As a college student, you don’t have a lot of free time on your hands. You’ve got to juggle between managing your college curriculum, extra-curricular activities, spend time with friends, spend time with your family, and squeeze in some time to binge-watch your favorite Netflix special.
In all these pursuits, your laptop is going to be your best friend, that’s with you through every activity in a busy college day, and hopefully, make some impossible college tasks easier.
Think about what specifications you need on your laptop and the money you are willing to spend on it before you decide to buy the laptop.
Here are the top 5 laptops for College Students that are within a reasonable budget of Rs 40,000 and have great specifications:
Dell is a boon for multi-taskers as its processor will help you zip through different applications without there being any lag.
Graphics Coprocessor: Intel HD 620 Graphics | Processor: Intel Core i3 |Screen Size: 14 inch | Hard Drive: 1 TB HDD | RAM: 4GB | Weight: 3.26kg | OS: Windows 10
This laptop is sturdy, well built, and has decent storage for its price. It is a steal for people who need a laptop to solely connect to the internet.
Graphics Coprocessor: Intel HD 620 Graphics | Processor: Intel Core i3 |Screen Size: 15.6 inch | Hard Drive: 1 TB HDD | RAM: 4GB | Weight: 2.04kg | OS: Windows 10
This laptop is great for binge-watching your favourite series after it helps you do your workload — the Asus never disappoints in terms of display and battery life.
Graphics Coprocessor: Intel HD 620 Graphics | Processor: Intel Core i3 | Screen Size: 14 inch | Hard Drive: 1TB HDD | RAM: 4GB | Weight: 1.55kg | OS: Windows 10
The large keyboard is excellent for people who have to write extensively and extensively. A 15.6-inch laptop, at a 1.9 kg is a steal for people who need to carry their laptop around all the time.
Graphics Coprocessor: Intel HD 620 Graphics | Processor: Intel Core i3 | Screen Size: 15.6 inch | Hard Drive: 256 GB SSD | RAM: 4GB | Weight: 1.9 kg | OS: Windows 10
The Lenovo Ideapad 130 has a well-built processor with a big enough 1 TB hard drive for storage.
Graphics Coprocessor: Integrated Graphics |Processor: Intel Core i3 | Screen Size: 15.6 inch | Hard Drive: 1 TB HDD | RAM: 4GB | Weight: 2kg | OS: Windows 10
Once you have taken into consideration how much you are willing to spend on the laptop and what specifications are important to you, take into consideration your laptop financing options.
Do you want to wait for a big sale that will slash your laptop price into half?
Do you want to spend your savings on it?
You’d ideally want to keep your savings for more important things.
A laptop loan for students for your purchase is also a viable option.
Other than buying a laptop on full price, there are options where you can get a laptop on emi too, if the lack of finance is the only thing that is standing between you and your dream laptop.
|Shiv Nanda is a financial analyst who currently lives in Bangalore (refusing to acknowledge the name change) and works with MoneyTap. Shiv is a true finance geek, and his friends love that. They always rely on him for advice on their investment choices, budgeting skills, personal financial matters and when they want to get a loan. He has made it his life’s mission to help and educate people on various financial topics, so email him your questions at [email protected].|
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