What makes the best non-gaming laptops? What are non-gamers anyway? This article is going to answer these questions along with providing you with a list of laptops to choose from.
Hear, hear Non-Gamers!
If you ask a teenager these days about his favorite laptop, he would undoubtedly go on to pick the one that has the highest-end features. Why wouldn’t he? After all, he has to study, learn coding, photoshop, a bit of video editing for his social media, and of course, play with his friends.
But not everyone is that teenager. Not everyone wants to play games on their laptops. They either have their own PC for that or they aren’t interested at all. These days mobile gaming is keeping up with the online blizzard that PC games started.
So, if you aren’t that teenager and you only want a laptop that does everything besides gaming (or just a bit of it), this list is for you.
Here, you’d find machines with balanced specs that you could easily rely on when playing something on Netflix, editing your long-awaited video, preparing presentations without experiencing stutters, or just getting along with your daily tasks just like that.
And a laptop that you are in quest of, which can thoroughly compensate for all your needs i.e. be it the professional and study-related needs, or your fervors and likewise other craves, is what we call the best non-gaming laptop.
Got the point? So now, if you have come here merely to understand this (gamer and non-gamer laptop) thing, I am sure you’ve got the answer.
Here’s the list I talked about. The laptops have been chosen carefully after hours of research. These are all great laptops and you could go with anyone and be happy. The list provides a range of prices and specs so that everyone’s requirements are covered.
The List of Best Laptops for Non-Gamers
Our Top Pick
|Lenovo Flex 5 |
Features: 14.0″ FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch Display, AMD Ryzen 5 4500U Processor, 16GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics, Digital Pen Included
Light as Air
|Apple MacBook Air |
Features: Apple M1 Chip, 13″ Retina Display, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD Storage, Backlit Keyboard, FaceTime HD Camera, Touch ID
|Acer Aspire 5 |
Features: 15.6″ Full HD IPS Display, AMD Ryzen 7 3700U, RX Vega 10 Graphics, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, Backlit Keyboard
|ASUS VivoBook 15 |
Features: 15.6” FHD Display, AMD Quad-Core R7-3700U CPU, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, AMD Radeon Vega 10 Graphics, Fingerprint
|Lenovo IdeaPad 3 |
Features: 14.0″ FHD 1920 x 1080 Display, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, AMD Radeon Vega 8 Graphics, Narrow Bezel
Latest HP Release
|HP 15-inch Laptop |
Features: 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1135G7, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Windows 11 Home, 8 Hours of Battery
|ASUS ZenBook 13 |
Features: 13.3″ OLED FHD NanoEdge Bezel Display, Intel Core i7-1165G7, 16GB LPDDR4X RAM, 512GB SSD, NumberPad, Thunderbolt 4
Feel the Power
|Dell Inspiron 15 |
Features: 15.6 inch FHD Thin & Light Laptop – Intel Core i5-1135G7, 8GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM, 512GB SSD, Iris Xe Graphics
Not Quite a Laptop
|Microsoft Surface Pro 7 |
Features: 12.3″ Touch-Screen, 10th Gen Intel Core i5, 8GB Memory, 28GB SSD, 11 Hours of Battery Life
|HP Envy x360 |
Features: 15.6″ Full HD Touchscreen, AMD Ryzen 5 5500U 6-Core Processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Backlit Keyboard, HDMI, Webcam
I have reviewed the top nongaming laptops in the following video:
Let me share my experience with you regarding these laptops, so let’s go over each one one by one.
1. Lenovo Flex 5
The word “Flex” isn’t there just for the show because it most certainly stands true to its name, the Lenovo Flex 5 is exceptionally voguish, practical, and has an exquisite quality finish. And for such a price tag it is literally a steal!Michael Johnson, Electronics Engineer and Senior Content Writer at iLaptopWorld.com
Flex 5 is a multi-purpose gadget i.e. a tablet, a mini-cinema, a notebook, and a laptop too. Yes, featuring the space-friendly and easy-to-manage 360-degree rotation, this Lenovo’s stunning “2 in 1” makes your working far easier by swiftly adjusting to whatever angle or mode you keep it at.
This 14-inches tablet, mesmerizingly nano-edged all around, can be considered a typical notebook and since it comes packed with an activated digital pen, you are good to take notes, make drawings, and do much more straight on your screen.
Delivering a Full HD resolution, this IPS instilled screen with an added richness in visuals via the AMD Radeon Graphics backing, which sheerly satisfies your visual craves when you turn the gadget into the studio mode for binge-watching, etc.
Inside the chassis, it’s been soldered with 16GB RAM, has got 256GB SSD, and houses the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U Hexa-core processor which can touch an electric high speed of up to 4GHz.
Now, just imagine all these things working at their highest extremes. Literally ripping!
It has got a supportive battery therein with support for the amazing rapid charge technology i.e. up to 80% in an hour. It has a webcam, of course, with a physical privacy shutter on it so that your laptop time is fully intact and secured. After using the Flex 5 for a few months, I’d say it’s the best laptop for non-gamers.
Watch the following video by LonTV for more in-depth details.
2. Apple MacBook Air – Best for Students, Professionals, and Business
Being a web developer my experience with Apple Products has been nothing but effervescent, the 2020 Apple MacBook Air is the most potent professional-level machine I have used with battery life. I cannot compare with other brands because it is so flabbergasting!Janine Monico, Web Developer at iLaptopWorld.com
Apple has a reputation to bring about tough competitors to its contemporaries and Apple Macbook Air is no exception. Yes, it is expensive but it gives value over each penny you pay. Meet quality and reliability like never before. And that, too, with the famous M1 chip.
You won’t get a better screen for a non-gaming laptop than Macbook Air’s 13.3-inch panel. It offers more colors than what a normal laptop would produce – a whopping 125% sRGB. The results of this are crystal clear displays with sharp colors that are soft on the eyes. I could just go on and on and talk about how clear it produces texts. No matter what the background, the text appears true to its colors, and that includes subtitles. Thank Apple’s True Tone Technology for this, if you have to.
We could match the performance of Lenovo Idea Pad 3 but in no terms does it surpass the power of Apple’s M1 8 Core. It scores 15131 on the CPUmark, which means it does well considerably in terms of strength and task processing. If we compare it to Intel’s giants, the Intel Core i9 comes to terms with it.
With an 8GB RAM with 512GB SSD, the laptop would stay on your side of the multitasking for years to come. You can even play light games on it but for other tasks related to your studies or work, it won’t disappoint you at all.
The battery lasts for about 16 hours on minimum use. It can even go up to 18 hours if you tune down the performance further.
Despite all the power and style, not to mention premium and quiet chassis, and a keyboard and touchpad to kill for, the laptop weighs only 2.8 lbs. It’s not even big, considering the 13.3” screen.
Watch the following video by Marques for more in-depth details.
- Extensive battery for endless tasks
- Quiet laptop
- TouchID makes things secure
- This will stay with you for long
3. Acer Aspire 5 – Best Laptop for Home Use No Gaming
A gem of a laptop to use and travel around without feeling weighed down, it is snappy, versatile, and fashionable all while being under a budget, my time spent with this cutie will always be memorable because it is so reliable due to its speediness.Jennifer, Reviewer and User
The Acer Aspire 5 has a sleek profile with specs that would fuel your productivity, whether it is in terms of your office work or study.
One of the main highlights of the laptop is its screen. A 15.6” full HD panel will keep you hooked up to your daily tasks without putting unruly strain on your eyes. The colors are truly amazing with blacks edging on profound blackness and whites showing their true nature. You’d also love its viewing angles. From the sides, it doesn’t look like you’re looking at a cheap or unworthy screen at all.
You would definitely love the screen if you’re a great lover of online streaming services like Netflix and Disney+.
Under the hood, you get the AMD Ryzen 3 3200U CPU with Vega 3 graphics, 4GB DDR4 RAM, and 128GB SSD. All of these make for decent performance. You certainly cannot play AAA titles on this one and it’s understandable that you don’t even want to. However, when it comes to multitasking, it won’t fail you – not at least in its price range.
It is not comparable to the ASUS VivoBook that I reviewed above. This one has only 4 threads with a CPUmark of only 3923. You should expect to run a few Chrome tabs with a light program but nothing more than that when it comes to working on more than one task.
Possibly, one of the reasons why it runs for about 7 hours is its medium to lower medium performance. The chipsets running below its hood don’t pack that much for a punch to give the battery a tough time.
Besides having a nice battery timing, the unit only weighs about 3.97 lbs – something you can carry over your shoulders effortlessly.
Watch the following video by SoulOfTech for more in-depth details.
- Affordable laptop for light tasks
- Responsive backlit keyboard
- Commendable screen for its price
- Great value for the price
- Mediocre touchpad
4. ASUS Vivobook 15
A beautiful screen on a solid machine, the ASUS Vivobook 15 packs the punch to multitask like a boss, all the while weighing less on your pocket.
All the laptops come with a flat-screen but this one seems to be given great thought by the design team. The 15.6” FHD panel is sharp, colorful, and has 178 degrees of viewing angle – all of which make it sit on the list of desirable screens.
The bezels are extremely thin, which adds a character to the whole screen. Even though the laptop isn’t too wide compared to it, the thin bezels stretch it further away to make it look larger than life.
No matter what you view on this one, it will be a treat to the eyes for sure.
The performance is equally dazzling. With an AMD Ryzen 7 CPU that injects Radeon Vega 10 Graphics, your multitasking will go smoothly as ever.
It comes with 4 cores and 8 threads, bagging a total of 7346 CPUmark benchmarks. I choose this benchmark because it gives an idea of the overall performance as compared to its competitors. Speaking of which, it underperforms as compared to the Intel Core i7 8th generation but takes over the 7th gen of the same. It also performs better than the AMD Ryzen 5 series.
So to say, the laptop won’t say no to running modern applications such as the Adobe CC suite and tens of Chrome browsers. However, it will show its limitations when you’re working with graphics-intensive content such as a 4K video. Doing that alone won’t be a problem, but multitasking including that would slow things down.
The laptop stays in the safe zone when it comes to battery power. That is to say that it’s not the greatest but also not the least you could expect. On a full charge, it takes 5 hours to completely drain. Thankfully, it charges faster.
The ASUS VivoBook 15 weighs only 3.4 lbs, which means carrying it in your bag to your school, college, or office shouldn’t be a problem at all.
- Thin bezel FHD screen
- Reliable video cam and speakers
- Backlit keyboard
- Battery life could have been better
5. Lenovo IdeaPad 3 – Best Laptop for Home Use
A tad bit cheaper but faster than the ASUS VivoBook 15, the Lenovo IdeaPad 3 will take you through your rough work patches more smoothly than ever.
The 14” FHD screen is absolutely a treat to the eyes. Imagine the 1080p resolution packed in a 14” screen where you get more pixels per square inch. The result is always magnificent with radiant colors, smooth operation, and screen pixel density.
Its thin bezels take this experience to a whole new level as you get to have more of it than what the width of the laptop allows. The viewing angles are, thus, larger than expectations.
It is run by the AMD Ryzen 5 5500U processor with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. The storage is low as compared to the price you’re paying but I have no qualms in accepting the satisfactory performance of Ryzen 5.
Don’t be fooled by the AMD Ryzen 5 series in this one Vs the Ryzen 7 series in the ASUS VivoBook 15. That’s because the Ryzen 5 5500U outperforms the Ryzen 7 3500 U. It’s evident from their respective CPUmarks of 13238 and 7346, respectively.
With 12 threads and 6 cores, the laptop will easily ace multitasking by running graphics and power-intensive applications along with tens of Chrome browsers.
With 50% brightness and normal use, the battery lasts for about 8 hours, which is more than enough of what you’re paying for.
At 3.1 lbs, the unit is as portable as you want it to be. No problem in that regard. Even the product dimensions of 12.76 x 8.49 x 0.78 inches fit well in a regular bag.
- Stylish looks
- Comes with all types of ports you’d need
- Amazing screen
- Powerful for its price
- The keyboard could have been better
6. Hp 15 – Best Laptop for Everyday Use
The HP 15 has an anti-glare screen with a keyboard and trackpad to love. All that is packed in a chassis too slim for its price and too stylish to ignore.
The 15.6” screen comes with anti-glare, which will remove the limits of not being able to work outside because of sunlight. You won’t see your reflection on it even in strong light. So, for videos, streaming, or even working in brightly lit settings, the laptop does great. Then obviously, the thin bezels with a 1080p resolution make your experience worthwhile.
At 2.4 GHz, the Intel Core i5-1135G7 brags a total of 10183 CPUmark. In this list so far, it beats ASUS VivoBook 15, and Acer Aspire 5, but not the Lenovo IdeaPad 3. That’s understandable because of the number of cores it provides. This one, however, runs on 4 cores and 8 threads, giving you an all-around performance for multiple tasks at your hand.
However, do not expect it to go overboard for high-intensity tasks such as editing a 4K video along with running a gazillion Chrome tabs.
Despite packing an above-average performance, the laptop runs for at least 8 hours. If you ask me, this is a gold standard in terms of the price.
At 3.75 lbs, the laptop is portable for sure.
- Anti-glare screen
- Slim and portable
- Feels premium
- Long-lasting for medium to low-intensity tasks
- The keyboard isn’t backlit
- Ports could have been more
7. ASUS ZenBook 13 – Ultra Slim and Lightweight
The ASUS ZenBook 13 is every bit a premium laptop. Despite its allocations of good performance, looks, and reliability, a laptop is still a non-gaming machine. That does not mean that it underperforms in performing other tasks such as multitasking when you’re working on your next presentation, watching online content, or editing your new video.
This is the first laptop in this list to feature a 13.3” OLED FHD display. Buy it and you’ll never shy away from looking at the screen for hours on end. It is delicious to the eyes. The colors remain true as the panel covers 100% sRGB. Not to mention, with 400 nits brightness, this is the brightest display you’d see that will have no problem in fighting off all the glare caused by the sunlight in outdoor settings.
In terms of performance, it manages to reach about 10658 CPUmark with its 4 cores and 8 threads. That is to say that it beats the HP 15. With a whopping 16GB RAM, you’d have absolutely no problem running your daily tasks – even more than that.
The combination of such a CPU backed up by the DDR4 RAM makes this machine blazing fast. Couple that to the 512GB SSD and you have a machine that says no to any task related to your work and study.
Obviously, it doesn’t have a dedicated GPU, so popular games don’t run very well on it, that’s for sure.
The battery lasts for about 6 hours, which is average. All the powerful components used under the hood explain why that is the case.
Work from anywhere and anytime because the laptop is lightweight and handy. Weighing only 2.45 lbs, it should be easy to carry around.
- Breathtaking screen with true colors
- Metallic design
- Durable and long-lasting
- Numpad on the touchpad
- Low battery life
8. Dell Inspiron 15 – Best for Home and Office
The Dell Inspiron 15 has the same CPU as the HP 15, which is the Intel Core i5 11th generation. However, it takes an edge in terms of the storage and an extension of the screen that lifts up the chassis when you open it for ergonomic typing.
A 15.6 FHD panel awaits your eyes as you open the lid. The bezels are extremely thin. However, the panel retains the characteristics of a cheap screen. The colors don’t pop out but the viewing angle is good. Like most of the FHD screens here, this one is pretty standard as well. You can say it is just right for the price.
It runs with the Intel Core i5-1135G7 – the same that fuels HP 15’s performance. Much or less, both have the same benchmarks. They even share an 8GB RAM. But this one has 512GB SSD storage for your files.
I didn’t experience any lag when I was working on Chrome with YouTube, docs, and a lot of other web apps open in the tabs. However, the moment I clicked on Adobe Photoshop, things got a little slow for a moment. The speed miraculously recovered after a few minutes, though.
With 7 hours of battery timing, the laptop would carry you through most of your tasks without needing a charge. But when it does, it will only take an hour or less to recharge because it supports fast charging.
At 3.78 lbs, the laptop is as portable as you’d want.
- Stylish plastic design
- Decent speakers and keyboard
- Ergonomic typing
- Reliable hinges
- Dull display
9. Microsoft Surface Pro 7
Starting with one pure beast i.e. Microsoft’s stylish and eye-catchy “part tablet part laptop”, gadget! It’s so sensible and standout that I could not keep myself from having it as my first pick.
No over exaggerations, honestly!
Well, if you are a non-gamer, especially someone who needs a laptop for entertainment purpose, or a student looking for an easy to carry gadget, or anyone else, this 12.3″ tablet with a kickstand at its back plus a separate detachable type cover i.e. the keyboard, both making it a laptop as well, is the only all-in-one solution to both i.e. your work plus style needs.
Delivering a soothing 2736 x 1824 px resolution further enhanced by Intel Iris Plus Graphics integration, this sort of mini-studio assures some classic cinematic visuals and satisfies your visual craves like never before.
Talking technical, it has got the 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB Flash SSD, enough to make you rip through your intense and hassled multitasking, etc., whereas its battery is claimed to stand for approx. 10 hours (and gets charged quickly) ascertains you continue doing all that for longer periods.
It comes with Windows 10 Home OS and sports a lethal Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 combo for speedy wireless connectivity everywhere. Overall the Microsoft Surface Pro is the best laptop for non gamers.
- 2 in 1 (kickstand + type cover)
- Strapping processor
- Mighty power-efficient RAM
- Stunning screen
- Speedy connectivity (Wi-Fi 6 & USB C)
- Fine battery with quick charge support
- Easily portable
- Bit heavy screen bezels
- Little heating issues
10. HP Envy x360 – Best Convertible Laptop for Regular Use
The HP Envy x360 sits comfortably on the top of the midrange 2-in-1 laptops with its immensely stylish looks, snappy performance, and quality that speaks of the manufacturer’s commitment for years to come.
The laptop comes in two sizes. A 13” FHD screen and a 15.6”. This unit has an immersive 15.6” touchscreen. Although it is by no means a 4K display, you’d still experience visuals like no other. Yes, sometimes, you may feel as if the text is a little blurred but that’s short-lived if you ask me. I highly recommend this screen after the Apple MacBook Air’s panel because the colors pop out conveniently. I had no issue in using it in bright sunlight as thankfully, the screen has around 400 nits of brightness.
The top bezel houses a 720p webcam with a safety lock that completely blocks your view. This is probably one of the only midranges that are almost bezel-less.
It has the same CPU as the Lenovo IdeaPad 3 – the AMD Ryzen 5 5500U. With a CPUmark benchmark of about 13236, this processor sits close to the Apple M1 8 Core – a fact I alluded to above. But what even IdeaPad 3 doesn’t have is 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. Both these take the laptop’s benchmarks even above to beat it by a mile.
Expect blazing fast performance when browsing, streaming, and editing on the likes of Adobe CC, and more. The best part is that you’re getting all that in a laptop that can be converted into a tablet, tent, and laptop modes – with touchscreen, mind you.
I do understand why the battery only lasts for about 8 hours. The performance is top-notch and thus, the power consumption.
Making a 15.6” convertible has its downsides – weight being one of them. With a thick chassis, the laptop weighs around 4.1 lbs, which is not that heavy but still, you’d feel it when you use it in the tablet mode for a long time, for example.
- Premium 2-in-1 touchscreen with a stylus included
- A brilliant performer for everyday tasks and more
- Comfortable keyboard
- Responsive touch
- Small touchpad
The Things Your Non-Gaming Laptop Makes it Worth Your Investment
So here are the things that make your laptop worth your investment.
Now that you know that non-gaming people like yourself are just regular normal people who prefer to do everything and anything on their laptops besides gaming, here are the things to consider when buying yourself one.
Because you’d be playing plenty of media on your laptop from Netflix to HBO and whatnot, you definitely should look for a better screen. A gaming laptop is called THE gaming laptop because of its high refresh rate screen. It could go anywhere from 144Hz to 165Hz and beyond. You don’t need that much at all. A 60Hz panel would do your job just fine. It’s not like you’d find pixels in that refresh rate. Most of our screens come with a default 60Hz rate.
However, what you should be looking for is its resolution. I highly recommend a 1080p resolution for starters if the laptop is beyond 14”. If it’s lower than that, then going with 720p doesn’t hurt much. But here, the amount you’re ready to invest comes into play.
Whether it should be touch-enabled or not depends on your preference, really. There are some brilliant 2-in-1 laptops out there with touch panels and I’d review some of them here.
I’d also prefer the screen to be anti-glare to help me work outdoors without hurting my eyes.
How your laptop performs will determine your good days and bad days, considering how much you use it. If you ask me, I’ve had my days of hairsplitting frustration when my laptop wouldn’t perform well. We buy laptops (and pay hefty amounts) to get a machine that says yes to every task (excluding games here). When they don’t, how would you feel? You know the feeling, I guess.
So, performance is the second most important thing to look for. It should include the CPU, RAM, and storage capacities. The CPU determines the power of your laptop, while the RAM fuels multitasking. You need considerable storage because what good is a laptop where you can’t even save your precious files?
My recommendations are Core i5 9th generation and beyond for CPU, at least 8GB RAM, and 512GB SSD.
Gaming laptops don’t come with good batteries. That’s their drawback because they are power-consuming machines and a small battery cannot power them that much.
On the other hand, non-gaming laptops should have at least 5 hours of battery for starters. Anything above that is more than enough, obviously.
The next thing to look for in a non-gaming laptop is its weight. That’s because the weight determines a laptop’s portability. You need a portable machine so that you can work away from your desk with ease.
So, these are a few things I recommend you should look for in a non-gaming laptop before buying it. Besides this, follow the number 1 rule I follow to choose a laptop: Go with your brain and not heart.
Frequently Asked Questions
I’ve answered some commonly asked questions, so let’s have a look at them.
Are gaming laptops good for non-gamers?
To be honest (and succinct), here is how I see this.
When it comes to a power and performance-wise comparison, a gaming laptop is always much more powerful than a non-gaming laptop. So, if you are seeing it from this viewpoint and you are all ears for top-notch performance, a gaming device is way good for a non-gamer too.
On the contrary, if you want a machine for some mild routine things like lighter internet browsing, reading/writing, and a bit of binge-watching. A gaming laptop may not be good for you (or any other non-gamer).
This is because they are expensive, they usually have annoying heat and noise issues, they have sub-par batteries and they are heavy to carry around. So, yeah it depends on how a non-gamer sees it and for what type of usage, non-gaming though, he wants a gaming laptop.
Is it better to get a gaming or a regular laptop?
The answer to this question is, I think, already given in Question No. 1.
But here again, I’d say it depends on your type of requirements and yeah, your budget too. Say if you are some high-end (non-gamer) laptop fiend with some grievous routine uses, perhaps some casual gaming too. Then, for you, a gaming laptop would be a better go-to option than a regular (non-gaming) laptop.
That’s because gaming machines are insanely powerful performance-wise compared to their same-tiered non-gaming adversaries.
Whereas, if you are just an average user i.e. neither in gaming nor in any other harsh/demanding things, then you must go for a regular one.
For all the other whys and whats, consult the answer no. 1.
Is it OK to game on a non gaming laptop?
A non-gaming laptop is not meant for gaming. However, that includes all the AAA games. Normally those games require a lot of horsepowers to work – a powerful CPU with multiple cores, preferably 6 to 8 cores, 16GB and onwards of RAM, 512GB or 1TB SSD, and a dedicated card. The card could be from NVIDIA to AMD, depending on the manufacturer.
A non-gaming laptop does not have a dedicated card that could play heavy games even if it has all the rest. Therefore, even if you want to play games on your non-gaming laptop, you would have to choose less graphically intensive games. Even if you play slightly heavy games like DOTA 2, your laptop will take the toll. It will heat up, the fans would go haywire, and you’d experience stutters that could ultimately reduce the lifespan of your machine.
Who needs a non-gaming laptop?
People who do not wish to play games, whether heavy or not, on their laptop, need a non-gaming laptop. Such a laptop does not have a dedicated graphics card or a very powerful CPU.
Since those people need the laptop for other tasks such as studying or work-related, they don’t need that kind of a card at all. So, if you’re a student looking for a laptop that could help you with online classes or running a few programs related to your studies, a professional who wants a laptop to make presentations and save important files, or simply someone who’d love to stream movies and series without investing much, then the non-gaming laptops are for you.
Why do you need a non-gaming laptop?
Non-gaming laptops are made to do tasks other than gaming. Those tasks could include video editing, working on small study or work-related software, typing, or simply watching a movie or binging a series. You need a non-gaming laptop if you’re thinking of buying a laptop for the said tasks.
Non-gaming laptops pack a punch for daily tasks. The laptops I reviewed above work perfectly right in those terms. You won’t experience stutters or frame freezing at all.
Besides, they don’t cost as much as gaming laptops. The choice is yours but the possibilities are endless.
Doesn’t matter what degree you are pursuing, what field or profession you are into, or what your passion is, if you are not a gamer and looking for the best laptop for yourself, this article is a must-read for you.
To give you a succinct recap, if in case you’ve missed it, I have framed up this article with wholly solely one thing in my mind i.e. to provide everyone regardless of his passion or profession, the best for his needs.
Yes, but one thing you must consider is that if you are a gamer, you won’t perhaps be well-served here, for you’ll only, above in this article.
If you ask me, I would be suggesting you either consider the “Microsoft Surface Pro 7“, or the “Apple MacBook Air“, since these are the beast machines, more than enough for whatever you ask them to do except for some high-end gaming.
Wishing you luck!