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Working from home? We found 5 laptops under Rs 50,000 that check all boxes

We’ve already spent the majority of the year being productive in our homes. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or a creative junkie, you need to invest in the right tools for your home office, which is why having the perfect laptop is important. We’ve put together a list of the best you can get by paying the least. These are the five best laptops under Rs 50,000 to cop for a seamless WFH experience.

Best laptops under Rs. 50,000 to buy in India –

ACER Aspire 3 (The All-rounder)

best laptops under rs 50000

Let’s start with an all-rounder in the affairs of home working tech. The Aspire 3 may be the youngest sibling in the Acer family tree, but it packs a pretty decent package of tech excellence. With a 15.6″ screen and Acer ComfyView™ for care during long hours of work, there’s a 10th Gen Intel® Core with RAM that can be expanded to 20-GB. Powered by an NVIDIA® GeForce® MX330 package and slicked-out by Window’s 10, you get storage of up to 512-GB. It might be a mid-range product, but it’s just the right amount for a seamless WFH experience.

Price: Rs 49,999.

Available at Acer’s online store.

Mi Notebook 14 (Millennial’s choice)

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It’s sleek, stylish, and perfect for millennial hustlers. With a 14″ FHD and Anti-Glare display, this Mi piece guarantees visual excellence and care for your eyes at the same time. Jacked-in with a 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i5, it packs 8-GB of RAM and promises 10 hours of battery life. Even with all this magnitude under the hood, it still strives to create a quieter working experience with a wider air-intake. In terms of style, it’s purely metallic, sandblasted, and weighs just 1.5 kgs.

Price: Rs 43,999 onwards.

Available at MI’s online store.

Lenovo IdeaPad S340 (For graphic experts)

best laptops under rs 50000

We see a tilt towards multi-media here with the Ideapad. With an Intel Core i3 processor paired with an NVIDIA GeForce MX110 2GB graphics package, the 14″ screen is built for visual excellence and performance. You also get 512-GB of space for all the art. Interestingly, the S340 is also jacked with a pair of Dolby Speakers. With an Intel 7th or 8th gen on board, you also get 12-GB of RAM that can carry those heavy-duty applications seamlessly. We think this is a great buy for creative and graphic-driven individuals who are looking for a slick Window’s PC.

Price: Rs 49,290 onward.

Available at Lenovo’s online store.

Asus Vivobook Ultra 14 (Ultra-light yet super-quick)

Asus Vivobook Ultra 14

Being one of the best laptops under Rs 50,000 in India, ASUS strives to add ‘Flair and dynamism to daily computing’ with the Vivobook 15. While being a lightweight everyday tool, it’s a heavy-duty commodity with an AMD Ryzen™ 7 4000 Series Mobile Processor inside. It also boasts an ultra-thin bezel NanoEdge Full HD display. In terms of speed, it packs 8-GB of RAM and 512-GB of space. Two interesting details get our attention – The fingerprint scanner and a colour-blocking yellow key, which breaks away from the simple and elegant colours.

Price: Rs 49,999 onward.

Available at ASUS’s online store

Dell Inspiron 3000 (Budget buy)

Dell Inspiron 3000

We’ve handpicked the Inspiron 3593 from Dell’s 3000 series. It’s well-specced, lightweight and priced just right. As an entry-level variant, it packs a 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i3 inside that paired with 4-GB of RAM, which isn’t the best in its league but enough to get you through the door. The interesting nugget here is its gargantuan 1-TB of storage. In terms of visuals and screen, expect 15.6″ of FHD AG glory. In terms of the simple-yet-decent specs, the massive storage on-board and the price, it is certainly one of the best laptops under Rs 50,000 right now in India.

Price: Rs 36,990 onward.

Available at Dell’s online store.

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Mikhail Gomes
Features Editor, Lifestyle Asia India & Contributor - Augustman
A watch aficionado, Mikhail also enjoys learning about fine whiskies, and one day hopes to establish his own menswear label. At Lifestyle Asia India, he writes on watches, menswear, auto and tech.