When you have a budget of 60,000 Rs. for buying a laptop you can be assured to buy very good laptops that are complete for every kind of tasks. I have written a list of 5 Best Laptops under 50000 Rs. to help you know and decide which are the best laptops under your budget, their specifications, and price.
While buying the laptop, what is most important is your use and the processor of the laptop. Next what matters is the RAM, Screen Size, OS, Graphics, HDD, etc etc. Study and compare all these things and then decide which is the best one for you.
Top 10 Best Gaming Laptops under Rs. 60,000
HP Pavilion 15-n006axApprox Market price: Rs. 31,990
|HP Pavilion 15-n006AX Laptop (APU Quad Core A4/ 4GB/ 500GB/ Win8/ 1GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.32490
Lenovo Essential G505s (59-379987)Approx Market price: Rs. 36,500
|Lenovo Essential G505 (59-379534) Laptop (APU Quad Core A4/ 4GB/ 1TB/ Win8/ 1 GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.32800
A little more dough gets a little extra power. The Essential G505s packs in an AMD Quad-Core A4-5550M APU clocking at 2.1GHz, along with 4GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. The G505s also gets a 15.6-inch (1366 x 768 pixel) screen, but the gaming experience gets a boost with the AMD Radeon HD 8570 (2GB dedicated) graphics. Fairly powerful graphics, and for well under Rs. 40,000, you do get a fair bang for the buck. Preloaded with Windows 8.
Samsung NP350V5C-S0BINApprox Market price: Rs. 41,990
|Samsung NP350V5C-S0BIN Laptop (3rd Gen Ci5/ 4GB/ 1TB/ Win8/ 2GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.38890
Samsung has, over the last 12 months, offered some great deals on laptops. The Series 5 Ultra Touch ultrabook was one such prime example. On the more conventional laptops’ front, this particular machine gets an Intel Core i5-3230M @ 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive and a 15.6-inch (1366 x 768 pixel) display. The AMD Radeon HD7670M (2GB) chip was possibly the best graphics available in affordable laptops some 12 months back, but even now, is among the better scorers in the benchmark tests that we have done. Consider this machine, if you don’t mind paying a little extra over the Dell Inspiron 14, because you get a more powerful processor for the rest of the usage time.
HP Pavilion 15-n007AX
|HP Pavilion 15-n007AX Laptop (APU Quad Core A10/ 8GB/ 1TB/ Win8/ 2GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.46490
While we have tried recommending the more portable 14-inch versions as well, but clearly, the 15.6-inch screen size is the rage for machines that offer powerful graphics. The expectation being that they offer the more wholesome gaming experience, and we cannot disagree. Uncharacteristically for a machine priced above Rs. 40,000, we are seeing an AMD APU - the quad core 4655M clocking at 2GHz. HP packs in 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. For the critical gaming bit, there is the Radeon HD 8670M (2GB dedicated) chip, which aided by the good amount of RAM, makes for a rather smooth gaming experience, thanks to better load times.
Lenovo Essential G400s (59-383645)
|Lenovo Essential G400s (59-383645) Laptop (3rd Gen Ci5/ 4GB/ 500GB/ Win8/ 2GB Graph/ Touch) |
Our Price: Rs.43916
This is where the touchscreen machines come into the picture. And for those who would prefer to have one on their laptops, this is basically the entry level laptop they can consider. The Essential G400s, to be specific, has a 1366 x 768 pixel display. Packs in an Intel Core i5-3230M clocking at 2.6GHz, with 4GB of RAM. The 500GB hard drive is the least you would expect from a laptop these days. For the gaming bit, there is the Nvidia GeForce GT 720M (2GB dedicated), which should handle most of the latest games with varying resolutions and detail levels. But, with a touchscreen at this price, the G400s is a rather interesting proposition.
Dell Inspiron 14R 5421
|Dell Inspiron 14R 5421 Laptop (3rd Gen Ci3/ 4GB/ 500GB/ Win8/ Touch) |
Our Price: Rs.48290
We are not sure why Dell keeps being stingy with the basic specs of the machine, because this machine packs in a Core i3-3227U processor with 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. Quite frankly, this is where the Core i5 processors should be pretty much standard. Happily enough, the Nvidia GeForce GT730M (2GB) graphics does its job very well. Again, the 14-inch display (1366 x 768 pixels) gives this machine a tad more portability than the bigger screen versions. Consider this if you are a hardcore Dell fan.
HP Pavilion 15-E016TX
|HP Pavilion 15-E016TX Laptop (3rd Gen Ci5/ 4GB/ 1TB/ Win8/ 2GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.49990
Powered by the Intel Core i5-3230 processor and 4GB of RAM, the Pavilion-15, available for just above Rs. 45,000, is pretty much ticking all the correct boxes - build quality, price, performance. The 1TB drive should not have you falling short of storage space anytime soon, we believe. The AMD Radeon HD 8670M (2GB dedicated) will get the job done, when it comes to playing your favorite games. Ideally, a bit more RAM would have been helpful with load times and the overall performance boost, but even at this moment, it is a very capable machine.
HP Pavilion M4-1003TX
|HP Pavilion M4-1003TX Laptop (3rd Gen Ci5/ 6GB/ 750GB/ Win8/ 2GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.51990
If for some reason, the Pavilion 15 didn’t convince you, HP has another offering that 's priced in close proximity. The Pavilion M4 gets the same Core i5 processor, but with 6GB of RAM and a 750GB hard drive. The smaller 14-inch display makes this more compact than the 15.6-inch Pavilion 15. HP has packed in the Nvidia GeForce GT730M (2GB dedicated) graphics, which is fairly popular in this price range. Performance that impresses, sleeker and slimmer design and form factor and at a price point just under Rs. 50,000 which makes this a rather neat deal.
Lenovo Ideapad Z500 (59-380463)
|Lenovo Ideapad Z500 (59-380463) Laptop (3rd Gen Ci5/ 6GB/ 1TB/ Win8/ 2GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.50990
For its price, the IdeaPad Z500 is one of the more capable gaming laptops you can buy. Why we say this is because this machine paved the way for the rest of the laptops that you see on this list, by bringing rather neat specs at a fairly affordable price point - at a time when Rs. 50,000 was the basic amount you needed to spend for a fairly capable configuration. It is powered by a Core i5-3230M processor and 6GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive, and a 15.6-inch display (1366 x 768 pixels). The Nvidia GeForce GT 740M (2GB) is more than powerful enough to meet your gaming requirements. Consider this, if you are comfortable with the slightly different keyboard layout.
|Asus S550CM-CJ054H Ultrabook (3rd Gen Ci5/ 4GB/ 750GB 24GB SSD/ Win8/ 2GB Graph/ Touch) |
Our Price: Rs.56290
Possibly the only proper ultrabook to feature on this list of 15 laptops that can double up to play some of your favorite games, the S550 has a very premium build - something reminiscent of the much more expensive Asus Zenbook ultrabook. The processor is the one that we have seen often on ultrabooks - Intel Core i5-3317U, paired with 4GB of RAM. The 750GB hard drive gets the 24GB flash storage for caching, improving performance immensely. The Nvidia GeForce GT 635M (2GB dedicated) chip, paired with a 15.6-inch display is truly a surprise package when it comes to being capable of playing some games. Must consider, if you need a very slim laptop, but don’t want to give up completely on the opportunity to play a game.
HP ENVY 15-j049tx
|HP Envy 15-J049TX Laptop (4th Gen Ci5/ 8GB/ 1TB/ Win8/ 2GB Graph) |
Our Price: Rs.60990
Compared to the Samsung NP550P5C laptop that we just mentioned, everything else would just pale in comparison. But, we would recommend the HP ENVY 15, simply for the latest Haswell processor, better keyboard and the excellent build quality. Not short on power as well - Intel Core i5-4200M clocking at 2.5GHz, 8GB of RAM and Nvidia GeForce GT740M (2GB dedicated) graphics. There is the 1TB drive for storage and the 15.6-inch display. We would recommend this to anyone who basically wants only the very latest processor, considering this might be an investment for a couple of years.