Best Budget Laptop

Our top choice for low budget laptops is the ASUS X543NA

*Please enquire about stock availability. Prices are subject to change.

ASUS X543NA Specs

This specification table compares the of the stock version of the laptop with the maximum upgrade upon purchase. (Warranty remains intact.)

SpecificationStandardMax Upgrade
ProcessorIntel N3350 Dual Core up to 2.40GHzX
Memory (RAM)4GB DDR4X
Display15.6" HD (1360x768) Anti-glareX
ConnectivityWi-Fi (802.11ac) & Bluetooth 4.0X
USB ports1 x USB 3.2 Type-A
2 x USB 2.0 Type-A
SD Card ReaderYesX


Our Recommendation

For a very noticable performance increase and enough usable storage get it in the 512GB SSD option for only R6999

Our other available 2.5" SSD sizes: 128GB | 256GB | 512GB | 1TB

Frequently asked questions

Will this laptop be right for me or my business?

This depends on what you use it for: If you mainly use it for Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook etc.), opening .pdf files, making out invoices, online meetings, school projects, watch movies etc. then yes it will work.

Honest Laptop Pros and Cons

- The biggest pro of this laptop is ofcourse its very low pricetag and getting an N3350 processor instead of an N3020.

- The biggest drawback with budget laptops is their slower multitasking. Office applications will run fine, but multiple Chrome Browser tabs will slow it down.