We’ve come across an interesting HP Canada sale on laptops, desktop computers, and printer ink. If you’re in the market for a new computer, you’re in luck. While we wouldn’t classify it as a Black Friday sale, there are still some intriguing deals in here.
The deal on the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 looks pretty sweet. It’s one of the best hybrid laptops out there right now. Don’t get us wrong, it’s still going to set you back a fair chunk of change but you’re saving a lot of money with this deal. If you’ve got a pretty big laptop budget, we’d definitely recommend taking a look at it. For gamers, the HP Omen 17 deal is solid. While not as good as Spectre x360 sale (in our opinion), it’s a nice discount on a gaming rig that should be able to handle most of the games you throw at it.
Laptops on Sale
- $400 off the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 + a 2-year damage protection warranty + a Bluetooth mouse (This is probably our favourite of the bunch)
- Save $315 on an HP Omen 17 laptop + you get a free mouse and mouse pad
- Get 14% off the HP 15 + a free wireless mouse
- Save $30 on the HP Chromebook 14 (The weakest of the laptop deals, in our opinion)
- $200 off the HP Pavilion All-in-One
- Save $100 on the HP Slimline 260 Desktop + get a free 23-inch monitor
Printer Ink Promo
Ending with the “meh,” the printer ink deal is only so-so. Unless you really need ink or want stock up a bit, we’re not sure if it’s worth it. The $30 discount on the HP Chromebook 14 isn’t particularly inspiring given its mixed reviews (it’s been rated between 6-8 out of 10 by most major tech review sites).
The deals run out on either the 29th or 30th, so you’ve got a little bit of time to make a decision. If you’re on the fence, don’t worry about holding off. We’ll probably see another HP Canada sale or two before Black Friday.
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