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Best laptop deals in the UK

Best laptop deals in the UK
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The best laptop deals in the U.K. give you everything you need (and more) with a deep discount to boot. From the cheap and cheerful casual workhorse, to power-hungry portable gaming rigs and everything in between.

So, if you’re in the market to buy a new laptop for getting working on the go while you're out and about, then read on because we’ve worked hard to make sure you don’t pay a single penny more than you should.

But before we pick some specific models, let’s train you up on what makes a good laptop deal and where you can find them. A great place to start is reading our laptop buying guide, which will take out a lot of the guesswork that may have gone into your purchasing decision. As for where you can find them, you’ve got your usual suspects in the form of Currys PC World, Amazon,, Overclockers, KRCS,, Laptops Direct and more.

However, you will also be surprised at the bobby dazzlers you’ll find when shopping directly from the manufacturers. Whether it’s something from Dell, Lenovo, HP, Apple, Razer, Acer, Asus or any of the other big players on the field, there is always a discount going on if you have the time to look.

Don’t have the time (it can take a while)? That’s where we come in with our collective decades of experience in finding serious value for money. Here are the best laptop deals in Britain right now, at every price range.

Best laptop deals right now

Best laptop deals in the UK

Laptop Deals Under £500

HP Stream 11: was £249 now £219 @ Currys PC World
Need a dirt cheap laptop for under £200? HP has just the thing for you. The HP Stream 11 sports an 11.6-inch HD screen, Intel Celeron processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, alongside up to 13 hours battery life.View Deal

Lowest price!

Dell Inspiron 15 3000: was £468.99 now £359 @ Dell
This configuration of the 15-inch Dell Inspiron 3000 features an AMD Ryzen 3 CPU, 8GB DDR4 and 256GB SSD. All of this alongside a HD display and a sleek chassis make for a great option for quick day-to-day work.View Deal

Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3: was £329 now £279.97 @
A 2-in-1 Chromebook for under £300 is serious value for money — even more so when its the premium build of the IdeaPad Flex 3. Gorgeous 11.6-inch HD touchscreen display up top, Intel Celeron under the hood, 4GB RAM and 64GB on board storage.View Deal

Lenovo V14: was £398.97 now £379.49 @
Need a little extra oomph for those more processor-intensive office tasks? The Lenovo V14 delivers handily with the AMD Ryzen 3 3250U for great single and multi-core app performance, a 14-inch FHD screen with narrow bezels, 4GB RAM and a 256GB SSD — all enclosed in a sleek, extremely durable chassis.View Deal

Laptop deals under £1000

Asus Vivobook 15: was £699.97 now £599.97 @
Packing a decent level of performance into a seriously portable, premium frame, this Asus Vivobook 15 features a FHD display up top with a wide colour gamut, AMD Ryzen 7 CPU, 8GB DDR4 RAM and a 512GB M.2 SSD.View Deal

A 5-star laptop for under a grand!

Dell XPS 13: was £1,419 now £999 @ Dell
Take a look at our 5-star Dell XPS 13 review and you’ll see just how much we love this portable powerhouse for its top-shelf specs and stylish design. This one is no different, cramming an 10th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB LPDDR4 RAM and a 512GB SSD into this masterfully crafted hardware with a bright and lovely FHD+ display.View Deal

MacBook Air (M1/8GB/256GB): was £999 now £889 @ Amazon
Let’s start with the cheapest way to get a taste of Apple’s new silicon while on the go. As you can read in our MacBook Air with M1 review, the switch to an ARM-based processor presents a groundbreaking transformation with blistering performance and super-long battery life. All of this is crammed into a seriously sleek chassis and runs so cool, it doesn’t need a fan.View Deal

HP Envy 13: was £899 now £649 @ Currys PC World
HP’s closest competitor to the XPS 13 is a great option as you can read in our HP Envy 13 review, And now, it’s even better at £200 off! Keeping this running even for more intensive creative pro tasks is an Intel Core i5-10210U CPU, dedicated Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPU, 8GB DDR4 RAM and a 512GB SSD.View Deal

Acer Aspire 5: was £749 now £699 @ Currys PC World
The latest 11th gen Intel Core i7 CPU powers this portable powerhouse of a laptop. This configuration also features a 1TB SSD, 8GB DDR4 RAM and a battery rated to last up to 10 hours.

RTX 3060 laptop under £1,000

Gigabyte G5: was £1,199.97 now £999.97 @ (with Chivalry 2 and Hitman 3 for free)
This is an enthusiast-level gaming rig at a bargain price, thanks to this £200 cut. The Gigabyte G5 features an Intel Core i5-10500H CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 GPU with 6GB GDDR6, 16GB DDR4 RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD. 

Laptop deals under £2000

Over £100 off an M1 MacBook Pro

M1 MacBook Pro: was £1,299 now £1,129.97 @ Amazon
Turning to Apple, we fell head over heels for the M1 MacBook Pro for bringing stellar performance and bonkers battery life thanks to Apple’s own ARM-based silicon. If you’re a creative pro in need of a machine that can do it all on-the-go, it’s hard to find much better than this (I use one myself).View Deal

£400 off an RTX 30-series gaming laptop

MSI GS66 Stealth: was £1,699 now £1,499 @ Currys PC World
Nvidia RTX 30-series gaming laptops are rather pricey, but this MSI GS66 Stealth deal breaks that trend! For just under £1,600, you get this sleek gaming machine that packs the serious horsepower pairing of an Intel Core i7-10750H CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 GPU. Multitasking is handled with 16GB RAM, games load fast on the 512GB SSD and the 240Hz 1080p display is stunningly smooth.View Deal

Acer ConceptD 3 Ezel: was £1,799 now £1,649 @
The creator's choice. The Acer ConceptD features a 10th gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, a 512GB NVMe SSD and an Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q for crushing those prosumer tasks. All of this is stuffed into a sleek chassis with a colour accurate display and ezel flexibility.
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Jason England

Jason brings a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as writer at Laptop Mag. He specializes in finding the best deals and making sure you never pay more than you should for gadgets! Alongside this, he takes particular interest in reviewing (and creating video content about) laptops, earbuds and video games. Previously, he has written for the likes of Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus and in his spare time, you'll find him usually looking for good dogs to pet in his hometown of Nottingham, or eating/thinking about eating pizza.