If you're looking for a laptop or PC, Independence Day can be a great time to review HP's sale price on July 4th while you wait for the roast to heat up. The discounts are now in effect and will be effective July 10, but HP has made appropriate "door-to-door" deals on weekends or later, or when equipment is unavailable.
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We've deliberated and found some of the best options that may limit your search, so as not to burn your gear. Check it out...The HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset is priced under $400
If you haven't been into VR, now is the time. The HP Reverb G2 VR Headset usually retails for $600 and is one of the best headsets available. HP this weekend is $100, if you already have PC capability, you can opt for VR.
However, you have to wait until Thursday. As HP plans to make a quick sale by lowering another $100 price tag and reducing the cost to $400. That's the top-tier price tag for the Facebook Oculus Quest 2. Sure, it'll connect to your PC, but if that's not an issue, Reverb should provide better graphics video than the Quest 2 or other wireless types.
Whether you use a standard Full HD screen, the Specter has a long battery life. Display or upgrade to 4K AMOLED for $130. Other features include a True Vision 720p HD IR camera, a Wi-Fi 6/Bluetooth 5 combo with support for gigabit transfer speeds, two Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports, a USB-A 3.1 port, a microSD slot and a notable 3.5. Millimeter audio jack.
Save $100 for HP Omen X 27 Gaming Monitor
Regular price of $650, 27" QHD monitor has 240Hz refresh rate. It also supports FreeSync 2 HDR technology for smooth gameplay, low latency, no screen tearing, and minimal frame rate compensation. During the sale, HP priced the Omen X 27 at up to $550.
Like the HP V28, the Omen X has a maximum brightness of 300 nits with a 1000:1 contrast. The ratio also has the same 28-degree tilt base and VESA mount. It supports both HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 with HDCP support with the cables included in the box. At $550, it's not a cheap option for gaming monitors, but it's only until Thursday, so be sure to get it already. The HP Envy 15-inch is just $760
For something with a bit more screen space, the HP Envy x360 15z Convertible is a better deal. Last year, this 15-inch 2-in-1 came in at $803, which we thought was a great price for what you're getting. This year it is less.
For a low-cost, powered laptop, the HP Envy 15z will only pay you $760.
A standard model with an AMD Ryzen 5 5500U processor and 8GB of RAM, can be upgraded to a Ryzen 7 5700U with 16GB of RAM for an additional $210.
If you find you need a new monitor, the HP V28 is the best-selling monitor on sale. This 28-inch 4K monitor is $380 and HP retails $70 during Independence Day to $310. If you want to save more, flash sales will take place on Sunday, July 4 and Friday, July 9. In these two days, the price drops to $250. This is $130 off! p>