Tech heavyweights HP and Dell have entered the Labor Day sales ring, and they're throwing down some mighty tempting laptop sales while they're at it. You can currently save over $1,000 on certain models (yes, really), but these offers probably won't stick around for long. You can check them out below.
- HP sales: Cheap Labor Day laptops (opens in new tab)
- Dell sales: Labor Day laptop deals (opens in new tab)
The highlight of these laptop sales for Labor Day would have to be the HP ZBook 15v G5. This 'mobile workstation' has prices starting at $805.20 (opens in new tab), a massive drop from the original, eye-watering $2,013 price tag. It's a machine built to last in a literal and metaphorical sense thanks to hardcore build-materials, 6-core Intel Xeon processors, and super-fast NVMe SSD internal storage.
Next up is the HP 15T, a very respectable laptop with a solid i5 processor, a 256 GB SSD, and a streamlined design that's going for $549.99 (opens in new tab) instead of $790. That makes it a great laptop for work or school use, and you can be guaranteed in its quality thanks to the HP make.
As for Dell, you can pick up the highly sought-after XPS 13 for $1,099 (opens in new tab) instead of $1,250 ($150 less than normal). Meanwhile, you can get an Inspiron 13 5000 with a 10th-gen i5 processor and 256GB NVMe SSD for $679.99 (opens in new tab), a saving of $100 in total. Pretty good for a reliable work laptop, that one.
We've listed all of the standout offers below, but you can always browse the HP range for yourself (opens in new tab) or take a look at the Dell deals (opens in new tab) here. As for what the competition has to offer, head over to our full round-up of the Labor Day laptop sales (opens in new tab).
Labor Day sales
HP 15T |
$790 $549.99 at HP (opens in new tab)
You can currently pick up a very capable work or school laptop - the HP 15T for a solid $240 less than normal. This particular device features a 10th-gen Intel i5 processor, Intel UHD Graphics, a 256GB SSD, 12GB RAM, and a large 15.6-inch display to go with its streamlined design.
HP ZBook 15v G5 |
$2,013 From $805.20 at HP (opens in new tab)
Want something with a little more grunt? You can pick up the HP ZBook 15v G5 for over $1,000 less than normal via the HP store right now because of Labor Day. That's a real bargain on a slightly more powerful device, particularly because it comes with a super-fast NVMe SSD for quicker loading.
HP Pavilion gaming laptop |
$1100 $899.99 at HP (opens in new tab)
Though not as powerful as the Omen range, HP's Pavilion laptops are relatively underrated beasts and this one offers great value now too. With an Nvidia 1660Ti graphics card and a brand-new 10th-gen Intel processor, this machine will munch through games, but with $200 off the price, offers a great purchase as a main work or school laptop too.
Dell Inspiron 13 5000 |
$780 $679.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
This is another excellent work or school choice, particularly with $100 knocked off the asking-price; this Inspiron model is a versatile laptop, offering a hefty 10th-gen i5 processor and 256GB NVMe SSD. Well worth considering.
XPS 13 Touch laptop |
$850 $699.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
This XPS model represents an excellent entry point into Dell's premium laptop range. While it might not quite have the guts to do any gaming, if you've been looking for a new home and work laptop this is an excellent candidate, and now it's at a great price.
Dell XPS 13 |
$1,250 $1,099 at Dell (opens in new tab)
The Dell XPS range is always hugely popular, so being able to save a few hundred bucks is hugely welcome on this XPS 13 model. These laptops are excellent for work and school use, so it's well worth considering. However, they're unlikely to stay in stock for long due to their popularity.
Dell G5 15 gaming laptop |
$1,360 $1,099.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
If you're after a very competent gaming machine then something from Dell's own reliable and powerful, yet understated, G series is a great option among the Labor day laptop deals. Sporting a 1660Ti graphics card and 16GB of RAM, along with a 10th-gen Intel processor, this will handle anything you throw at it. A great laptop that's only just below the premium ray-tracing section of the spectrum.
XPS 15 laptop |
$1,850 $1,599.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
However, if you are looking for something premium from Dell, then this XPS laptop is the one for you. With a solid saving thrown into the mix, this laptop is the epitome of a do-it-all machine: home use, work use, and even solid gaming will be managed by this machine, and all on a glorious 4K screen. Solid deal.
Want more options? Take a look at the full Labor Day HP range (opens in new tab) and the Dell laptop deals (opens in new tab) to see what's on offer.
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