We all know that lockdown is not going to be permanent. People are going to start buying laptops and phones as before. If you plan to buy a laptop under 50000 INR, there are a few key considerations.

Firstly, you should aim for Intel core i5 8th Gen or AMD Ryzen 5 processor. Intel i3 7th Gen or Intel i5 6th gen is the bare minimum. In AMD options, AMD Ryzen 3 3rd Gen or AMD Ryzen 5 2nd Gen are decent budget options.

Go for an 8 GB RAM or at least 4 GB RAM with the expandable slot. If you are to resort to HDD, consider getting an additional M.2 SSD slot. These parameters help keep up with the fast computing demands of 2020.

In regards to visuals, a 15.6″ Full HD display should suffice. Aim for a 3-4 GB GFX card with dedicated graphics. If you are not getting dedicated graphics, make sure to get integrated graphics on your laptop. It will provide for the basic gaming experience.

To help you with choosing a top laptop, we have compiled the list of best laptops under 50,000 INR for 2020.

Acer Nitro 5:

Acer Nitro 5 is the real all-rounder in sub 50,000 INR category. It comes with AMD Ryzen 5 processor. The 4 GB NVIDIA on top of superior performance is a selling point. It is the laptop with the best graphics in this price range. It’s easily one of the best laptops for students.

Acer Aspire 5:

It has 512 SSD that makes the entire setup to operate faster. The write and reading speed while opening a program is excellent. The model boots at blitzing speeds.  It’s for regular day to day usage, devoid of gaming or video editing. The 15.6” is pretty much standard in Acer laptops.

This premium laptop is priced just around 50,000 INR. The fancy keyboard and sleek logo will surely get your attention. It’s a mid-level gaming laptop that is built for performance, Hence it weighs a tad bit higher at 2.20 Kg. The black and red colour scheme look kickass.

Lenovo Ideapad 330:

The 4 GB graphics card from NVIDIA is the highlight of this laptop. It’s perfect for video editors and hardcore gamers. It’s an all-round laptop that scores immensely on graphics. Besides graphics, you can bank on 8 GB RAM and 1 TB HDD. This is for sure a top-level model available at a modest budget.

ASUS TUF FX505DY:

It’s a half-decent gaming laptop powered by AMD. The suggested model has 15.6” FHD display. It’s very easy to carry around, despite the tad bit extra weight. If gaming is your priority, you cannot overlook this model. The 3 GB Graphics card accounts for improved gaming quality.

Acer Aspire 5 Slim A515-43:

It’s a super-slim laptop with superb graphics. It features AMD Ryzen 5 3500U quad-core processor and Vega 8 graphics. The silver colour looks so cool and professional. Premium looks and mobility counts a huge plus. The 15.6” screen proves just about enough for the superior graphics performances.

ASUS VivoBook 15 Quad Core:

The screen to body ratio is perfected for optimal ergonomic comfort. This laptop is super thin and feels sleek. The fingerprint sensor is an interesting feature in this budget laptop. The 720 pixel HD cam is another premium addition too. Its crisp display and excellent viewing angle appeal to just about anyone.

ASUS VivoBook 15 Ryzen 1TB HD:

It’s the AMD version of the same ASUS VivoBook 15 model. It covers up for the slightly outdated 7th generation i3. The 1 TB hard disk adds to the appeal of this budget model. Similar to the Intel version, the laptop feels light and compact. Vega 8 Graphics makes it a steal at this price point. This is a laptop you can carry to your school or office with such ease.

ASUS VivoBook 14:

It’s as sleek and light as Asus VivoBook 15. It presents a compact 14” display. The full HD display is soothing to the eye. The display can be described precisely as crisp and clear. It can be the perfect travel mate during flights. The Vega 8 graphics help with gaming and multi-tasking. Asus often brings some of the best laptops for students.

Lenovo IdeaPad S145:

It comes in both Intel i3 8th Gen and Ryzen 3rd Gen versions. We suggest going with Intel processor for 8th Gen features. The 4 GB RAM comes with an expandable slot. M.2 SSD slot makes upgrades seamless. To add to the comfort, you can rotate the screen up to 180 degrees.

HP 15 Touchscreen Laptop:

It is a 15.6” touchscreen laptop. The full HD display works well for touch. You get a mammoth 1 TB of storage space. This model is perfect for working in creative fields. This laptop is strictly not for gaming. It comes pre-installed with the Windows 10 operating system.

Acer Aspire 3 Thin 8th Gen Core i3:

Acer Aspire 3 scores highly in performance and support. There won’t be much lag to see, even while working on full capacity. It comes pre-installed with Windows 10 64 bit operating system. It delivers a modest 256 GB SSD and integrated graphics. It provides you with 8 hours of battery life.

HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop:

HP is a brand that is revered for sound and graphics. This gaming laptop does well to keep up the reputation. It comes with 15.6” FHD screen and AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen processor. The 3 GB NVIDIA makes this laptop stand out in the list. Windows 10 is pre-installed in this model.

Dell Vostro 3581:

This is one of the fewest Dell models in this price range. The specifications are mostly make-do kind of stuff. They give you Intel i3 7th Gen processor, 15.6” display, 4GB expandable RAM and Intel HD Graphics, with pre-installed Windows 10 operating system.

Lenovo ThinkBook 14 Intel Core i3 10th Gen:

This is a DOS-based laptop, allowing you to choose the operating system of your choice. It comes with Intel Core i3 10th Gen processor and 14” anti-glare display. It barely qualifies as an under 35,000 model as well, with constantly fluctuating prices.