Are you looking for a laptop but clueless about what to look for in a laptop? Do you have a price range in mind but do not know what options are available in the same?
Don’t worry, this article is going to capture 10 such laptops that fall within the price range of Rs. 30,000 - Rs. 80,000! In the end, you will also find a buyer’s guide where we will pick out some of our favorites.
Laptops are no longer the luxury item they used to be rather they are now an essential gadget. It finds its utility in all vocations and by all from young to old.
The pandemic has furthermore showcased the necessity of owning one rather than relying on a conventional plugged in desktop at school/work.
You are definitely going to agree to the fact that the technological advancement, has given people the choice to move to different places and still be able to carry on with work unlike previous times when it was imperative to sit at one place and work. Laptops are portable devices that can be easily carried by you, thus allowing you to get your work done from anywhere and anytime.
Laptops are used not only for programming purposes but have multipurpose uses, be it watching movies with your family and friends, playing games or having video conference meetings/calls.
With the constant advancement in technology, laptops too have upgraded, laptops are folded shut but nowadays laptops have been created which can be converted to a tablet as well as has touch screen features as commonly seen in mobile phones, which makes it even more appealing.
Now that you are completely aware of its functionality let’s look at the list. Hopefully, by the end of the article, you are going to be on an informed path to make your own decision.
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Top 10 Best Laptops Under 80000 in India
Although my favorite among all is Mi Notebook 14 but you must check all of them to make your buying decision.
1. Mi Notebook 14
Mi Notebook 14 Intel Core i5-10210U 10th Gen Thin and Light Laptop, XMA1901-FC+Webcam has a Windows 10 Home Operating System.
It comes with a 14.00-inch display which has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
It is powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, with 1.6 GHz base speed and it comes with 8GB of RAM. The Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 packs 256GB of SSD storage.
It has one memory slot and has a memory layout of 1 x 8 Gigabyte.
Its display feature includes Full High Definition 178 wide viewing angle, 250 nits Brightness Display for an unforgettable experience. It also has a RAMspeed of 2666 MHz.
It is lightweight hence making it easy to be carried along with a battery life of upto 10 hours which is a boon since it covers almost a day’s work. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/g/n/ac, with a Bluetooth version of 5.0 and it consists of 3 USB ports (1 x USB 2.0 port, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (Type A) ports), HDMI Port, Headphone and Mic Combo Jack ports.
It has stereo speakers and also has a sound technology that supports DTS Audio Processing App Support. It is therefore a complete package. The keyboard consists of Scissor Mechanism ABS Texture with 1.33 key travel and also has a pointing device touchpad with Multi-Touch Gestures Enabled.
At this price point you will have a Laptop with batteries and a charger included. It weighs around 1.5 kg. The weight is definitely for your benefit because you won't be straining your muscles as much carrying it around or working on your lap. The price of this beauty starts from Rs. 41,999.
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2. HP 10th Gen Intel Core i3 15.6-inch Laptop
HP 15s-fr1004tu (3J105PA) Laptop is a Windows 10 Home Basic Operating System. It comes with a 15.6 Inches display screen, which is roughly 39.62 cm.
Additionally, the laptop is powered by Intel Core i3-1005G1 (10th Gen) processor with a 1.2 GHz base frequency, coupled with 4 GB of RAM and has 512 GB SSD storage at a price point of approximately Rs. 40,499.
It comes with a display type of Full High Definition IPS anti-glare White Light-Emitting Diode (WLED) which prevents strain to the eyes.
The memory is, however, expandable upto 16 GB. It also has a battery life of about 7 hours.
It comes with the pre-installed Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 software which is imperative for every user.
Its port comprises one SuperSpeed USB Type-C of 5 Gigabytes per second, two SuperSpeed USB Type-A of 5 Gigabytes per second along with a microSD card reader.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, this notebook has an Intel UHD graphics card to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a 3 Cell Li-Ion battery and weighs 1.74 Kg which is comparatively lighter than most laptops.
It has a decent battery life of 7 hours. Its camera comprises an HP TrueVision High Definition camera along with an integrated dual array digital microphone. The Intel Turbo Boost Technology is up to 3.4 GHz.
Its basic body is thin and has a light design giving it a slim look and also has a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Connectivity options include WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth. The box contains a laptop with a battery and a charger.
3. ASUS VivoBook 14
ASUS VivoBook 14 Transparent Silver laptop has a Windows 10 Home Basic Operating System.
It comes with a 14 Inches, approximately 35.56 cm, display which also provides a 16:9 slim-bezel LED-backlit Full High Definition 1920 x 1080 pixels;
and a 60 Hz Anti-Glare Panel with 45% NTSC which is an average protection to the eyes and not a good fit for photo or video work.
This laptop is powered by AMD Quad-Core Ryzen 5-3500U Processor, with a base having a full HD display resolution.
Its connectivity options include Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) and Bluetooth with 4.2 version.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, this notebook has an AMD Integrated Radeon Vega 8 graphics card to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a 2 Cell Li-Ion battery and weighs 1.60 Kg.
This laptop consists of 2 ports of USB 2.0, 1 port of USB 3.1 Type-A (Gen1), one port of USB 3.1 Type C (Gen 1), 1 port of Combo Audio Jack, 1 port of HDMI 1.4, 1 port of Micro SD Card Reader. However, it comes without a CD-Drive. It has an HD web camera providing a clear quality.
The keyboard is a Full-size Chiclet keyboard with a 1.4mm key travel. The Design has a Thin bezel and a 23.1mm Thin Body. It has an 8 GB RAM which is expandable up to 12 GB. Additionally, it also has a fingerprint reader, thus making it convenient for the user and providing a user-friendly experience.
4. ASUS ZenBook
Asus Zenbook comes with a 14 Inches i.e. 35.56 cm display for your daily needs.
The display also provides a 16:9 slim-bezel NanoEdge Anti-Glare Display which causes less damage to the eye.
It has an 80% screen-to-body ratio which is remarkable. Not only does it have a 100% sRGB colour gamut but also 178° wide view technology.
This laptop is powered by Intel Core i5-8250U (8th Gen) processor, with a base speed of 1.6 GHz, coupled with 8 GB of RAM and has 256 GB SSD storage at a price of approx. Rs. 54,800.
It has a battery backup of up to 9 hours which is essentially the regular work hours in a day.
Its keyboard has a full size backlit key, with 1.4mm key travel and the touchpad has a Precision Touchpad (PTP) technology that supports up to four-finger smart gestures. It has a Full High Definition display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Its connectivity options include Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) and Bluetooth.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, this notebook has an Intel UHD 620 graphics card to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a 3 Cell Li-Ion battery and weighs 1.30 Kg. This laptop consists of one USB 2.0 port, one USB 3.1 Type-A (Gen1) port and one USB 3.1 Type C (Gen 1) support Display, one Combo Audio Jack, one micro HDMI and an SD card reader.
It has an HD web camera providing a high quality video graphics. It also has dual speakers with a built-in microphone. It is one of the best laptops out there in the market.
5. HP 15 db1069AU 15.6-inch Laptop
HP 15-db1069au (9VJ83PA) Laptop has a Windows 10 Home Basic operating system.
It comes with a 15.6 Inches screen which is approximately 39.62 cm display for an immaculate viewing experience.
It has a display resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels along with a display type of Super Viewing Angles (SVA) White Light-Emitting Diode (WLED).
This laptop is powered by AMD Dual Core Ryzen 3 3200U processor, with a base processor speed of 2.6 GHz, up to 3.5 GHz burst frequency,
coupled with 4 GB of RAM which is expandable upto 16 GB and has 1 TB HDD storage at an incredible price of approx. Rs. 32,180.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, the laptop has an AMD Radeon Vega 3 graphics card to manage the graphical functions to be carried out. To keep it alive, it has a 3 Cell Li-Ion battery and weighs 2.04 Kg.
It also has a fast charge battery which charges under 45 minutes from 0 per cent to 50 per cent. Its connectivity includes Wifi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.2. The laptop has an HP TrueVision HD camera, and the microphone consists of integrated dual array digital microphone which is above benchmark standards.
It also has an internal microphone along with dual speakers. It has a battery life of about 13 hours, making it quite handy as less charging is required with this battery life. It can also be an asset during long hour conferences or while travelling. Its port includes a microphone jack, a headphone jack and 1 USB 2.0 slot.
It also has some pre-installed software like Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019, which are a great addition and essential tool. In the box, you will be able to see a Laptop with battery and charger included.
6. AVITA PURA NS14A6IND541-SRGYB 14-inch Laptop
AVITA PURA NS14A6IND541-SRGYB 14-inch laptop has a Windows 10 Home Basic operating system. It comes with a 14.00 Inches HD display display.
It has a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels which is equivalent to a Full High Definition.
This laptop is powered by AMD A9-9420E processor, coupled with 8 GB of DD4 RAM and has 256 GB SSD storage.
SSD is a great addition as it increases the processing speed by ensuring the operating system works on the solid-state drive leaving your tasks to the primary drive.
Its base processor has a speed 3.0 GHz along with the max speed being 3.60 GHz.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, this notebook has an AMD Radeon R5 graphics card to manage the graphical usage. It weighs 1.21Kg and has a battery life of about 10 hours which is equivalent to a day’s work time. It has 802.11 b/n/ac Wi-Fi connectivity and a Bluetooth version of 4.2.
It is a thin and light laptop making it easy to be carried along with ease. Its ports and optical drive include 1 Micro HDMI, USB 2.0 Type-A x 1, USB 3.0 Type-A x 1, Type C x 1, Micro SD Card Reader, Combo audio and microphone jack, a combo audio and microphone jack which is a great combination. It does not contain an optical drive.
Inside the box, there is a laptop and a charger.
7. Lenovo Ideapad Slim 3i
Lenovo Ideapad Slim 3i laptop has a Windows 10 Home Basic operating system.
It comes with a 15.6 Inches HD display with an anti glare technology making it less strainful for your eyes. It has a display resolution of 1920x1080 pixels.
This laptop is powered by 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, coupled with 8 GB RAM upgradeable upto 12 GB and has 1 TB HDD storage capacity.
This notebook has a NVIDIA Geforce MX130 graphics card to manage the graphical usage.
To keep it functioning, it has a 2 Cell Li-Ion battery and weighs 1.70 Kg and has a battery life of about 5 hours.
The laptop consists of 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 AC Wi-Fi connectivity along with Bluetooth version of 5.1. Its ports and optical drive include 2 USB 3.2 Gen1, 1 USB 2.0, Headphone/Mic combo jack, HDMI 1.4b, 4-in-1 media reader (MMC, SD, SDHC, SDXC). Inside the box, there is a laptop and a charger.
It also provides a camera with 0.3 MP with Privacy Shutter, fixed focus to provide a good vision with the technological advancements and has an integrated dual array microphone. It has an inbuilt microphone and dual speakers.
It has 1 memory slot and has a ram speed of 2666 MHz. Its keyboard consists of a Non English keyboard and the pointing device provides Touchpad with multi-touch gesture support. It also comes along with a 1 year warranty from Lenovo covering any manufacturer defects.
8. Lenovo Ideapad S145
Lenovo has come up with Ideapad S145 laptop whose performance is powerful and long-lasting suiting your need at such a minimal price range.
It has a Windows 10 Home Basic operating system. It comes with a 15.6 Inches HD display.
It has an anti glare technology making it less strainful for your eyes, and a display resolution of 1366x768 pixels.
This laptop is powered by AMD Dual Core A6-9225 processor, coupled with 4 GB of RAM and has 1 TB HDD storage capacity.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, this notebook has a AMD Radeon R5 graphics card to manage the graphical usage.
To keep it functioning, it has a 2 Cell Li-Ion battery, weighs 1.85Kg and has a battery life of about 5.5 hours. It has a connectivity type of 802.11 AC 1x1 AC Wi-Fi and Bluetooth version of 4.2.
It is a thin and light laptop making it easy to be carried along with ease. Its ports and optical drive include HDMI, 2 USB 3.0, USB 2.0, a 4-in-1 card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC), a combo audio and microphone jack which is a great combination. Inside the box, there is a laptop and a charger.
It also provides a 180 degree hinge to provide a wide vision with the technology advancements.
It has an inbuilt microphone and has dual speakers providing a video recording with a quality of 720p HD. It has 1 memory slot and has a ram speed of 2133 GHz. Its keyboard consists of a Standard Notebook keyboard and the pointing device provides Touchpad with multi-touch gesture support.
It also comes along with a 1 year warranty from Lenovo covering any manufacturer defects.
9. Mi Notebook Horizon Edition 14 Intel Core i7-10510U Laptop
Mi Notebook Horizon Edition 14 Intel Core i7-10510U 10th Gen Thin and Light, XMA1904-AF+ Webcam laptop with a sturdy built has a Windows 10 Home Basic Operating System.
It comes with an incredible 14 Inches (roughly 35.56 cm) Full HD and horizon display with Anti-Glare technology and a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
This laptop is powered by Intel Core i7-10510U 10th Gen processor, with a base speed 1.8 GHz, coupled with 8 GB of RAM and has 512 GB SSD storage capacity.
It has a battery life of up to 10 hours. Its keyboard has a Scissor Mechanism ABS Texture with 1.3mm key travel along with a pointing device touchpad with Multi-Touch Gestures enabled.
Its connectivity options include Wi-Fi 5 (802.11a/b/g/n/ac) and a Bluetooth version of 5.0. It has pre installed software like Office 365 with a one month trial subscription.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, this notebook has a Nvidia MX350 2GB GDDR5 Graphics card to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a 65W AC Adapter W and weighs about 1.35 Kg. Ports of this laptop consist of two USB 3.1 ports, one USB 2.0 port, one USB type C, one HDMI Out and 3.5mm jack.
It also has stereo speakers. It has one memory slot and has a memory layout of 1 x 8 Gigabyte. The sound technology consists of DTS Audio Processing App Support. Priced at a little over Rs. 60,000 it is thin and light weight and can be carried around easily along with a webcam Specs of 720p High Resolution.
10. DELL Inspiron 3595 15.6-inch HD Laptop
We have another performer in the laptop market which is Inspiron 15 3595 from Dell. The laptop has a Windows 10 Home Basic operating system.
It comes with a 15.6 Inches screen display and has a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels for quality viewing experience.
It also takes care of your eyes and prevents any damage through its anti glare technology.
This laptop priced below Rs. 40,000 is powered by AMD Dual Core A6-9225 processor, coupled with 4 GB of RAM with a speed of 2133 Mhz.
It has storage of 1 TB HDD and the HDD Speed of 5400 RPM. Its RAM type is DDR4. It has 1 memory slot and has a memory layout of 1 x 64 Gigabyte.
As far as the graphics card is concerned, this notebook has managed a revolutionary outlook with an AMD Radeon R4 graphics card to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a 3 Cell Li-Ion battery. Once charged, it has a 4 hours battery life.
The laptop weighs about 2.28 kg which although might be heavier than some others but is within a decent range in view of the price point. Its keyboard consists of a standard notebook keyboard and touchpad with multi-touch gesture support.
Its connectivity includes WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and also has bluetooth with aversion of 4.0. Coming to ports and slots, its port includes an SD card reader, a microphone jack, a headphone jack and 2 Usb 20 slots. Its operating system type is 64-bit. At this price point you will have a Laptop with battery and a charger included.
Buyer's Guide: How to Purchase Laptops: Top 10 Best Laptops Under 80000 in India
Laptops are one of the most essential gadgets one needs to have themselves although there are various other gadgets with the same features like mobile phones and tablets, but still students and businessmen would consider having a laptop as it is very convenient. With the availability of plethora of laptops from different brands at different price ranges, it only adds up to the confusion.
Well, now that you have had an elaborate look at each of the ten laptops you will admit that you really need to know your specific requirement in a laptop before buying it.
Since, there are so many companies, brands and models out there, it can be a difficult choice. But you do not need to worry, I will divide the process in about ten factors or more.
At the end of each factor, you will need to decide what is it that you need and once you have the answers from all the factors, voila, you will be able to pick one or may be two to narrow it down.
Price of a laptop plays a very important role in selecting a laptop. This is undoubtedly the first step in purchasing a laptop. The buyer needs to be completely honest with themselves about how much they have budgeted for purchasing a laptop and if they have also reserved any extra money in case their favourite laptop is a little over budget.
Once you know the amount you’re willing to pay you can actually narrow your choices down to quite a bit and trust me, it helps. The budget also helps in the determination of other factors which you will learn about as you keep reading.
No matter whichever ever laptop you go for, just know that you purchase a laptop with a minimum of 8 GB RAM as it is a necessity. When you will open multiple applications simultaneously, you are going to be frustrated if your laptop starts lagging and crashing on your work time.
If you are buying a laptop for games then 16 GB would be required for a good gaming experience.
Purpose & Usage
Usage also plays an important role in the purchase of a laptop, one should purchase a laptop according to the work that he wants to do; like casual use, gaming or for coding and programming use. A student might go for a low end laptop whereas a high end programmer might go for a laptop with high specs so that he can easily complete his work.
Once you have decided your use then you can shift onto the next features. There are a variety of laptops available at different prices for various specs. But one must keep in mind the higher/better the specs the greater the price.
The essential factor that differentiates a laptop from a Computer is portability. You cannot carry computers around the way you can carry a laptop. The CPU of the computer will itself be at least as heavy as 5 regular laptops. So, the next thing you need to keep in mind is to buy a lightweight laptop.
Not only is it easy to travel with, but also helpful particularly when it is on your lap while you’re doing your assignment at the last minute, or, giving the final touch-up to your presentation for work, or, watching a movie on your bed.
Needless to say, it also helps your back or hand, saving you from any pain which would have been caused by holding a heavier laptop.
Followed by the light weight is another aspect that may be equally important - the battery life of the laptop. People usually want to purchase a laptop with a good battery life as no one wants to buy a laptop which needs to be plugged on the charger constantly. One should generally avoid buying a laptop with bad battery life.
Primarily, because not all public places they travel to will have a power charging station and in such cases one will be left helpless. Honestly, any battery which works for 8 or more hours is great for a regular laptop. In case of high end performing laptops, four to five hours should be an incredible deal.
Processor plays a vital role in selection of a laptop with a constant upgradation in the processor one should particularly aim at buying a laptop with the recent processor and not going for an old version of processor.
Say for a casual laptop user, a current gen i3 processor is more than enough as the work for which s/he is buying the laptop is for running lite software, browsing and viewing movies and videos.
If someone is thinking of playing a few games as well then Intel Core i5 processor will be very convenient for you to play games as well as work on software which requires intensive specs. Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i9 processors are in recent trend and provide the best performance.
With these processors you can work with intensive software or get an outstanding gaming experience. Although with the choosing of i9 processors you are required to pay more as these processors come with a high price tag.
Screen Size of a laptop should also be considered necessary as laptops usually come with different display sizes varying from 13 inch to 17 inch. Before you look at the pricing or the other features, it’s always advisable to look at the display size as different display types have different features altogether.
Like 11 to 12 inches laptops usually have the lightest system and are the thinnest, weighing around 2.5 to 3.5 pounds respectively. 13 to 14 inches laptops are usually considered providing the best balance of usability and portability, with the laptop weighing around 4 pounds respectively.
15 to 16 inches laptops are popularly the most desired size for personal use as this size provides a larger screen and you don't need to carry around a notebook with you, you can easily get it done in your laptop.
There are very rare laptops with 16 inch displays however with the advancement 16 inch laptops may become the most desired screen size for laptops in the coming years.
17 to 18 inches laptops are usually laptops which provide a processing power for playing high end games and also to do workstation level productivity with the laptop always laying on the desk all day rather than carrying it around here and there.
Display Resolution / Type
Along with the size of the screen, you will also have to take resolution into account. The minimum resolution you’ll generally find is 1,366 x 768 pixels which can honestly get most of your tasks done just fine. You might even be able to work on multiple applications simultaneously.
The more pixels your laptop has, the more content you can fit on-screen. Needless to say, it will look sharper. Although some personal or business laptops still have 1366 x 768 pixels displays, however, if you can manage paying a few more bucks, you might be able to get upto 1920 x 1080 pixel displays. This is known as Full High Definition or 1080p.
You might also want to keep in mind that display quality is about much more than resolution. IPS panels range in color and brightness, so select a laptop which has the necessary range good for your eyes. You should keep in mind the upcoming and incoming technology like sRGB which is the standard red green and blue.
The sRGB color space is composed of a specific amount of color information; this data is used to optimize and streamline colors between devices and technical platforms. Each color within the sRGB color space provides the possibility of variations of that color.
Keyboard / Touchpad
One of the most important elements for a buyer is to ensure the specifications of the keyboard and touchpad in case they are going to be spending a lot of time entering data. If you plan to do a lot of typing or inputs, you need to ensure that the keyboard has tactile feedback.
You should also ensure that the distance the keys go down when pressed is usually 1 to 2mm. There should also be enough space between the keys. Try to buy a laptop with precision touchpad drivers, if you're buying a Windows laptop. You might want to avoid laptops that give you a jumpy cursor.
An accurate touchpad responds consistently to multitouch gestures such as pinch-to-zoom. Another aspect is to get a keyboard with the pointing stick also known as the nub if you're buying a business laptop. It is usually between the G and H keys and helps you navigate completely without even lifting your fingers off the keyboard.
Graphics Card plays a vital role in choosing your laptop as well, if you are a casual user then you don't require a good graphics card. Although if you plan on playing games or using intensive software, that would require you to purchase a good graphics card otherwise your work would become very difficult.
To be able to play most of the games and use intensive software a laptop should at least have an NVIDIA GTX 1650TA. A RTX 2060 is a decent graphics card if you don't have a high budget for yourself and still need a laptop for gaming and software purposes at least on Full HD displays. To experience amazing gaming experience once should go for NVIDIA RTX 2070 or higher.
Storage is another vital component when it comes to purchasing a laptop. The two major type of storage facilities are HDD and SSD. If you want an option that might be a little expensive but faster and responsive you should go for SSD.
SSD is a great addition as it increases the processing speed by ensuring the operating system works on the solid state drive leaving your tasks to the primary drive. Majority of laptops only have one disk space, so it’s necessary for you to keep a check that it’s big enough.
In the present time, high specs laptops have SSDs that use the PCI-Express (PCIe) standard. They are several times faster and better than a regular SSD and can turn out to be a huge difference with respect to the performance of the laptop with its functioning.
So hopefully, now that you have a clear idea about what you’re looking for, go ahead and purchase that laptop you’ve been wanting to. A few factors like brands, ports, connectivity etc have not been dealt with. Honestly, ports and connectivities are helpful only to a certain extent, if you need it you already know about it and if you do not why bother about it.
I really hope that this read was helpful for you and will enable you to make a more informed decision henceforth. In case you still have any queries you can head to the FAQs (frequently asked questions) for clarity.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Which brand of laptop is best?
All the brands listed above are good brands. Needless to say, each of these laptop brands has over time built up customer loyalty and customer base. Each individual has already biases for and against each brand and I understand that I can't take that away from anybody. But, providing my technical know-how and if I were buying a laptop I would probably pick a Lenovo first and an Asus second. Along with the laptop you also need to check if your preferred processor is partnered with the brand or else the laptop in itself is useless.
2. How much RAM do I need for a laptop?
We all know that recent years have seen an upgrade of RAMs making laptops faster than before. So while earlier a 4 GB RAM was considered supreme. I would recommend a minimum of 4 GB RAM for graphic and video work. It might even work just fine for programming, but if your budget allows you, do go for the 8 GB RAM and I can assure you, you are going to save so much time that it will all be worth it.
3. What laptop should I buy in 2020?
The year 2020 has seen probably the greatest spikes in purchase of laptops and mobiles because of the pandemic. It made each one realize the need of a laptop in this global wide world which is indeed connected via this unseen internet connection. So, if you want a laptop, get one which falls under your budget, has a decent RAM and contains the other features that you need for your use. I have tried and collated all necessary details and hopefully the exhaustive list will help you shorten one down.
4. What should I check before buying a laptop?
Buying a laptop nowadays is not easy, thanks to the number of companies with an even wider number of laptops which have emerged with them. Do check the customer base of the company, if there are any warranties available, the pre-installed software, the RAM, the screen resolution, the battery size, the processor type, the storage capacity and whether it is easy to carry or not. Essentially, check whether the features are what you want or not. If you’re buying a model that has been in the market and you know somebody who has the laptop, ask the people who are using it if they’re happy with it as well.
5. Which is the fastest processor for a laptop?
Although there are many processors available in the market, the two main competitors are intel and AMD. Although, you might not have heard of AMD but their Ryzen processor has been giving intel a tough run for its money. Intel, although popular and established in itself, has a higher price than AMD for preferably the same speed. Undoubtedly, intel is the faster processor but AMD will do the work just about right. So unless you’re willing to shelve off some extra money, AMD is a safe bet.