If you really want a good laptop, you should buy a budget laptop, which means breaking the 35K price barrier. So, if you can go that extra mile by extending your budget, which are the best laptops in India you can buy? To help you out with that we have created this, the list of the best laptops under 40000. While you can raise your budget further and check out other laptops, if you are looking under 40K, these are the best laptops under 40000 in India.
Powered by Intel's 8th Gen Core series CPUs, the IdeaPad S340 combines the strengths of the IdeaPad 330 and IdeaPad 330S. It's the cheapest Lenovo laptop to sport a physical shutter for the webcam. It's a good buy for students and working professionals alike.
Though it runs Chrome OS instead of Windows, the HP Chromebook 14 is an ideal choice for anyone looking to browse on the web, check email, and watch videos occasionally. What's more, the Chromebook 14 sports a solid build for a laptop of its price.
The Lenovo IdeaPad 330S has a classy design, solid build, crisp non-glossy display, and adequate battery life. It features 8th-gen Intel Core series processors. The base model has 4GB of RAM and 1TB of HDD-based storage. The display is a Full HD non-glare unit that displays colours beautifully. Performance on this laptop is decent as long as it's not pushed too far.
The Lenovo ThinkPad E480 is a more mature and bettered rendition of the older ThinkPad E470. It's got a great keyboard and touchpad setup, but it falls short on the display performance. Overall performance is decent, but will be better with an SSD inside.
The 2019 Asus VivoBook 14 is in our top ten list because it's the first model in India to bring the Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU to the masses. It's also a very good laptop otherwise for everyday computing and light entertainment. The keyboard quality has gone up too.
Going further down the price tree we have the Asus Vivobook X541UA. The machine looks good and is performs well, thanks to the 7th gen Intel Core i3 processor. There is 4GB of RAM and 1TB HDD storage on the laptop, but you don't get a OS pre-installed. It is a good machine for students, who might want to install Linux.
If you demand something smaller than an everyday 15.6-inch laptop, the Dell Vostro 3468 might be your best bet. The Dell Vostro line-up is known for its robust build and multiple ports. While the 14-inch laptop only has an HD display, it is powered by the latest gen Intel Core i3 processor and comes with 4GB of RAM. The machine weighs less than 2 kilograms and has a 1TB HDD drive for storage.
Launched in late 2018, the Lenovo IdeaPad 130 comes in 14-inch and 15-inch variants. It has Intel's 8th Gen Core series processors, 4GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive. With no optical disc drive, it weighs in at about 2 kilogrammes.
If your budget is a little tight and still want most out of your money, get the Acer Aspire E5-575G. This particular model is powered by a 6th Gen Intel Core i3 processor, along with 4GB of RAM. It also includes an NVIDIA GeForce 940MX GPU with 2GB of VRAM. The 15.6-inch has an HD resolution only but the display is ample for all kinds of tasks, and 1TB storage is pretty much the standard at this price. Acer also provides a 1 year international warranty on the machine.
If you are looking for a 1080p display though with a dedicated GPU like a NVIDIA GeForce 940MX, then the R558UQ is the laptop to have. It also comes with the latest Intel Core i5 processor and features 8GB of RAM. Although, you do not get a pre-installed OS.
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