Sunday, August 8, 2021

Top 3 Best Laptops under 50,000Rs in 2021


Top 3 Best Laptops under 50,000 Rs in 2021



1) Lenovo Ideapad slim 3i



The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i is a low-cost notebook designed specifically for remote workers and students. The laptop attempts to provide good value for money while yet being productive. In India, the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i starts at Rs 26,990, but our variant would cost you a little less than Rs 34,990, depending on where you buy it. Is the new IdeaPad Slim 3i, however, capable of meeting your productivity needs? So, stay tuned to find out.



The 14-inch Full HD (1080p) TN panel of the IdeaPad Slim 3i has a brightness of 250 nits. The display's viewing angles aren't great, and the lack of an IPS panel is obvious. Furthermore, while the screen does not precisely display colors, it is adequate for the price. The screen appears to be well-suited for work, but not so good for consuming leisure, in our opinion.



The IdeaPad Slim 3i is a thin and light laptop. Lenovo sent us a laptop with an Intel Core i3-1005G1 processor and Intel UHD Graphics. The CPU was combined with 8GB of DDR4 RAM, which can be expanded to a total of 12GB. Ours came with 256GB of PCIe M.2 SSD storage, but it can also be ordered with HDD or hybrid storage (HDD + SDD).


Although performance on the Slim 3i was pretty sufficient, we normally have qualms suggesting laptops with Core i3 CPUs. Whether the laptop was plugged in or operating on batteries, multitasking between MS Office programs and Chrome was rather seamless. If you're only intending to use this laptop for basic productivity tasks, you won't notice any lag.


You shouldn't be gaming on this machine, given its specifications. However, some casual games and even mobile games that run on PC will work properly.


Battery life

Lenovo states that the IdeaPad Slim 3i has a battery life of up to 7.5 hours, although as with other firms, that estimate appears to be inflated. In real-world situations, that amount would be closer to five hours than 7.5 hours. When multitasking, we got just under four hours, and when watching material, we got just over five hours. The battery life was a little disappointing, but it was still adequate for the price.



To summarise, if you require a laptop for workplace use, it is difficult to justify not purchasing the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i. Although there are several areas where this notebook may improve, the IdeaPad Slim 3i excels in all of the areas that are crucial to workplace productivity. In terms of value for money, this is one of the best laptops available; Lenovo's price-to-performance ratio is spot on. Sometimes it's enough to get the basics right, and Lenovo has done just that with the IdeaPad Slim 3i.


     OS -     Windows 10

     Display -          15.6" (1920 x 1080)

     Processor -     10th Gen Intel Core i5 (1.0 GHz)

     Memory -        1 TB + 8GB HDD/8 GBGB DDR4

     Weight -          1.85

     Dimension -     362 x 253 x 20

     Graphics Processor -  NA


2) Asus Vivobook 15


We had great hopes for the Asus VivoBook 15, a bargain laptop. Budget laptops, as you may be aware, frequently appear to be too good to be true. The prospect of getting enough performance to get you through a few years for a very low price is pretty appealing. However, when you spend less, you frequently receive less.


The VivoBook 15's 15.6-inch display with 1920 x 1080 resolution has a very little bezel on either side of the laptop, with a little extra at the top to accommodate the webcam. However, aside from its widescreen appearance, the display's poor color profile and strange viewing angles make it a disappointing device for watching internet video.



Most budget laptops can run for well over six hours on a single charge, but the VivoBook 15 failed to do so. Through continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness, it barely lasted five hours and 20 minutes. Although it outperformed the Acer Aspire 5 (6:55) and the HP 15 Laptop (4:57) in lab tests, it falls short of the average of the other budget laptops evaluated (6:39).



The VivoBook's Intel Core-i3 processor and 8GB of RAM are highly capable. I was able to shuffle through dozens of Google Chrome tabs as well as my cloud-based Adobe Lightroom collection without the fans sounding like they were getting ready to take off. The integrated Intel UHD graphics to see if they could handle a classic game. As we went through low-quality-rendered icy slopes in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the VivoBook 15 maintained between 18 and 25 frames per second.



     Display - 15.60-inch

     Display - 1920x1080 pixels

     Processor - Core i7

     RAM - 8GB

     OS - Windows 10

     Storage - Hard disk1TB

     Graphic - Nvidia GeForce MX150



3) Mi Notebook 14



Earlier this year, Xiaomi released the Mi Notebook 14 and Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition. It was the company's first foray into the Indian laptop market, and both models generated a lot of interest among the tech community. The Horizon Edition has since become one of our top selections for around Rs 50,000. However, the less expensive model competes in a crowded market with fierce competition.



The laptop is still pretty light, and it is clearly designed for portability. It has a 14-inch screen with resolution 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. The display is almost identical to that of the Horizon Edition. The display has a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 178-degree viewing angle, with 5.75mm side bezels.


Battery Life

The laptop also excels in terms of battery life and charging. A 46Wh battery is included, and Xiaomi managed to keep the 65W fast charging from the Horizon Edition. The laptop, according to the manufacturer, may last up to 10 hours on a single charge. In actuality, we were not dissatisfied in the least.



The Mi NoteBook 14 impresses in terms of performance. The Intel Core i5-10210U Comet Lake processor powers the unit we received. It's a quad-core processor with eight threads for increased performance. It operates at a basic frequency of 1.6GHz, with a turbo boost of up to 4.2GHz. The laptop uses the lower-power 15W TDP model, which is similar to the Horizon Edition. The edition we tested had a dedicated Nvidia MX250 GPU with 2GB of GDDR5 VRAM for graphics. It comes with Intel UHD Graphics 620 as well.



     OS -     Windows 10 Home

     Display -          14" (1920x1080)

     Processor -     10th Gen Intel Core i5-10210U | 1.6GHz

     Memory -        256 GB SSD/8GB DDR4

     Weight -          1.5kg

     Dimension -     17.95 x 323 x 228

     Graphics Processor -  Intel® UHD Graphics 620





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