Manufacturers are always coming up with new ways to promote their products. They sometimes throw in a few bonuses just so you can buy the main product.
While the idea of having multiple items for the price of one seems appealing, sometimes deals aren’t exactly worth the price. Because of this, we’ve decided to compile a list of what we think are the best bundles that you can buy today.
Note: Deals are subject to change. Keep in mind that the price tag often varies. We recommend going on the vendor’s website to check the price. Some of the products may be out of stock by the time you’ve made your purchasing decision. So, hurry up and hit the buy button.
What are the best laptop bundles out there?
ASUS VivoBook Bundle
Probably the best value-for-your-money pack on our list, the ASUS VivoBook Bundle not only includes a laptop that is well worth the whole bundle’s price on its own, but it also comes with a computer backpack and mousepad.
This makes it a great back-to-school gift, as all that is missing is a mouse and you have pretty much everything you may ever need.
- Powerful AMD Quad Core A12-9720P Processor, 2.7 GHz (2M Cache, up to 3.6 GHz)
- 14.2-inch wide, 0.8” thin and portable footprint with 0.3” NanoEdge
- Stunning 80% screen-to-body ratio
- 15.6-inch anti-glare Full HD WideView display
- ASUS Splendid software enhancement; AMD Radeon R7 graphics
- 8GB DDR4 RAM
- 128GB SSD
- Ergonomic chiclet keyboard with a fingerprint sensor
- Comprehensive connections including USB 3.1 Type-C (Gen1), USB 3.0, USB 2.0, and HDMI
- Lightning-fast Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
- The laptop may be a bit noisy
MSI GE75 Raider-287 Bundle
Not only does it come with a monster gaming laptop, but it also includes an MSI Urban Raider Gaming Backpack, an MSI gaming mouse and mousepad, an MSI Force GC20 Wired gaming controller, an MSI DS501 Gaming Headset, and a MSI Lucky Edge of the Cup.
- 17.3-inch thin bezel Full HD IPS-Level 144Hz 3ms 72% NTSC (100% sRGB) Display
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6
- 9th Gen Intel Coffee Lake Core i7-9750H Six-Core
- 64GB (2x 32GB) DDR4 2666MHz
- 2TB WD Blue 3D NAND M.2 SATA SSD (Seq. Read 560MB/s, Seq. Write 530MB/s)
- 2TB Seagate FireCuda SSHD (Flash-enhanced HDD)
- Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit) Multi-language
- The price tag makes you wonder if you’re not actually paying for everything
ASUS 14-inch Chromebook Bundle
Not only does it come with an ASUS laptop that has more than decent specs, but it also comes with a bonus mouse and sleeve for easy carrying.
- 32GB eMMC Hard Drive
- Chiclet Keyboard
- Approximate Weight: 3.1lbs
- Intel Celeron N3350 Processor up to 2.4GHz 4GB LPDDR4 RAM
- 802.11 Dual Band Wireless-AC 2×2 WLAN
- Bluetooth 4.0 Integrated HD Webcam
- 14.0″ FHD (1920 x 1080) Non-Touch Display
- Intel HD Graphics 500 Chrome OS
- 2x USB 3.0 2x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen
- 1 1x Media Card Reader
- 1x Combination Audio Jack
- No Optical Drive
HP Marine Blue Laptop Bundle
The main product is above average in specs, more than enough for school work, and it also comes with a wireless mouse and backpack, making it a great student’s starter kit.
- 15.6″ HD LED Multi-Touchscreen
- Windows 10 Home 64 bit
- AMD Quad-Core A12-9720P APU
- 8 GB DDR4-1866 SDRAM
- 1 TB HDD 5400 rpm SATA
- Integrated AMD Radeon R7 Graphics
- Built-in WiFi 802.11 bgn
- Multi-format SD Media Card Reader
- 1 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.1, 1 x HDMI
- The occasional quality control issues
Acer 14-inch Chromebook Bundle
The Acer laptop’s specs are decent, and the wireless mouse and sleeve effectively turn the kit into a great gift for those that have just started an office job and need some hardware.
- 14-inch FHD Widescreen IPS LED-backlit (1920 x 1080) Display
- Intel Integrated Graphics
- Intel Celeron N3160 Processor
- Powerful Dual-core processing performance
- 4GB LPDDR3 Memory, 32GB eMMc
- HD Webcam (1280 x 720)
- 2x USB 3.0, 1x HDMI (with HDCP Support), 1x Combination Headphone/Speaker jack
- Not a very good laptop if performance is what you are after
Closing thoughts on laptop bundles
While bundles are usually just a gimmick that manufacturers use to get rid of extra merchandise that is on stock, it would be highly hypocritical if we didn’t admit that we also benefit from the reduced price tag they come with.
As such, as long as you pay close attention to the bonus gifts you receive, buying bundles is actually not a bad idea at all.