When choosing a laptop for a student, you need to pick something reasonably priced, lightweight, stylish, and can get everyday tasks done without a hassle. Here are some of the best such laptops.
Students don’t usually need a system with top of the line specifications or features that only a power user would make use of. Students can get the job done with low spec systems which feature Intel Core i3 processors- a processor that’s good at handling everyday tasks, multimedia playback, web browsing, online applications, taking down notes, and more. These laptops can even get the task done with 4 to 8 GB of RAM, as students don’t need to run heavy applications all that much. On the off chance that a student may need more power and performance, the CPU can handle lightweight work on several different heavy applications. Most of these laptops are great value for money picks, which is why they are ideal for students.
Here’s a laptop that’s built for everyday use such as browsing the web, playing multimedia such as videos, movies and more, jotting down notes, and quickly creating files and accessing online applications. It features a 15.6-inch screen, which is full HD, making for immersive viewing experiences. The laptop is quite big and also houses a number pad, which is quite helpful for students in accounting and similar subjects. Furthermore, the laptop is backed by 8GB of RAM, which helps the system run applications seamlessly and without issues. The high RAM count can also come in handy if you plan to run some heavy applications such as Adobe apps. Since students require speed, the laptop features 256GB of internal SSD storage, which keeps things fast, snappy and responsive.
The lighter the laptop, the better it is for student use - students lug around a laptop pretty much everywhere these days because almost everything important can be stored in there and conveniently accessed. The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3 is one of the best laptops in this regard - it has a stylish design, is pretty lightweight, and packs in an Intel Core i3 processor. The 15.6-inch screen size is optimal for the classroom or watching videos in a dorm. Along with that, you get 8GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage to work around with. These specifications ensure the laptop runs smoothly and can even handle light work in designing, photo and video editing applications. Incidentally, the laptop keeps data safe with the help of a fingerprint scanner, a feature that’s not very common in the value segment.
Here’s a rather productivity-focused laptop. It features a full-size 15.6-inch screen, which makes the laptop chassis sizeable too. Acer could thus integrate a keyboard with a number pad, which can come in quite handy if you’re a student or a working professional. The 15.6-inch panel sports a full HD resolution, which makes it great for watching multimedia content. As for classwork and projects you would do on the laptop, the Intel Core i3 processor can easily manage such workload. Furthermore, the 4GB RAM is good enough to manage most of the applications you might run on it, such as VLC media player, Microsoft office and other similar applications. There’s also a 256GB SSD, which should help sustain performance in the long run.
Students can make the most out of a 2-in-1 laptop. This one does just that - give users a great foldable laptop experience. It is lightweight, compact enough to be used as a tablet or as a laptop. It has a 14-inch screen with full HD resolution, giving you the most out of the content you view on it. This ensures that even on the go, you can make notes, take down points, or get things done if you’re a digital artist. The laptop is backed by an Intel i3 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. These components are the sweet spot for students and those users who want a laptop that can carry out everyday tasks and browse the web seamlessly. All in all, the laptop packs promising performance along with a stylish design.