There are many laptops with the great specifications in the market right now. The price of many new models is very affordable. However, so many models often overwhelm laptop buyers. The first instinct is to buy a laptop with higher specs. Nowadays, however, even a laptop with medium specs is enough to do your daily tasks without compromising on the productivity. Here, we have reviewed some medium priced laptop for you to make your buying decision easier.
Dell XPS 13 (S799)
This razor-thin laptop by Dell only weighs 2.7 pounds and has been a consumer favorite for past two years. This laptop comes with different specs. XPS 13 with 8th generation CPU is a bit expensive, but you can buy Dell XPS 13 with a 7th generation processor, which works great by the way.
Acer Aspire E 15 ($350)
You would have a hard time finding a better medium priced laptop. This 15-inch laptop has a great 1080p display, a Core i3 CPU, 1 terabyte hard disk, and a strong built. It has a great build and has a DVD drive as well. Surprisingly, it has the latest Type-C connector, in addition to three standard USB ports.
Microsoft Surface Pro ($799)
This detachable machine offers long battery life and great performance. It has a great detachable keyboard and is perfect for the people on the move. There is no Surface Pen in the box anymore, however.
Asus ZenBook UX330UA ($700)
With this medium priced laptop, you get a light 2.7 pound Ultrabook with fast Core i5 processor and sharp 1080p display. It has a 256 GB SSD and lasts more than 10 hours with a single recharge.
Asus Chromebook Flip C213SA ($350)
This Asus Chromebook is very durable, and a preferable machine for kids. It has a great keyboard and has 11-hour battery time. It has an 11.6-inch touchscreen and can run Android apps.