10 Cheapest Laptops in Nigeria

Every Nigerian wants to get the value for their money. Whenever you wish to buy gadgets like laptops in Nigeria, it is advised you buy it from well-known companies so as to enjoy the warranty as well as technical support that come with the products.

There are many known mega retail stores in Nigeria both exist online and as mortar and brick stores. The choice of where to buy the cheapest laptops in Nigeria is basically yours as many of these stores give customers warranty and technical support.

There also exist fairly used laptops which many Nigerians find cheap, and of course many people will like to buy it but the implication is that there is no warranty, technical support and trust of such products as you wouldn’t know why the last user decided to dispose of it.

In this piece, I will closely review the cheapest laptops in Nigeria with their configurations.
Cheapest Laptops in Nigeria
In my review of the cheapest I will discuss some known products from HP (Helwett-Packard), Asus, Acer, Toshiba, Lenovo and other brands popular in Nigeria.

If you really wish to buy one of the cheapest new laptops in Nigeria, you shouldn’t have less than sixty thousand Naira (N70,000). Now let’s review a selected few.

1. HP 15-ac007
Screen Size: 15.6 Inch
Processor: Intel Celeron N3050, 1.6GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 500GB HDD, 2GB RAM
Colour: Black
Operating System: Free DOS
Price: N57,000

2. Acer Packard Bell EasyNote ENME69BMP
Screen Size: 10.1 inch Touchscreen LED
Processor: Intel Celeron N2806; 1.60 Processor Speed
Memory: 500GB SATA HDD, 2GB RAM
Colour: Black/Silver
Operating System: Windows 8 Intel HD Graphics
Price: N48,000

3. Lenovo A10 Mini Touch
Screen Size: 10.1 inch HD 1366×768
Processor: Rockchip RK3188 Cotex-A9 Quad Core
Memory: 1 GB DDR3L 1600MHZ/16GB SSD
Colour: Black
Operating System: Lenovo customized Android 4.2
Price: N45,000

4. Asus EeeBook X205TA-BING-FDO24BS
Screen Size: 11.6 Inch
Processor: Intel Atom Z3735F, 1.6GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 32 GB HDD, 2GB RAM
Colour: Red
Operating System: Windows 8
Price: N48,000

5. Asus EeeBook X205TA-BING-FD015BS
Screen Size: 11.6 inches
Processor: Intel Atom Z3735F, 1.33GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 32 HDD, 2GB RAM
Colour: Dark Blue
Operating System: Windows 8
Price: N47,000

6. Asus X200MA-KX224D
Screen Size: 11.6 inches
Processor: Intel n2830 Dual Core Processor, 2.41GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 500GB, 2GB RAM
Colour: Black
Operating System: Windows 8
Price: N56,500

7. Toshiba Satellite C850-F0200
Screen Size: 11.6 inches
Processor: Intel B960 Dual Core Processor, 2.2GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 500GB, 2GB DDR3 RAM, SATA Hard Drive
Colour: Black
Operating System: Windows 8
Others: WEBCAM, Bluetooth, WLAN, HDMI, etc.
Price: N69,000

8. Lenovo IdeaPad Mini E10-30
Screen Size: 10.1 inches Touchscreen
Processor: Intel Celeron N2830 Dual Core, 2.16GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 500GB HDD, 2GB RAM
Colour: Black
Operating System: Windows 8.1
Others: WEBCAM, Bluetooth, WLAN, HDMI, etc.
Price: N69,000

9. Lenovo 250 G3
Screen Size: 15.6 inches
Processor: Intel Celeron Dual Core, 2.1GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 500GB HDD, 2GB RAM
Colour: Black
Operating System: Free DOS
Others: WEBCAM, Bluetooth, WLAN, HDMI, etc.
Price: N66,000

10. Lenovo B50-30
Screen Size: 15.6 inches
Processor: Intel Celeron, 2.16 GHz Processor Speed
Memory: 500GB HDD, 4GB RAM
Colour: Black
Operating System: Windows 8.1 with Bing
Others: WEBCAM, Bluetooth, WLAN, HDMI, etc.
Price: N62,000

From the foregoing, it is obvious that laptops are not really as cheap as many Nigerians think.

But you can get far cheaper laptops on roadsides as fairly used (secondhand laptops).

But be advised that such laptops are not trustworthy as the last user might have experienced major issues from it and decides to sell it off, thereby, transferring the worries to the next user like I mentioned earlier.  So, you only patronise them if you can face such challenges.

It is important you understand also that the laptops I discussed above are brand new with very modern configurations.

You may have reservations about my list of cheapest laptops in Nigeria, but one thing you should always consider when discussing cheapest laptops in Nigeria is the configurations of the laptops.

A laptop with 500GB HDD means a lot of memory for storing files and data unlike other new laptops which may appear cheaper but won’t have up to such memory space.

You can get most of these laptops above from www.jumia.com as a major online store which sells reliable products and you pay on delivery. Paying on delivery means you will pay when you have confirmed the product you received met your expectations.

Also, you can check out the mortar and brick store in your street but make sure your warranty and technical supports are guaranteed at such retail stores.

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