best gaming laptop under 50,000

“laptops are not capable of gaming” who says that laptops are capable of gaming we are going to tell you the best gaming laptops and don’t worry if you don’t have that much money then this article is for you all of the laptops that are listed are under 50,000 so chill out and relax! 



HP Pavilion 15-ab032TX (price) Available on Flipkart here


While the HP Pavilion 15-ab032TX is technically priced a little above 50K, the crisp full HD display makes it well worth the extra Rs. 3,000. The i5 5200U is a fifth-gen Broadwell part. Being a ULV (Ultra-low voltage processor) it literally sips power, while providing decent performance–it’ll certainly not bottleneck the GT 940M GPU while gaming. The 940M is a Maxwell part that offers performance just a hair slower than the GT 750M and is the best GPU you’ll find at this price point. Any game from before 2012 should max out at 720p, while less intensive titles like Fallout 3 will be fully playable at 1080p. You can get a decent experience from newer games like Shadow of Mordor as well, if you’re reasonable with the settings



Dell Inspiron 15 3537 (Rs. 30,890) Available on Flipkart here


The 30-40K price range is the real sweet spot for budget gaming laptops. In the 40-60K range, most manufacturers feature productivity/business oriented systems that will generally ship with an i5 or i7 and lots of RAM, but lack graphics oomph. Go cheaper and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a decent gaming machine. The Inspiron 15 3537 is the best gaming machine you’ll get in the 30-40K range. The i3 4010U is a bit of an underperformer, at a locked 1.7 GHz, and 2 GB of RAM is cutting it a little thin these days. However, the Radeon 8670M is one of the better GPUs in this price range. While it may not run recent titles like The Witcher 3, the 8670M is more than sufficient for a playable experience with 7th-gen titles, at the laptop’s native resolution of 1366×768. You’ll get a better gaming experience on the Inspiron 15 3537 than on either the PS3 or the Xbox 360. Not a bad deal at this price.


 #3 LENOVO G50-4

Lenovo G50-4 (Rs. 20,800) Available on Snapdeal here


AMD’s A-series APUs are a real win for budget gamers. Combining reasonably powerful quad-core processors (which, factoring in the higher clock speeds, likely perform on par with the PS4’s and Xbox One’s processors), with integrated graphics based on the same GCN architecture as AMD’s dedicated cards, A-series APUs deliver very best gaming performance you can get at this price, comparable to entry-level dedicated graphics. The Lenovo G50 features the A6-6310, one of the more modest APUs in the A-series. At this price point, you’ll have to lower your expectations somewhat. However, the G50’s APU should be able to run older last-gen titles at console settings (medium-high), at 720p. More recent titles like Far Cry 3 may have trouble running on the G50, but keep in mind, there were plenty of great games released between 2005-2010. Mass Effect, Oblivion, F.E.AR. and the like should have no trouble running on the G50.

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