Best Budget laptops under Rs 35,000 for students

Every student must have a laptop in his hand, no? Yes, yes! So are you too planning to buy a laptop that will be helpful for your studies and for your all sorts of knowledge. Here we are landed for you to guide the best products in this niche. This is the reason behind this article. We have listed out the best laptops under the price range of 35,000 INR and remember, we are not sure that the price will be the same with then we publish this article as the dollar and rupee fluctuations are something which is not in our hands.

Again, this article is applicable for everyone who are looking for laptops under 35,000 INR. Here is the 5 best pick of 14 – 15 inch laptops for students that I selected on my personal experience.

These are some of the Good windows laptops under 35k or 35000rs. for students. If you are a student and looking for decent laptops then you can buy anyone of the given below laptops. These are the best laptops under 35000 rupees for students in 2014.

1) HP Pavilion 15-n208TU (Overall nice specification)

Price: 34,550 INR

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HP Pavilion series of notebooks looks decent, and believe, I have never come across with such notebook in the recent days that has glaring deal – breaking features. Based on our past experience, we treat this as the best among HP Pavilion notebooks because it has got 15 inch screen and 3rd generation Intel Core processor including 4 GB RAM and 500 GB Hard drive. 
What makes this separate from others? Despite its common features that every laptop has, it has got an extensive white finish and a textured finish. Not just only notes, but also you can access this for the purpose of multi media and entertainment. A negative point here? Yes, no gaming here.

2) Acer Aspire E1-572 (Nice Looking Budget laptop under 35k)

Price: 34,570 INR

Acer Aspire E1-572 is another 15-inch laptop with an all-black formal appearance that has the latest hardware packed inside. It also has the 4th generation Intel Core i5 process which is of course built in. Overall, this the best laptop in terms of battery life compared to a machine in the category of 3rd generation Intel chips.
This laptop also isn’t for gaming, but you can use this for heavy graphics editing and video editing tools and also the animation software. Literally everything that a college student does. 
The reason why it’s so expensive is that it has got Linux, but not Windows 8 flavor. But you can work with Windows 8 by making some changes.

Acer Aspire E1 572 review video

3) Lenovo Ideapad S510p (59-398253) (Latest Hardware laptop under 35,000 rs)

Price: 33,699 INR

If you would love to have a fully functional laptop that has decent looks, good build quality and all the latest hardware and the latest Windows 8.1 OS, then I would suggest you to buy Lenovo IdeaPad S510p available under 34K.
Machines in Lenovo always have good pair of keyboard and touchpad, and it seems the same has for IdeaPadS510p. There is one thing that we don’t like. It is the RAM with 2GB space. But the point that makes you happy is that you can have another DIMM slot that is easily accessible.

4) Dell Inspiron 15 3537 (Nice Display and reliability)

Price: 34,550 INR

Inspiron series of laptops in Dell is the brand amongst the masses. Talking about the features and specialities, this a good one to have at this price. It has got Intel’s 4th generation chip, 4 GB of RAM, onboard graphics, 500 GB hard drive, and another connectivity feature that covers all the bases. 
It weighs 2.25 kg, and it’s a 15 inch laptop. This might help students or customers who can’t buy laptops at high price.

Dell Inspiron 153537 Review Video

5) Asus X551CA-SX014H (Decent Laptop under 35k students 2014)

Price: 28,991 INR

If you can’t spend more than 30K to buy a laptop, here is an interesting ASUS laptop for you. It is based off Intel’s 3rd Generation chip, which is not as good as Intel’s present 4th generation CPU. Coming to the features, it has 15-inch screen, 4GB RAM, 500 GB hard drive, onboard Intel HD 4000 graphics and Windows 8, which is out of the box. A good looking laptop, if it count looks in your book. 
About Harshit Jain

Harshit Jain is a tech-savvy blogger. He is currently pursuing post graduation from Mumbai University. He likes to share his knowledge through his own blog at TripoSoft & TechHug as well as by writing guest articles on other blogging sites. Follow him on Facebook, Google+, Twitter.