Here, we’ve covered the list of 7 best laptops you can buy right now for everyday use. The notebooks you’ll find here run on Windows or DOS. They pack DDR4 RAM, latest 7th or 8th Generation Intel processor, a high-quality display, and an Intel HD, or NVIDIA GPU.

Laptops are portable and powerful. Although companies have launched tablets and powerful with powerful hardware, you will hardly find a tablet/phone that supports apps that run only the Windows or Linux OS. Notebooks with good configuration have several advantages over desktops and mobile devices. Hence, instead of buying a tablet, you must buy a laptop.

If your budget for a notebook INR 30000 to 40000, go through the below list:

Best laptops under 40000 Rs in India

Lenovo 330E

Lenovo Ideapad 320E
Lenovo has equipped the 330E Ideapad series laptop with an Intel core i3 8th Generation processor and an Intel HD graphics chipset.

The notebook has 4GB DDR4 RAM and it provides a massive 1TB storage memory. It runs on the 64-bit Windows 10 operating system. 320E has a two-cell battery that gives a total of 200 to 300 minutes of backup power on a single charge (4 to 5 hours). Hence, it is suitable for office, gaming or business use. If you use the Ideapad 330E notebook for gaming, the battery backup will be up to 3 hours.

Lenovo 330E is equipped with a 15.6-inch LED anti-glare display that has 1920 x 1080 pixels screen resolution. It also includes a high-definition web camera. This device includes support for Bluetooth, Wireless LAN and includes USB ports, HDMI port, etc. It costs 35000 INR.

Lenovo Ideapad 330s

Lenovo Ideapad 330s

IP 330S is the latest everyday use laptop that costs within 35000 to 40000 Rs. It offers the 8th generation Intel Core i3 dual-core processor that has a base clock speed of 2.2 GHz. It employs Intel’s graphics chip for handling graphics and includes a USB Type C port.

This Lenovo device features 4GB DDR4 RAM module and a 5400 RPM 1 Terabyte capacity hard disk drive. It comes installed with 64-bit disk operating system. It provides two cell batteries.

330S features an high-definition 14-inch IPS LED display, dual array Microphone system, and a DVD burner. It packs an SD card reader. It weighs about 2.07 kilograms and costs Rs 36000 in India.

Acer Aspire E5-575

Acer Aspire E5-575

This laptop from Acer has a Core i5 2500 MHz Intel 7200U 7th Generation processor and 4GB DDR4 RAM module. The processor supports 64-bit OS and it has 3MB cache memory. E5-575 provides 1024GB HDD. As it has a powerful processor, the performance of applications will be great.

This Acer device includes good quality speakers and it offers a decent battery backup. It features 15.6-inch high-definition display. It packs NVIDIA GeForce 940M graphics processor. E5-575G flaunts a 720p webcam and Acer has fitted it with HDMI, USB ports. The notebook includes Acer’s HD web camera and it has a CD/DVD writer.

HP 4HR25PA

HP G6

Equipped with a 2.5 GHz Intel 7th Generation Core I5 processor, 4HR25PA has 6MB cache memory and it runs on the Windows 10 OS. It has a 15.6-inch full HD display.

4HR25PA is equipped with 4GB DDR4 RAM, and 1TB SATA HDD (hard disk). It features high-definition web camera, Intel HD graphics chip, dual-layer DVD-RW drive, 2 high-quality speakers, a microphone, and a 4 cell lithium-ion battery.

4HR25PA ships with USB 2.0/3.0, RJ45 LAN, HDMI, VGA ports. It includes a card reader. It offers Bluetooth, WiFi wireless connectivity options. This device weighs 1.87 Kgs. It is priced at 39000 Rs.

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Acer A515

Acer A515

One of the latest laptops on our list, Acer A515 packs an Intel dual-core Core i5 7th Generation processor, which clocks at 1.6 GHz speed and has six megabytes cache memory. The CPU can function in the turbo boost mode. The clock rate will increase up to 3.4GHz when the Turbo Boost mode is active.

Acer A515 has 8GB DDR4 system memory. It offers 1TB storage (5400 RPM), DL DVD-RW drive and has a large 15.6 inch HD LED display. It packs a Nvidia GeForce graphics chipset.

A515 offers free DOS, HD web camera, and stereo speakers. It offers 4 to 5 hours of battery backup. It includes RJ45 LAN, Mic In, HDMI, and VGA ports. This notebook packs a multi-card reader. Its price is 43900 Rs.

HP bs146tu

HP bs146tu

Priced around 40000 Rs, this HP laptop is powered by an eight-generation 2000 MHz Core i5 Intel processor (with Turbo Boost). bs146tu has a 1TB capacity hard disk drive and 4GB high-speed DDR4 RAM module. It ships with a 15.6-inch anti-glare display.

bs146tu features an Intel HD 620 graphics processor. It provides an HDMI port and 2+ USB Ports. It includes 2 HD speakers and web-camera.

bs146tu includes a battery which gives 5 hours of backup power. It runs on the 64-bit Windows 10 O.S. It comes pre-installed with several useful applications and has a lightweight build. The HP BS146Tu notebook costs 41000 INR.

Asus R542UQ

Asus R542UQ

R542UQ is one of the finest Asus laptops within 40000 Rs range. It employs the processing power of Intel Core i5 seventh-generation processor, DDR4 8GB RAM, and 1TB HDD.

Asus R542UQ runs on disk operating system and it has a 1366 x 768 pixels resolution set 15.6 inches LED display. It packs a powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 940MX graphics processing unit coupled with a 2GB dedicated video memory. Hence, you can use this device for gaming purposes.

This Asus notebook has a 720p web camera. It includes a battery which gives 3 to 4 hours of backup power. R542UQ has a 3.07 kilograms weight. It supports Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.0, and Wireless LAN. Asus R542UQ costs INR 43000.

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32 COMMENTS

  1. Simran

    Gaming is better in laptops with graphics card 940M or 940mx

    940mx is said to be starting series if you wanna play every game.

  2. lesjin joe mathew

    Hey, I’d like to add an SSD to my old laptop. I have backed up everything on my External Hard drive from the old hard drive. Please tell me how I will be able to restore the software from the external hard drive. Really confused!

  3. Nikhil

    Hi!
    I am presently working as a cad engineer and I want to buy a new laptop for using cad software like NX and CATIA. My colleague’s views are different for various notebooks due to which I’m bit confused about product selection.
    Please guide me. My budget is up to 40K.

  4. ppankaj

    Hi,
    I want to buy 15-ac149tx but it has less core processor. Is it good or bad for a normal work?
    Can this laptop connect to a projector?

  5. faizal meman

    try buy Dell Inspiron APU Quad Core A10 – (8 GB/1 TB HDD/Windows 10/2 GB Graphics) Z566120HIN9 5555 Notebook
    or buy Lenovo Ideapad 500-15ACZ Notebook (80K40038IH)
    or acer aspire apu quad core a10

  6. Aniruddhsinh

    Hello,
    If laptop has i3 5th gen and amd graphics 4 GB ram can support auto cad and that type of programming smoothly ??

  7. Chandrashekar

    Hi,
    I’m looking to buy a good quality, long lasting laptop for office and personal use. Budget 40K. Please suggest.

  8. What is wrong with buying the laptop having AMD’s processor and graphic card? I mean what are the pros and cons of buying an AMD system vs Intel system?

    • Nothing wrong. I am using a laptop with AMD GPU + CPU. It supports virtualization. I use Windows 10 and Open Suse Leap 42.1 OS on it. No issues so far.

  9. pratik apte

    Bro can you suggest a good laptop for heavy video editing under 80000 ? 🙂

  10. I want to know about the ASUS laptop which is Asus R558UF-XO044D. Does it have LCD or LED screen? Can I use these Linux Distros – Kali or backtrack? How is the ASUS after sales service? I mean are they better than others like dell or hp. And my last question is why the laptop is not listed on official website of ASUS

    • It has LED backlit display (as per the product listing page of 2 online retailers). The 2 Linux distros you’ve mentioned are not hardware demanding. The laptop should be able to run them. Kindly check the requirements of the 2 operating systems for more details. I can’t comment about the customer support. If Asus has a ticket based support system, then you shouldn’t worry about the support because the ticket will remain open until the issue gets resolved.

  11. Shivam

    I am planning to buy a new laptop under 60K but I am confused. I like Dell and Apple brands. I want a notebook for day to day use with a perfect value for money. Kindly help me out.

  12. Hi Chandan!
    Popular brands have their service centers in all states. Don’t worry about the brand. Check the specs of the laptops and chose one that meets your requirements.

  13. tanay

    I want a laptop for hardcore gaming like assassins creed and advanced warfare and also for project work under 35k?? I am confused. Please help me

  14. Rupam Debnath

    Hi Pramod,
    I have a budget of 35k. I am into hardcore gaming, so Nvidia 2gb graphics is a must along with Quad core processor or Intel i3/i5/i7 that can give me around 2 GHz clock speed, lesser with turbo boost is also preferred. I am OK with Windows 7/8. I searched a lot in ASUS, Lenovo, but unable to make a decision. Either I am getting AMD Radeon (not preferred) with overall good speed and Windows Or I am getting Nvidia but with DOS and lesser clock speed. Please suggest me few good laptops.

  15. Piyush

    I am looking forward to buying a laptop for my computer science engineering course. I think I will be requiring both Windows and Linux OS. My budget is Rs 40000. What laptops will you recommend?

    • Pramod Choudhary

      Core I3 4th or 5th gen laptop with 8GB RAM. You can get this configuration easily for within 34K to 38K Rs. I am recommending 8GB RAM because you might have to run powerful IDEs like Visual studio, Eclipse,…etc. IDEs are memory hogging applications and to run without lags/performance issues, you’ll need a machine with a lot of RAM

  16. sam

    hey pramod i want to buy a laptop and my budget is around rs30000-40000
    i want to buy laptop.for my gamming’multimedia and for internet surfing which laptop should i choose plz guide me..:-)

  17. Mike Chadha

    I recently picked up a lenovo with an AMD A-8 Processor for 24000. Upon trying to use the Internet the scene was dim & letters grainy . I returned same to the store who recommended a lenovo with higher specs . So I paid 15k extra & got a lenovo Z50-70, with Intel I3 process 4th gen with 8 gb ram & 1 tb hdd. Unfortunately same problem . Media & ms office is fine but the screen is very dim when checking emails & Web . Want to exchange it with a think pad but it has the same problem . Do I go for a HP Pavilion. Why are these laptops having poor quality screens ?

    • Pramod

      AMD A8 processor is as good as core i3. For gamers, this CPU is better than core i3 as you get a discrete GPU that handles games & graphics. I have purchased G50 series notebook with the same A8 processor and 8GB RAM. All i can say is that the laptop is awesome. It offers 3GB of video RAM and 6.5GB system memory. I’m not sure why you’re facing this issue. Try changing the power plan to increase brightness. The brightness is good in G50. If this doesn’t work, contact lenovo support. They might help you out in this issue!

  18. S. Thomas

    I’m looking for a 14 inch notebook in the Rs 30-35,000 price range – and there’s not a single one mentioned in your list. What your be your choice among the 14 inchers? I’m okay with notebooks with the AMD quad-core APUs.

  19. Ayushman SIngh

    Dude… Is there any FULL HD laptop out there(1080p) with 2gb graphics card around 40,000rs
    Plz reply ASAP!

    • Sourav

      yeah, the Acer Aspire e5-551g is perfect for you at 32000. It has 2gb graphics, along with AMD a10 processor which has a clock speed of 3.2ghz. It also has 8GB RAM and 7 hrs battery backup.

  20. Sahil Garg

    hello PRAMOD
    thanks for sharing this info, i am having prob in my recent acer E1 Laptop, so thinking about buying a New one. i have made my mind on Dell In Inpiron 15. but tell me one thing about Clock Speed which is Good 1.8 GHz or higher like 2.4 GHz. BTW thanks for sharing such info here.

  21. Dee Ann Rice

    I would really like to get a new laptop as mine is several years old now. I have not really been looking recently so it was interesting to read your post.

    You have several brands of computers represented in your post. Which brand would you recommend? I guess the two I think are the best and have had the least problems with are Lenovo and Acer. I am running on an Acer right now and had a Lenovo prior to that. The thing I did not like about the Lenovo is that particular one had a partitioned hard drive. The running system had its on partition of the C drive. The problem is that partition very quickly became to small for the running system and it was almost impossible to even use it.

    What do you think of the Mac Book. I am very seriously thinking of getting an Apple laptop for my next computer. I think they have much less problems with viruses and people I have talked to who have switched over love the Apple. I have an Apple iPhone and iPad and love them.

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