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Our list of the best laptops with a good blend of performance and features, at every price point. Our Top 10 laptops include the best picks across budget laptops, mainstream laptops, ultrabooks, and business laptops. Take a pick, we're confident you'd find at least one of the Top 10 laptops listed below worth checking out. These are the best laptops to buy in India across various price segments.
At 35k, if you need a quad-core AMD processor equipped laptop that also has AMD Radeon HD 8570M 2GB DDR3 graphics, then look no further than the HP 15-G002AX, sporting the best configuration at its budget, compared to any other laptop. It also comes with Windows 8.1 64-bit OS, dual-HD audio speakers, and other connectivity ports you'd come to expect from any self-respecting laptop. Buy this, upgrade the RAM to 8GB and you will have a powerful laptop on a low budget!
The Dell Inspiron 3542 is a 15-inch laptop that's worth considering if you're looking to purchase a laptop under a budget of 40k. It has a latest generation Intel Core i5 chip, 4GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, and onboard Intel HD 4000 graphics. Nothing fancy, but a great combo at the price. Definitely a laptop worth buying at its price, if you have a soft spot for Dell.
A plain jane 15-inch laptop that offers a solid buying proposition under 40k. The Acer Aspire E1-572 has everything essential covered, if you're trying to buy a budget laptop. Good specs, a host of connectivity options, full keyboard with dedicated number pad, and it isn't heavy at 2.3 kg either. A pretty good budget laptop that doesn't feel it's cutting any corners.
One of the best sub-50k laptops out there, the HP Pavilion 15-p001tx. It has a nice form factor, an Intel Core i5 chip, oodles of RAM and storage, and NVIDIA GeForce GT 830M graphics with 2GB dedicated memory. It has all the connectivity ports built-in, too. Doesn't step a foot wrong and offers everything a really good laptop should at its asking price.
Sporting a full-HD display, Intel Core i7 chip, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, and AMD Radeon HD R7 M265 graphics with 2GB RAM, the 15-inch Dell Inspiron 5547 is a great all-rounder of a laptop at its asking price. It looks good, can handle whatever you throw at it, and is just a top laptop, all things considered.
If you're looking for a sub-1 lakh rupee gaming behemoth, definitely consider the Lenovo Y50-70, a great gaming laptop at the price. Just take a look at its specs: Full HD 15.6-inch screen, Intel Core i7-4710HQ chip, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 1TB HDD + 8GB SSD, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M graphics with 2GB GDDR5 memory. It's specs are very similar to an entry-level Alienware priced a lot higher. Let's just say that you won't be disappointed while gaming on the Lenovo Y50-70.
This 4K Toshiba laptop has great hardware capabilities. It has an Intel Core i7-4710HQ processor clocked at 2.5 GHz, 16GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive, and Intel HD 4600 graphics paired with 2GB AMD Radeon R9 M265X discrete graphics. And all the connectivity options one would desire, not to mention a 4K UHD screen that can output in 3840x2160 pixel resolution. The best laptop to buy if you want an eye-popping experience at a price of Rs. 86,000.
The MacBook Air is one of the best ultrabooks you'll ever buy, and probably the one that every other manufacturer wants to best with their respective ultrabook offerings. With a 13-inch screen, Core i5 chip, 4GB RAM, and a powerful 128GB SSD, this 1.5 kg industrial design wonder claims to churn out 12 hours of battery life on a single charge. And continues to up the bar for others to beat. If you have the money for it, this is simply a great ultrabook to have.
The Yoga 2 is a great convertible laptop, and a fantastic ultrabook to buy. It features a gorgeous screen, excellent ergonomics, average battery life and great build quality. And it's not short on hardware firepower, either, letting you use it as a work or home ultraportable. Highly recommended if you want a laptop within Rs.60,000.
Toshiba have really created quite a stellar device in the Portege Z30T-A. It?s almost an ideal laptop because it is very light, comfortable, portable, has great battery life, a great keyboard and a lovely screen. It?s only let down by its very high asking price and somewhat bad touchpad. If you can afford it, this is the laptop you should be aiming for.