Value Notebooks Buyer's Guide
HP Notebook 15 ($299.99): Chiming in at $299.99, this notebook offers low-cost entry into the mobile PC world. Featuring a 5th generation Core i3 mobile processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD, the Notebook 15 is quick and nimble. The Notebook 15 is a basic notebook to get things done on the go, and it offers about 8 hours of battery life. Everything from typing up a document, watching Netflix, or browsing the web can be accomplished quickly and easily with this extremely affordable notebook. Buy Here
HP Laptop-15z Touch Optional ($329.99): The Laptop 15z Touch Optional is a well-equipped AMD based notebook featuring an AMD processor with Radeon graphics. While you can customize the notebook to utilize AMD's latest Ryzen series of processors with Vega graphics, the base model comes with an AMD A9-9425 APU with Radeon R5 graphics. The 15.6" HD SVA BrightView WLED display can be upgraded to a 1080P (FHD) display or a touchscreen display. The notebook comes with a 1TB HDD, but it can be customized or upgraded down the road to support an M.2 SSD as well. Battery life chimes in at 10.15 hours, which will allow you to use it all day without lugging around your charger. Buy Here
HP Laptop-15t Touch ($549.99):The 15t is the best value buy in town, especially because it sports an Intel i7 processor and Intel Optane accelerated storage. The 15t Touch is perfect for anyone looking for a versatile yet affordable notebook. Intel's Optane is cutting edge memory that can greatly accelerate the performance of your large hard drive to offer the performance of a solid state drive and the capacity of a hard drive. With up to 13.15 hours of battery life and HP's fast charge technology, the 15t touch can go all day without needing to be recharged. Sporting a 15.6" diagonal HD WLED-backlit touchscreen display, the notebook is truly one of the best value buys you will see this Holiday Season. Buy Here
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