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Best laptops under Rs 45,000 students can buy

When it comes to notebooks for students, most seek value for money. However, considering the variety of laptops available, that is no mean feat.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Apr 18, 2016, 09.25 AM IST
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When it comes to notebooks for students, most seek value for money. However, considering the variety of laptops available, that is no mean feat.
When it comes to notebooks for students, most seek value for money. However, considering the variety of laptops available, that is no mean feat.
When it comes to notebooks for students, most seek value for money. However, considering the variety of laptops available, that is no mean feat. ET lists the best options in the sub-Rs 45,000 price bracket.

ASUS EEEBOOK X205 Price: Rs 15,000
If you prefer a compact device with great battery life, the X205 from Asus is recommended. You get a 11.6-inch display in a device weighing less than 1kg. Hardware includes quad core Intel Atom, 2GB RAM and 32 GB flash storage which can be expanded. The best part is the battery life—a claimed 12 hours’ backup.

ACER ASPIRE ES1 - 520 Price: Rs 22,000
Looking for a value for money offering for basic daily use? The Aspire ES1 checks all the boxes. It gives you a 15.6-inch display and runs an AMD dual core processor. Other specifications include 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive storage, AMD Radeon graphics and a 3-cell battery. It comes preloaded with Windows 10 OS.

ASUS R558UF Price: Rs 45,000
Weighing 2.3kg, the Asus notebook offers a 15.6-inch display in a stylish two tone finish. It is one of the cheapest notebooks to offer the latest 6th gen Intel core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 2GB dedicated Nvidia 930M GPU and a 1TB hard drive. You get three USB ports, HDMI, Ethernet, DVD drive and a 2-cell battery offering up to 4.5 hours backup.

HP 15-AF001 Price: Rs 29,000
The only notebook in the sub-Rs 30,000 range that comes with dedicated GPU and Windows OS. You get a quad core AMD A8 processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB hard drive and AMD Radeon M330 graphics with 2GB dedicated memory. Weighing 2.1kg, it has a 15.6-inch display, full size keyboard and runs Windows 8.1

LENOVO B5080 Price: Rs 40,000
This is amongst the cheapest notebooks available today to come out of the box with 8GB RAM. Other specifications include 5th gen Intel Core i3 processor, 1TB hard drive, dedicated GPU and a 15.6-inch HD display. It comes preloaded with Windows 10 OS and Lenovo claims up to 4 hours of battery backup from a full charge.

LENOVO YOGA 300 Price: Rs 31,000
If you want a notebook that can be used in multiple modes, then the Yoga 300 is the answer. It has a 11.6-inch HD touchscreen and runs Windows 10 OS. Inside you get 6th generation Intel Pentium processor, 4GB RAM and 500GB SSHD for optimum performance. It weighs just 1.4kg and has battery life of up to 5 hours.

DELL INSPIRON 15 Price: Rs 35,000
Inspiron series of notebooks from Dell are known for their sturdy build and excellent performance. The Inspiron 15 3000 series is available in various configurations with choice of Intel processor, 4GB RAM, up to 1TB storage and Windows 10 OS. The screen size is 15.6-inches and Dell says the battery lasts up to 7 hours.

ACER ASPIRE E5 Price: Rs 32,000
If graphics performance is priority, the Aspire V5 offers a dedicated Nvidia 920M GPU with 2GB memory. The 15.6-inch notebook runs Windows 10 on a 5th gen Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB RAM and 1TB hard drive. It weighs 2.4kg, offers 3 USB ports, Ethernet, webcam, optical drive and a battery with over 5 hours of backup.

HP 14-AC108TU Price: Rs 32,500
This 14-inch notebook is sleek, stylish and lightweight at 1.9kg. You get a 5th generation Intel Core i3 processor with 4GB RAM, Intel HD graphics and 1TB of hard drive. The display has a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels and the notebook comes preloaded with Windows 10. You get 3 USB ports, HDMI, Ethernet as well as a DVD writer.

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