Amazon Prime Day is back for the second time this year starting tomorrow, but there are already a bunch of great laptop deals in the Big Deal Days sale. For those who need a new computing device or accessory, sales are often the go-to destination to find a quality laptop at the cheapest price possible.
Amazon has some of the best laptop deals all year round and Prime Day 2023 is looking like no exception. We expect savings on Windows laptops, gaming laptops, Apple products, Chromebooks and 2-in-1 devices. Gaming laptops in particular seem to have some great deals with the likes of MSI and Acer bringing top offers to the table.
To help you find the best prices on laptops even before Prime Day 2023, we’ve put together this handy one-stop guide that covers all the best deals you can find on laptops of all shapes and sizes this year.
Amazon Prime Day Laptop Deals
Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 3 11" Chromebook:
was £329 now £285.31
Chromebooks are a great choice when you want a simple machine that works fast. This £150 saving brings this 11-inch Chromebook down to a ridiculous price that makes a very tempting back-to-school offer.
Apple 2020 MacBook Air Laptop M1 Chip 13-inch:
was £999 now £799
It may be a 2020 model, but this is still a MacBook. With a stunning 13-inch retina display, beautiful aluminium body and M1 chip power, this is a machine well worth picking up.
Dell XPS 13 Plus:
was £1,619 now £1,199 on Amazon
A beautiful beast of a laptop that oozes style but also performs like a dream. This is the lowest ever price for this machine and well worth considering if you're a serious Windows user. The 4K OLED screen is a dream.
Acer Chromebook Vero 514:
was 699 now £479 at Amazon
With an Intel i5 Processor and 8GB of RAM, as well as a 256GB SSD hard disk, this Chromebook is a great option for students or those who want a well-rounded easy-to-use machine.
Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro 14 Inch:
was £999 now £823 at Amazon
We were impressed by the base model of this laptop and this Pro model only improves it. An Intel i7 processor keeps things fast while it also comes bundled with 2 years of Lenovo Premium care.
MSI Thin GF63:
was £1,199 now £699
MSI always makes beautiful gaming machines and this ultra sleek GF63 is no exception. It packs a punch too with a 512 GB SSD, i5 processor, 4050 GPU and 8GB of RAM. A solid choice for an ultra-portable gaming laptop.
Acer Nitro 5 15.6-inch:
was £1799 now £1144
With 16GB of RAM and an AMD Ryzen 7 processor, this is a gaming machine that could run pretty much anything you throw at it. 1 TB of storage will hold plenty of your favourite games.
MSI Summit 13-inch laptop:
was £1549 now £863
MSI is normally known for its gaming efforts, but this proves it's just as capable of creating a stunning everyday laptop. A 1TB SSD, 16GB of RAM and i7 processor make this one of the fastest machines at this new price point (almost half off!).
ASUS ZenBook Flip OLED UX363EA:
was £1299 now £791 at Amazon
A gorgeous folding touchscreen design is backed up by plenty of performance under the surface. With an Intel i7 processor, 16 GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD for storage, this is a beautiful beast of a machine.
LG Gram 16 (2023) 32GB RAM:
was £1,849 now £1,149 at Amazon
If you're after a sleek lightweight laptop with a big screen then you've found it. The 16-inch display on the Gram is glorious. With 32GB of RAM as well, this is a powerhouse machine that should meet your needs, whatever you're after.
Lenovo IdeaPad 3 Gaming Laptop:
was £999 now £770 at Amazon
Offering solid performance at a great price, this 15.6-inch Lenovo machine is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5 6600H with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 and 16GB of RAM capable of running most titles with style. A 165Hz refresh rate is particularly impressive at this price and should ensure an incredibly smooth gaming experience. As for the 1TB SSD? Good luck filling that up.
was £539 now £430 at Amazon
Although the name may not roll off the tongue, with an Intel core i5 processor, Windows 11 and 512GB of storage, this machine is an excellent all-rounder at a low price. It may not be the choice for gamers but over 7 hours of battery life should see most users more than happy with this 15.6-inch laptop.
Why is Prime Day the best time to buy a new laptop?
We’ve all been hit by the cost of living crisis which has made buying ‘non-essential’ items almost impossible. Prime Day has some of the biggest price drops and discounts on a wide range of products, so it’s the best time to shop for new items, especially big tech purchases like laptops.
There's a small part of our brain that thinks when we see something at a great price that it's too good to be true, however, the Prime Day sale proves that this is completely false as it offers the cheapest prices on popular laptops and big-name brands. As we mentioned earlier, Apple is always hard to get discounts on but Amazon is one of the few retailers which slashes its prices on Apple products, including AirPods, iPads and MacBooks.
If you’re really trying to pinch the pennies but desperately need a new laptop, we suggest taking a look at the Amazon Warehouse. The Amazon Warehouse is home to pre-owned, refurbished and open-box devices which have been professionally inspected, cleaned and renewed to like-new condition. You can find loads of computers and computing accessories at the Amazon Warehouse at already cheaper prices than the original retail cost but Prime Day is bound to have extra discounts on refurbished laptops for you to take advantage of.
For more Prime Day advice, check out the TV deals to expect on Amazon Prime Day.