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Most major PC makers have announced new laptops during CES 2024, most of which will ship with the latest Intel or AMD mobile processors. But unless you really need a built-in neural processing unit (or better integrated graphics in the case of Intel’s Meteor Lake chips), the new processors aren’t really that much faster than their previous-gen counterparts.

And that makes now a pretty good time to score deals on slightly older laptops with 12th or 13th-gen Intel processors or AMD Ryzen 6000 or 7000 series chips. Case in point: HP is offering discounts on HP Pavilion Plus 14 inch laptops with Intel or AMD processors, letting you pick up a pretty good laptop with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for as little as $550.

HP Pavilion Plus 14″ laptop w/AMD Ryzen 5 7540U/16GB/512GB for $550 – HP

Here are some of the day’s best deals.



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  1. The latest Intel chips have I believe Arc graphics now, which should give a nice bump in integrated graphics performance.

    Intel has always had lackluster IGP graphics performance until recently, but I’m actually curious to see how their new Arc IGP will perform.

    Of course, AMD is the way to go if you want integrated graphics though and care about performance.