Is your old laptop taking way too long to boot up when all you want to do is make a few changes to a spreadsheet?
Or is your Netflix watching experience getting stale?
Are you looking to buy a new entry-level laptop for work or pleasure?
Just take a look at what we think are the top five best laptops under 40,000 rupees. Just to let you guys know this list is based on the specifications of the laptop.
1. Lenovo IdeaPad S340
On # 1 we have the Lenovo IdeaPad 340.
Lenovo’s new range of Ideapads is slimmer and lighter than before by quite a margin.
The IdeaPad 340 is for you if you want a laptop with good looks. It has a matte finished metal cover on the top that gives it an air of class.
It’s got good specs like the 15 inch IPS LCD display is full HD and the Intel CPU belongs to the 8th generation.
The solid state drive keeps boot up times quick but necessity it’s the purchase of an external hard drive for storage space it’s an ideal choice for you if you don’t need too much storage space for photos and videos.
At 1.87 kgs it’s lighter than others in this list sadly it has no dedicated video memory but it’s still easily one of the best laptops for its price out there.
2. Lenovo IdeaPad S340
On #2 we have the Dell Inspiron 5570.
You generally can’t go wrong with a Dell Inspiron it’s been around since the 90s. The Inspiron 5570 has a 15.6-inch display with the full HD resolution making it suitable for binge-watching TV shows.
Some of its variants feature Intel’s obtain memory which makes loading stored data faster if you are into a lot of data transferring.
You will appreciate the presence of a USB type-c port on the Inspiron. At 2.2 kilos it’s pretty easy on your arm muscles
On the downside, it’s not good for video games.
3. Acer Aspire 5
On #3 we have the Acer Aspire 5. The Acer Aspire 5 should fit the bill if you want a laptop for pleasure. Its 15.6-inch display is large and has a full HD resolution.
But be warned the colors on this look quite dull and at 2.2 kilos it’s not too heavy in the backpack. The MX 130 GPU with 2gb of dedicated video memory gives the machine some ability to handle light images and video editing.
You can even venture to play some not so recent game titles on it.
Ram is a healthy AGV but the laptop does not come with Windows 10 pre-installed.
4. Lenovo ThinkPad E4 80
On #4 we have the Lenovo ThinkPad E4 80.
Thinkpads are known for their sturdiness and overall usability in the corporate world.
Choose the E480 if you want a fingerprint scanner, a supremely comfortable keyboard, and a precise touchpad. It’s an ideal machine for writing long documents and emails.
On the downside, its 14-inch 768 p display is somewhat colorless. It has an integrated Intel GPU so attempt playing games at your own risk.
Also, Windows 10 must be bought separately fortunately, the RAM is an easily upgradable component in the thinkpads. So you can always bump it up to 8gb when you feel like it needs more.
5. HP Notebook 15
On #5 we have the HP notebook 15 which is for you if you like spending long hours on YouTube or Netflix. Because it has a large 15.6-inch display with full HD resolution. It’s not too bad for a few light games like life is strange either. Because it’s equipped with 2GB of dedicated video memory
And at 2.18 kilos it’s fairly easy on your shoulders.
The HP 15 is one of the few models left in the market to feature an optical disc drive. So, if you are still into making mixtape discs for your friends it’s your chance to get burn disks.