Best laptops under 60000 in India (2020)

The quest to find the perfect laptop is a long one, one riddled with hours and hours of searching. But once you find the one that suits your style, you are sorted for a few years. And then it begins again, another quest.

60000 is an excellent budget for buying a laptop and we have found that there are a lot of new players in the market such as Mi and they have done an excellent job at making this segment such a beauty. We are pretty sure you'll be happy with the purchase you make, especially the editor's choice laptops which we have provided.

So how does one find a laptop that fits him/her perfectly? We got a guide to find out the best laptops under 60000, and before that, we got a list we ourselves curated on the best laptops under 60000.

1. Editor's choice: Mi Notebook Horizon Edition

Processor: 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10510U processor
Graphics Card: Nvidia MX350 2GB GDDR5 Graphics
Storage: 512 GB PCIE Gen 3x4 NVMe SSD
Display: 14-Inch (1920X 1080 )Full HD Anti-Glare Screen

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It's not every day that you buy a laptop and it's better to buy one that looks absolutely gorgeous. Earlier it used to be just Apple that made premium good looking laptops, but Mi has taken a page out of their book and created a brilliant laptop.

Mi has gone with the latest of every technology available when they made this laptop. The laptop features a tenth generation Intel Core i7 processor. This is the latest generation processor from Intel. The processor is based on Comet Lake architecture. The processor is a quad-core processor with 2 threads per processor. The extra threads will give each core the ability to handle multiple tasks, thereby giving the quad-core processor the ability to behave like an eight-core processor.

The processor has a base speed of 1.80GHz and a maximum clock speed of 4.90GHz. This is one of the few laptops available in India that's on this generation of Intel processors. The laptop works extremely smooth due to the powerful processor.

Though this is an office laptop, Mi has packed power into the laptop by throwing a graphics card into the mix. The laptop features a new generation MX350 processor. The graphics card is a 2GB graphics card making this laptop suitable for minor gaming. The laptop is also great at video editing due to this graphics card. All this makes this a good value for money laptop that does every task a laptop is supposed to do brilliantly.

In the storage department, the laptop comes with 8GB of DDR4 RAM.  The RAM is more than enough for all the functions the laptop is supposed to perform. Gaming, video editing and even opening a lot of browser tabs is now easy because of this.

For more permanent storage the laptop features a 512GB SSD. The addition of SSD shows that Mi means serious business with this laptop and is here to share this segment. The SSD reduces the boot time of the laptop by about one-third of what a traditional drive will take. Studies have shown that it takes around 20-30s for Windows to boot on traditional HDDs while on an SSD it takes just around 10s. That is a massive improvement.

The display is a 14inch screen on this laptop. The screen is an anti-glare screen and has a resolution of 1920x1080. The display is full HD and is bezel-less. Even on the top, the bezel is so thin that we feel that this is one of the most gorgeous laptops that we have ever laid our eyes on.

Since the screen is bezel-less there was no space to accommodate the webcam and they have added an additional plug and play webcam with the laptop which you can use. That's a really nice gesture on the part of Mi.

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Overall this is a great laptop which is a bang for the buck and definitely deserves the top spot on this list.

2. Acer Nitro 5

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300H processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 with 4 GB of Dedicated GDDR5 VRAM Graphics
Storage: 1 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD
Display: 15.6" In-Plane Switching technology, Full HD 1920 x 1080

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To all the gamers at heart, this is perfection. This laptop has everything that is needed to be the perfect gaming laptop. The laptop has the perfect processor, the perfect graphics card, perfect amount of RAM and perfect display.

The laptop features a ninth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, Core i5-9300H. The processor is a part of Coffee Lake architecture processors. It has a base speed of 2.40GHz and a maximum clock speed of 4.10GHz. This clock speed takes care of all your gaming needs as it can process the data required by the games faster.

The processor is a quad-core processor and has 8 threads in total. The processor has 8MB of Intel Smart Cache for better speed when data processing.

Now let's look at the most important part of a gaming laptop. The graphics card. The laptop features an Nvidia GTX 1650 graphics card which is a 4GB graphics card. It is based on the award-winning Turning architecture for an excellent performance. The graphics processor has 2x the performance of GTX 950 and is up to 70% faster than GTX 1050 graphics card with the latest games. That is a huge amount of performance.

This means that the graphics card can play all of the latest games with ease and will find no difficulty in giving a high frame rate for gaming. You might not be able to get the higher frame rates at Ultra settings, but you will definitely be able to breeze through every game at Low or even medium settings. Games being playable at even medium is a great thing now because of how demanding games have become.

For RAM the laptop has 8GB of DDR4 memory which is enough for almost all tasks at this price range. Unless you do heavy video editing, we don't recommend upgrading the RAM. It is rare to come across applications that require anywhere near that amount of RAM unless you open around 50 browser tabs.

For storage, the laptop provides ample storage by giving a mix of both SSD and HDD. The laptop has 256GB of SSD where the operating system is loaded. The SSD helps the laptop to boot really fast. Also if you keep games there, the loading times will be reduced drastically. You can keep one or two games on your SSD since games nowadays are around 50-90GB and some even more.

The 1TB of HDD provides a lot of storage for all your movies and you can even keep game setup files on the HDD.

3. HP Pavilion Gaming

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300H processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Graphics
Storage: 1TB HDD
Display: 15.6" diagonal FHD IPS anti-glare micro-edge WLED-backlit

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HP makes one of the most brilliant gaming laptops with its Omen series. They are cheap and offers the best performance at that budget and it was a runaway success. HP is trying the same recipe with the Pavilion series by introducing a graphics card to it. And it is not any graphics card, a GTX 1650.

The laptop is powered by a 9th generation Intel Core i5-9300H processor; a processor powerful enough to do all your biddings without breaking a sweat. The processor is a quad-core processor and offers enough power to do all the gaming and your office tasks.

The laptop has 8GB of DDR4 memory. This amount of RAM is decent and you can upgrade it if you feel it is a tiny bit low, but we have never felt so. The only downside to this laptop we could figure out with this laptop is the lack of SSD. The laptop comes with a 1 TB HDD, but you can easily upgrade it to an SSD. The laptop features a dedicated SSD slot, so upgrading should be easy.

Let's get into the graphics card we mentioned before. The graphics card in this laptop is a GTX 1650 graphics card. Nvidia claims that this graphics card offers around 70% more performance than GTX 1050 graphics card. This makes its gaming performance extremely great. You can play the latest of titles on this laptop without any second thoughts.

The display in this laptop is a 15.6" Full HD display. It has anti-glare and micro-edge technology. The display is WLED backlit to give you a crisp and fuller viewing experience. The maximum brightness of the display is 250 Nits and covers 45% NTSC.

This laptop offers great value for money and is the best laptop under 60000.

4. Lenovo Legion Y7000

Processor: 9th Generation Core Intel I5-9300H processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 1050 3GB Graphics
Storage: 1 TB HDD + 256 SSD
Display: 15.6-inch screen with (1920X1080) full HD display

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This is a laptop that is so powerful that you don't need to have second thoughts on its performance. Featuring the best processor, RAM and graphics card, this is a laptop that is excellent to the game on.

The Lenovo Legion is a laptop that is excellent to look at, with a brilliantly backlit keyboard and a bezel-less screen, we have little to complain about the laptop. The location of the webcam has been moved to the bottom of the screen to make the display perfectly bezel-less.

A 9th generation Intel Core i5-9300H processor adorns the laptop. The processor is a quad-core processor with a base speed of 2.4GHz and a maximum clock speed of 4.1 GHz. The processor ensures smooth operation of your laptop throughout the day regardless of how much you push it and what you make it do.

It has 8GB of DDR4 RAM to keep you happy while gaming and while opening browser tabs. You can open as many browser tabs as you want and don't worry about your laptop running out of RAM.

For storage, the laptop has a 1TB HDD and a 256 GB SSD to offer the best of both worlds. The SSD is a high-speed memory that offers great performance, but the fact that it is very expensive means they are seen mostly only on expensive machines. But Lenovo has found the balance by adding an SSD for performance and an HDD so you have enough space for all your storage needs. Now with an HDD, you can store all your movies and other data on your HDD.

The laptop offers a rich viewing experience with its Full HD screen. The screen has a resolution of 1920x1080 and has a refresh rate of 60Hz. And on the topic of the display, the laptop has an Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics card. The graphics card is powerful and you can play all of the latest titles, but asking to play at Ultra or High might be a bit too much.

The laptop offers a battery life of around 4 hours which is decent for a laptop of this calibre. It weighs 2.3 kg and is portable. Overall, the laptop is very balanced and you can carry it anywhere you want.

5. DELL Gaming-G3

Processor: 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8300H Processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA 1050 Ti Graphics
Storage: 512 GB SSD
Display: 15.6-inch FHD (1920*1080) Display

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This Dell gaming laptop is one of the more powerful offerings from Dell. The laptop comes with a powerful i5 processor to make your life easier. The laptop has an 8th generation Intel Core i5-8300H processor which is a quad-core processor and has a base speed of 2.2GHz and a turbo clock speed of 4.0GHz. This makes things exciting as it works seamlessly.

The laptop has 8GB of DDR4 RAM to keep the laptop working happily for long hours and with a lot of browser tabs open. The RAM also assists greatly in gaming. The laptop has a 512GB SSD for storing more permanant stuff. The 512 GB SSD improves the overall performance and the gaming performance of the laptop by improving the load times of the laptop.

The laptop also has a GTX 1050 Ti graphics card. This graphics card is an upgrade over the GTX 1050 and has great performance. It is a 4GB graphics card offering excellent gaming capabilities to your laptop. This is also excellent for content creators such as those who edit and render videos or 3D model architects since the graphics card will assist a lot in gaming.

The laptop comes with Windows 10 preinstalled. It weighs 2.5 kg and is at the right spectrum for such a powerful laptop. It features a lithium battery and it can last for a few hours.  The Dell laptop also comes with 1 year of domestic warranty so you don't have to worry about any damage that happens to the laptop.

The display on the laptop is a Full HD display with a resolution of 1920x1080. The display gives a rich viewing experience irrespective of whether you use it for gaming or for productivity tasks or binge-watching Netflix.

Overall this is an excellent laptop and one of the best laptops under 60000.

6. Asus Vivobook

Processor: Intel Core i5-8265u 8th Gen processor
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce MX250 2GB GDDR5GB Graphics
Storage: 512 GB SSD
Display: 15.6-Inch screen

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Let's look at the rest of the laptops that are available to us that offers great performance. One of them is the Asus Vivobook. Let's be honest here, we loved everything about the laptop except the colour. Unless you've got the style to pull something like this off, stay clear of this.

The laptop is powered by an 8th generation Intel Core i5 processor, the 8256U. The processor is powerful for all daily tasks and office work and we love the performance offered by the CPU. The processor is a quad-core processor and supports multithreading. It has a base speed of 1.6GHz and a maximum clock speed of 3.90GHz due to turbo boost.

For graphics performance, the laptop has an Nvidia GeForce MX250. It is a 2GB graphics card which is a lot of memory for any of the office tasks. This also works great for playing the occasional game. But if all you want is to game, this might not be the perfect laptop for your task.

The laptop comes with 8GB of DDR4 memory. This RAM makes sure you breeze through your daily chores and entertainment needs. You can upgrade the RAM if you feel that you are lacking a bit in that department but it is not essential to do so.

For storage, the laptop has a 512GB SSD and we are pretty happy that ASUS went with the choice of SSD rather than the traditional HDD for storage. This brings in a huge amount of performance difference and decreases the boot times and load times. This also makes the laptop smooth to work on.

Overall this is a great laptop, and if it was not for the colour, we would have bought this without a second thought. A great contender to be one of the best laptops under 60000 in India 2020.

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7. DELL Inspiron 3593

Processor: 10th Generation Intel Corei5-1035G1 Processor
Graphics Card: Intel UHD 610 Graphics
Storage: 1TB HDD
Display: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Non-touch Display

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Dell has been known for making great business laptops, after all, they started with building business laptops. It was later on that they started to venture into gaming laptops.

The laptop is powered by the latest i5 processor. The 10th generation Intel Core i5-1025G1. The processor has a base clock speed of 1GHz and a maximum clock speed of 3.6GHz. It is a quad-core processor with a total of 8 threads. This gives it boosted performance while handling daily tasks.

The laptop lacks a dedicated graphics card and that is because this laptop was not meant as a gaming laptop. The bonus that comes with the lack of a dedicated card is that this makes the laptop light and easy to carry around. Don't expect to game if you're buying this laptop. Unless you're a gamer or does video editing, you wouldn't notice the fact that you're down on a dedicated card.

The laptop comes with Intel UHD 610 graphics card which is an integrated graphics card. This offers seamless performance for all the other display purposes, such as watching the occasional movie, and streaming and any other such tasks.

The laptop comes with 8GB of RAM. This is enough for your office tasks, browsing, editing a word or excel documents and even streaming movies.

The laptop comes with a 1TB HDD. This takes care of all your storage needs.

The laptop comes with a 15.6" screen which is Full HD. This ensures high-quality display and has an anti-glare coating so that the light doesn't reflect on the screen and it is not hard to see even in bright lighting conditions. The display on the laptop is not touch-controlled.

For battery, the laptop comes with a 3 Cell 42WHr battery. This gives a battery life of more than 6 hours.

8. Dell Vostro 15" 3583

Processor: Intel 8th Generation Core i7-8565U processor
Graphics Card: 2 GB AMD Radeon 520 DDR5
Storage: 1 TB HDD
Display: Full HD 15.5" display

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Another i7 laptop from Dell. The laptop is excellent for office goers. The finish of the laptop is also great and it looks good on the table so you can keep working on it with an added inspiration. Who wants to work on a laptop that looks terrible.

The laptop has an 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor, the Intel Core i7-8565U processor. The 8565U is a quad-core processor with multi-threading. Multithreading helps in one core doing multiple tasks. In this processor, each core has 2 threads each and therefore the processor can behave like an 8 core processor.

The processor has a base speed of 1.80GHz and a maximum clock speed of 4.60GHz. That is the proper speed. This helps in the laptop doing tasks pretty fast and not facing any lag. The processor also has 8MB of Intel Smart Cache to aid in its performance.

The laptop has a dedicated 2GB Graphics card. It features an AMD Radeon 520. The graphics card is excellent for entry-level gaming and for video editing. This combination of features makes it the perfect laptop for someone who plays some games and does video editing.

The laptop comes with only 4GB of DDR4 RAM but is easily upgradable. We would recommend upgrading the RAM so that there is a bit more performance out of this laptop. It is easy to upgrade the RAM and RAM sticks are relatively cheap nowadays.

For storage, the laptop comes with 1TB of HDD. This is a lot of space and is enough to store all your movies and videos to be edited.

On display from, the laptop comes with a 15.6" full HD display. This display is of high quality and offers a large viewing angle. It has a resolution of 1920x1080 and is a joy to work on.

These are the best laptops under 60000. If you're looking for a gaming laptop, we strongly recommend you to look at our guide to best gaming laptops under 60000.

Picking the best laptop under 60000: a guide

A laptop contains so many specifications that it is hard to point at one thing and say, hey this is exactly what I need. And it is not the specifications alone, the laptop has to look good. The fact is, you have to live with the choice until you buy some other laptop to replace it, and if you make that choice badly, then the repucursions might be bad.

So how does one go about picking a laptop?

You have to ask yourself questions, one of which you have already answered. What is your budget? Obviously it is 60000 since you searched for the best laptop under 60000.

The first question you have to ask yourself before picking a laptop is 'Why am I buying the laptop?'

The first question you have to ask yourself before picking a laptop is 'Why am I buying the laptop?'

Once you answer that question, things become easier. And don't worry this is kind of like a multiple-choice question. The options you have are, are you going to game with the laptop, or are you going to do office stuff like editing documents and watching movies on the laptop, or do you want to edit big stuff like videos? Maybe you're a developer and your program, then do you do machine learning and stuff?

If you do things like, gaming, video editing, machine learning, etc. what you need is a laptop with a graphics card. This means you have to sacrifice portability a bit. Then the question is how much are you willing to sacrifice?

Now that you have answered the questions, let's go into an analysis of what each part of a laptop does and which one you should get. If you don't do any of the heavy stuff like gaming, or video editing as mentioned above, you can skip the part where we mention graphics card.

The major parts of a laptop are its processor, RAM, graphics card (all laptops have one, the question is dedicated or integrated, which we will get into soon) and storage.

Let's start with the brain of the computer, the processor.

How to pick the best processor

AMD Ryzen Processor
AMD Ryzen Processor

CPU or processor is the brain of the computer. This is the part that does all the calculations, does all the processing that happens in the computer.

Processors are manufactured mainly by two companies Intel and AMD. Both produce great chips that are used widely. Intel series of processors include Core i3, i5, i7 and i9. AMD processor series include Ryzen 3, 5 and 7. The higher the number, the better the performance. So, i7 performs better than i5, which in turn performs better than i3 and so on.

But things are not so straightforward. All i3 processors are not similar. This is because every time a new technological advancement happens, the manufacturers release a series of processors. They call it generation. Currently, Intel processors are in the tenth generation. The previous generation processors are called 9th and so on.

It is always better to get the latest generation processors as they are technically more recent and performs far better than its previous generation counterparts. Some of the newer generation processors are so good that they outperform the lower versions. For example, the tenth generation i5 processors work a lot better than fifth generation i7 processors.

Now the question is how do we know the generations? Intel processors are named something like i5-9300H. The first part, i5 is easy. We mentioned it earlier. The second part is the hard part. The first or the first two digits says the generation. So in this case, the processor is a 9th generation processor. The 10th generation processor will be named something like i5-10600K.

The rest of the digits are for stock-keeping by Intel. The last letter is for different versions. K stands for performance and so on.

If you have two processors and you want to compare their performance, the easiest way would be to use a tool such as UserBenchmark. Here is a comparison between Intel Core i5-5200U and i7-7700K. You can easily compare two processors using this tool.

Graphics card

Graphics card
Graphics card

Most people think that the graphics card is necessary only for gaming laptops. But that is not true. Every laptop needs a graphics card. It is the graphics card that displays what you see on the screen.

You might be like, I am definite that my laptop doesn't have a graphics card. The truth is you don't have a dedicated graphics card. It is the word dedicated that makes all the difference. You might be having either an integrated graphics card or processor graphics.

The integrated graphics card is a graphics card that is a part of the motherboard, which is integrated at the silicon level. There's no way you can separate it from the motherboard or change it. This is one type of graphics card you might be having.

Processor graphics is a graphics card that is physically in the processor package or integrated into the processor silicon.

If you are not a big fan of gaming or doesn't do much gaming, it doesn't make sense for you to have a dedicated graphics card. The integrated and processor graphics cards are powerful enough to take you through all the tasks that you need on a daily level.

Now let's talk about dedicated graphics cards. Dedicated graphics cards are mainly manufactured by two companies, Nvidia and AMD. Graphics cards which are made by them are mostly used for gaming or for crypto mining and similar tasks.

Nvidia has their gaming line up for graphics cards known as GeForce graphics cards. The latest of their graphics cards have a feature called ray tracing. This is in their RTX series of graphics cards.

Nvidia graphics cards are named GTX1050, GTX 970, and so on. Here also, the first one or two digits of the numbers shows the generation. So the first card is 10th and the second is 9th. There is also the RTX series which as I mentioned above, is the latest and has ray tracing technology in it.

Ray tracing is the technology by which the path of a ray of light is drawn to get an accurate amount of reflection. Earlier the path of only the light that was on the screen could be drawn, but now with ray tracing effects such as scattering of light when it hits an object, scattering by fog etc is achievable giving it an extra amount of reality.

At this price range, the best graphics card we could find was the GTX1650 Ti graphics card. That is a respectable graphics card capable of playing all the modern titles at Low or Medium settings.

If you try to push the graphics card beyond these limits, tearing will occur. Tearing is the process by which frame rate is so low that you will miss frames. For your eyes to see something like a video, it needs at least around 23 frames per second. When the number of frames is lower than that you will feel like the game is sort of stuck, and moving and stuck. This is called tearing.



This must be one of the components you're used to hearing a lot. Whenever your laptop is slow, you might have heard the advice of upgrading your RAM. But is upgrading the RAM the solution? And how much RAM do you need?

Something which we have found ourselves after having to upgrade a lot of slow laptops is that RAM is not always the first culprit. But we will talk about that culprit later. But for now, let's stick with RAM.

RAM is temporary storage for faster access to data for CPU. CPU or the processor is extremely fast and there is no way the HDD could give data as fast as the CPU needs it. RAM is the temporary storage area that lies between the CPU and the processor and helps the CPU access data faster.

RAM is essential till a certain point, I mean there's only this much data that needs to be handled at a time We would recommend having an 8GB of RAM for all needs at this price point. Having 16GB would be awesome, but we don't think you'll be able to put that to use unless you game or so. Having 32GB would be useful only if you do video editing.


Hard Disk
Hard Disk

This is the true culprit of slow laptops. The rate at which HDDs give data to the processor or RAM is so slow that they slow everything down. Replace them with SSDs and your problems will be solved.

How much of storage someone needs is more of a personal question rather than something which can be answered easily. Always get an SSD. Getting a smaller SSD also works. Keep the operating system (Windows, Ubuntu) on the SSD and keep the rest of the data on the HDD.

This will result in the laptop starting up (booting) faster and having fewer lags during usage.

256GB or even 128GB SSD would be enough for basic needs and pair that with a 1TB HDD and you have an awesome combo. If you're not a fan of HDD at all you can go for a 512GB or even 1TB SSD, but keep in mind that the SSDs are expensive and they're going to leave a hole in your pocket.


Armed with all the information above, we hope that you'd be able to make a great purchase the best laptop under 60000 in India.

Finding the best laptop is more of a journey and a discovery. Take your time to figure out which laptop suits you better and pick that one instead of making choices based on reviews. Go through the guide and get an understanding of how each part works and apply that. May the force be with you.