With the month of December comes a whole bunch of deals to tempt your wallet. Microsoft is getting in on the action, too, and the first of its 12 days of end-of-year bargains is a pretty decent saving on a pretty decent everyday laptop from HP.
The HP Notebook 15 is some laptop. It's just about the most normal, straightforward, no-bull laptop that you can buy. Like the name suggests pretty clearly, it's a 15.6-inch laptop with a 6th-gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB internal hard drive. Perfectly reasonable specs to browse the 'net and kick around on Facebook and email your parents, although don't expect to do anything more extreme than that.
Normally setting you back $999, this particular deal lasts for today only and cuts the laptop's price to $699. That's a good deal for what seems like a perfectly serviceable notebook, especially one sold directly through Microsoft.
This particular iteration of the HP Notebook 15 is a Signature Edition machine, which means it comes to you free of any unnecessary bloatware or extraneous software that laptops from big-name brands sometimes ship with. This is a big bonus for anyone that wants to buy a notebook and rest assured that it'll run smoothly and properly in the months and years after purchase.