The best laptop deals you can get right now

The finest laptop discounts available right now

You'll need to shell out a ton of cash if you want a fantastic laptop, right? No, not always. Numerous high-quality laptops are available in a range of pricing ranges. We've put together this list of some of the finest laptop discounts right now because we know it can be difficult to choose the correct one for your needs (some are better suited for gamers than others, for example, college students).

Along with the most recent discounts, we'll also list the top qualities (and drawbacks) of each reduced model to help you make a better informed decision when buying. You may also look at our recommendations to the top affordable laptops and the best laptops currently available if you need to conduct more study.

Also, one last thing: the second Amazon Prime Day of the year is approaching on October 11th and October 12th. That means we may see even more great discounts on laptops, so you may want to wait to buy a new one. In the meantime, you can start preparing for Prime Day 2.0 with our guide to finding the best Prime Day deals.

Macbook Air (M2 model)

The redesigned MacBook Air is a thin, lightweight device powered by Apple’s latest chip. The M2 model also touts a 1080p webcam and a better display than its predecessor, while retaining features like long battery life and MagSafe charging.

The newest MacBook Air with Apple's M2 processor, which delivers all-day battery life and a combination of features that should more than satisfy the typical user, is what we believe to be the greatest laptop for the majority of people. Additionally, the new MacBook from Apple has sufficient power to run demanding picture and video editing programs like Photoshop and Adobe Premiere as well as some light gaming. Additionally, it boasts a 1080p webcam, which is a significant improvement given the underwhelming camera on the 2020 M1 model, and is speedier than its predecessor thanks to Apple's new M2 CPU. Even though it is much lighter and more portable, it still has Touch ID, MagSafe charging, and a beautiful display.

Despite being a fantastic laptop overall, the storage capabilities of the Apple M1 model are superior. Because it is contained in a single NAND chip, the base M2 MacBook Air with 256GB of storage is actually slower than its predecessor. Be warned that the port selection isn't fantastic and that utilizing the menu bar may be more difficult due to the integrated display notch, which is also present on the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros.

However, if that doesn't bother you, the M2-powered MacBook Air is presently available at the greatest price yet. The dark blue "midnight" and cream-colored "starlight" models from Amazon are currently available for $1,099, a $100 savings, and feature 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, an eight-core CPU, and a 30W power supply. All hues are available at that discounted price from B&H Photo as well.

MacBook Air (M1 model)

The MacBook Air is Apple’s entry-level laptop, which comes outfitted with the company’s new M1 chip in one of three different colors (silver, space gray, and gold).

Look to the base MacBook Air with the M1 chip, which is the best inexpensive laptop, for a less expensive option to our favorite laptop for the majority of users. Like its successor, it has all the amenities. When compared to its Intel-powered predecessors, it is also speedier than the majority of Windows laptops at this price point and runs demanding picture and video editing tools like Photoshop and Adobe Premiere with ease. Thankfully, the battery life isn't sacrificed in exchange for all that power. Even when we played the video game Shadow of the Tomb Raider, we discovered that the battery life was between eight and ten hours, which was not as good as the M2 model's.

In addition to offering excellent performance, the laptop also comes with other nice-to-have features, including a comfortable keyboard and an excellent trackpad. Just note its 720p webcam isn’t particularly good, so if a high-resolution webcam matters a lot to you, you may want to buy one separately. Also, be aware that, due to the limitations of the M1 chip, you can only use one external display at a time and port selection is also limited.

13-inch MacBook Pro (M2 model)

The 10-core M2 Apple CPU powers the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which may be customized to contain up to 64GB of unified memory.

The current MacBook Pro portfolio includes the more recent 14- and 16-inch models, which were released in late 2021, as well as the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which was recently updated with the M2 CPU in mid-2022.

Similar to the M2 MacBook Air but designed for more demanding use cases is the new 13-inch MacBook Pro. Unlike its predecessor, it has an M2 CPU, although it still has a fan and performs just slightly better than the M2 Air. One of its more outstanding characteristics is still its battery, which we found difficult to drain and which offers up to 18 hours of usage time on a single charge. Sadly, the laptop still has the same antiquated design (and Touch Bar) from 2016 with a subpar, 720p webcam. Additionally, there are just two USB-C ports and no MagSafe charging connections.

14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Pro models)

The 14-inch MacBook Pro may be configured to have up to 64GB of unified memory and can be powered by either the new M1 Pro or M1 Max CPU.

16-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro (16GB RAM, 512GB SSD)

With Apple's newest silicon, the new 16-inch MacBook Pro is a creative powerhouse. The 16-inch screen, which can be configured with either the M1 Pro or M1 Max, may concurrently be leased to up to three external screens and a 4K TV thanks to its extensive selection of connectors.

However, the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models come with faster M1 Pro processors, and if you're willing to pay more money, you can upgrade to an M1 Max CPU for even quicker performance. Additionally, they provide a wide variety of connections, such as multiple Thunderbolt 4 ports and a MagSafe power connector. Whatever model you choose, these laptops have some of the best performance and longest-lasting batteries we've yet tested.

Lenovo Yoga 9i 

A portable, convertible laptop with exceptional audio and a built-in pen is the Lenovo Yoga 9i.

Our preferred laptop for multimedia pleasure is Lenovo's 14-inch Yoga 9i. The convertible's amazing speakers produce the greatest sound we've ever heard from a laptop this compact, and they're outfitted with high-quality drivers. Additionally, it has a superb 1080p touchscreen and additional advantages including a built-in stylus and an all-day battery life. Just keep in mind that it does have bloatware that can be difficult to remove, and we thought the 16:9 screen was a bit small and dark.

Acer Aspire 5

The Aspire 5 from Acer comes with bloatware and a short battery life, but it also has a decent array of ports and a comfy backlit keyboard.

Another inexpensive laptop to take into consideration is the Acer Aspire 5. The 15.6-inch laptop lacks Thunderbolt capability, but it has a variety of ports, including two USB 3.1 Gen 1 and one USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1, one USB 2.0, one HDMI 2.0, one Ethernet, and a power port. The budget-friendly laptop also has an excellent backlit keyboard that is comfortable to use and superior sound quality.

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