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Top Four Best Laptops that give you way more than your money's worth

Buying a laptop isn’t so easy especially when they are under 1,50,000 price range. There are laptops which are giving neck to neck completion to one another. This is certainly among the best bets out there now, which one can afford without feeling guilty.

Here are the Best Four Laptops that give you way more than your money's worth -

ZenBook 3 (Price Rs 1,13,990) - The next-generation ZenBook is completely redesigned with a gorgeous, ultra-sleek 11.9mm chassis that weighs a mere 910g. To achieve its amazing lightness without compromising strength, ZenBook 3 delivers unprecedented performance with up to an Intel® Core™ i7 processor, 16GB of 2133MHz RAM, up to a 1TB PCIe® Gen 3 x4 SSD, a next-gen USB Type-C port, and powerful quad-speaker audio. Its high-resolution 12.5-inch display has a wide 72% NTSC color gamut and has an edge-to-edge covering of tough, scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 4.

ZenBook 3 has an innovative cooling system featuring the world’s thinnest fan design at just 3mm. This efficient cooling enables ZenBook 3 to achieve incredible performance in an ultra-thin from factor. ZenBook 3 provides up to 9 hours of battery life for all-day computing. It features a full-size backlit keyboard with 19.8mm key pitch — the same as most desktop keyboards — and 0.8mm key travel to deliver comfortable typing experience.

HP Spectre (Price Rs 1,15,290)  - The Spectre 13 is designed with a specific audience in mind and we have a feeling that this kind of buyer wouldn't mind spending a lot of money for the ultimate in portability, not to mention the engineering that has gone into making the Spectre 13 so slim and yet powerful. It's a stunning laptop from pretty much every angle. The gold accents might a bit too 'blingy' for some but others will love the design. The build, performance and display quality all really shine. We like the fact that you get multiple ports for connecting peripherals and that the adapters are bundled in the box. On the downside, battery life could have been better and the fan does get noisy when you're doing any graphics intensive work.

Dell XPS 13 (Price Rs 1,33,990) - The new Dell XPS 13 2-in-1, the Windows 10 hybrid is said to be the first 2-in-1 from Dell to sport an Infinity Edge display. It can fit a 13.3-inch display in the frame of an 11-inch laptop - making it the "smallest 13-inch 2-in-1 on the planet". The convertible laptop's touchscreen display rotates 360-degrees, allowing users to utilise it as a tablet. The other major highlight of the hybrid is its battery life, It sports a 46Whr battery. The hybrid is also compatible with the optional Dell Active Pen stylus. It measures 304x199x13.7mm, weighs in at 1.24kg, and sports two Waves Max Audio Pro tuned speakers, apart from an infrared webcam and a fingerprint reader.

Acer Predator (Price Rs 1,77,000) - too has been nailing it in the high-end laptop market. One of the company’s powerful machines is the Acer Predator G9-792 costs around Rs 1,77,000. The laptop sports a massive 17-inch display, Intel Core i7 Skylake processor, up to 64GB RAM, 128GB SSD with 1TB hard drive, Windows 10, Nvidia GeForce GTX 980M GPU. One of the highlights of the laptop is its massive exhausts opening up behind the display.

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