You know what we always say: The best kind of laptop is the laptop you didn’t pay all that much for (and the one that works well, too, we guess).
If paying thousands of dollars for a piece of tech isn’t something you’re into, you’re not out of luck — there are still a ton of budget devices out there, ones that can still perform all the tasks you need them to.
And, as per usual, we’re back again with the very best deals on these cheap devices that you can get this weekend. Check out what we dug up this time:
Reliability and sharp performance are two things that Dell’s Inspiron laptops do quite well, and you can get this one for $110 if you buy directly from their website.
While almost $700 isn’t necessarily cheap, once you look at the Lenovo ThinkPad X930’s original price of $1,729, you can’t deny that it’s a pretty stellar deal. It’s a great intermediate laptop, and should do right by you in all of your daily tasks.
IdeaPads are normally great all-around-player computers, and the Flex 5 15 is no exception. The only difference here is that it’s a 2-in-1, so if that’s your vibe, you can’t go wrong with this laptop (and you’ll save $70).
The convertible Acer Spin 1 is a high-performance 2-in-1 device that’s great for knocking out the stuff on your work to-do list. Get one at Walmart and save $100 — only $269.
2-in-1 laptops are always a good bet because, well, it’s a laptop and a tablet at the same time. Talk about versatility. The Lenovo Flex 15 is a great option, and at only $489 (was $619), it’s a steal.
Another 2-in-1 option, the Google Pixel Slate is closely related to the Microsoft Surface (but you’re not going to get one of those at this price). Effortlessly portable and packed with great productivity-boosting features, you won’t regret getting one — save $345 on Amazon.
The Vostro 3490 is a reliable work laptop that’ll suit remote workers nicely. It’s only $529 at Dell, saving you $226.72.
If your priority is having a nice display on a budget, the Asus VivoBook 15 is a good choice. The anti-glare HD screen in conjunction with the nano-bezel design looks really great, and you can get one for only $479.99 (was $549.99).
The IdeaPad is an all-around great computer, with a gorgeous display, a processor that’ll certainly get the job done, and a decent amount of storage — save $40 on Amazon.