’ll save $50 as part of the Labor Day Sale.
HP Envy Desktop | $1,000
Game on while saving $200 in the process with the HP Envy Desktop. It’s well-equipped, thanks to the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6GB) GPU, with a 10th-gen Intel Core i7 chip alongside, plus 16GB RAM, a 2TB hard drive, and a 256GB SSD. It’s certainly not tippy-top-of-the-line, but this modest rig nails the sweet spot between price and performance.
HP LaserJet Pro M404n | $150
Get up and running with a laser printer for just $150 thanks to this big bargain. The black-and-white HP LaserJet Pro M404n is currently $120 off for Labor Day, with a speedy and effective printer that can handle 40 pages per minute and has two paper trays. It’s not an all-in-one machine with scanning and such, and it doesn’t have wireless printing or some of the other bells and whistles from super-premium alternatives, but you can’t beat this price on a LaserJet.
Save $50 off the list price of this adorable and portable HP Sprocket photo printer, which takes snaps from your smartphone and turns them into 2×3” regular or sticky-backed prints on command. HP also has a Sprocket protective sleeve for a mere $5 during the Labor Day Sale, too.
HP PageWide Pro 477DW | $450
HP has slashed a whopping $250 off the list price of this multifunction office hub, which can print, scan, fax, and copy, not to mention print up to 40 pages per minute in both black and color. It’ll do wireless printing, too, as well as NFC touch-to-print—and HP says it has 40% lower color cost-per-page than the average laser color printer.
Here’s an ideal cost-effective monitor to go with one of those affordable desktops above. This 24” LED-backlit monitor is a good size and will be solidly crisp at 1080p resolution, with VGA, DVI, and HDMI ports for connectivity. It’s $40 off the list price right now. And if you’re looking for something larger, wider, or crisper, HP has many other higher-end monitor options available in the Labor Day sale.
This is a pretty excellent deal on a set of peripherals designed to boost your PC gaming experience. You’ll get the HP Omen Mouse 400, HP Gaming Keyboard 500, Gaming Headset 400, and sizable Gaming Mouse Pad 300. Why all the numbers? I don’t know. But here are the numbers that really count: the bundle is 60% off the usual price you’ll pay for these individual devices, marked down from $150. That’s an excellent deal on some solid gaming gear that’s surely better than whatever basic OEM peripherals came with your desktop.