Best Gaming Laptops Under 60,000 INR.

Are you an aspiring gamer and you believe that you can beat anyone who tries to compete with you? You got the skills, ideas and the tactics to win any match but you are not able to because of your lagging computer? Or maybe a tight budget to get a gaming laptop? We know that it can be really frustrating while facing sudden lags in between a match and so we bring you the best gaming laptop that will help you win all those matches and won’t make a big hole in your pockets. So, here is our list of top 10 best gaming laptops that you can buy in just or under 60,000 INR.

10. Lenovo Ideapad L340

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core i5-9300H

Storage: 1 TB HDD

GPU: 3GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050

Display: 15.6-inch FHD (1920×1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 9 hours

Lenovo Ideapad L340 is one of the most astonishingly beautiful laptop. With its clean and simple finish it is still stylish. The laptop however displays a blue shade that’s not so visible but neither hidden.

The laptop has thin bezels on both sides, it gives out the most for an amazing visual experience.  However, the chin looks a bit too thick. The hinge is 180 degrees, so it can go all the way to its back or in some other words, turn straight. The resolution of the screen is 1920×1080 pixels which are a great pleasure for all the gamers as it resolves all the minute details.

The blue back-lit keyboard is a total creativity. We suggest you to turn it on while playing games as it will increase the gaming experience for sure. However, it’s a bit disappointing that the WASD keys are not highlighted.

The laptop has the 9th Intel Core i5-9300H processor that runs at a speed of 2.4 Ghz. On turbo mode it can run at the speed of 4.1 GHz, which is its upper limit. For storage, the L340 offers 8GB DDR4 RAM and 1 TB hard disk drive space which is pretty good for not just only gaming but other works and entertainment.

The graphics coprocessor of the laptop is Nvidia GeForce 1050. It has a video memory of 3GB, so we suggest you to play the games but in a little low resolution to avoid lags and other problems.

With a weight of 2.2 KG, it is a very light laptop compared to other laptops and that what makes it so easy to carry around. The price of this laptop is 60,760 INR which makes it a budget friendly, yet powerful gaming laptop.

9. HP Pavilion Gaming 15 EC0026AX

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: 2.1 GHz AMD Ryzen 5-3550H

Storage: 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD

GPU: 3GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050

Display: 115.6-inch FHD (1920×1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: U to 5.5 hours

HP Pavilion Gaming 15 EC0026AX is a complete package to fill all the wants for a gamer. With superior built quality, amazing colours and top-notch specifications it is one of its kind.

The design of the laptop is very unusual, specially with the space left around its hinge that gives it a futuristic look. We are sure that you will not find a laptop this stylish at this price range.

The display of the laptop is 15.6-inch full HD with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels making the smallest of details clear. So, if you are targeting at an enemy that is far from you, it will surely help you to hit the enemy.

The specs of the laptop are, 8GB DDR4 RAM, AMD Radeon Ryzen R5-3550H processor, and 1 TB @7200RPM + 256 GB SSD storage. Now, looking at the storage speed and processor you can say that it is indeed on of the fastest gaming laptop under 60,000 INR. Apart from that, everyday tasks such as watching a video, web browsing, coding etc. will work as spreading warm butter on top of a bread.

The laptop stands at a price point of around 57,000 INR making it best gaming laptop under 60,000 in India, 2020.

8. HP Pavilion BC504TX

RAM: 8GB

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300H

Storage: 1TB HDD

GPU: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050

Display: 15.6-inch Full HD (1920×1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 5 hours

HP Pavilion BC504TX is indeed the most budget friendly gaming laptop in India right now. Compared to other HP Pavilion Notebooks, it’s quite similar except that the specs are higher and a sleek and amazing design. The price is around 56,000 INR and makes it the best gaming laptop with 4 GB graphics card under 60,000 INR.

The design of the laptop is quite similar as the HP 15 except its green lit keyboard. The bezels are thick and doesn’t give much of a gaming laptop look. So, if you are looking for looks then this might be the best option for you.

However, the specs are fabulous. The BC504TX provides a 4GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD storage, Intel Core i5 processor and 4 GB Nvidia GeForce 1050 graphics card. So, if you are playing any high end came like Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry or COD, it can handle it all.

The laptop can also be upgrade with its additional M.2 slot for dual storage that you can run SSD and HDD side by side.

7. Acer Nitro 7

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300H

Storage: 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD

GPU: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650

Display: 15.6-inch Full HD (1920×1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 7 hours

We can call the Acer Nitro 7 as the upgrade of Acer Nitro 5. Though it looks similar to the Nitro 5, the specs are much higher and better. So, if you were planning to get the Nitro 5 then you must have a look at this one.

The laptop showcases a trapezoidal cut design which is indeed the trend, isn’t it? The body is completely black except the keyboard and the outline of the touchpad which is red giving it a minimal yet great looks. The WASD keys are highlighted which is a plus for gamers.

The specs are quite outstanding. With its 8 GB of RAM that can be upgraded to a maximum of 32 GB, Intel Core i5-9300H processor which has a base speed of 2.40 GHz, and a turbo speed of 4.10 GHz. For storage, you get two options. Either you can use the 256 GB SSD storage, which is super-fast, or you can use the traditional 5400 RPM hard disk drive that has a space of 1 TB. Moreover, you can upgrade it to 2 TB if you ever run out of space. There is a lot of room inside this machine.

The laptop also offers one of the best graphics-card at this price point. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 that has a video RAM of 4GB. Though you won’t need the full power, but it feels good to have it. Acer Cool Boost technology ensures that your laptop remains cool. The best thing is that you don’t have to worry about the constant humming of fans making it not only the best gaming laptop with 4GB graphics-card but also the best gaming laptop with SSD storage.

6. Asus ROG Strix

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-9300H

Storage: 512GB SSD

GPU: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050

Display: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 6 hours

If you don’t know what ROG means then it stands for Republic of Gamers and in the past two or three years it has gained a lot of popularity. Ask any gamer and you’ll realize that they’re a fan of these machines. However, the best part of the ROG Strix is that it is the least expensive compared to its other family members. Standing at a price point of around 50,000 INR we bet you won’t find a better deal.

The design is from the future and the company has made no exceptions in a making it one of the most eye-catching laptops at this price point. The thin bezels which everyone fancies is just a point to be added in its looks.

Though the laptop is of 15.6-inch but it doesn’t provide the number pad which might be a disappointment for some people. However, it has the RGB lighting which might just make up for it.  So, you can set each part of the keyboard with different lights.

The specs of the laptop are comparatively same as other Asus laptops in this price range. You get 8 GB of RAM, 512 GB SSD, Intel Core i5-9300H, and 4 GB of video memory. The graphics card is Nvidia GTX 1050. You will be able to play all the games in Full HD without any lags.

This laptop does not have a traditional design and is perfect for people that are looking for something different. Though the weight is bit too much at 2.4 Kg but we assure you that it is the best gaming laptop with SSD in 2020.

5. Asus TUF Gaming FX505DT

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: 2.1GHz AMD Ryzen 5-3550H

Storage: 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD

GPU: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650

Display: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 5 hours

We are sure that the moment you see this piece of art, you will fall in love with it. The trapezoidal cuts on its body, the keyboard, and the highlighted WASD keys are a pleasure to the eye for any gamer.

The display of this laptop is indeed the best that you can find in the market. With 120 Hz, 15.6-inch screen and a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels you can see what others can’t.

Unlike the ROG Strix, the TUF Gaming FX505DT comes with a full-sized keyboard which means that now you get the missing number pad. Similar to the ROG, it also has the RGB lighting. So, you can set the lights in your keyboard the way you want. Also, the arrow keys are isolated making it more comfortable for gaming.

The laptop has 8 GB DDR4 RAM, AMD Ryzen 5-3550H processor, and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB graphics memory. So, now you can play all the games that you were not able to play earlier due to a weak processor or video memory.

Understanding the storage however becomes crucial for this machine. The OS is installed in the SSD so it can boost up faster and you can also use it for your ongoing games. On the other side, you can use the HDD for storing your data and other files.

We are sure that this laptop is already luring you and why wouldn’t it? Afterall we won’t mind claiming it as the best gaming laptop with SDD with a price range around 60,000 INR.

4. Dell Gaming-G3 3579

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: 2.2GHz Intel Core i5-8300H

Storage: 512GB SSD

GPU: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Display: 15.6-inch full HD (1920 x 1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 10 hours

Wondering why Dell didn’t showed up in the list yet? Well, because it holds the position at quite top of the chart.

The laptop showcases similar body to the Dell Inspiron series but with just some new touches. Though the built quality is great but the design is not that stylish. The chin and the bezels are thick and the only things that stands out compared to the other laptops at a much lower price range is the blue Dell logo and the blue outline at the touchpad. Honestly, not the best one if you are looking for looks.

In the Gaming G3, you will get 8 GB DDR4 RAM, 512 GB SSD storage, and Intel Core i5-8300H processor which make it the best gaming laptop under 60000 INR making it fast and smooth. Thanks to SSD storage for reducing the booting time.

The graphics-card is so powerful that it can smoothly run the heaviest of games. Also, the Intel i5-8300H overclocks to 4.0 GHz on turbo boost and reduces some of the stress on the graphics card making it the best gaming laptop with i5 processor.

Now comes the time that you all have been waiting for. It was really tough for us to decide the top 10 gaming laptop in India under 60,000 INR but it was even more tough to decide who will sit at the top 3 positions but everything finds its way and so we did as well. Here is the list of our top 3 gaming laptops that you can buy under the price point of 60,000 INR in India, 2020.

3. Lenovo Legion Y540

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-9300H

Storage: 512GB SSD

GPU: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650

Display: 15.6-inch full HD (1920 x 1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 6 hours

Looking for the ultimate gaming laptop? Lenovo Legion Y540 is the answer. Name it looks, specs, graphics-card, this machine has it all. However, it is a bit higher then the 60,000 budget but then its worth the price.

The built quality of the laptop is top-notch. Though it doesn’t look much of a gaming laptop but more of a stylish laptop. It has some sharp corners but not like the ones that look something similar to outer space.

The display is a Full HD 60 Hz with a resolution of 1960×1080 pixels. The screen is very bright as the brightness can go up to 250 nits. The colours are amazing, vivid and lively. Also, let’s not forget the very thin bezels that make the viewing experience so amazing that you will not want to take your eyes off.

The laptop has 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9300H processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB Graphics card which is one of the best chipsets making it possible to play all the games in the highest of graphics settings without any trouble.

Also, thanks to the Lenovo Cold Front that will save you from the heating effect. So, playing games for hours or working on your project overnight won’t be a matter to this machine.

2. Acer Nitro 5

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: 2.3GHz Intel Core i5-8300H

Storage: 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD

GPU: 15.6-inch full HD (1920 x 1080)

Display: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 7 hours

As we talked about the Nitro 7 in this list previously, here comes the Nitro 5.

The laptop has a Full HD 15.6-inch display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Also, it is very bright and has the proper colour accuracy. The bezels are large but if you are more of a safety person then stylish one then this will not be a problem to you.

With its red and black combination, it has the appealing look for gamers. The distance between the keys are accurate making it very comfortable for gaming or typing.

Specifications of this laptop are, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB SSD + 1 TB storage, 8th Gen Intel Core i5-8300H processor, and 4 GB Nvidia GTX GeForce graphics card. Exactly the specs that one expects from a good gaming laptop under 60000 INR.

During the intense gaming or editing schedule Acer Cool-boost ensures that the laptop remains cool. When working on full power the dual fan helps to reduce the temperature of the GPU and CPU by 11%.

The claimed battery life is around 7 hours. However, while gaming it only lasts for around 4-5 hours. So, we suggest you to keep the charger connected while playing games.

More or less, Acer Nitro 5 is a true gamers laptop. With ample storage space, you can store as many games you want and also make it the best laptop under 60,000 price point.

1 . MSI Gaming GL63

Configuration

RAM: 8GB

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300H

Storage: 512GB SSD

GPU: 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Display: 15.6-inch full HD (1920 x 1080)

OS: Windows 10 Home

Battery Life: Up to 7 hours

If you are a gamer and you haven’t heard of MSI then we doubt what you claim to be cause, who doesn’t know and cherishes the beast of laptops?

The specs are luring at this price point but first, let us have a look at the display and built quality.

The built quality of the laptop is sure to cross the expectations you have from a laptop of this price range. The hinges are small yet secure. It has a 120 Hz display panel, 15.6-inch Full HD screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels making the smallest of details clear to you. So, now you don’t have to lean over the screen to find your enemy or adjust that .1 editing effect.

The key specs of the laptop are, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD storage, and 9th Intel Core i5-9330H processor. The CPU can be overclocked to a high speed of 4 GHz. So throw whatever you want and it will be able to handle it.

With its 120 Hz display and 4 GB of Nvidia GeForce 1050 Ti graphics memory, you will be hitting 80-90 frames per second in the highest of settings bringing the best gaming experience one can have.

Moreover, there is an additional software called Killer Control Center, which will stabilize your ping, so that you do not lose your online games due to poor connectivity. In simpler terms, this machine will make sure that you win all your matches. If you are looking for the ultimate gaming laptop under 60,000 rupees then this is the best option for you.

It comes with a 2-year warranty so we don’t have to say more about it.

So, that was our list of Top 10 Gaming Laptops under 60,000 INR. Though the market has more to offer but that might just make a bigger hole in your pocket. I hope this article helped you in making the right choice for your gaming experience. So, keep playing!

What Is the Best Time to Post a Blog and How to Test it?

Are you wondering when should you publish blog posts? Do you want to hit that sweet spot where you get the most traffic, social shares, and comments?

If you’ve just written a great blog post and want it to go viral, then publishing time can play an important role.

In this article, we’ll show you what is the best time to post a blog by going through key facts. We’ll also show you how you can test the best time to take your blogs live.

Let’s kick things off with a look at…

Best Time of Day to Post a Blog for More Pageviews

As you start blogging, you’ll have many questions like what time of day should you publish a post. Or which days are best for getting the most traffic.

To answers such queries, different studies have been done where agencies and websites have gone through tons of data.

And among them is a study conducted by Shareaholic in 2011 that shows the best time to publish a blog post is early morning between 7 AM to 1 PM EST on weekdays.

The peak is between 9 AM and 10 AM, which shows when you can schedule or publish your posts.

Building upon the same point,

shows that 70% of users read blogs in the morning (during the AM hours).

&It makes sense as people starting their day would be going through emails, planning their week, and reading up on the latest news.

That said, people do read blogs throughout the day, so you can publish posts in the later hours as well. Now let’s see which days you should take your blogs live.

Best Days to Publish a Blog Post for Traffic

Along with time, different studies show that posting blogs on certain days can help generate more traffic. And which days are we talking about?

Shareaholic suggested that the best day to post a blog is Monday if you want more pageviews. Similarly, Kissmetrics also says that Monday is the best to publish a post and generate traffic.

What’s the Best Time to Post a Blog for Social Shares?

When it comes to engaging people on social media, you’d want to push your blog post when your users are active.

And to give you an idea of what’s the best day for getting social shares, consider a study by TrackMaven. They analyzed 65,000+ blogs and suggested that blogs published on a Sunday get

A possible reason for this could be that on the weekend’s people have more time to read through your content and then come up with a reply.

So, if you have a topic that wants user opinion or start a conversation, then this is the best time to post a blog.

But what if these times don’t work for your website? How can you find the best publishing day and hour for your content pieces? Let’s find out.

How to Test the Best Time to Post a Blog?

The researches we’ve shown you in our article provide a benchmark but in reality, there’s no best time to publish blogs.

That’s because these studies use their own samples of websites to provide a generalized conclusion. And most of them are very old, going back to 2011.

A better way to find the best time to post a blog is by doing your own testing. By monitoring which days and time you get most visitors and engagement, you’ll know the optimal time of publishing.

And the best tool to help you out is MonsterInsights. It’s the leading WordPress plugin for Google Analytics and makes decision making easy by providing insights about your site’s performance with detailed reports inside your dashboard.

MonsterInsights makes it super easy to set up custom dimensions on your website and start tracking custom data of your choice in Google Analytics.

With the help of its Custom Dimensions Addon, you can exactly see what’s the best time to post a blog. Not only that, you can set up custom tracking of individual authors, post types, category and more.

You can follow our complete guide to custom dimensions in Google Analytics for configuring tracking of best publishing times.

A Simple laptop buying guide

A comprehensive laptop buying guide


Setup Your Budget
First thing to do is to list down your requirements. You may now set up a budget accordingly. You can add additional features if a higher budget is available or you may have to put off some less necessary things from your list.
If you haven’t decided on the necessary specifications for your laptop yet then do not worry as you will get some insight about it in this article and you can always visit youtube and get it explained in simple language.


In general, there are two kinds of specification sets. First one Being Personal Interest Based for light weight use and the second one Being Performance based either for high demanding work or gaming.


Interest based Specification Set
These specification sets totally depend upon your personal choice and preference.
laptop Type


There are different types of laptops available in the market characterized on the basis of their usage, screen sizes, and some other features. Below mentioned are some of them.

  1. Netbook: These are usually small and lightweight and portable laptops varying in screen size from 10 to 11 inches, therefore, they are the most power efficient laptops available in the market but a bit underpowered.
  2. Ultrabook: These are the slim, stylish and lightweight genre of Laptops. They have fairly high end configurations and are priced higher than conventional laptops and some may even have touchscreens. Quite common amongst travelers and advanced users. Although, if ultrabooks are a priority, MacBook offered by Apple can also be taken into consideration.
  3. Notebook : These are the most common types of laptops that are in use. They come in mid- and high-end configurations and are mostly scattered at all price ranges. These varieties of laptops have large hdd and RAM capacities and are built to meet entertainment as well as graphics-intensive requirements.

Screen Size : Now that topic of laptop category is clear, there may be a few screen sizes available for you. If you need a battery efficient device then it is recommended that you go with laptops having screen size 14 inches or less with preferable resolution of fhd. (recommended 15.6 inches)


Secondary Storage : This includes a Physical hdd and ssd for storing your personal data. It’s completely your choice which kind of storage you prefer and how much space you want, it all depends on your needs whether to go with more storage or more speed as ssd tends to cost a lot more than hdd for even half the quarter of storage that hdd offers except if you live in some rich country.
1. SSD: Solid State drive is a fast and durable data storage disk but way too expensive.
2. HDD: Hard Disk Drive on the other hand is the more commonly used and offers more storage at less price.


Touch Screen : Touch Screen features in Laptops is evolving just like the touch features in smartphones during the start of the touch revolution .Although there is not much to do with touch screens in laptops for a normal user and they also tend to be more expensive. If you still prefer for some specific reasons then options are quite limited.

Performance based Specification Set

  1. Processor
    Basics of Processor
    The processor is the most important part of your computer which performs all the calculations. More powerful the processor, the faster the execution and load time. Power of the processor is calculated by its clock speed and number of its cores i.e. number of instructions executed per second and how many cores are there executing those instructions. For example a 2GHz processor means it can perform 2 billion instructions executed per second and hexa core means each core is performing those instructions separately which adds up to 12 billion instruction execution per second. When playing a high end game or running some heavy application software this is what matters the most.
    Intel or AMD?
    There are two major companies that make processors for personal computers which go by the name Intel and AMD. At least 90% of the time users go for Intel processors and it’s not because AMD is not good enough but it’s because Intel processors are more easily available in laptop configs and intel is well known brand even amongst the lymans and most of the consumers have a satisfactory experience with Intel’s current processor series i.e. i3, i5, i7. Although it would be recommended that at least now, you should go with amd latest gen processors as they provide high value for money products for all price segments and are also more power efficient but availability is always a major concern when it comes to amd.

i3 or i5 or 17 in case of intel?
All three processors from Intel are equally good in their own regards but designed to serve different purposes. i3 is for light to semi moderate work loads, i5 for moderate to light-heavy tasks and i7 for power users.

  1. Primary Memory (RAM)
    Ram is what stores the temporary data while execution. RAM is faster than your secondary memory, therefore your processor needs the data in faster memory i.e for faster execution. If you intend to run heavy software then it is recommended to use larger RAM and faster ram and that too in dual channel i.e populated in two slots, it will speed up your computer. For general purpose, 8 GB RAM is considered as good. If you need more for video editing or some artistic work, you can either go for the laptop with higher RAM or can externally attach additional RAM.
  1. Graphics Processing Unit (GPU or Graphics Card)
    Graphics processing unit, a specialized processor originally designed to accelerate graphics rendering. A powerful graphics card can render high resolution videos and graphics-intensive games easily, making them suitable for power users such as design or rendering professionals or gamers.
    Light user should not look up laptops with discrete graphic unit, integrated graphics should do fine enough, as they can even handle occasional gaming sessions fine enough.
  1. Operating System
    Operating system is another important factor that one must consider while buying the laptop. There are different kinds of operating systems available for you like 1. Windows available in almost all machines from discrete manufacturers 2. Chromebooks with chrome os 3. Macbook with macOS and other linux based operating systems, but high probability is that either you have been using or are familiar with some operating system, you should stick with it for obvious reasons unless you have some specifics to shift.