Best Laptop Deals in the UK for June 2019 – Bargains for every budget

Best Laptop Deals in the UK: Whether you’re working on the go or looking to replace a bulky desktop, picking up a great laptop deal has never been easier.

The sheer range of laptops can be dizzying to any potential buyer, though. Prices can range from a few hundred to several thousand pounds, reflecting the enormous variety of components and specifications that are out there.

We’re here to help. Below you’ll find a link to our round-up of the best laptops on the market. This particular feature, though, is all about guiding you to the best laptop deals.

Related: Best Laptops

Whether you’re a professional video editor, a hardcore gamer, a busy writer, or a stressed-out student, we can show you a laptop that will meet your needs.

We monitor the UK’s biggest online retailers for any fresh and appealing laptop deals. We’ve been sure to include a selection of laptops that will suit every occasion and budget.

If you don’t see something you like, stick a bookmark in this page. We update it regularly, so there’s bound to be a deal for you along shortly.

Jump to laptop deals:

Currys PC World | Amazon | Argos | John Lewis | Very

All prices were correct at the time of publication, but do tend to change quickly. Act fast if you want to snap up a bargain.

Best Laptop Deals – Currys PC World

Currys PC World is currently offering £20 off Microsoft Office when you buy any Windows 10 laptop, sweetening its deals further.

Best Currys PC World Laptop Deals

Apple MacBook 12-inch with Retina Display (2018) – 256 GB SSD, Gold

Get this Apple MacBook with a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 12 hour battery and save an incredible £450.

Lenovo IdeaPad 330s – 14-inch laptop

The Lenovo IdeaPad 300s was already a bargain, and ideal for basic PC work – now you can pick one up with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM up for even less.

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 laptop

If you're after a workhorse laptop, you can currently pick up this 15.6-inch Dell Inspiron laptop. Powered by a Core i7-8565U Whiskey Lake CPU and Nvidia NX150 graphics, it'll breeze through your to-do list.

HP 14-ck0596sa 14-inch Intel Core i5 Laptop – 128 GB SSD, Silver

This all-rounder is priced so as not to break the bank, yet it’ll handle some fairly advanced tasks thanks to an i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD.

HP 14-ck0501sa 14-inch Intel Core i7 Laptop – 256 GB SSD, Silver

HP's laptop fives you a fast core i& CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 26GB SSD, making it great for video editors and other high-end tasks.

Pixel Slate 12.3" Intel® Core™ m3 2 in 1 Chromebook - 64 GB eMMC, Blue

This versatile tablet/laptop hybrid puts Google's Chrome OS at your fingertips, giving you fast access to your documents and sheets when you're working, and Netflix, iPlayer and the rest for when you're not.

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Best Laptop Deals – Amazon

With so many products on Amazon, it can sometimes be difficult to work out what’s a good deal and what’s not. Fear not, these top-notch discounts are legitimate money-savers.

Related: Amazon Prime Day Laptop Deals

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Best Laptop Deals – Argos

Argos might not be known for its computing sales, but we’ve seen this retailer offering the best price on great laptops countless times in the past. Here are our picks of the moment.

Best Argos Laptop Deals

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Intel Core i5 8GB 128GB Laptop & Type Cover

This great deal from Argos sees you picking up a Surface Pro 6 laptop-tablet for £100 less than Microsoft's RRP, and comes with a Type Cover keyboard dock (usually priced at £100).

Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3-Inch 2-in-1 Laptop

A good price for this stylish 2-in-1 with an Intel Core i5 CPU, 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM and Surface Pen compatibility.

Microsoft Surface Book 2 13-Inch 2-in-1 Laptop

This compact laptop features a 13-inch 3000 x 2000 resolution display, 128GB of storage, 8GB of RAM and a powerful dual-core Intel Core i5 7300U processor.

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Best Laptop Deals – John Lewis

John Lewis price matches other retailers like-for-like but, due to the nature of laptop specifications, it can sometimes be tricky to find an identical model between retailers. John Lewis also sells some exclusive models. You get a 2 year warranty on many models, which helps John Lewis stand apart.

Best John Lewis Laptop Deals

Lenovo YOGA 330 81A60009UK Convertible Laptop, Intel Celeron N4000, 4GB, 128GB eMMC, 11.6”, Mineral Grey

A very flexible Windows 10 portable with an 11.6-inch touchscreen and a handy flip-around hinge. You get a 3 year guarantee with it, too.

Apple MacBook 12", Intel Core m3, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 615, Gold

You can get Apple's MacBook at this cut price from a variety of sources right now, but with John Lewis, gets you that 2-year guarantee.

2017 Apple MacBook 12", Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 615, Silver

Here's he more capable MacBook model with the same hefty discount and John Lewis's magical 2-year guarantee.

MacBook 12" with Retina Display (2018) - 256 GB SSD, Gold

An unmissable deal, save on this fantastic device ideal as a lifestyle or work laptop. It will easily breeze through web browsing, spreadsheets and video streaming.

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Best Laptop Deals – Very

Very frequently has great deals on budget laptops under £200, so if you only have basic needs, it’s worth having a look. These are our top picks right now.

Best Very Laptop Deals

Apple MacBook Air (2017) 13 inch, Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD with Optional MS Office 365 Home - Silver

The latest MacBook Air is a notable improvement, but that means you can get a hefty saving on the still-decent 2017 model.

Acer Aspire 3 A314-31 Intel Pentium N4200, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 14 inch Laptop with Microsoft Office Included - Black

The Acer Aspire 3 14 inch Laptop is a great laptop for everyday life, and at a very affordable price.

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Best Laptop Deals – eBay

Best eBay Laptop Deals

ASUS ROG FX503 15.6 Inch
i5 8GB 1TB GTX1060 Gaming Laptop

Here’s an interesting
option for those who want to game on the go. A GTX1060 GPU, Intel i5 processor and 8GB of RAM should be able to handle the biggest games pretty well.

ASUS ROG FX503 15.6 Inch i5 8GB 1TB GTX1060 Gaming Laptop [OK]

You can save a further £75 on this well-specced Surface laptop using the current PURE20 code.

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Choosing a laptop deal

How much power do you need?

First off, decide what you actually need a laptop for. If it’s only basic productivity, think a bit of word processing and browsing, then an entry-level laptop below £300 can likely do the trick. Or even a Chromebook.

These are basic laptops that run Chrome OS, and they’re great if you only have basic needs. They’re a great choice for students who just need something for writing essays and note-taking. Keep in mind that installing software isn’t as straightforward as on a macOS or Windows-based laptop.

Spend a little more, and you can pick something up that can handle more intensive tasks like video or image editing. It’s here you might come across laptops with different Intel core processors. Have a read of our Intel processor and AMD processor guides for more information on the differences. There are a whole section on laptop processors and what to look for.

The most expensive laptops will be gaming models. These will have meaty processors as well as dedicated graphics cards. They’re not just good for gaming, though, as those GPUs can also help with tasks like video rendering to make those processes faster, too.

Different form factors

Laptops nowadays come in a whole range of form factors, too. Not just different-sized screens, although that’s important. If you want something portable, you might want to look at a 13- or 14-inch model as these tend to be more shoulder friendly. Have a look at the weight before picking one if you’re on the road a lot.

But besides screen size, some laptops have tricks up their sleeves. There are 2-in-1s and convertibles. You can think of the former like tablets that can dock with a keyboard, whereas the latter have a hinge that let you bend them backwards in either tent mode or as a tablet. Both of these are versatile, letting you have a touch-based tablet experience alongside the productivity of having a keyboard.

Larger laptops tend to be powerhouses, particularly where gaming is concerned. If you do want to use your laptop as a gaming machine then make sure that the one you go for has a dedicated graphics card and plenty of RAM to handle all the action. Then again, your choice may depend on the type of games you intend to play. Something like Minecraft is fairly forgiving where CPU is concerned, and could even run on some tablet hybrids, but just don’t expect to play a high-end game like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on the same device.

Battery life

The next big deciding factor is also battery life. If you’re looking for a desktop replacement and plan to have your laptop plugged into the mains all the time, this isn’t such an issue. If you’re constantly going to be away from power, you’ll want something with strong battery life, so have a look at our reviews before making a decision.

Of course, if you’re favouring battery life all other features then you might want to consider buying a high-end tablet. While not as fully featured as laptops, tablets can be used nowadays as devices for most day-to-day work without requiring a charge for several hours. Plus, their portability will allow you to carry the device and its charging cable without much hassle. If buying a new tablet is starting to sound like a more appealing endeavour then head on over to our collection of the best tablet deals available right now.

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