The Best Laptops in India For 2018

Laptop is a necessary commodity in the age of information and internet. Our list of of the Best Laptops In India for 2018 offers a great blend of performance and crucial features at every price point. Our list of the best laptops in India includes options from the latest laptops available today in Indian market. Have a look, we are confident that you would find a great match for your needs.

Without any further ado let’s look at the best laptops in India for 2018 which are currently available in the market for all kinds of usage.


Dell XPS 15

The Dell XPS has remained a worthy competitor to Apple’s MacBook and this year as well the newer XPS 15 stands head and shoulders above the competition. The Dell XPS 15 is an amalgamation of everything you would ever need from a mainstream laptop. It has the performance of a gaming laptop, the battery life of an Ultrabook and an industrial design which is tried and tested in the years past.



Lenovo IdeaPad 530S

The new generation of Lenovo IdeaPads comes with a more mature design, classy look, and a dependable computing experience. Masthead of the 500-series of IdeaPads, the IdeaPad 530S scores very high on performance, display quality, build, and battery life. It also comes with an Nvidia MX150 GPU for occasional light gaming.


HP Spectre x360

Remember the Spectre 13 from last year. This year we got to see the convertible variant of that laptop. The Spectre x360 in its latest avatar is the best convertible laptop available today. Be it build quality, performance or battery life, the x360 trumps all competition quite easily. It also has one of the best keyboards we have encountered on a convertible laptop, making it a brilliant everyday machine.


Lenovo Ideapad 720s

Weighing just 1.1 kilograms, the Lenovo Ideapad 720s is the new king of thin and light laptops. Lenovo has updated the build quality drastically, which puts it right beside the likes of HP’s Spectre 13. It offers the best performance and battery life in its price category and now features a fingerprint scanner for added security.


Asus Vivobook S15

Besides the Dell XPS 15, the Asus Vivobook S15 is one of the most exciting launches of the year in the mainstream category. The laptop brought a beautiful bezel-less display in a more affordable package along with some really good hardware. The laptop is powered by 8th gen Intel Core processors and offers reliable performance along with a premium looking design. The battery life is a little weak though.


Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga

If you’re already familiar with the ThinkPad X1 Yoga and are upgrading from last year’s model, you may not find much to excite you in this year’s model. However, if you’re in the market for a convertible business laptop that can double up as a tablet for drawing and note-taking, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga is all you’ll need. It has 8th-gen Intel Core series processors, 16GB RAM, and numerous NVMe SSD options. This machine is decked to the gills with clever features and performance is truly top-notch. Its hefty price may cause a pause for thought though.


Lenovo Yoga 730

Though the Lenovo Yoga 730 isn’t all that different from the Yoga 720, it is a capable device that sports some great qualities: a surprisingly comfortable keyboard, a precise touchpad, a bright and colourful display, and a quick CPU. Price becomes the biggest deal-breaker for it.


Acer Aspire 5

Acer also offers 8th gen Intel Core processors on its latest line of laptops and amongst those the Acer Aspire 5 is one of the most affordable laptops you can buy today. The machine is not as good looking as the Asus Vivobook S15, but it does offer a similar performance. It is also available with NVIDIA’s MX150 GPU and has a commendable battery life.



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