The best laptops for Pakistani students

The best laptops for Pakistani students

Pakistan is one of the most populated countries in the world, with over 207 million people calling the country home. When you’re talking about that many people, you can imagine that the education system can be pretty intense, and the number of students that need laptops or tablets has never been higher. This article will talk about some of the best laptops on the market for Pakistani students, taking into account local prices and needs as well as features and specifications to come up with these recommendations.


What to look for when choosing a new laptop

Before you even start researching laptops, it’s important to think about what kind of device you want. If you want to use it primarily for schoolwork and browsing, a Chromebook will be great. If gaming is high on your list, a full-powered laptop that can be customized will do well. And if you don’t care about bells and whistles—just want something cheap—you could go with a tablet or an ultraportable laptop. If your budget allows, though, we recommend buying whatever computer feels most comfortable to you personally. That way, learning how to use it won’t feel like work at all.


Best portable gaming laptops

Often dubbed gamer laptops, these machines are known to pack more powerful graphics cards and larger amounts of system memory. Gamers who demand top-of-the-line performance will want something with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580 GPU (ideally, a laptop with both). The former typically comes with 6 GB of VRAM; you’ll need to pay at least $1,200 to get a laptop with 8 GB of VRAM. The more VRAM you have, the faster your laptop will be able to run, so high-end gaming laptops are often heavier than lighter mainstream models that tend to have lower-powered graphics cards.


Best cheap business laptops

The Asus X302 is a very cheap business laptop (it costs less than $200) that runs Linux. It's not perfect, but its battery life, performance, and screen make it a decent option if you need to buy a laptop on a tight budget. The same can be said of any laptop running Ubuntu -- they're all cheap, but some are more suitable than others depending on your needs. You could also go with a Chromebook; they're even cheaper than regular laptops and run Google's Chrome OS instead of Windows or Mac OS X. Depending on what programs you need to run in order to do your job, you might have luck installing Windows on one -- just keep in mind that Chrome OS is designed mostly for Web applications and light work.


Best value ultrabooks

The Dell XPS 13 and Lenovo Yoga 910 are your best options if you’re looking for a premium experience that won’t break your budget. Both start at under $1000, but can easily hit $1200 with some upgrades. The price tag is still a good value compared to other premium ultrabooks, however, which can exceed $2000. Both systems feature gorgeous displays and well-built hardware, though both show their age when it comes to performance—thanks to Intel’s long-running tick-tock cycle of alternating CPU architectures on an annual basis.


Best student/entry-level MacBooks

MacBook Air (2018) — The new MacBook Air is arguably one of Apple’s most affordable notebooks. Starting at $999, it comes with an Intel i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD. For just a little more cash, you can max out its specs to give yourself a nice device that should be able to handle pretty much anything you throw at it while in school. It might not be as high-end as Apple’s latest Pro notebook lineup, but if all you need are some apps and your classes, it shouldn’t matter too much to you. As an added bonus, there are plenty of third-party cases available for even more protection if you want to spend a bit extra on protection or extra style.

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