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Best laptops under 50000/-

As we know there are lots of laptops in the market ranging under 50000/- and people usually get confused which one is the best choice and also with best features. So today’s article is all about the best laptops under 50000/- and their features. So that people don’t get confused while buying the laptops. The names and features are as follows:-



As powered by Intel’s latest 10th generation Core i5 processor, the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i is a great choice for a large variety for the users. It is also one of the best laptops for students under Rs 50,000 because of its keyboard which has a great typing experience. The Ideapad Slim 3i promises that it will last up-to 5 hours of battery life and we can switch the ‘Max mode’, for maximum CPU lasting and the ‘Battery saving mode’ for optimal battery life. We definitely want that if we’re going to be taking notes the whole day and the typing up assignments all night long. The IdeaPad Slim 3i also has 8GB of RAM onboard along with a 512GB SSD for ultra-fast boot times of the operating system. Last but not the least, can also get a 14 inch full HD display with an anti-glare coating.


OS : Windows 10

Display : 15.6″ (1920 x 1080)

Processor : 10th Gen Intel Core i5 (i5-1035G1)  

1.0 GHz

Memory : 1 TB HDD/8 GB GB DDR4

Weight             :     1.85

Dimension :     362 x 253 x 20

Graphics Processor : NA

Price        : 43,930/-



Now if we are looking for a light but versatile machine, we can turn the gaze towards the Mi NoteBook 14. The laptop is powered by the Intel Core i5 – 10210U processor which has only 4 cores and 8 threads. This laptop also contains the packs of 8GB of DDR4 memory operating at 2666MHz and a 512GB SSD so that the OS and the programs load quickly.


OS           :   Windows 10 Home

Display : 14″ (1920×1080)

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

Memory : 256 GB SSD/8GB DDR4

Weight     : 1.5

Dimension : 17.95 x 323 x 228

Graphics Processor : Intel® HD Graphics 620

Price        :40,999/-

3.HP 15:-

HP 15

As HP 15 isn’t powered by an Intel processor, but for that uses a chip by Team Red. Whereas HP 15 is powered by a Ryzen 5 3200U processor, which we have a chip adequately powerful to be found in laptops for everyday use, even for heavy use. The dual core processor chugs at 2.6GHz and can go up to 3.5Ghz when it hits with a huge load. Other than that, we’ll find 4GB of DDR4 memory on this machine, alongside a 1TB HDD. One advantage of having an AMD based system is that their onboard Vega graphics allows it to run some creative applications, although gaming is definitely not an option.


OS : Windows 10

Display : 15.6″ (1920 x 1080)

Processor : AMD Ryzen 3 3200U  2.6 GHz

Memory : 1 TB HDD/4 GBGB DDR4

Weight : 1.8

Dimension : 246 x 376 x 23

Graphics Processor : AMD Radeon Vega 3

Price           : 30,649/-

4.HP 15S:-

HP 15S

 When we’d like to improve the performance game then up a notch, we can consider the HP 15s which is powered by the AMD Ryzen 5 3500U processor. In this new addition,  the onboard graphics are the Vega 8 graphics, meanwhile there’s potential for running light creative loads .For doing some very light gaming at low settings, almost at 720p. Also we can made it possible and thanks to 8GB of DDR4 memory onboard alongside a 512GB SSD for fast boot and load times


OS : Windows 10

Display : 15.6″ (1920 x 1080)

Processor : 3rd Gen Ryzen 5 3500U |3.7 GHz

Memory : 512 GB SSD/8 GBGB DDR4

Weight : 1.7

Dimension : 242 x 358 x 18

Graphics Processor : AMD Radeon Vega 8

Price    : 48890/-



This laptop is specifically designed for students, the Asus VivoBook Ultra K14 is Solid choice for those who need a laptop under Rs 50,000. In fact, the price tag of the K14 has a little change to buy accessories like a new backpack or a sleeve if we wanted one. We could also use the money for upgrading the onboard 4GB RAM to 8GB RAM if we wanted.Another good thing, however  the laptop also offers a 512GB NVMe drive for storage, and also comes with a fingerprint sensor into the trackpad.


OS : Windows 10

Display : 14″ (1920 x 1080)

Processor : 10th Gen Intel Core i3-10110U | 2.1 GHz

Memory : 256 GB FHD/4 GBGB DDR4

Weight : 1.4

Dimension : 215 x 324 x 18

Graphics Processor : Integrated Intel UHD

Price         : 47499/-



This Lenovo model S145 has been a favourite of ours for the year of 2019, continuing into 2020. It comes from Intel’s 8th gen Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and a 1TB HDD. While we may not get a super speedy SSD, the 1TB HDD makes sure we’re not running out of space anytime soon. The other specs include a 1080p display and a keyboard that made Lenovo a staple across the working class. When we’re looking for one of the best laptops under Rs 50,000 in India, we can’t really be wrong with the Lenovo IdeaPad S145


OS : Windows 10 Home

Display : 15.6″ (1920 X 1080)

Processor : 7th Generation Core Intel I3-7020U | 2.3 GHz

Memory : 1TB HDD/4GB DDR4

Weight : 1.85

Dimension : 362 x 251 x 20

Graphics Processor : INTEGRATED GFX

Price                : 36,000/-

Conclusion :-

Now we get an overall idea about the best laptops under 50000/-. So now no confusion and also understand what to do about the best laptops. 

Which one is the best Laptop or Tablet?

This article is just a buying guide on laptops and tablets, suggest the best device for any situation. Now in doing so, we’ll just try to arrive at a device recommendation that makes sense to some of the hard-earned student loan money on. But now due to advancements in tablet features and the availability of a wide range of keyboard accessories.

In comparison with Tablet:-

We are more comfortable with a tablet inside the classroom for note-making.

There’s one distinct advantage with a tablet enjoyed inside the classroom over an old laptop. The tablet has a rear camera, while a laptop doesn’t have and this makes a huge difference. When we’re sitting in the first row of our classroom, near the blackboard, then if we have to fed up of quick note-taking, we can just take the tablet’s camera app, hold it up and take a photograph of the blackboard, and wonderfully preserving a visual memory of whatever our teaching faculty has made. We can’t do that with a laptop as it big in size and no camera facility, there’s no chance. Our peripheral manufacturers updating the games in terms of highly customised offerings for Android or iOS tablets. We don’t have to find a keyboard, which just simply works with our tablet is now extremely easy. In case of either an iPad or Android tablet, we can find slim keyboards for both of them with OS-specific key layout – for example, in place of a typical Control, Alt and Shift keys found on a QWERTY keyboard for PC use. In case of Android-ready keyboards meant having tablets which have Back, Home, Multitasking, etc., keys to make us feel at home while working in the OS. The conclusion is typing on a customised physical keyboard paired with a tablet is almost the same as typing on a laptop.

In Comparison with Laptop:-

But for the high-performance tasks such as HD video editing, graphics editing with print quality artwork, 3D models rendering and good old PC gaming, we have to do it in a laptop to work with at school, as in tablet just won’t be able to support it. Now we can say that, yes, a tablet has a better battery life in comparison to a Windows laptop. Still, being with a mobile computing device, it simply lasts longer with zero productivity.

However, if we play our cards right and buy a laptop with the latest generation of Intel chips, especially a “U” in their model number, which is sub 2-GHz in clock frequency, then there will be chances to get a Windows laptop that gives us long 6 to 8 hours of battery life, which is definitely uncomparable to a tablet’s battery performance.

In Comparison with battery-Tablet is more preferable:-

In case of Tablets, it last Longer as 

because of the low power requirements of their hardware components, the tablets are designed for efficiency. In fact, the maximum of the tablet’s interior is taken up by the battery. Laptops, on the other side, use more powerful hardware. The battery in a laptop takes up a smaller percentage of the space needed for its internal components. Even with the higher capacity battery offered by laptops, they are unable to run as long as tablets. Many tablets can run up to ten hours of web usage before requiring a charge. In comparison, most of the laptops only run for about four to eight hours.

In Comparison With Storage-Laptop Are More Preferable:-

In case of storage, Laptops have more space. To make the tablets’ size and costs down, manufacturers rely on solid-state storage memory to store programs and data. The technology has a major disadvantage i.e the amount of data it will store. Most of the tablets allow between 16 and 128 gigabytes of storage.In comparison, maximum laptops still use conventional hard drives that hold much more. Most of the average budget laptop, with a 500 GB hard drive, although some have moved to solid-state drives as well. Both the laptops and the tablets include features like USB ports or microSD cards that make it preferable to add external storage.