10 Best Laptop Brands of 2019 Reviewed


Looking for a new laptop? Buy one from these brands ranked for 2019 with their overall features, performance, innovation, value, support, review followed by consumer reports.

Since modern laptops are equipped with efficient CPU, faster RAM, and snappier storage with greater capacities; the new features associated with each renowned laptop brands are bit more. This is the reason why most of the students and businessmen turn towards investing in the well-known laptop brands which suit their needs.

In fact, a reliable laptop brand can offer considerably better efficiency and unrivaled echelon of portability with easier access to the user in their day to day task.

So the biggest advantage of owning a laptop is the compact design that allows us to carry it like a notebook and enables the user to work anytime from anywhere. Since the latest laptop models barely use power, it can be operated on battery during a power outage.


It’s a really difficult task to pick the best laptop brand and when we compare its models, things could easily become chaotic. That is why we have evaluated a list of best laptop brands based on various frameworks and have been ranked for regular users.

Best Laptop Brands Ranked

These brands are ranked based on their build quality or durability, overall performance, specifications, value for money and many other factors which are required.

#02HP 18/2016/20 12/15 14/15 26/30 86/100
#03Dell 18/20 15/20 14/15 12/15 25/30 84/100
#04Asus 16/20 14/20 12/15 14/15 26/30 82/100
#05Apple 16/20 12/20 14/15 14/15 22/30 78/100
#06Acer 18/20 18/20 12/15 14/15 12/30 74/100
#07MSI 12/20 16/20 12/15 10/15 22/30 72/100
#08Razer 18/20 18/20 12/15 10/15 12/30 70/100
#09Microsoft 16/20 16/20 12/15 13/15 13/30 70/100
#10Samsung 12/20 10/20 13/15 12/15 15/30 62/100

This scorecard is divided into 5 parts – Design (20 Points), Innovation (20 Points), Support (15 Points), Value (15 Points), and Overall Review (30 Points).

Best Laptop Brands Reviewed Followed by the Consumer Report

Below listed laptop brands are the best choices based on current market trends.

Not all brands are created equal – every laptop manufacturer targets its own audience.

Atul Kumar Pandey

#01. Lenovo (88/100)

Lenovo is known to be the largest computer manufacturing company from China.

The original name of Lenovo was Legend Holdings; back in 2004 they changed their business name from Legend Holding to Lenovo and later in 2005 they acquired the former Personal Computer Division of IBM, the company that invented the PC industry in 1981.

The designs of Lenovo laptops tend to be Dark or Gray and Nondescript. They might lack in style segment but come with the strong build quality. They are renowned for quality components and hardware. Their laptops are reliable and last for a longer span of time.

Business, which requires durable and sturdy laptops mostly like Lenovo brand first.

Best Lenovo Laptops

Lenovo offers a wide range of laptop models like ThinkPad (for Work), Yoga, Legion (for Gamers), Flex and IdeaPad.

#02. HP (86/100)

HP which is also known as “Hewlett-Packard” is one of the most recognized and valuable brands when it comes to laptops. They offer the laptop with a balanced combination of functionality and style and ranked higher among the consumer as well as office users.

HP laptops are mostly aimed towards a wide range of consumers like home users, office users, and students that’s why we ranked HP on the 2nd rank on our list of best laptop brands.

So for everyday use one can go with HP brand.

Best HP Laptops

HP too has comprehensive models like Spectre, Envy, Elitebook, Probook, Zbook, Notebook, Pavilion, Chromebook.

#03. Dell (84/100)

If you are a true Windows lover and want a perfect brand of a laptop which has unbelievable performance and supplies quality after-sale services then Dell comes first.

Dell is a renowned brand that has been designing laptops for masses in different price ranges. If you are looking for the best laptop brands that worth the money you spend, go with Dell brand.

Best Dell Laptops

Dell offers models like XPS, Alienware (for Gamers), Precision, Inspiron, Latitude (for Work), Chromebook.

#04. Asus (82/100)

ASUS is well known for its high-quality components and is the topmost laptop brand when it comes to affordability. Its laptops are available at different prices ranging from $300 to $2399 and the high-end models are aimed for premium users. Their designs are solid and pretty straightforward so we rank in on the 4th on our best laptop brands list.

#05. Apple (78/100)

When it comes to the best laptop manufacturer that knows how to innovate and change the market game, Apple stands foremost among them all.

They have essentially revolutionized many an industry with their products. Apple laptops are renowned for their build class and come with ease of using features.

The overall design tends to be excellent and elegant, which is the main feature of Apple machines. However, some of their recent design changes are famous for critics (like – Butterfly keyboard, unbearable overheating issues at the bottom) still they are better for studio users.

If you are not on a budget, then it is a good choice.

#06. Acer (74/100)

Acer is ranked as the 6th leading laptop brand on our list and is highly recognized by the public.

It is common to see Acer devices in the internet café. Whether you want utility, ultimate portability or simplicity, you can go with Acer.

Since they have everything for everyone it is not difficult to select their models.

#07. MSI (72/100)

MSI is well known for high-quality motherboards and dedicated graphics cards but now they have entered into Laptop manufacturing. While it is not the right choice for people on a very tight budget but their products have high-quality components that make sense to invest in.

Their most of the laptops are available around $1,000-$1,500 and are the most reliable one for mediocre and high-end users. Gamer, editor or heavy tasker users can go with MSI.

#08. Razer (70/100)

Razer is an American based company which is specialized in computer hardware and knows especially for ultraportable gaming laptops. Razer Inc. is one of those company which has a deep footprint in the latest technology like the latest gaming equipment, wearable techs and all.

Most of their laptops’ designs are clone of MacBook Pro models – thin and lightweight. Still, they are powerful enough to compete against any popular gaming laptops.

If you want something out of the box Razer’s laptop makes sense to buy.

#09. Microsoft (70/100)

Microsoft is a new contender on this list of best laptop brands and with their latest Surface Book and Surface Pro lines, they have already gained lots of attention from the users.

Most of the models are sleek in design and facilitate touch screens to support Windows 10.

Their laptops are dependable and function as advertised. If you want a premium design with a powerful system it is a worth to invest in Microsoft laptops.

#10. Samsung (62/100)

Samsung has garnered a lot of reputations in the last few years for their products. It has been manufacturing laptops at different price ranging from $249 to $1399. Whether you are on tight budget or have enough money, you can get the one that gratifies your needs.

This is the list of best laptop brands which can be considered as the best buy.

How to Pick a Right Laptop Brand?

If you are confused with the dozen of options, break your requirements into three parts as the brand name – hardware stuff – system software or operating system.

01. Brand Name

Not all brands are same, we already saw the list of best laptop brands above and there is no doubt that all of them are designed for the specific need.

So pick one which is easily available at your location, which has the nearest service center (for future maintenance), and finally budget you would like to spend.

02. Hardware Specs

On mobile motherboard which is used in laptops, you may find numbers of the technical term. Like Processors, RAM, Graphics, Storage and Touch Screen. Here you need to make a plan what you need. Since these terms are always confusing we are briefing these in short.

Screen Size

The screen size is a major factor for any laptop. If you are a game lover then you should go for big screen above 15 inches. If you are a student then you need 12 to 15-inch laptop. For entrepreneurs, the laptop screen should be also on average size like 13 inches. Today, the laptops displays exceed 15 inches, the display size of many desktops. The drawback of these systems can easily weight triple times as much as an ultra-light.


Now we come to the master of all the things and work, the Processor. Processor helps the complete system to respond and process the data with particular clock speed. There are various generations of processors which are available in the market. Like – Atom, Pentium, Celeron, etc.

These processors and their generations basically describe the working speed of the system.

Nowadays there is stiff competition between AMD and Intel and these are the two major key-players in processor manufacturing industry. AMD has A, FX, E-Series, and Ryzen where Intel has Atom, Pentium, Core 2 Duo, i3, i5, and i7. They are for beginners, intermediate, more intermediate, gamers or professionals simultaneously.

If you are into gaming always go with Intel’s i series or AMD’s Ryzen series; the same thing applies to editors too who need high-end laptops. So try to buy maximum cores and stick with new generations.

Best ones are i3, i5, and i7. In addition to this always try to purchase a processor with cache memory at least 3MB. This also increases the speed of data processing and enables enough space for multitasking.

RAM (Memory)

The non-volatile memory of the system is also major things to detect while purchasing the laptop. The higher space (RAM) is helpful to process the data from the hard disk to the user. If hard-disk is larger, then the system will get more space to perform the programs all there would be fewer chances for system hang. But it should be compatible with the processor speed so it also big players in the working. There are many types of RAM available in the market like DDR2, DDR3, and DDR4. The latest one and fastest and economical is DDR4. So please confirm the RAM before purchasing it.

The second thing the laptop should have at least two slots for RAM so that in future if you want expands the memory you can expand it without removing the first one. Some subsystem comes with 2GB of RAM, some budget laptop comes with 4GB or 8GB of RAM and if you spend little more you may find some laptop models with 16GB which is definitely beneficial for High-End Games and CAD or Graphics Programs.


You will find this option more confusing since there are tons of models, so indirectly you can prefer top contenders which are NVIDIA and AMD. You just need to pick one with better graphics memory. 2GB is essential for graphics-intensive works and 4GB is required for high-end gaming.

The most popular one from NVIDIA is GTX 1080 which is capable of playing all the heavy games with highest frame rates. For mediocre users, GTX 1050, 1060 and 1070 will be more than enough.


Hard Drive is a place where we store all small and big things like pictures, movies, and songs etc. This all need a larger space where it all can store. Actually, the large space saves money also which we spend on the external storage when storage runs out.

The hard drive should be at least 500 GB to 1TB. This will complete all your storing need. Hard Disk also improves the response time of the system, as it can easily deliver the data to the processor at a fast rate.

The hard drive is also a major key player in laptop selection.

Most new laptops are equipped with SSDs (Solid State Drives) which is 10x times faster than any tradition HDD (Hard Disk Drive) and it doesn’t make any spinning sound, but it costs more than HDD.

Still for storage HDDs are the ideal solution because of its cost, but for performance, we must all must stick with SSDs.

Touch Screen

As technology is getting advanced, there are many systems you will find with a touch screen or 2-in-1 which have laptop mode as well as tablet mode. From a business point of view this option isn’t useful but if you are a home user then you can think of using such features.

These are all the things you have to watch before buying a laptop.

Last but not least the price the budget should be under your control. So try to utilize the maximum value of money while purchasing the laptop with above tips.

03. System Software or OS

From the software point of view, you won’t find many hurdles as there are very few things to choose.


A Unix based system which is designed by Apple called MacOS. It is known to be one of the robust systems for graphics users and researchers as there is a very limited issue with MacOS regarding hardware issues since it is running on Apple’s own designed hardware.


Windows is always known as one of the most flexible operating systems which are used in business as well as consumer world. Since Windows 10 is designed for all users; it is easy to operate and you will find better software support on this.


If you don’t want to spend system software you will find Linux as a free source. In Linux, you will find numbers of Distributions which are free to download and use, like, Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and etc.

If you are the newbie or just want the Internet and basic office programs then Linux is the cheapest and most reliable option.


Based on Linux, Google has its own OS called Chrome OS which works on the Internet. If you are a fan of Chrome browser and 99% of your task is based on browser then Chrome OS is the best software for you. Even there are many budget-friendly laptops which packed with ChromeOS.


Your small research and this article about the top 10 best laptop brands will surely help you to pick the right laptop for you or for someone you are buying for.

If this review worth it, don’t forget to share it and comment your feedbacks and opinions about the best laptop brands you’re using, and let us know which are your favorite laptop brands from the above list.

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  • Your list of laptop rankings is trustworthy. I was always confused in which is the best laptop brand for me and I was looking for a laptop with latest configurations. I found one here. Thanks a ton for writing this article.

    Just one small update to the list – Sony Vaio does not exist anymore. Sony sold their laptop division and the brand disappeared, this was in 2013. Also, HP is problematic with some of their laptop models and their poor design for dissipating heat from the GPU. Their lifespan is 18 months, they never recognized the problem. Apple, Dell, and Asus are the best laptop brands.

    • Awesome Ivsil, thanks for updating me. I have updated the article. From my new source, I found that Sony is still dumping their Vaio Models in some countries.

  • IMHO, this is almost everything you should know about the best laptop brands and PC brands.

    Just wanted to pass on the following warning to anyone reading: AVOID TOSHIBA!! I bought a Satellite C850-05C just over two years ago and it’s a piece of garbage. It died on me two weeks ago for no apparent reason, I had to format the hard drive to get it working again, and a week and a half later it died all over again. So now I need to find a reliable laptop, and I’ll never buy Toshiba again.

    • Hello Dave, first of all, thanks for the feedback. I will suggest to first find the requirements, of course, the price factor will make the laptop best and worst. Toshiba seems to be outside in the competition of top 10 best laptop brands from a long time ago; better stick with above-listed laptop brands.

  • Hello Sir, I read your article of best laptop brands and I found models suggested here are the most reliable one because they all carry some unique features that make us buy. Last time I bought Dell XPS from the list of best laptop brands suggested by you and that laptop worked nice and not a single issue with that.

    Now I am planning to buy one more and confused between two models can you please suggest me Lenovo G 50-80 or Dell Inspiron 15-5000 series?

    • Hi Pawan, thanks for your feedback first and I am glad that our top laptop brands list helped you.

      About your new purchase, you’re planning between two laptops brand. Both the laptop brands are good and have almost same specifications, but I would suggest going with Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Series as it supports touchscreen and ready for Windows 10 which will make your laptop gear future-proof, and there would be a price difference for sure, as Lenovo model is cheaper than Dell.

  • Hi Atul, Thanks for the nice article on best laptop brands. After reading the post I am confident now and I am looking for the best laptop brand for my son.

    He is going to 10th grade. I hope it will take him through college. I want one that has a touchscreen, somewhere between 4 and 8 GB of RAM and at least a 500 GB hard drive, lots of USB ports, recovery disks or flash drive, an i3 or better processor and I have $400 to spend. Can you please recommend one best laptop out of these brands for my needs and purse strings?

    • Thanks Shelley for asking your query, first of all, I would like to recommend you 2 laptops in your budget.

      First, Acer Aspire V15, which has touch screen capabilities and works great with windows 8 and 10 with following specifications.

      – 6 GB DDR3L RAM
      – 1 TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
      – Intel Core i3-3217U 1.8 GHz (3 MB Cache) Processor
      – Windows 8.1
      – 15.6 Inch HD LED Touch Screen
      – Intel HD Graphics 5500
      – 7 hours Battery Backup

      Second, Asus D550CA-BH31, its laptops are always best in its class, D550CA model from Asus stands out in specifications at this price.

      – 6GB (4GB+2GB) DDR3 1333Mhz RAM
      – 500 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
      – 1.80 GHz Intel Core i3 Processor
      – Windows 8
      – 15.6-Inch Screen
      – 4 hours Battery Backup

      These brands and laptop models are future proof, means will work awesome and you will not require upgrading your hardware even after 2-3 years. I hope my recommendation will work out of the box for you. Thanks and keep visiting us for more updates.

    • Hi, Shelley, I respect the suggestion by the admin, no doubt that his suggestion is best. I would like to recommend to build a PC, there will be some upgrading and much more performance for the price, but it will not be portable.

  • Thanks Atul for making this awesome list of best laptop brands. It is really helpful for users like me. I have one doubt in laptop’s Graphics, here is my query…

    Do I Need to Be Dedicated Graphics Unless We Are into Gaming?

    • Most people think that they don’t need graphics unless they are into gaming. It’s partially true because a few apps work fine only if there’s sufficient amount of graphics.

      Also, if you want the benefits of HD Game Playing, your laptop should have the right amount of graphics specifications too. We don’t recommend going for dedicated graphics unless you have any of these requirements. In all other instances, the integrated Graphics by Intel is just enough to move on. On the other hand, if you are planning to play some popular and high-end Windows games, you should better go for dedicated standalone graphics.

  • Thanks for the list of top laptop brands and most of my friends recommended this review before buying anything. I need a laptop for using 3D software, will you please suggest that which will be the best laptop brand.

    • I still need more information about system specs you want or what specs your software wants.

      Still, I suggest following laptops based on what 3D Geeks seeks,

      1. MSI GE40 2OC-009US

      – It comes with a 14-inch display with the resolution of 1600×900 and ensures smoother gaming experience for the gamers.
      – It is equipped with 3 USB ports, a Gigabit Ethernet and SD card reader.
      – It is powered by Intel Core i7-4702HQ quad-core processor and is paired with 8 GB of RAM and so the gamers can take advantage of its ultimate performance.
      – This unit is designed to offer adequate memory and power which is blended with high-definition performance.

      Expected Price ~ $1,399.99

      2. Lenovo -IdeaPad Y500

      – This is a 15.6-inch laptop with a 1,920-by-1,080 resolution and offers some of the excellent features to enjoy intense gaming.
      – It includes ultimate audio, high-tech graphics and an influential 2.4GHz Intel Core i7-3630QM quad-core processor which is designed to handle perfectly.
      – The sleek and contemporary design is very pleasing, which has made this laptop to be the prominent choice among the gaming enthusiasts.
      – It ensures spotty performance, better gaming experience, and battery life.

      Expected Price ~ Not Available

  • Thanks for the reply. The specifications are an i7 Processor, 4GB NVIDIA Graphics, and 500 GB to 1 TB HDD. If SSD is existed then recommend me that one but be miser budget wise too.

    • That’s great, based on previous comment, MSI GE40 2OC-009US would be the best laptop brand for you as it is equipped with all the features you are looking for.

      Specifications of MSI GE40 2OC-009US

      – Core i7-4702HQ Quad-Core Processor
      – Nvidia GeForce GTX 760M Mobile GPU
      – 750 GB HDD + 128 GB SSD Storage

      It comes with 750 GB of HDD Storage + 128 GB SSD Storage for Operating System. Means it has 2 storage drives. Nowadays SSD’s getting popular due to its performance and massive data transfer speed. It will help system to boot faster and heavy applications like AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator and Video editor software will run without any lags.

  • Thank you so much, Atul. I bought it and it is working awesome for me. I would like to recommend this best laptop brands list to everyone who is looking for the top laptop brand and model in the market.

  • Your article was very in depth and useful and it helped me narrow my specifications for my laptop search. I’m looking for a laptop for college which should be sleek and light weight, runs on windows 8 or 10, touch screen, 4 or more GB of RAM, cost should be inside 500 to 900, and a reliable laptop brand as I study in the Caribbean and getting any kind of tech support there would be a challenging task in itself could you please suggest best brands that lasts longer?

  • Looking for a suitable laptop for school.

    – It should run Windows natively.
    – Price range $1000 NZD – $1800 NZD
    – 13 to 14 inch screen display with high colour accuracy (this is important for graphics)
    – i5 core at least
    – 128GB+ SSD or 500GB+ HDD
    – A moderately powerful graphics card (Intel HD 5000+ or equivalent, preferably Nvidia.

    • Hi David,

      You can go with Lenovo Z51-70 or Lenovo Flex 2-14 I will suggest you 2 laptops for different situations. If you are concern about more portability and robust performance and care about looks then Lenovo Flex 2-14 is best choice, it also have flexing feature that means while watching movies and presenting presentations you can flip the display, but this lacks DVD drive. Else Lenovo Z51-70 is also a nice choice to go with.

      Make sure that I have suggested series of models you may get more higher and lower specifications options in market too.

  • Sir, I am looking for a ultraportable and durable laptop. Which have multiple features that can be useful in every sector of management and reliable in terms of uses.

  • Sir can you please tell me if laptop Asus F550JX-DM020D is a good laptop or maybe you can recommend me something else. What is FreeDOS I never heard it?

    • The laptop you have choose is equipped with all tech that everyone seeks. However it will come with FreeDOS (Ubuntu Linux) kind of OS. It is good buy if you are looking for performance and heavy duty tasks. If you suggest me some specific need then I will able to suggest you more.

    • Hey Hi buddy,

      If you want a serious gaming laptop then go with ASUS ROG GL551JM-DH71 (Preferred) or Lenovo Y50 (A Second Option) both are good at performance. It is a best gaming laptop which which fit in your budget. I will also suggest to not to prefer HP or Dell as a Gaming Preference at first.

  • Dear Atul, I request to suggest most efficient and reliable laptop for accounting functions:

    1) Most compatible with Sage/Pastel accounting software
    2) Super fast internet browsing speed
    3) Super fast email processing & management

    Thank you for your time.

    • According to your requirements, Asus Zenbook UX305 is the best laptop for you. It is equipped with all the latest technology like super duper portable, amazing resolution, better graphics, fast connectivity options, ultra fast ssd storage drive.

  • Hiya, I’m looking for a new laptop, I’d need 8GB RAM, and 1TB storage, £400 or less (preferably less as I’m on a budget; although I wouldn’t mind getting a good second-hand laptop). I’ll be using it for a range of things such as programming, excel, using the Internet, watching movies and the like. Would you be able to recommend something for me? Please. Thanks! :)

    • You might need to lift up budget for 1TB and 8 GB RAM, and Dell XPS 13 – 2015 Edition will fit perfectly in your budget and this laptop will do you all task thoroughly.

  • Hello, Sir, Looking for best laptop brand for gaming and best gaming laptop of that brand.

    Can I go for AMD processors instead of Intel for best gaming performance?

    • Hi, Manny, I will always suggest going with Intel especially for gaming needs. AMD is also a good choice but does not has some keen techs features that only Intel has.

      If you do not have any budget issue always go with Intel.

  • Sir, Can you suggest the best laptop model from a trusted brand?

    I’m going abroad to give some professional classes and I need a laptop to do some PowerPoint presentations which I will be doing overnight so I need at least 15″ but I’m on a budget and can’t spend more than 400/450 Pounds. Many Thanks for making this article simply to understand, really helpful.

    • I will suggest Acer Aspire E 15 E5-573G-52G3.

      – Windows 10 64 bit
      – 8 GB DDR3 RAM
      – Intel Core i5-5200U 2.2 GHz (3 MB Cache)
      – 15.6 inch Full HD Display
      – 1TB HDD
      – NVIDIA GeForce 940M 2 GB Dedicated Graphics
      – 5 Hours of Battery Backup

      It will fit perfect in your budget.

    • Hi Amol, whenever you have low budget never choose Dell; I have seen many users are facing a lot of problems in great looking cheap Dell laptops. The model you have selected is good one for daily work; but I will suggest to get a 4GB Ram version of this model for nearest computer outlet.

  • Hi, what would be the best laptop to buy for people like me who’s fond of writing? I’m considering getting something that is affordable, light, with smart design, touch screen, good battery life, screen brightness and camera resolution is beyond average, and good quality and performance?

    • What I see MacBook’s any model is best for writting and saving stuff; it has not only an amazing keyboard but also have software side advantage that will save your every word written even when your laptop gets down due to power issue. In my office, writers suppose to love it. But if you not a MacBook fan then consider ThinkPad series of Lenovo; and you can also consider ChromeBooks if you are internet savvy a lot and its price are cheaper too somewhere around Rs. 15,000 (~ $250).

  • Sir I have an Indian budget of Rs. 25000. I need to buy a good everyday use college laptop with following specification.

    – Intel i3 Processor
    – 4GB RAM
    – 1 TB OR 500HD
    – HD Graphics Card

    Mostly I will use laptop for Cad, Creo, Catio like software. So please suggest me a good laptop brand and model.

    • Go with Lenovo G Series G50-80 it will fit best in your budget and make sure that it comes with FreeDOS OS. I suggested you FreeDOS OS based laptop because when we look for a windows based laptops then their prices are generally 5k – 6k Rs. more than normal and hardware power is less. So if you need windows in it you can separately install it.

  • I have a toshiba satellite s55 a5257 and I want to get another laptop which performs just like it but a bit smaller and with a touchscreen. I also want to sell it after 2 years of use. I looked at hp envy 360 but I heard hp machines are not durable.
    Help me come up with options. Please!

    • Hi, you have the beast with you now. However in touchscreen segment there are very few models to suggest best performing laptops. Based on your old device toshiba satellite s55 a5257 here is my one recommendation with almost same performance and new features you are looking for.

      ASUS Zenbook UX301
      – Beautiful and Scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass lid
      – Comfortable keyboard; Very fast overall performance
      – Above-average battery life; Fast boot and transfer times)

      It is bit overpriced but when we compare it with performance then price justifies everything.

  • Hi! I am searching for good laptop. I need laptop for my research work and presentation in college. So I’m searching for good quality laptop over all. I can afford budget upto Rs. 40000. Please suggest a good brand and model. I like Dell and HP. Please suggest me any good one.

  • Hi Atul, It’s really wonderful article. Well, I would like to know which one is the most durable laptop for everyday use out of Dell, Asus, lenovo, Toshiba?

    • Hi Vignu, It is not the right way to pick the brand. Almost all brands are good for daily uses. The specific need and requirement makes us to justify a brand to pick.

  • Hi Atul, Can you please suggest me the best laptop for both work and play, I have sorted out two devices of my choice Dell Inspiron 13 inch 2 in 1 laptop and Lenovo Yoga 900. Though you suggest other laptop or suggest me only among Lenovo or dell. Also please suggest which is best among the two devices.

    Please reply soon…


    • As I see you picked 2 in 1 type of laptop. I will definitely suggest you Lenovo model (Lenovo Yoga 900), for not only the reason it is bit costly and looks great but when we compare both the brands and model then Lenovo outperforms in every aspects especially in SSD Hard Drive Speed and Better Processing Power with Amazing Battery Life. So I will suggest go with future not with current technology.

  • Hi, I need a laptop for home use, some office use and web browsing, having good picture and sound quality. Budget is around 30K-35K also Pls. suggest which is better Dell Inspiron 15 3000 series 4th generation or Lenevo G50-80 series 5th generation. Thanks.

    • Hello Deepali, as you suggest two specif model you love, so I recommend to go with Lenovo G50-80 (5th Gen. Model) because it is value for money laptop. The Dell’s Inspiron model is also good but packed with low profile hard drive and suffers from poor design and build quality.

  • Thanks a lot. One more thing I want to ask, if I go for Lenovo G50-80 series With model no. 80E502UWIN i.e with graphics coprocessor. as add on feature to work in design software if required, will it affect my normal use. Is there any difficulty or should I go for without graphics feature simply.

    • As I see, this model has a 2 GB Graphics inbuilt. I don’t think so It will affect your normal graphics user experience while using applications like Photoshop and all.

    • Hello Mustafa, the laptop you picked is thin, affordable and more portable in nature and good thing is about Lenovo Ideapad 100 is that it is strong for everyday performance, with good keyboard and very little bloatware pre installed. There is some negative point too about Lenovo Ideapad 100 that it runs hot on below on heavy uses and has average touchpad and battery. If your uses are limited then only it will suit you.

  • Please recommend me a Laptop brand and specifications for business eMails, net searching, word, excel and AutoCad drawing. Best regards.

    • For business nothing is better than Lenovo IdeaPad. It is especially made for business world. There are many variety and models you can pick any of them (2-in-2, flex and normal) according to your need.

  • Hello. I want to buy a laptop. It will be used mostly for work purposes because i have to prepare a lot of reports and statements from the next year. Now the biggest laptop sellers in my city sell laptops from only 4 brands: Apple, Dell, Hp and Futijsu. I want a fast laptop and most importantly a laptop which won’t give me any trouble for first couple of years. My budget is around $600. Kindly suggest what to buy. Thank you.

    • Apple will not fit in budget of $600, so go with Dell Latitude Series (especially i5 Model one) and there are a lot of variety too. If possible then for business always use MacBooks because we also use the same of our office premises and file management and security is much better in Apple with its compactness.

  • Hi Atul, how you doing?

    I am looking for a gaming laptop and I don’t have a huge budget. After my searches and all, I ended on Dell Inspiron 5000 5558 with 5th gen i7 processor, 2 TB HDD, 16GB Ram ,4GB Nvidia GeForce 920 GTM graphics and it’s all in 70k INR. But even with same configuration other brands sell it with 80k and all. I searched for the reviews and all they said it is good laptop. Still am in a confusion mind about how good it is as this is gonna be my first laptop. So I like to get some help here.

    • Hi, Muhammed, I’m doing great. I also understand the situation you are facing, as you are the first time buyer. I would like to tell you that Dell is a good brand and known for its services, however, they used to outsource the production function. Yet Dell managed to make some awesome products in the budget and yes the model you picked is also good one you can go with it. However, if you would like to check more brands and model then please check out our another post: Best Laptop Brands for Gaming

  • I want a good laptop with good battery back-up, my budget is around Rs. 40,000. I’m want to use this laptop every purpose plz help me out. I’m seeking for 8GB RAM, 500 HDD and i5 Processor.

  • Hello Sir,

    I need a laptop for java programming, learning, some job interviews, browsing multiple tabs at time, multitasking etc., Currently have Acer 4743Z (Pentium P6200 ). I feel 14 inch is pretty small for some works and Pentium processor lags sometimes, system hangs on multitask, with normal usage also CPU usage is spiking up to 100%. So now I need a core i3 processor, 15 inch display of good quality vivid display, upgradeable ram, easy to get spare replacement battery or keypad, should last longer, no heating issue.

    I have 2 models in my budget, Kindly suggest me which is better.

    1) HP 15 AC122TU (5005U)
    2) DELL Inspiron 15 3542

    Both price is 335$ on online offer. HP have latest configuration, better looks, 2 RAM slot but don’t even have a air intake vents and its unibody – No maintenance hatch to upgrade. No idea about its services.

    DELL have older 4005U, 1 RAM SLOT, simple black looking.

    • Hey Hi Sharad,

      I see both the laptops are almost same in configuration but HP is somewhere new in features. Dell is also good but didn’t got many updates on hardware richness. Metallic silver brush finish around the keyboard looks sexy on HP. So based on looks HP is good laptop here. But again Dell is more robust in terms of upgrades, customer services and all. One more thing, HP has a 2 slot for RAM in which one is empty and one is packed with 4GB Memory, whereas Dell has one slot packed with 8GB Memory. So based on features I would like to suggest HP 15 AC122TU (5005U) over Dell Inspiron 15 3542.

  • Thank you for replying me. I want says something to you that I don’t like design of Lenovo plz. suggest me any other laptop. I like HP,Samsung, Asus, Acer, Sony, Apple.

    • Hi Ashpak and thanks for reverting back. Since I can not suggest any one based on design thus I have listed some of the best laptops below.

      – Dell Inspiron 15 3000 Series
      – Lenovo Flex 2-14 Notebook (Again Lenovo in case if you like its design)
      – Asus X550LC Notebook
      – HP Pavilion 15-n007AX

      Since Apple laptops are not cheaper to fit in 40,000 INR budget so it is hard to suggest.

      I hope you like any one of them according to your need.

  • Hello I am going to university in few weeks and I need a laptop. Can you suggest me something good which can run few games (doesn’t need to gaming laptop), good storage and battery life, 1000$-1500$.

    • Hi Samip, I will recommend you ASUS Zenbook UX305LA-AB51 13.3-Inch Model which is packed with following configurations,

      – Intel Core i5-5200U 2.2GHz
      – Intel HD Graphics 5500
      – 8GB DDR3 RAM
      – Fast 256GB SSD Storage
      – Great Performance
      – Sharp Display
      – Thin and Light
      – Good Battery Life (About 8 Hours)

      I hope this laptop will be perfect for you.

    • Hi Samip and welcome again, here are more alternatives to ASUS Zenbook UX305LA-AB51.

      – MacBook Air 13 Inch
      – ASUS ZenBook UX303UA 13.3-Inch
      – Dell Inspiron 13 i7348-7143SLV 15.6-inch
      – Dell XPS13-9343 13.3-inch
      – Toshiba Satellite Fusion 15 L55W-C5259 15.6-inch

      Buy before reading all the guides which I have listed above. Good Luck.

  • Hey I am looking for a midrange laptop for college. So kinda of multimedia and high performance. Suggest me among Lenovo HP or Dell. Budget is INR 50k-55k. 8 GB RAM and 1 TB HDD. How’s your opinion about Lenovo Z51 , HP 450 G3 , Lenovo U41 and Dell 5558 or any other suggestions?

    • Hi Aditya, let me first tell you what is good and bad here.

      – Lenovo Z51 is Good for Basic Games.
      – HP 450 G3 is Good to Regular Uses, but lacks in built quality.
      – Lenovo u41 is Good by Specs wise but has a poor display viewing angle.
      – Dell 5558 has received a massive issue of overheating while heavy using.

      So in this case I will suggest only Lenovo Z51.

  • Hello :) I would like to ask if you can suggest any laptops which are good for Adobe Photoshop and InDesign. Preferably, I like Dell. Which among the laptops of this brand is a good one for these programs and reliable and long lasting at the same time. If aside from Dell, what are the other laptops that you would like to recommend? I only have 750-850 (US dollars) as my budget. Thank you very much!!!

    • Hi Alfonso, I think Dell XPS 13 would be the best choice for you for 750$ budget. Apart from Dell I will always suggest Apple’s MacBook Pro or Retina for Image or Video related editing work.

  • Sir, I am looking for a laptop that can support 3D Animation, 3D Sculpting and Modeling. Will you please suggest that which the best laptop brand and model.

    • Hi Anshu, The Acer Aspire E5 offers an attractive design and long battery life for a low price, but it’s not as fast as competing budget laptops, and there’s too much bloatware. Where is Asus A555LA is better in terms of looks, performance and specs. So I would suggest Asus A555LA as a better option.

  • Hey Atul I would like to buy macbook but my friends told me that go with windows but I am a hardcore fan of apple and I also have other idea like run window in my Macbook is that good or you have any other suggestion. Note: I am an engineering student also interested in software developement, video editing and gaming.

    • Hello Raj, MacBook is what I personally use since my college life. I love working on Mac OS than Windows. I will suggest you not to with friends suggestions but based on your need. Here are two things to consider. Go with Windows if you are application lover who always test any application (almost anything even games). But if your core tasks are software development and video editing and even small games MacBooks are most reliable laptops. My suggestion would be go with MacBook if budget is not your problem and go with Windows if you have hardcore gaming requirements.

    • We cant compare the brands directly. Even we can not compare the models too, because they are made considering a lot of things. In terms of support here Dell is Just hits Asus, but in terms of ease Asus beats Dell on their cheaper models. At the end it is not one time say that one is better than other, as they gets better day by day and sometime both beats each other.

  • Hi Bro this is Thims here, I am working in Saudi Arabia I am planning to take laptop for my business use because I am going back to India in April can u plz suggest me which brand is good. It should support 4k video editing and presentations my budget around 50K INR.

    • Hi Thims, I would suggest you Asus DB31, it comes with hybrid storage management where your OS will run on SSD and rest data will be on HDD. It’s cheap sleek and powerful enough to get things done. As fas as we talk about 4k I am bit back here because there are not much laptops under 50K INR that supports this feature very well. If possible go with MacBook if possible, their all new variants supports 4k and presentations are also works great on macs.

  • Which kind of laptops are best for designing purpose such as AutoCAD, Solid Work, Creo, Plant Management System, Piping Design and also have a Mechanical Engineer’s in a budget around 30000-35000 INR. and which are best brands HP or Dell.

    • Considering your need and budget I think Dell Inspiron I5558-2859BLK Touch Screen (Read: 10 Best Laptops Under 500$) would be best choice for you. It is packed with all the latest specs including a good touch screen and based on your requirements you may find more products in Dell as Compared to HP, thus in your segment Dell brand fits better.

  • Hi Atul, You have really written an amazing and self explanatory post. I am looking for a laptop for work that is light and reliable and even when it crashes it is still salvageable. From what I heard SSD isn’t that good in terms of hard drive, of course I’m not sure how reliable this is.

    • Hi Yee, Let me first clear your doubt about SSD’s reliability.

      SSD Drives are Solid State Drive which is new generation hard drive which replaces tradition HDD (Hard Disk Drive). Unlike HDD, SSD does not have spinning bare metal which makes sound. Even SSDs are over 10x powerful in terms of speed. While first launch it was facing some of compatibility issues but nowadays everything is fine; almost every machine supports it. The thing is that SSDs are yet not cheaper upgrade.

      So some SSD Based Laptops which I know better in Market: Apple MacBook Air, Acer Aspire S7, Dell XPS 13 and Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro.

  • Hey dude, you are giving really a good information to peoples to select not only their brands but quality brands of laptops and peripherals etc., Thanks.

  • Hello Atul, I followed your article it was truly helpful. I want to buy a laptop below 70,000 INR, Pls. suggest some.

    • Hi Priya, Thanks for your feedback. As your budget is 70k you may get any of best laptops in market. If you are Microsoft Windows lover then go with brands like Asus, Dell or Lenovo. You will find some good varieties in these brands. Here are my some recommendations.

      – Apple MacBook Air 13 Inch (I Personally Like it)
      – Dell Inspiron 5558 Notebook or Dell Inspiron 15 5559 Touch
      – Lenovo IdeaPad YOGA 2 (Ultrabook)
      – Asus Zenbook (Too Many Varieties Available)

      I hope you will prefer any of them with a right decision. Always consider most value for money product because all brands are good, but made for specific segment of users.

  • Hi Atul, I am looking for a laptop for home use primarily – browsing, NO gaming, connecting VPN(working from home), music and watching movies. 15 inch screen, 8GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk(may or may not be SSD), Full HD resolution. Which models from HP, Dell and Lenevo do you suggest?

    • Hi Sandeep, as you specified you are planning to buy a laptop for home or some basic office use, thus Dell has so many varieties for such users here. I suggest to have a look at Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2-in-1, which has a price tag of about 40k INR or less, dated March 2016. If you wanted to look more here then also look Dell’s Laptop and 2-in-1 PCs whole series. You will sure get a better one.

  • Thanks Atul for the quick reply. Will checkout the one that you mentioned. Was thinking that I don’t need 2-in-1 PC’s as I will be paying extra money for that. Can you please suggest typical standard laptop – no 2-in-1 and touch screen etc.

    • Thanks for reverting back with us, as you asked for basic laptop I have following suggestions.

      – Dell Inspiron 3542 (8 GB DDR3, 1 TB HDD, 2 GB Graphics, Free DOS)
      – Lenovo S41 (Core i7, 8 GB RAM, 8 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD, Windows 10)

      I also suggest to do small R&D before buying, as so many new models are in market and for your need Asus, Dell and Lenovo has number of varieties.

  • Hi Atul Sir, I am going in 11th Std. and I need a high quality, high performance gaming laptop, will you please help me which laptop is better for me. Windows or an Apple MacBook Air 13. My max Budget is 1000 Dollars.

    • Hello Shivam, as you asked for a gaming and high performance laptop I would suggest Asus ROG GL552 which is launched recently and it is best budget gaming laptop. Apple MacBooks do not support much of games and not primarily made for it so I do not suggest a MacBook in this scenario.

  • Hi Atul, for home use I would like to go for a laptop, budget laptop, preference is Lenovo and Dell, let me know which brand and which model fits.

  • Hi Atul, great article and it was a pleasure to read the information you provided. I am a working professional and I like using my laptop to stream videos and surf the net. Should I go for the Asus A456 (A series) or Lenovo Ideapad series? Reliability, durability and long lasting is very important to me.

    • Hi Rudy, according to me Lenovo IdeaPad series are packed with low-end processors whereas Asus A456 (A Series) packed with i5 Processor with Dedicated Graphics. So here clear winner is Asus since you have primary requirements of steaming videos (you can surf 1080P videos smoothly) and you can surf web simultaneously.

  • Hi Atul. Lenovo G580 it is suitable for me as a college student? I am looking a high performance and faster browsing laptop like searching and save documents from Microsoft Windows. Thank you!

  • Hi!

    I’m looking for a notebook, or preferably an ultrabook. Since I’m starting high school, I want to make it last until my Senior year…I’ve been doing my research, but I just can’t find the right choice, so would you help me find one?

    – Intel Core M, i3, i5, i7 is what I want, but an A10 is okay I guess…
    – My maximum budget is $800±100
    – I take it around with me quite often, so I want it the battery to last a while (6+ hours)
    – I want it light, so I want it around 1.5kg±0.5kg
    – 4GB+ of RAM
    – 128GB of SSD, or at least 500GB of HDD
    – I want at least an Intel HD 5500 or equivalent.

    A couple of my friends have bad experiences with Lenovo’s and Acer’s and criticize them badly, but what do you think?

    • Hi Simon, Lenovo and Acer are the good laptop brand if you choose their model wisely. Based on your requirement I see Asus Zenbook UX305 is the perfect model.

  • Hi Sir how are you?

    I will be buying a laptop for the first time. My budget is Rs. 30000-35000. Reliability, durability, good battery life, decent performance, and good after-sales services are my requirements. Mostly I will be working on MS office. I would like to play FIFA 16(medium resolution if possible, else in low resolution). Occasional movies, music and video chat. I am very confused sir.

    Please help me by suggesting the best laptop for me.

    Thank you.

    • Asus A555LF is the perfect solution considering your all requirements and budget. You will find few variants under this model based on processors type (i3 – i5) and ram size (4 – 8 GB) you can whichever you want.

  • My dad offered me a price for buying a good laptop. I have a idea of buying Toshiba satellite C40-C. Can u please suggest me whether it is good to buy that or can you please me any of a better one..

    • Toshiba Satellite C40-C won’t break any performance records, but the 14 inch Satellite C40-C will be great for Office work on the move. Go for it.

  • Hi, Atul. My husband is an IT engineer whose laptop (Sony VAIO) motherboard just crashed recently and is given for service. He is looking to buy a new laptop to work from home. I prefer buying HP or DELL but I don’t have any idea to which is better and model. Can you please suggest a good one for his office use?

    • Hi, Shahnaz, Dell Inspiron 15 3000 series would be the better based on your requirements with a moderate budget. Still, I will recommend to check out our Dell vs HP article for more models.

  • Hi, can you suggest me a budget Acer, Asus or Lenovo laptop for photo and video editing? Budget is $400, need this kind of specs: 8GB or 4GB RAM and 2GB Dedicated Video Card. Thanks.

    • Hi Ben, based on your budget and requirements I can suggest you, Asus D550CA RS31 Model. You will find Core i3, 6 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD. Overall it is value for money laptop.

    • Hi, Amardeep, under your budget and considering latest updates, HP Pavilion 15 series laptops have the best option. I still recommend increasing your budget for the better options.

  • Sir, I am a Civil Engineer and will like to use my laptop for Cad and 3D Designs can you advise me one of the three laptops.

    1. Asus – ROG G751JY 17.3″ Laptop – Intel Core i7 – 16GB Memory – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M – 1TB Hard Drive
    2. Asus – ROG 17.3″ Laptop – Intel Core i7 – 16GB Memory – 1TB Hard Drive + 128GB Solid State Drive
    3. MSI – 17.3″ Laptop – Intel Core i7 – 16GB Memory – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 – 1TB Hard Drive + 256GB Solid State Drive

    • Hi Isaac Amuzu, Since your uses are heavy applications like CAD and 3D Designs, your need would be more. For speed wise I will suggest to go with robust system but it is overpriced for many cases. So my recommendation is 2nd one.

  • Hello Sir Atul, I would like to buy Asus F555la-ab31. I heard that it is best selling laptop in amazon. Have there any problem with it. What is your views about it. Hopefully.

  • Hello Sir !!! I want to buy an ASUS ROG GL552VW model (Metallic Version ,The one without the SSD) , I live in Kolkata, and I am buying from Flipkart, under the Big Billion Days offers, and I am getting this model at Rs. 79K approx., but can you please tell me how good is the After Sales Service of this Brand ASUS in INDIA?

    • Hi Sourav, You have picked a nice model. Since Flipkart is offering it on deal I would suggest to cross check it’s price on different online stores as well. However the after sales service of ASUS is best in major cities in India.

  • Hi Atul, I have a budget of 40-45k and I am confused between dell and hp laptops. Plz suggest, and how is HP 15 au503tx, does HP laptops are good and shed some light on AMD processors. Thanks.

    • Hi, Namam, First of all, I would like to tell you that Dell and HP both are good laptop brands and they have a nice collection of models and series. You have picked HP 15 notebook series which is good specs wise. I suggest going with your idea. If you want to know more on Dell vs HP refer this article: Dell vs HP Laptops: Which is the Best Laptop Brand?

      About AMD Processors, it is also a good company which makes high-quality processors but with less cost.

  • Hi Atul, can you suggest me which laptop I should buy in durability vice.

    1. Acer Aspire ES1-572-59GU – Intel Core i5-6200U
    2. HP 250 G4 – Intel Core i5-6200U

    And I am thinking to buy Acer Aspire ES1 due to its reasonable price, what is your suggestion. Thanks.

  • Hi Atul, I was wondering if you could help me decided for a new laptop. I like to game but I am also a student and am trying not to go over 600 dollars. My friend who works with computers and builds his own always says Mac but as I tell him that will never be in my budget, he also says Asus . Is there a brand or a computer out there that does gaming and student life ? Thank you.

  • Hello Atul, looking for a i7 / 512GB SSD / 16GB Ram. Can you please suggest a good laptop. touch screen 2 in 1 and decent display quality. I checked DELL XPS 13 and ASUS Q324UA and HPENVY. Which would you recommend?

  • Hi Atul, I’m looking for a new laptop which is slim & lightweight under 40k. I’m a student so I don’t need a big budget, I’m looking for a laptop which is easy to carry. Please suggest me a few. 13″ or more will be good.

  • Hello Atul sir,

    I am really confused about buying my new laptop. (I like mac book features) But my budget is around 40-50K. Here is some specs. what I need. Please suggest your best one. (My most of task is Graphics related)

    – Core i 5 (Latest)
    – 4-8 GB of RAM DDR4
    – 1920*1080 pixel display
    – 1-2 gb graphics
    – 256 SDD or 1 TB HDD
    – weight 1.2 to 2.5 kg
    – Battery backup 4 hours minimum

    • Hello, Toimur, You will find some good deals in Lenovo Ideapad 300 series and Acer E5-574G. Since you have quite a nice budget you will find the better option if you try to get one from local store. Make sure you buy the genuine product and register it online after purchasing.

  • Hello I’m interested with this laptop Asus X456UF I need to know if this laptop can run games easily like dota2 or cs go? At the same time do microsoft offices app and adobe photoshop for editing.

    Technical Specs:

    * Processor – Intel® Core™ i5 6200U 2.3Ghz Processor
    * Operating System – Windows 10 Home
    * Memory – 4GB DDR3L 1600 MHz SDRAM, 1 x SO-DIMM socket for expansion
    * Display – 14.0″ 16:9 HD (1366×768)
    * Graphic – NVIDIA® GeForce® 930M with 2GB DDR3 VRAM
    * Storage – 500GB HDD 5400 RPM

  • Hey Atul,

    Glad to read your informative post and it is a fully interesting topic because we know very well how people are fond of laptop and its brand. Selecting a laptop of good configuration is really a big deal, we have to become choosy of mainly processor and ram which are very significant organs of any laptop to boost speed.

    You have shown the best brand of laptop and they really are known for their genius performance. I have used HP and Dell laptops and have really a good experience with me. This list will really very helpful for people for make their choice. Eventually, thanks for sharing your worthy information with us.

    With best wishes,
    Amar Kumar

  • I am in need of a new laptop as my current Dell Inspiron is about 12 years old and I am having many problems. Been using it only for spreadsheets at tax time, but still is a real pain. All internet browsing and shopping and e-mailing I do on my iPhone now.

    I have many pictures on I phone, camera cards, and the current computer I’d like to store and better organize.

    I am not on a budget per se but look for value.

    My son swears by apple. My wife has a PC I just want something fast, intuitive, and trouble free. Something that will last me a long time. something I could browse with on a recliner or sit at desk and do spreadsheets.

    I don’t know what I really need in terms of specs.

    Do you have specific suggestions for me?

    • Hi, Lynn Podesto, I just amazed to see that you are still using an old laptop which is about 12 years old. Considering these days application and software the hardware which is older than 5 years won’t work well. Your son suggested the best brand of the market and it is really good; according to my research 9 out of 10 users who use Mac never return to any other laptop brand.

      Since your task is more of internet based, I would like to suggest you a Chromebook if you are aware of using it or you can go with any Windows or Linux-based laptops. MacBook (or Air/Pro) is only suggested if you have no budget issue and want every new feature. I personally recommend you ASUS ZenBook UX330UA.

  • Thank you for your response and recommendation. Upon looking at the ASUS zen book series, I noticed some 2-1 models, touchscreen models, and pro models. If a 2-1 model and/or one with touchscreen and 4K resolution were desired, would you still recommend an ASUS Zenbook?

    I Also worry about storage for the several thousand pictures I have. Not sure if it is better to have larger solid memory or regular memory-many boast 1-2 terabytes. Can you clarify for me?

    • I always recommend my readers to go with the latest trend because the age of devices these days come with 5 years or less and for techies, it is less than a year. I recommend SSD because I never saw users to fill their 1-2 TB space unless any professional is using it.

      SSD is faster but it costs more. If you want to store some big files I always suggest using an external hard drive, it is way cheaper than anything else and you will get full 1 – 2 TB to use. I never recommend storing everything in a laptop because it is a mobile device.

      Since you are upgrading after a long time I can understand your side and recommend only things which are better for this time.

  • Sir I want to buy a new laptop, my budget is 15 to 20 thousands rupees please can you suggest me which one I should buy??

    • If you want to buy a performance laptop then the 20k budget is too low, since you have not mentioned the requirement I am suggesting some of the best laptops under 20000 INR.

      – Acer Aspire ES1- 521
      – Micromax Ignite
      – Lenovo Ideapad 100s
      – Lenovo Ideapad 100

  • I am planning to buy Acer Aspire E5-575T-58WH with Intel core i5-7200. Can you please tell me if it is a good laptop or I should go for something else? I am getting it for 670 Canadian dollars.

    • It is a good choice for everyday computing users. It offers long battery life which is better for long work and has solid performance for the cost, but its keyboard and screen is above average.

  • Hi Atul, I’m glad Asus is back on top to second best because I bought an Asus K Series laptop recently with 17-6600 up to 3.1 Ghz and GTX 970. I was contemplating between a MacBook Pro and Asus but the MacBook doesn’t support any form of gaming except if you jailbreak Windows so that kinda sucks. My laptop costed about 850 pounds but I’m just not satisfied with the graphics card and laptops don’t allow the privilege of upgrading graphics cards so I’m stuck…

    • Hi, Reno, the model you have chosen is better than any above average laptops but it is not reliable if pushed to the extreme limit when gaming. You are comparing an ultrabook which is known for handy and easy to travel with system and ultrabooks are made considering causal gaming only because a serious game requires more hardware resources and power that an ultrabook couldn’t provide. Check out this: Asus ROG GL552: Best Budget Gaming Laptop, Asus has different models for gaming.

  • Sir, I am considering to buy a durable laptop, is Dell 7567 good?

    Furthermore, I am going to move to Taiwan in mid-2018, does the dell service there good? Or should I consider buying ASUS Brand laptop, since ASUS service in Taiwan are superb. And by looking onto some articles about DELL and ASUS service, they seem decent, but I think it depends on the country you are living, and upon looking on the comments of these articles, most of them says they have bad experience with the laptops. What are your thoughts about this?

    • Hi, William, first of all, do not judge a brand by country as a whole. Dell has some good footprint in Taiwan for supports, but Dell is not primarily targeting Taiwan as its main country for services and many times you will find that they do collaborations with third-party services which takes more time to service a job, so yes the quality of service would be up and down.

      You have picked a nice model of Dell which is beast or heavy duty tasks. Asus has some of the best laptops and Asus ROG series has many models based on your requirements. I personally recommend you to do small online research about the specific location you are planning to go and check out local service center reviews. If all good then go with Dell else Asus is already your next option.

  • I would like to buy a laptop to my engineering son, will you please suggest which should I buy it should be long lasting and can be upgraded as on when required. Budget no an issues.

    • Hello, Shashikant, there is no better option than Dell XPS 13 or 15, choose wisely. Dell XPS series’ webcams are located near hinge which is somewhat awkward but everything is best in these 2 models.

  • Hello! This is an amazing thread! I’m hoping you can suggest for me too!

    I’m looking for a new laptop… my requirements:

    Small and light.

    Ability to multitask (I’m a business professional, not gamer or developer), but at any given time, it’s not unusual for me to have 20-30 windows open (emails, power points, web browsers, etc). My current computer (a Samsung), incessantly ‘spins’ and is unresponsive when I really get going!

    Touchscreen not required, although I’m open to it. I have one now and don’t use it very often.

    Good design. I love the look of Mac’s – just can’t make the transition for work.

    Price not really a determining factor, although probably like to spend < $1500.

    Thank you!! ☺️

    • Hi, Jennifer, I have two recommendations first “Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon” for pure business users and “HP Spectre x360” which is the finest ultrabook as of now reviewed here.

  • Dear Atul,

    Please can you suggest a most efficient laptop for:

    1) Accounting functions (e.g. excel and accounting software)
    2) Fast internet browsing speed
    3) Fast email processing

    As I have a limited budget, do you think Lenovo E470 20H2A00K or Dell Inspiron 14 5000 (5468) or any other model is good for me?

    Many thanks ☺️

    • Hello, Demi, first of all, what I get is you need a business laptop as you shown interest in similar work. I would have suggested Lenovo ThinkPad T450s because it is the best business laptop, but you didn’t specify the budget thus adding your picked one too, Lenovo ThinkPad E470. Just keep a note in mind that you opt for an 8GB RAM model never go for 4GB one because these days 4GB is not enough to for such works.

  • Sir I need a laptop that has intel i5 and Nvidia thats around $400-600. Can you differentiate on where the different brands of laptop good at?

    • Hi, John, first of all, let me clear a thing that there are plenty of options for you if you are just looking for an i5 and Nvidia based laptops. Overall Asus and Lenovo both have a number of models for this budget and yes they both are value for money. I would recommend Asus F555LA as budget and Lenovo ThinkPad 13 as performance.

    • Here in the Philippines the dominant brands are Acer, Asus and Lenovo laptops. Can you suggest sir, what models are best suitable for me if I want a laptop that can provide a good gaming experience in the range of $400-600? Thank you.

      • I would recommend then Acer Aspire E5, Asus F556UA and Lenovo ThinkPad 13. Pick any one whichever you like most.

  • Hi, Thanks for a nice comparison. I am sure many of us would have benefitted in one way or another.

    I am looking for an laptop mainly for office use (Mostly MS Office applications) and Adobe products (Photoshop, Illustrator etc). Asus X456UF caught my eye along with Acer ES1-433G and Lenovo Ideapad 310.

    I was told I should be looking at a min of 8GB RAM and a dedicated graphics card (NVIDIA – 2GB). All the 3 models above are quite similar in specs and price wise diff is around $30. Not a deal breaker.

    Which of these option would you rate? Any other laptops that I could consider? I would be looking to use this laptop for around 4-5 years (Am I being over-optimistic?)

    • Hello, Vivek, first of all, let me clear one thing that all these 3 laptops and brands are on top and known for their quality experience. Since your plans are with future then go with either Asus X456UF or Lenovo IdeaPad 310. From my personal view, Asus will provide better experience and performance overall for its price.

  • Thanks Atul for your reply. Now, I am also exploring Acer Swift 3 which comes with i5 processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Heard Windows runs faster on SSD as compared to HDD. Price is a bit higher than the above models but am getting it at around 20% lower than the advertised price. What are your thoughts? As mentioned, I am looking for something to run smoothly for next 4-5 years with moderate use.

    • Hi, Vivek, the price of Acer Swift 3 is more than specified budget, but if you get it at less price than marketed price; then it would be a life-saver deal for you. Just make sure you get SSD and 8 GB model with Dedicated Graphics only. The only downside of Acer Swift 3 is its display which is above average.

  • Hi Atul, I want to buy a budget laptop but I am getting confused between following two models.

    – Asus X541UA
    – Lenovo IdeaPad 110

    Let me know which one would be better for me.

    • Hello, Varun, both the laptops are ideal for any student or for basic home uses. But I see Asus X541UA is better in terms of speed and reliability.

  • Hello Atul, is it good to buy a used laptop on ebay or any online website. I want to buy a used Asus F555LD with 2.6 GHz speed and an Intel core i7 4510U Processor. What is your take in that.

    • It depends upon many scenarios. First of all, there is 2 kind of used laptops as the first one is “2nd Hand” and another one is “Certified Refurbished”. We all know what is the second-hand product is, it is used one by its previous owner. Certified Refurbished is something we should look for it is a product that has been previously returned to a manufacturer or vendor for various reasons. Refurbished products are normally tested for functionality and defects before they are sold.

      Note: Always check for return policy and warranty period while purchasing used products. At the day end, it is your hard earned money.

  • Hi Atul sir, I want to buy a laptop. I am studying in civil engineering. So as a student, I have to do many software based functions – like AutoCad. For engineering purposes which laptop brand or model will be better.

  • Hello Atul, Thanks for all the information you’ve provided. Just wanted to ask what laptop would you recommend for a student who programs, designs and multitasks a lot. Also, which would you pick out of the Lenovo Yoga 910, HP Spectre and Asus UX360? Thanks.

  • Hello Atul. What’s your opinion about Dell Inspiron 5577 and Lenovo Legion Y520? Which is good for these and which laptop brand has the best after-sales services?

    • Hi Pranjal, first thing, not all brands are created equally as every brand targets their users differently. Here Lenovo Legion Y520 have the best configs which are far superior to Dell Inspiron 5577, and I will suggest going with Lenovo here if your primary focus is editing and gaming. Second thing, Dell is more known for its awesome after sales service, Lenovo is average for that.

  • Thanks for the list of best laptop brands, It is helpful. I am planning to buy one laptop from Acer brand. Just curious to know their quality and reliability in terms of daily moderate use. I’m planning to buy Acer Nitro 5 Spin, so I want to know whether is a worthy laptop brand to invest or not!

    • Hello Hemant, as per my recommendation every laptop brand is nice if you pick a nice model with right needs. Acer Nitro 5 Spin is a budget gaming laptop and no doubt that it can handle all mediocre games very well as it is equipped with NVIDIA’s GTX 1050 graphic card which is quite powerful for gaming and editing stuff. You have nearest service centre then go for it.

  • Super list Atul! ASUS is awesome bro, as I have owned ’em in the past. Now I love my Acer Chromebook. Thanks for sharing.


  • Hi Atul as I was browsing for laptops I came across your site – its very informative – thank you .

    I am planning to get a new laptop – I am a dance instructor and a home baker so I use it mostly for browsing the internet, downloading songs, editing songs, pictures and videos occasionally watching movies . Oh yes not forgetting I use iPod for all my classes and I need to update frequently.

    What would you recommend?

    • Hello Ms. Malar, first of all thanks for checking our recommended list of laptop brands. Based on your query I would like to suggest you few options.

      1. Dell XPS 13 (Newest Model) [Most Recommended One].
      2. Apple’s MacBook, Air 13 or Pro.
      3. Microsoft Surface Pro 4.

      • Hi Atul thank you for your recommendation I shall take a look at all 3 of them and see what suits my budget ;)

  • Hello Sir! I would like to have your advice. I want a laptop for programming, Graphic designing and a little bit of video editing (No gaming). My budget is around Rs 60,000. Which laptop would you suggest? Also, I saw an HP Pavilion model with an Intel i5-8250U Processor, 8GBs of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 940MX GPU, 1TB HDD (8GB SSD) and all the ports I will be requiring. Should I go for it?

    • Hi Himank, let me know the exact model first because I have never seen a laptop with jut 8 GBs of SSD drive, I think it would be RAM or Would be 80 GBs.

  • Very well researched review on best laptop brands. Thumbs up for you.

    As of now I am using Dell XPS 13 and I can say that it is one of the best laptop which I have tried and tested yet, just webcam placement is little weird.

    Apple is slightly backed by their butterfly keys issues which they are not accepting as a total failure. I can say that because I used Apple’s MacBook Pro 13 Touch Bar edition and their keys just failed to register my key press most of the time.

  • Each laptop brand has its own plus and minus side. Unless we have very specific requirements choosing a best laptop brand is difficult.

    Your list of of best laptop brands is trustworthy as your work is visible after reading such a nice review. You have gone through some serious work there Atul, keep it up.

  • Well you have written such a nice review on the best laptop brands, I would like to add my opinion here as well.

    The choice of best laptop brands also depends on your needs.

    Let’s say if you require the laptop for gaming then MSI, Razer Blade, and Asus are the best brands to go with. But if you need the laptop just for surfing the net, watching movies or playing light games on it then you can’t go wrong with the laptops from Dell, HP, and Lenovo as they are equally better. We can’t be very specific that this particular brand is better than the other one.