The ASUS F554LA-WS71 is mid-range notebook most suited for users needing the laptop at home as a desktop replacement device since it’s packed with backward compatible technology and decent enough hardware to actually replace a stationary PC for most everyday activities.
The Acer Aspire E Series is specifically designed for everyday users who need modest laptop performance for a very good price tag. Acer managed just that with the E series, a range of laptops that emphasize the balance between tech specs, build quality and an attractive selling price. For being one of the cheapest full-sized laptop, the Acer Aspire E15 ES1-512-C88M has received stellar reviews from hundreds of satisfied users on Amazon.
The Acer Aspire R14 series has been launched in the spring of 2015 and consists of an array of mid-range convertible (2-in-1) laptops designed for the general public, aimed at the average user with extra mobility and functionality needs in mind. With features that add value like Zero Air Gap technology, Acer Touch Tools or Skype Certification, this convertible laptop is a good tool, despite a drawback or two.
The affordable convertible laptops from Dell, the Inspiron 11 3000 series are designed as a viable alternative to Chromebooks for people who want a little more control over their machines and a bit more processing power and versatility.
The Toshiba Satellite C55-B5298, an entry level laptop that was launched in 2014 still enjoys decent reviews this day. Mainly because of the price tag: listed at $299, the budget Toshiba regularly drops under $260 during promos. And that’s a good price to pay for a laptop that can connect you to the world.