Updated October 14: We've added a couple of deals from Dell and HP, and some new accessories.
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Deals on Powerful Laptops
Need a ton of processing power and the most RAM you can get? Check out these laptops.
- Apple MacBook Air 13-Inch for $850 ($150 off)—Last $50 Applied at Checkout: If you strictly want a MacBook, the 2020 Air model is your most affordable pick right now. You can read more about it in our review . There's a chance it could go on sale again during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but that's just speculation on our part.
- Surface Pro 7 Convertible Tablet/Laptop Hybrid for $1,100 ($300 off) at Microsoft's Store: This is a good deal on Microsoft's best hybrid tablet/laptop . It offers the Core i5 chip, 16 gigabytes of RAM, and a 256-gigabyte SSD. You can also get $30 off a Type Cover in the options on the page, and you definitely want a Type Cover if you're getting a Surface.
- Dell XPS 13 Premium Touch Laptop for $1,500 ($450 off) at Dell: Dell's XPS 13 (9/10, WIRED Recommends ) is one of our favorite laptops. This 2-in-1 model has higher end specs with an Intel i7 processor, 16 gigabytes of RAM, a 256-gigabyte SSD, and the 4K display. Use the code 50OFF699 to get the deal.
- Google Pixelbook Go for $1,199 ($200 off): The Pixelbook Go is one of our favorite Chromebooks . It’s lightweight at 2 pounds, has a fantastic keyboard, and the battery easily lasts through a full day of work. The deal is on the high-end model, which gets you an Intel Core i7 with 16 gigabytes of RAM and a 256-gigabyte hard drive—enough power to really make Google's lightweight ChromeOS sing.
- Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 13 for $939 ($61 off): It's not a huge savings, but the Galaxy Chromebook (8/10, WIRED Recommends ) is currently our favorite luxury Chromebook . The solid, lightweight aluminum body has a build quality that surpasses most of the Windows laptops I've tested, and it has the nicest (4K!) display of any Chromebook you can buy.
- Razer Blade 15 for $1,300 ($300 off): Razer's name is synonymous with gaming, but its machines are powerful for pro-grade tasks, too. This is one of the company's budget models. It's still powerful though, with an Intel i7 chip, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 graphics card, 18-gigabytes of RAM, a 256-gigabyte SSD, and a 15.6-inch Full HD 144-Hz display.
- HP Spectre x360 for $1,400 ($100 off) at HP: This HP Spectre packs in a 10th-generation Intel i7 chip with an Nvidia GeForce MX330 graphics card, 16 gigabytes of RAM, a 256-gigabyte SSD, and 15-inch 4K display.
- Lenovo Legion Y540 for $1,079 at Target ($420 off): Want a gaming machine without breaking the bank? The Legion Y540 offers ninth-generation Intel chips, Nvidia GeForce graphics, and up to 16 gigabytes of RAM. All that fits in an attractively slim package with a 15-inch 1920 x 1080 IPS screen that has a 144-Hz refresh rate.
- Acer Spin 5 Convertible Laptop for $900 ($200 off): The best thing about the 13-inch Acer Spin is the 2,256 x 1,504 IPS display. It's wonderfully bright and sharp. This one also packs a good amount of power for this price. It's got a 10th-generation Intel Core i7 chip, 16 gigabytes of RAM, and a 512-gigabyte SSD. It also supports the nascent Wi-Fi 6 standard.
- Dell XPS 15 for $1,529 ($120 off): Dell's XPS 15 (8/10, WIRED Recommends ) is a great Windows alternative to high-end MacBooks. The tiny bezels and massive 4K screen look amazing. It also has a large, responsive trackpad. This deal is not the latest model, but the only real difference is the 9th-generation Intel chip (versus 10th-gen in newer one). This configuration also has the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, 16 gigabytes of RAM, and a 256-gigabyte SSD.
Deals on Mid-Range Laptops