A $400 laptop doesn’t have to perform cheaply. That’s why today’s article has a list of laptops that have good processors, RAM, storage sizes, OS, and others.
With these laptops, you will be able to carry out your day-to-day tasks without slowing down.
ASUS VivoBook 15
The Asus VivoBook 15 is the best 400 dollar laptop you can get. It’s got all the features and some extras that you won’t mind having.
The laptop runs on Windows 10, with this, it is going to be compatible with most of the software and apps that are available today. You also get a lot of Microsoft features in this Operating System.
The laptop also has a 10th Gen intel core i3 processor with a clock speed of up to 3.4GHz. This is fast enough for most activities. You should be able to run some good games and demanding programs on this computer.
When it comes to RAM, you’re getting 8GB here. It’s also good enough to handle a lot of software… probably not the Chrome browser.
The VivoBook 15 also comes with a 128GB Solid State Drive (or SSD) which may not be as great as a 500GB HDD, but you can always get an external hard drive.
Other extra features include a 15.6 inch 1920 x 1080 display. With this screen, details will be sharp and in FullHD.
It also has a fingerprint scanner and a backlit keyboard.
The only thing I would say I don’t like about the laptop is that its Windows 10 version is Home and not Pro, but most users don’t care about that.
Newest HP 14 inch HD Laptop
This laptop comes with a smaller screen compared to the Asus laptop. It is a 14-inch screen. The resolution here is 1366 x 768. I believe this is an HD screen, not Full HD.
Another difference between the two laptops is their processor speeds. Here, it’s a laptop with a clock speed of up to 3.2GHz. Still good enough to run light to moderate programs.
Besides the fact that this laptop doesn’t have a fingerprint scanner or a backlit keyboard, aspects like RAM, Internal Storage, and windows OS are the same as the Asus computer we talked about previously.
Acer Aspire 5 A515-46-R14K
This laptop would have been laptop number 2, but it comes with 4GB of RAM. You’d have to buy more to get up to 8GB, which will make the price will go over 400 dollars.
However, this laptop has one of the fastest processors on today’s list, it goes up to 3.5GHz. Just like the other two we’ve talked about, it is also a dual processor.
Now, this laptop is not recommended for things like 3D designs, but it should handle light gaming and some graphics work.
You’ll get 128GB of storage space if you go for this laptop, it also has windows 10 as its operating system.
It also has an impressive 15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 full HD screen and yes, it has a fingerprint reader and a backlit keyboard.
If you can afford an extra RAM, I’d suggest going for this laptop over the HP 14.
Lenovo IdeaPad 3
Just like the HP 14 laptop I talked about earlier, you get the same screen resolution at 1366 x 768, even though the Lenovo Ideapad comes with a larger 15.6-inch screen.
Just to let you know that a big screen doesn’t mean a sharp display.
Anyways, you also get a Windows 10 OS on this laptop and a 128GB SSD. However, it’s only got 4GB of RAM. The good part is that you can add more RAM.
Talking about the processor, it’s got the same processor as the Acer laptop we previously talked about, clocking at 3.5GHz.
You’re not getting fancy extra features here besides things like Bluetooth, USB ports, and all that.
ASUS Laptop L210
Last but not least is the Asus l210. This is the cheapest laptop on today’s list. Considering that, you get things like 64GB of storage space, a small screen with a low resolution.
It’s also got a processor that you don’t want to overload, else the computer is going to get slow.
Before I get into specs, just know that this laptop is for those who just want to surf the web, watch movies, or stream videos online.
I won’t recommend this to people that want to carry out heavy activities.
So on the l210, you get an 11.6 inch HD screen. It’s got 4GB of RAM, and a processor clocking 2.80GHz.
Overall, this is just a laptop you want to carry out light activities on.
So I hope I’ve been able to help you pick a laptop, if you think I’ve missed out on a good laptop, just leave a comment and I’ll try to respond.