Industry giant HP makes a ton of great desktops, laptops, monitors and peripherals, so it makes sense to dedicate to virtual column space to HP - and its Omen and HyperX brands. With the official end of Black Friday now just hours away at 11:59PM on November 24th, we've rounded up all manner of fantastic deals we've spotted on the brand's vast range of products from a wide range of retailers.
Whether you're after one of HP's powerful desktops or some HyperX branded peripherals, we've got you covered for both those in the UK and in the US-of-A.
As this a brand-specific article, it arguably makes the most sense to do things by product category, so that's how it's going to be done!
HP is arguably one of the first brands that comes to mind when you think of solid gaming laptops, with a greart combo of ample power and sleek design making them a marvellous all-round choice. Here's where we'll put all the UK and US deals for HP gaming laptops.
- Great value gaming laptop: HP Omen 16 (Ryzen 7 6800H, RTX 3070 Ti, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD) for £999 (was £1094)
- Newer AMD-powered laptop: HP Omen 16 (AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS - 16GB RAM - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 - 1TB SSD) for £959 (was £1300)
- Higher-end option: HP Omen 16 (Intel Core i7 13700HX, RTX 4070, 16GB DDR5, 1TB SSD, 16-inch 1080p 165Hz) for £1499 (was £2000)
- Cheapest gaming laptop: HP Victus (Intel Core i5-13420H - 8GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 - 512GB SSD) for $550 (was $900)
- Great budget gaming laptop: HP Omen 16 (Intel Core i7 13620H - 16GB RAM - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 - 1TB SSD) for $1000 (was $1400)
It's much the same story when it comes to desktop PCs. HP's pre-built choices have always been reliable, and their gaming options pack in a fair amount of power for reasonable prices; for more evidence, check out the deals below!
- Suprisingly powerful SFF build: HP Omen 30L PC (Ryzen 7 5800X, RTX 3080, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, 2TB HDD) for £1149 (was £1263)
- Powerful RTX 4070 build: HP Omen 45L (Intel Core i7-12700K - 16GB DDR4 Memory - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 - 1TB SSD) for $1500 (was $2100)
- Compact mid-range build: HP Omen 25L (Intel Core i5-13400F - 16GB DDR5 Memory - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 - 1TB SSD) for $800 (was $1280)
The same can also be said for monitors, of course, and HP manufacturers a wide range to suit different screen sizes, resolutions, and types of games Below's where you'll see the pick of the bunch in terms of HP monitor deals.
- Best budget HP monitor deal HP V24ie G5 (24-inch 1080p 75Hz) for £80 (was £113)
- Best budget ultrawide HP Omen 32c (32-inch 1440p 165Hz) for £200 (was £340)
- Bargain-price HDMI 2.1 monitor suitable for consoles and PC: HP Omen 27k (27-inch 4K 144Hz HDMI 2.1) for £499 (was £630)
- Best HP monitor deal: HP Omen 27q (1440p 165Hz IPS) from Amazon for $200 (was $249)
- Esports-grade monitor with desk mount: HyperX Armada (1080p 240Hz IPS) from Micro Center for $200 (was $500)
Headsets, keyboards and other peripherals
It might seem odd to put headsets in here, given that the brand themselves isn't necesssarily big in the headset space, but the motivatiom becomes all the more apparent when you realise HP owns HyperX, makers of some of the best gaming headsets we've tested. Here's going to be where you'll find any headset deals - alongside keyboards, mice and other HP or HyperX peripherals.
- Clean, budget mechanical keyboard: HyperX Alloy Origins Core mechanical keyboard for £53 (was £100)
- Best planar magnetic headset: HyperX Cloud Orbit S for £226 (was £300)
- DF-recommended streaming mic: HyperX QuadCast for £60 from Amazon (was £120)
- Legendarily comfortable wired headset: HyperX Cloud 2 for $50 (was $100)
- Legendarily comfortable wireless headset: HyperX Cloud 2 Wireless Headset for $100 (was $150)
- A clean mechanical keyboard: HyperX Alloy Elite 2 for $70 (was $130)
- A DF-recommended mic: HyperX QuadCast S for $110 (was $160)
So, there you have it - that's some of the current best Black Friday deals on HP laptops, desktops, monitors, and HyperX headsets that we can find at the moment. If you've found a great deal we've missed, or want to see more deals, check out our Twitter feed @dealsfoundry.
Frequently Asked Questions
Of course, time and time again, there are going to be important questions about gaming headsets, not least if you're deciding to grab a new one. Below, we'll take you through a handful of key Qs with our two cents added to help you make a properly informed buying decision.
What HP products does Digital Foundry recommend?
Truth be told, we've recommended a good selection of HP and HyperX products over the years, and it's worth checking dedicated lists such as those for the best gaming monitors to understand what we've picked and why.
What HP deals do we expect to see?
As the month of November wear on and the big Black Friday weekend draws nearer, it would make sense for us to see more deals on HP asnd HyperX products in general. To be more specific though, there is an expectation that major retailers (e.g. Amazon, Currys, eBuyer, Scan) will offer deals on a slew of Dell products, as they've begun to already.