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Good and cheap laptop for work and study

Still haven’t found a good and cheap notebook for work and studies? We have selected some models that can meet your needs.

Choosing an ideal notebook was no longer an easy task, considering that there are several different components and that the choice of one or the other affects the performance of the notebook and how it will be able to handle multitasking and if it can handle a video editing program, for example. . Making it easy for anyone who wants a good and cheap notebook, we’ve selected the best affordable notebook lines from each manufacturer with different configurations and that don’t cost so much.

Acer Aspire

Acer, has the Aspire line and its huge variation of models, going from basic and intermediate configurations. You can basically find these configuration options:

Processador: Intel Core i3, i5 or i7;RAM: Up to 20 GB of RAM – expandable, depending on the model; Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620, Intel Iris XE, Radeon RX 640 2GB, GeForce 940MX 2GB or GeForce MX250 2GB; Storage: 1TB or 2TB HDD or 256GB or 512GB SSD — easily accessible expansion slot; Screen: 14 or 15.6 inches with HD or Full-HD resolution; Connections: HDMI, USB 3.0, USB-C, SD card reader;

A good option is the Acer Aspire 5 notebook, with an 11th Generation Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, which has an extra slot for expansion and 256GB of SSD storage and a Full HD screen.

Asus Vivobook

It is possible to find notebooks Asus Vivobook with different configurations and prices.

These are the specifications of the line devices:Processador: Celeron, Intel Core i3, i5 or i7; RAM: Up to 16 GB of RAM – expandable, depending on the model; Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620 or GeForce MX230 or GeForce MX330; Storage: SSD up to 1TB; Screen: 15.6 inches with HD or Full-HD resolution; Connections: HDMI, USB 3.2, USB-C, micro SD card reader;

We chose the Vivobook X543UA-DM3457T version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It is worth mentioning that its screen is 15.6” with Full HD resolution, features that help a lot in the easy visualization of information and even to consume movies or videos.

Another benefit is its weight of 1.9 kg; a good number for those who want to transport it around the places.

Lenovo Ideapad

The main line of notebooks Lenovo are the IdeaPad, now available in the 3 series, so you’ll find both advanced and more basic settings on their computers.

Let’s highlight the Lenovo Ideapad 3i notebook, with a tenth-generation i5 processor, 8GB of memory, 256GB SSD and a 15.6-inch TN screen with HD resolution. Features that serve well those who are looking for a device for lighter studies, without programs that demand so much from the processor.

Samsung Book

The line of notebooks from Samsung known as Book offers a good cost-benefit, a great option for those who want a good and cheap notebook for work and studies that may require a little processor, depending on the model.

In the previous generation, there were models like the E30 or X50, now it only has the model code as an identification, so it’s worth checking out the full line first to find out which one meets your needs in light of the specifications.

We selected the Samsung Book NP550XDA-KF2BR, it has 11th Generation Core i5, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal space on SSD. Furthermore, it comes with an integrated graphics card, Intel Iris Xe Graphics.

We couldn’t forget to mention its 15.6-inch Full HD screen with TN panel, anti-glare technology and a frequency rate of 60 Hz, providing image quality.

Dell Inspiron 3000

The 3000 series, which is currently 15 3000, of the notebooks Dell has basic and intermediate specifications. 

Generally speaking, it has products with an Intel Pentium, Core i3, i5 or i7 processor that is 11th generation; RAM memory options range from 4GB to 16GB, expandable up to 32GB; storage options are limited to 128GB, 256GB or up to 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD.

Speaking of the screen, it is available with 13.3″ or 15.6″, in HD resolution or even Full HD. Some models have an NVIDIA GeForce MX450 card with 2GB GDDR5, which can be a good attraction for those who want a notebook that can run some not-so-heavy games.

A good version for work is the Dell Inspiron 15 3000 with 11th Gen Intel Core i3, 4GB of RAM, expandable to 16GB; and 256GB of SSD storage.

The screen of the Dell Inspiron 15 3000 Full HD that we chose is 15.6”, with Full HD resolution and a WVA type panel, offering a higher image quality and a colour reproduction closer to life.