Top 5 Notebooks under Rs 50000 in India [Nov-2014]

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We had covered various topics related to laptops, including the hot topic Top 5 gaming laptops under Rs. 50000 in India. But this time, we are doing something different. We will list the Top 5 Notebooks under Rs. 50000 in India, which are smart and powerful enough to handle your daily jobs, and it can also help you while you are on the move and you need to ease your mind with some entertainment. So, let’s get started.

1. Lenovo Ideapad Z Series

ideapad zThis laptop is perfect for those who need to do a multitasking and often play games on the go. Lenovo Ideapad Z is powered by an Intel Core i5 processor clocked at 2.2 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.1 GHz. For multitasking and swift performance, the laptop has 8GB of DDR3 RAM, which you can expand further upto 16 GB, this is definitely great for those people who do a lot of multitasking and doesn’t want their laptop to freeze when they are doing some important work on it. The laptop has a huge storage space of 1 TB, which should be sufficient enough for storing all your documents, games and movies. The notebook has also got a dedicated GPU, and you will get 2GB Nvidia GT 820M, which should enable you to play some games well. The notebook runs Windows 8 out of the box. Connectivity options include USB, HDMI, Bluetooth, Wifi and Ethernet. This notebook is available for around Rs. 48000 on Flipkart.

Pros:                                                                                                              Cons:

1. Huge HDD capacity                                                                              1.  No USB 3.0 ports

2. RAM and dedicated graphics                                                               2. 32-bit OS architecture

3. No card reader

2. Lenovo Z50-70 Notebook

z501We have talked about this laptop earlier also, as gaming laptop. And no doubt, this notebook is as good other notebooks when it comes to work and entertainment. The notebook is powered by Core i5 (4th Gen) clocked at 1.7 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 2.7 GHz, just for that it got dropped down to 2nd position in our Top 5 Notebooks under Rs. 50000 listing. No worries, this kind of speed is enough for work and also, you can play games pretty well on this notebook. The laptop has got a lesser RAm than Ideapad Z, just 4 GB. But you can expand it up to 16GB pf course. Just like the Ideapad Z, it has got 2GB Nvidia GT820M, which is meant for gaming. The notebook is brilliant in case of display as it offers a full HD resolution (1920×1080). The notebook has got plenty of space with 1 TB HDD and the notebook runs Windows 8.1 out of the box and that too, with 64-bit OS architecture. Connectivity options include two USb 2.0 and one USB 3.0, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI. This great laptop is available for around Rs. 49,000 on Flipkart.

Pros:                                                                                                   Cons:

1. Great Display                                                                             1. Lesser clock-speed

2. Expandable RAM

3. Windows 8.1 preloaded

3. Asus X550LD

Asus X550LDThis notebook from Asus is powered by Core i7 4th Gen, clocked at 1.8 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 3.0 GHz. The notebook has 8GB DDR3 RAm, but there are no options to expand the RAM. The notebook has got a huge space of 1TB HDD. The notebook has got 2GB dedicated graphics powered by a Nvidia GT820M graphics. Connectivity options include USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI and also, it has got an optical drive for writing DVDs. This notebook from Asus costs around Rs. 49,000 on Flipkart. This is one of the best options in our Top 5 Notebooks under Rs 50000 listing.

Pros:                                                                                                         Cons:

1. Sufficient RAM and HDD                                                                1. No RAM expansion options

2. Dedicated graphics                                                                        2. Free DOS

4. Lenovo FLEX 2-14 Notebook

lenovo_g_flexThis notebook from Lenovo is perfect for anyone loves a lightweight notebook with a powerful performance. This laptop weighs merely 2 kgs, but that does not let it down. It is powered by Intel QM87 processor offering a speed of 1.7 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 2.7 GHz. The notebook handles multitasking well with 4GB DDR3 RAM, however you can expand the RAM upto 16GB. The laptop has 500 GB HDD, also it has got 8GB of SSD capacity. This is also a good notebook for you, if you love to play games always on the move. The notebook houses Nvidia GT820M, offering 2GB of dedicated graphics memory. The notebook runs Windows 8.1 preloaded. Connectivity options include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and the notebook houses one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports. This brilliant notebook is available for Rs. 48,000 on Flipkart.

Pros:                                                                                                Cons:

1. Touch                                                                                      1. More RAM could have been added

2. Light-weight

3. SSD

5. Lenovo Ideapad U510

Ideapad-U510This notebook from Lenovo is just amazing in case of mobility and durability. The notebook is powered by Intel Core i5 3rd Gen, offering a speed of 1.7 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 2.6 GHz. The laptop has 4GB DDR3. The laptop weights just 1.7 kgs. But it has got huge storage with 1 TB HDD and also a 24GB SSD. There is a Nvidia NV 610M GFX, offering 1 GB dedicated graphics. The laptop runs Windows 6 (64-bit) out of the box. Connectivity options include HDMI, two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. This ultrabook costs around Rs. 48,500 on Flipkart.

Pros:                                                                                  Cons:

1. Light-weight                                                             1. Could have added more dedicated graphics

2. SSD

So, here it was, our list of Top 5 Notebooks under Rs 50000 in India, which are great and value for money. If you are planning to buy a notebook which delivers great performance, and if you are planning not to spend over 50 thousand bucks, you can pick one of them.

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