Entry-Level Laptop Comparison
| by Dushyant Khilnani
Laptops have gradually yet continually undergone a multitude of developments in order to meet the needs of power users. In the bargain, their prices have sky-rocketed too. But when it comes to basic office applications, emails, casual Internet-surfing on the go and light entertainment, a very basic laptop can also suffice.
Essentially, it’s the attractive price tag which sets these laptops apart. This time around, we’ve tested some budget laptops to find out which one is most capable and which one offers the most bang for the buck.
The hardware in these laptops is quite decent and can handle basic computing seamlessly. Of course, since, budget laptops are not designed for high-end and stressful applications, playing games or using demanding programs cannot be expected. Here’s what you can expect - a good single core processor or even an entry-level dual core, around 1 to 2 GB RAM, a 14 or 15-inch screen, onboard graphics, ample hard drive space, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and a good keyboard and touch pad—some even feature numeric pads. Most of them feature at least two USB ports while some have three.
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