Top 10 Cheap Laptops for Student Back to School 2017

It’s that time for you to decide the best budget laptops, here are 10 inexpensive laptops for students. There’s not going to be a comparison of them, it’s just three individual laptops and depending on what you do as a student or what you want to do with your laptop, you might be interested in one of these. Many factors were involved with putting this list together for determining which budget laptops were the best including system specs user and critic reviews, units sold, bill quality and most importantly overall value. We will go for the key features of each laptop as always additional information can be found in store and they’re all great options for personal business or for school use.

Top 10 Cheap Laptops for Student Back to School

Top 10 Cheap Laptops for Student Back to School

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First off, we have the Lenovo Z50. So this is the middle ground between a budget laptop and something that can handle gaming. This one’s all about cramming the maximum amount of specs into the cheapest possible computer. This is the biggest laptop here with 15.6-inch display, but that’s also probably it’s biggest weakness, as it is only a 1366 by 768 resolution. On such a big screen, it just doesn’t look great. And on top of that, it’s a fairly low-end TN panel, which means the color, and especially viewing angle and contrasts, could be a lot better. The upside is that it has an AMD FX-7500 quad-core APU, eight gigabytes of RAM, and Radeon R7 integrated graphics. At this price, you’re going to be hard-pressed to find a more powerful gaming laptop.

Stepping up the budget a little bit, we have the Lenovo Y700. What I like about this is that even though it’s a gaming laptop, it’s actually nicely well-rounded. With a 14-inch display, it’s still somewhat portable, but you have plenty of room for gaming, and I actually really like the look of it. A lot of gaming laptops can be a little bit over the top, but with this, it’s actually a fairly subtle design. Inside, it has fairly powerful specs.

With an Intel Core i7-6700HQ quad-core processor, 16 gigabytes of DDR4 memory, as well as dedicated Radeon R9 370 M graphics. Jumping into a game like Overwatch, this is totally playable. So on 1080p, on medium settings, we’re getting anywhere between 40 to 60 frames, depending on how much action’s going on But regardless, this is very much playable This guy also has a 256-gigabyte M2 SSD, paired with a one-terabyte hard drive. And when you put it all together, not only is this a solid laptop for taking with you every day, but it can definitely handle some gaming.

You can get some very cheap laptops out there for like 200 bucks that have Windows 10 on them but those laptops wouldn’t last for regular use for what a student does day in day out putting it out of your bag using it every day. The 10 are very well-built, well-priced laptops that all do different things. Hope you get one that meets your requirements.