9 Best Laptops for Mechanical engineering students in India 2021

This is The Mechanical post and today you will be reading about the best laptops for mechanical engineering students in India 2021 for every budget.

Being a Mechanical engineer myself, I know that having a good laptop saves a person lots of time and effort.


Best laptops for mechanical students in India 2021

The covid-19 pandemic has shaken the educational system and the need for having a good laptop have never been higher.


No matter what lies ahead, your student life will surely revolve around this piece of tech, whether it's researching, playing games, or preparing reports.


So we have gone through the extensive process of selection so that you don't have to. Hence, we have come up with the 9 best laptops for mechanical students under all budgets.


We can't stress this enough that having a good laptop can save a lot of time and effort.


Why does a mechanical student need a laptop?

We as mechanical engineers, need a laptop be it for 3D modeling or preparing reports for projects, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), assignments and much more.


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First, we'll see a buying guide that will help you choose a good laptop for you and then our list of the best laptop for mechanical engineers.

If you want to skip reading the detailed explanation, you can jump to the list of the 9 best laptops

And at the end, you can find detailed specifications with the pros and cons of each laptop to help you select the right machine according to your needs. 


Laptop buying guide for mechanical engineering students

The following are the specs or buying tips you must consider before buying any laptop for yourself.

1. Size and weight. 

Being a mechanical student, we have to go from one class to another. From class to lab, or lab to the workshop, a student doesn't sit the whole time in college. 

So it is good to have a laptop small and compact so that it fits your backpack as well as be light in weight so that it would be less burden carrying around.

So an ideal size and weight would be a 14''inch screen size laptop with around 1.5kg weight.

2. Display.

It is the place where you will be staring all the time using your laptop and for a mechanical engineering student when using designing and modeling software color accuracy is quite important. 

Also, when watching videos, movies, or online lectures, a good display is necessary.

A look for at least a full HD IPS display. An OLED or QLED display is good but is expensive. Don't opt for a TN or VA panel as they have terrible viewing angles and don't have good color reproduction.


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3.RAM. 

As mechanical students, we come across heavy-weight software like Autocad inventor, Ansys, Solidworks, Catia, etc which require a good amount of power.

So look for a minimum of 8GB ram. Although we recommend 16GB ram to be a little future proof. If not, you can check out a laptop that you can upgrade to 16GB later on.

4.Processor 

Intel or AMD you can opt for any brand you want but, the processor must have 4 or more core and the boost speed must be above 3.6GHz at least.

The more the cores and the faster the speed of the core, the better is the processor.

On a budget go for 4 cores and if you can afford you can opt for 6 or 8 cores according to your workload. If you are dealing with assemblies with around 100+ parts in 3D modeling, then you must opt for 8 cores minimum.

5.Graphics.

All that you see on your screen is due to the graphics card. Now a days many laptops come with integrated graphics but try avoiding them. Opt for a dedicated graphics card as it would boost the performance.

Look for at least a 2GB dedicated graphic card. However, now a days 4GB has become the baseline.

The minimum we recommend is a 4 GB dedicated graphics card of Nvidia 1650 or 1650 super. 

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List of laptops for mechanical engineering students

Given below is the list of the laptops for mechanical engineering students in descending order of their price. 



You might be thinking after reading this that why I've included gaming laptops extensively in the list.

The reason is that I have preferred performance while making this list so that you can complete your work smoothly.

The ultrabooks are usually light in weight. But a disadvantage is that they come with a very basic graphic card i.e MX 250 or MX 350 for the same price as that of the gaming laptop.

Specs and features

Lenovo Legion 5Pi

Specs 

Screen :
15.6" Full HD resolution display with144 Hz Refresh Rate with 300 nits brightness

Processor :
Intel Core i7-10750H 10th Gen

Graphics card :
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6

RAM :
16 GB DDR4

Storage:
1TB SSD storage

Operating system:
Windows 10

Weight:
2.3 kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • The powerful performance will handle almost all the software you will ever need with ease.
  • Good display.
  • The build is very good
  • 100% sRGB color accuracy of the display results in a visual treat for gamers, artists, and creators
  • Good all-rounder performance.
  • RAM can be upgraded in the future to 32GB.
  • Good ports for connectivity. {alertSuccess}

Con's

  • The weight of this laptop might bother you at 2.3kg.
  • No webcam, so you would need to buy one. {alertWarning}

Watch the detailed review of this laptop by LearnAbhi here. (* not sponsored)

Specs

Screen:
15. 6" Full HD Widescreen LED-backlit IPS Display with 144Hz Refresh Rate and 3ms response time.

Processor:
Intel 10th gen Core i7-10750H 6-Core

Graphics card:
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB

RAM:
16GB DDR4 in dual channel memory.

Storage: 
512GB PCIe NVMe SSD

Operating system: 
Windows 10

Weight:
2.3 kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Intel 10th gen i7 processor paired with an RTX 2060 6GB is a beast. Very good performance.
  • Good airflow, and remains cool most of the time.
  • Has 144 Hz refresh rate along with 75% NTSC which would be a visual treat.
  • Comfortable keyboard with customizable RGB. {alertSuccess}

 

Con's

  • It's a little heavy at around 2.kg.
  • Battery life isn't that great because of the power hungry CPU and GPU. Also, the high refresh rate and RGB lighting take a toll on battery life. {alertWarning}

Cool isn't it? See what GadgetByte has to say here. (* not sponsored)

Specs

Screen:
14" FHD 120hz display with 85% screen to body ratio

Processor: 
Ryzen 5 4600HS

Graphics card:
GeForce GTX 1650Ti 4GB Graphics

RAM:
8GB

Storage: 
1TB SSD

Weight:
1.7kg

Operating system: 
Windows 10 {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Small, compact, and light weight design.
  • Powerful performance can easily handle day-to-day tasks and college work.
  • 120 Hz high refresh rate display. {alertSuccess}

Con's

  • No webcam, hence an external webcam is required.
  • Due to small design heat dissipation is affected. {alertWarning}

Watch the detailed review on the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 by BeeBom here. (* not sponsored)

Specs

Screen: 
15.6-inch Full HD resolution, IPS display with 60Hz refresh rate.

Processor:
AMD Ryzen 5 4600H 6-core processor

Graphics card:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660ti 6GB

RAM:
8GB

Storage:
512GB SSD

Operating system:
Windows 10

Weight:
2.36 kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Powerful performance and also has the powerful graphics card in this list i.e. Nvidia GTX 1660ti.
  • Good battery life.
  • Good value for money. {alertSuccess} 

Con's

  • It's on the heavier side with 2.3 kgs
  • No RGB backlit keyboard, only single colour is available.{alertWarning}

 

Interested in buying it? Watch the review video on HP Omen gaming laptop by Beebom here. (* not sponsored)

Specs

Screen:
15.6 inch Full HD display with 120 Hz refresh rate.

Processor:
10th Gen Intel Core i5 10300H

Graphics card:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 4GB GDDR6

RAM:
8GB DDR4

Storage:
1TB HDD + 256GB SSD

Operating system:
Windows 10

Weight:
Around 2.3kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Concave keys of the keyboard give a good typing experience.
  • Good performance.
  • Have nice sounding speakers
  • Ample amount of storage with 1TB HDD with 256 GB SSD. {alertSuccess}

Con's

  • The webcam is average.
  • It's on the heavier side with a weight of around 2.3 kg.{alertWarning}

This laptop might have impressed you! Watch its review by Digit here before making a decision. (* not sponsored)

Specs

Screen:
15.6 inch FHD IPS anti-glare display.

Processor:
Intel Core i5-9300H

Graphics card:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Graphics 4 GB GDDR5

RAM:
8 GB

Storage:
512 GB SSD

Operating system:
Windows 10

Weight:
2.3kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Good laptop in the budget.
  • Bang and Olufsen speakers.
  • Good performance.
  • The thermal performance is good.
  • Overall a very good laptop. {alertSuccess}

Con's

  • The display is not very bright in sunlight.
  • It's heavier at 2.3kg.{alertWarning}

Specs

Screen:
15.6-Inch FHD IPS anti-glare, WLED-backlit

Processor:
AMD Ryzen 5 4600H

Graphics card:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB GDDR6

RAM:
8 GB DDR4 (Can be upgraded to 16GB)

Storage:
1 TB HDD (can be upgraded to 1 TB SSD) * need to be bought separately.

Operating system:
Windows 10

Weight:
2kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Good value for money.
  • 6 core processor.
  • RAM and storage can be upgraded.
  • Good port options. 
  • Have good looks. {alertSuccess}

Con's

  • It's a little heavy at 2 kgs.
  • Colour produced isn't very good. It's average.
  • Battery life isn't good.{alertWarning}

Specs

Screen:
15.6-inch (16:9) LED-backlit FHD with 60Hz Refresh Rate.

Processor:
AMD Ryzen 5 4600H

Graphics card:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 4GB

RAM:
16GB RAM

Storage:
512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD

Operating system:
Windows 10

Weight:
2.3kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Good performance can be expected.
  • Can handle CAD and 3D design software easily.
  • RAM and storage can be upgraded. {alertSuccess}

Con's

  • The screen quality isn't very good.
  • Battery life is average.
  • Fans can get loud during high loads.{alertWarning}

See the review by Techy Pathshala on the Asus A15 laptop here. 

Specs

Screen:
14-Inch Full HD 1920X 1080 display with anti-glare coating.

Processor:
10th Gen Intel Core i5-10210U

Graphics card:
Nvidia MX250 2GB GDDR5 Graphics

RAM:
8GB DDR4

Storage:
512 GB SSD

Operating system:
Windows 10

Weight:
1.5 Kg {alertInfo}

Pro's

  • Lightweight, compact and portable.
  • Good for the price.
  • Good display. {alertSuccess}

Con's

  • Ram is non-upgradeable.
  • The webcam is given separately.
  • Not suitable for heavy load.{alertWarning}

Planning to buy it? First, watch the review, here.

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Conclusion

So, These were the 9 laptops, and we would like to conclude the following: 

1) The best power-packed laptop is the Acer helios 300.

2) If you are looking for a compact, portable and powerful laptop then, Asus ROG Zephyrus 14 is the laptop to go with.

3) The Hp Pavilion Gaming DK268TX  is a capable laptop for students on mid-budget.

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