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Tuesday, 31 March 2020

4 Laptops Better Than HP in Price, Battery, Durability, Dependability and Resourcefulness

Best and Cheapest Alternatives to HP Laptops for Students and Businesses.
You might have read my testimony to the quality of Asus laptops in the post “4 Cheapest and Best Asus Laptops You Can Buy Online - For Students, Professionals and Business People”. I didn’t compare HP and Asus there though. I mentioned how I had previously overrated HP laptops until I laid hands on Asus EeeBook.

I wasn’t the only one in HP’s fan net then. Most prospective buyers want more of HP than any other brands around here.

This could be because HP has been around for years and their marketing effort is well paying off.

But do you know that several other brands have beaten HP hands down from users’ experiences? Below is the list of such powerhouses taking the front position over your beloved HP.

1. Asus Laptops

Sorry dude! I had to start with Asus again. Well, don’t call me Asus fanboy yet. Just to tell you what I know and soon, you’ll know the same.

Tipalti says it all in his post, “Which laptops are better, HP or Asus?

I will only add this more, “from keyboard feel (light click, no sound, display, software efficiency etc Asus wins my dear heart”.

Few of Asus machines you may want to consider instead of HP include but not limited to:
  • ASUS ASUS X5415 Intel Pentium Quad-Core,  
  • ASUS Intel Pentium Dual Core, 
  • ASUS Zenpad, 
  • ASUS Vivo Book Max, 
  • ASUS Vivobook X540NA, and  
  • Asus Intel Core I7 1TB Gaming Laptop.

You can see the details in my post, “4 Cheapest and Best Asus Laptops You Can Buy Online

2. Lenovo Laptops

I have been able to convince a few people asking me for a guide on which one to go for, to consider Lenovo laptops instead.

This is my top recommendation if you want to save some bucks while you still enjoy top tier values for your money.
A post, Lenovo vs Hp Laptops can give you better ideas of why I’ll take Lenovo over HP.

However, I will only convince you based on what other users experiences of Lenovo and my personal experiences.

1. Lenovo Ideapad Mini Laptop 110S-11IBR Intel Atom is one of the most beautiful 11.6” laptop I’ve ever seen.
  • The 4GB RAM wins my favorite Asus EeeBook in memory but in other departments – they are the same.
  • Can be the perfect choice if you love more of browsing speed - perfect for students, business professionals. 
  • 8 hours of battery back-up is more than juicy.
2. Lenovo Ideapad 300-15IBR Celeron is quite conventional with 15.6” screen and 1.6Ghz Processor (6GB RAM, 500GB HDD) and can win your heart with very affordable price.

3. Lenovo Intel Celeron Quadcore equally packs 1.6Ghz (2GB RAM, 500HDD) in an elegant machine.
  • Uzy said, "I was impressed. Thanks. The laptop is top quality too".
  • Jenny said, "Good for the Price"

4. Lenovo Ideapad- Intel Celeron packs 500GB HDD and 4GB RAM instead. This though comes at additional cost.

5. Lenovo Ideapad 110-15ISK Gen Intel Core I3. Need more speed, memory and storage capacity for any number of files possible? This is what you need!
  • With 2.3Ghz processor (4GB 1TB HDD) Windows 10, you’re spending your money on the right partner.
  • What Chibugo said, “Really good, lightweight, doesn't heat up. Totally enjoying it” can be the summary of how this laptop won a 4-star rating.

3. Dell

My first laptop ever was a Dell (about 15 years ago). Since then, I've always respected their touches for dependability and strength.

In fact, I missed a laptop that sustained about 5 heavy drops together with my little girl two times jump-over.

I changed taste because Dell may appear too serious about the dependability of their laptops. With ruggedity in mind of a manufacturer, it’s hard to achieve elegance and cool feelings which are two of those things I cherish about my newest partner.

If you’re not like me or you need something much more stubborn for poor handling, most Dell laptops will be your best bets.

And lately, they have equally been changing games with their latest products in town.

With the latest reviews and ratings from other users, I guarantee Dell has not dented the goodwill I knew them for.

Some times their products can be pricier but that comes with more value.

However, I’d done a great job to find the latest 4 – 5 stars laptops at a price less than $320 (#100,000). See my choices below
  • Dell Inspiron 15 Laptop Intel Celeron (4GB, 500GBHDD) Windows 10 Laptop
  • Dell Inspiron 15 3552 - Intel Celeron - 500GB HDD - 4GB RAM - Windows 10 HOME
  • Dell Inspiron 15 7th Gen Touchscreen Core I3-2.4Ghz(8GB RAM 1TB HDD) 15.6 Wins 10
  • Dell Inspiron 13.3" 2-in-1 Laptop (7th Gen Core I3 (up To 2.40 GHz), 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD) Windows 10
  • Dell Inspiron 15 Intel Core I3-7100U 2.4Ghz (6GB SDRAM, 1TB HDD) 15.6-Inch Windows 10 Laptop
  • Dell Dell Inspiron 15-I3552-3240BLK: Intel Pentium N3700 processor, 1.7GHz, 500gb/4gb, Cam, Blth, Dvd Rom, "15", Win10

4. Acer

I have seen couples of this brand with clients around here.

I have to personally use their laptops because I was so convinced with lots of positive feedback from current users.

I’d recently tried to pick one - for they're already winning my heart with high specifications even at a cheaper price.

1. Acer Aspire 3 A315-51-35DQ Intel Core I3-6006U 2.4GHz (1TB HDD 4GB RAM) 15.5-Inch Free DOS Laptop has won 5 stars rating from users.
  • Ifechukwude said, "powerful and affordable"
  • Patience said, "Nice spec"
2. Acer Aspire R7-372T-758Q 2-IN-1: Intel Core I7-6500U, 2.5GHz, 256ssd/8gb, Cam, Blth, Touch, Backlit, "13"(1920x1080), Win10Pro can be pricier though, yet is one of the most elegant laptops have ever set my eyes on.

Most buyers had used one or two of my tips in the 7 Ways to Save Money When Buying from Online Shops. You can also save some money if you use them.

It's not actually straightforward to compare laptops without being specific about areas such as battery life, durability, resourcefulness etc. But no resource can give you that much. What will matter at long run are your tastes, personal preferences and what other users (before you) have to say from experiences.

This post is a product of such experiences.

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