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Best Laptop For Less Than $300 2014

Zak Ben - Saturday, January 25, 2014
Yet another Guide to finding the best computer. After driving to the components for gaming PCs, let us today to analyze the best notebook and removing hidden network adapter available on the Italian market with its prices and their specifications. We have selected every month we add much other always divided by price. Now that Christmas is past, we can not make us a gift, many new notebook added, many changes and new tips we have posted for this new year!

We start from an economic belt best laptop under $ 300 until you arrive at about $ 400, then up to what we believe can be considered the mid-range of the market that flows in the lane of prices between $ 400 and 500 $ approx. with proposals from both AMD and Intel.
We close with a high-end and "top" with the best of the best over $ 500 to over 1300$ going for about $ 1,000. With the latest updates we decided to treat the category of removing hidden network adapter and convertibles that are making its way onto the world market, you will find at least one band and we haven't forgotten the laptops for gaming. Let's Start!

Also here are the best-looking laptops For Less Than $400 2014

Also here are the best-looking laptops For Less Than $ 500 2014

Best laptop for less than $ 300

ASUS F551CA-SX072H – 299 $

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Course change with this latest update. We replaced the old Lenovo with a AMD low-performance solution now out of time with a newer ASUS with low-power processor for the new Celeron series, historians entry-level processors from Intel. According to us for less than $ 300 this notebook can be considered the best laptop in his band. In Office productivity and web surfing behaves very well thanks to the screen by ben 15.6 inches.

The integrated Intel graphics card is one of the newest and manages to support the main processor in simpler tasks. We also have 4 GB of RAM memory handled very well by the lightweight Windows 64 bit 8.1 pre-installed. Complete the picture a HDD 320 GB from very capacious and 4-cell battery should guarantee a good autonomy. The best notebook cheap! Let's see the specs:

  • CPU: Intel Celeron 1.5 GHz 1007U
  • GPU: Intel HD
  • RAM: 4 GB DDR3
  • HDD: 320 GB, 5400 rpm
  • Screen: 15.6-inch 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Battery: 4 cells
  • Weight: 2.3 kg

Ultraportable: ASUS F102-299 $

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Asus has decided to return to the Office with the new netbook, but Windows 8.1 sauce reviewed. Specifically this ASUS F102 has an AMD dual-core low power consumption and a 10.1 inch touchscreen display for maximum portability.

On board we do not find a dedicated GPU, this very low to keep the final price, but the AMD graphics component integrated into SoC adopted from ASUS is more than fair for the type of product. Complete the "only" 2 GB of RAM and a traditional mechanical HDD 320 GB capacity. Here's a short tab:

  • CPU: AMD A4-1200 dual core 1 GHz
  • GPU: AMD Radeon HD 8180
  • RAM: 2 GB DDR3
  • HDD: 320 GB, 5400 rpm
  • Screen 11.6-inch 1366 x: 768 pixels touchscreen to 10 points
  • Battery: 3 cells
  • Weight: 1.1 kg

ASUS T100 – 329$

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ASUS Transformer Book T100

It's getting more convertible to talk about themselves. It is a very cheap tablet with an ultra-low platform developed by Intel, which is based on the new architecture Bay Trail and that also integrates an integrated GPU, similar to those of the Ivy Bridge processors but detuned.

The only 32 Gb built-in memory make a little turn up our noses to most people, but with the ability to expand via microSD you can compensate in part to this lack. ASUS also includes a copy of Office Home & 2013 Students complete the package. Here's a brief technical details:

  • CPU: Intel ATOM 1.33 GHz quad core Z3740
  • GPU: Intel HD
  • RAM: 2 GB DDR3
  • SSD 32 GB eMMC:
  • Screen: 10-inch 1366 x 768 pixels
  • Battery: 2 cells (11 hours ago)
  • Weight: 1 kg (tablet + dock)