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Budget Laptops Under PHP 20K (early 2019)




Laptops come in different specs and price tags. The more powerful the hardware, the more expensive it becomes. But let’s say you’re a high school student and just looking for something that can handle basic tasks for school work, then you might want to settle with entry-level types that won’t break the bank. Here are five budget laptops under PHP 20K.

Author’s note: The laptops listed below were based on listings from Villman, PC Express, and PC Worx.

ASUS VivoBook Max X441NC

14-inch HD (1366 x 768) display
Intel Pentium N4200
NVIDIA GT810 Graphics
4GB SDRAM
500GB SATA HDD
VGA Web Cam
Muli-Format Card Reader
3cells, 36 Whrs battery
Windows 10 Home
PHP 19,980

Acer Aspire 3 A314-31

14-inch HD (1366 x 768)
Intel Pentium N4200
Intel HD Graphics
4GB DDR3 RAM
500GB SATA HDD
VGA Web Cam
SD Card Reader
2-cell 4810 mAh
Windows 10 Home
PHP 19,999


Dell Inspiron 14 3473

14-inch HD display
Intel Pentium Silver N5000
Intel UHD Graphics 600
4GB RAM
500GB HDD
HD Web Cam
4-cell 40 WHr battery
Windows 10 Home
PHP 19,490

HP Notebook 15

15.6-inch HD (1366 x 768) display
Intel Pentium Silver N5000
Intel HD Graphics 620
4GB DDR4 RAM
500GB HDD
HD Web Cam
Multi-Format Card Reader
DVD Writer Optical Drive
3-cell, 41 WHr battery
Windows 10 Home
PHP 19,990

Lenovo Ideapad 330

14-inch HD display
Intel Pentium Silver N5000
Intel HD Graphics
4GB DDR4 RAM
500GB HDD
HD Web Cam
4-in-1 card reader
2-cell, 30WHr battery
Windows 10 Home
PHP 19,992

And that sums it up. We hope that this list has helped you scout for a budget laptop that can handle basic productivity tasks. If you have other recommendations, let your fellow readers know in the comments below.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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6 Responses

  1. daily reader says:

    Hi. I have the HP Notebook 15. kaya lang, super bagal. tried updating the OS pero ganun pa din. help please.

    • mema says:

      try to install windows xp

    • Chris says:

      The traditional hard drive inside that laptop is slow. If you want a more responsive laptop, upgrade to a solid state drive (SSD). Otherwise, that’s just how a laptop with HDD performs, and it will get slower in time as more files are written. I personally don’t recommend HDD laptops anymore.

  2. King Jim says:

    @daily reader
    tama si Chris upgrade to SSD larger ram

    @mema comment of the year awardee waw

  3. Pepe says:

    alright rock n roll to the world??

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