A responsive Acer with the 7th Gen Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB storage. HD resolution wide screen (15.6") with LED backlight. Long battery life and Windows 10 OS.
Occasionally drops Wi-Fi connection. Build is a bit bulky. Customer service could be more attentive. A few reports of lemons.
One of the most affordable MacBooks available. Features an Intel Core processor with 8GB RAM and the snappy X El Capitan OS. Earns praise for its thin design, vivid display, and long battery life.
Not as budget-friendly as others on our list. Some reports of technical issues after a relatively short timeframe, but it comes with a 1-year warranty.
Has nice features for the price, including a responsive Intel Celeron processor, 4GB, and 16GB SSD. Spill-resistant keyboard and long battery life.
Not compatible with lots of apps. Keyboard doesn't have a backlight. Chrome OS may be confusing to consumers who are more familiar with Windows or Mac.
A well made laptop with features and functions that add up to a solid deal – HD video, rotating screen, Windows 10 OS, Intel Celeron Dual-Core Processor, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Its storage is limited (2GB Ram). The 11.6" screen is small, but some users like its compact size. Battery life isn't very long. No backlight on the keyboard.
A mid-level affordable laptop with 6GB storage, 15.6" touchscreen, media reader, and DVD drive. Streamlined design, Windows 10 OS, and Bluetooth connectivity.
7th Gen Intel Core i3 processor speed is slightly slower than the i5. Sound isn't very rich – "tinny." Some owners gripe about unnecessary Microsoft software that comes installed on it.
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