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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Budget Office/Business Notebooks

Staff, 11/13/2016

November 2016 update. Here you will find the current 10 best office/business notebooks for under 800 Euros (~$877) reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchase decisions.

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Office notebooks, cheap bargains and computers for everyday tasks: They require decent input devices, an ergonomic display and connectivity that should allow the user to easily connect to the home or workplace environment.

The following table shows an overview of the Top 10 budget office laptops reviewed by Notebookcheck in the previous 10 months. If ratings are equal, the latest review is listed first. The table can be sorted by clicking its headers and filtered by entering text in the text field above it (e.g. "matte").

Top 10 Budget Office Notebooks (<800 Euros) as of November 2016

Pos.RatingDateImageModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionScreenBest Price
185%03/2016Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400
Intel Core i7-6500U
AMD Radeon R5 M330
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.9 kg24.3 mm14"1920x1080matte
285%12/2015Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000
Intel Core i5-6200U
AMD Radeon R7 M360
8 GB Memory, 192 GB SSD
1.8 kg24 mm14"1920x1080matte
384%08/2016HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ETHP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ET
Intel Core i5-6200U
Intel HD Graphics 520
4 GB Memory, 500 GB HDD
2.3 kg27.4 mm15.6"1366x768matte
484%12/2015Lenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000Lenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000
Intel Core i7-6500U
AMD Radeon R7 M370
8 GB Memory, 192 GB SSD
2.4 kg27.1 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
582%11/2016
New!
Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452
Intel Core i5-6200U
Intel HD Graphics 520
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2.1 kg30.4 mm14"1920x1080matte
682%12/2015HP ProBook 450 G3HP ProBook 450 G3
Intel Core i5-6200U
Intel HD Graphics 520
4 GB Memory, 500 GB HDD
2.1 kg24.8 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
781%12/2015HP ProBook 440 G3HP ProBook 440 G3
Intel Core i5-6200U
Intel HD Graphics 520
4 GB Memory, 500 GB HDD
1.7 kg21 mm14.0"1920x1080matte
881%11/2015HP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ESHP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ES
Intel Core i5-6200U
Intel HD Graphics 520
4 GB Memory, 500 GB HDD
1.5 kg21 mm13.3"1366x768matte
979%07/2016Dell Latitude 15-3570Dell Latitude 15-3570
Intel Core i5-6200U
Intel HD Graphics 520
8 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
2.1 kg23.25 mm15.6"1366x768matte
1079%Medion Akoya S4219Medion Akoya S4219
Intel Pentium N3700
Intel HD Graphics (Braswell)
4 GB Memory, 128 GB eMMC
1.6 kg20.5 mm14"1920x1080matte

Editors' Comments

There are many acceptable and good office devices for under 800 Euros (~$877). The best models stem from Lenovo and HP and cost between 600 and 900 Euros (~$658 and ~$987). Anything cheaper than these will have even more disadvantages, for example worse input devices or a more flexible case. IPS panels are rare in the Budget Office Top 10. Currently, the ThinkPad L460 and the Medion Akoya S4219 are exceptions.

1st

Office master with IPS: Lenovo ThinkPad L460
Office master with IPS: Lenovo ThinkPad L460
Editor's Choice in April 2016 for the Lenovo ThinkPad L460
Editor's Choice in April 2016 for the Lenovo ThinkPad L460

Together with the very similar E460 (2nd place), the Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400 (see review) sets new standards in our Budget Office charts. At just under 800 Euros (~$877), or slightly above, the 14-inch device definitely does not fit into everybody's budget. However, the components which Lenovo has combined are worth the price. First of all, the laptop comes with a matte IPS display with wide viewing angles and high contrast. This is new in this price class, especially since the Full HD model of the E460 sibling also offers IPS and only costs about 700 Euros (~$767).

The L460 has inherited the excellent keyboard from the more expensive T series ThinkPads. Not even HP ProBooks come up with a similar quality (no dual pointing with the TrackPoint). The battery life of about seven hours and the SSD, which are becoming more and more common in mid-priced devices, are nothing to sneeze at. We had the variant with Core i7-6500U and AMD Radeon R5 M330 under review, which, however, is only very rarely offered in the German market. The following table lists the common three variants.

The new Skylake processor provides a plus in computing power. At the same time, Lenovo manages to increase the battery life significantly.

Unfortunately, the matte display is quite dark (225 cd/m²). Thus, it is only barely suitable for outdoor use. The test model's fan generated a quiet high-frequency noise and the tester was also not satisfied with the fan control. Nevertheless, the ThinkPad L460 is the best office notebook in the price range up to 800 Euros (~$877) with a big margin against the competitors. Those who are budget-conscious will take a look at the following 460.

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSD/etc.Price
ThinkPad L460 (20FU001QGE)14"1920x1080 IPSi5-6200UHD 5208 GB256GB SSD / LTEfrom €970
ThinkPad L460 ((20FU001JGE)14"1920x1080 IPS5-6200UHD 5204 GB500GB SSHDfrom €770
ThinkPad L460 ((20FU001LGE)14"1920x1080 IPSi5-6200UHD 5204 GB192GB SSDfrom €795

2nd

Entry-level model into the ThinkPad series - now with IPS-TFT
Entry-level model into the ThinkPad series - now with IPS-TFT
Best Value Award in October 2016
Best Value Award in October 2016

The E series ThinkPads define the entry into the class without making too many compromises as the total rating proves. We had a ThinkPad E460 (see review) with Core i5 and Radeon R7 M360 in review. Currently, the model with i5, HD 520, SSD (192 GB) and Full HD IPS display only costs about 700 Euros, which is a challenge for HP and Dell in view of the features.

Not often has an affordable office laptop convinced us like Lenovo's new ThinkPad E460: The buyer not only gets a solid work device with superb input devices but also a potent all-rounder with all kinds of hidden qualities for a bit over 700 Euros (~$743).

However, we did not only like the viewing-angle-stable, contrast-rich and high-resolution IPS display. The case quality is decent; even if not that high-end and stable as in the T series ThinkPads. The excellent keyboard is important. It is the same as in the L460 and in the expensive upper class ThinkPads.

However, there are also disadvantages: The modest display brightness makes the E460 unsuitable for extended walks in the sunshine. The upgradeability is limited and the battery can no longer be removed from the outside, but is screwed inside (yet replaceable). Nevertheless, we assigned it the Best Value Award in October for its excellent price performance ratio.

3rd

Fail with an HD panel: HP ProBook 650 G2
Fail with an HD panel: HP ProBook 650 G2

With the 15-inch HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ET (see review), we had the base model with TN panel and HD resolution under review. Full HD is an option buy not for under 800 Euros (~$877) yet. The display of our 700-Euro (~$767) test model is indeed its biggest disadvantage. Brightness, colors, viewing-angle stability and brightness reduction method (PWM @200 MHz) are subpar. Thus, the tester recommends the Full HD version, which should be combined with an SSD for better performance. We have requested this variant for a test update.

HP's ProBook 650 G2 convinces with solid system performance. The impression is literally marred by the below-average screen quality that simply has no place in this price range.

Otherwise, the 650 G2 is a balanced product for professional use with very many advantages: good battery life of just under seven hours combined with a relatively stable chassis and many security features. The docking port from HP, no performance throttling, and low temperatures are standard in this category. The M.2 interface (PCIe, 2280) on the motherboard is an interesting feature. It is free in several variants and can be used to add an SSD. These are the most important variants of the HP ProBook 650 G2:

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSD/etc.Price
HP ProBook 650 G2 (T4J10EA#ABD)15.61.920x1.080 TNi5-6200UHD 5208 GB128GB SSDfrom 1.050 Euros
HP ProBook 650 G2 (V1A44ET#ABD)15.61.920x1.080 TNi5-6200UHD 5208 GB256GB SSDfrom 1.050 Euros
HP ProBook 650 G2 (T9X61ET#ABD)15.61.366x768 TNi5-6200UHD 5204 GB500GB HDD, M.2 frei, LTEfrom 900 Euros
HP ProBook 650 G2 (T4J10ET#ABD)15.61.920x1.080 TNi5-6200UHD 5208 GB128GB SSD, M.2 freifrom 877 Euros
HP ProBook 650 G2 (T4J06ET#ABD)15.61.366x768 TNi5-6200UHD 5204 GB500GB HDD, M.2 freifrom 750 Euros
Discussion

4th

Lenovo ThinkPad E560: IPS models are also available for significantly below 800 Euros (~$877).
Lenovo ThinkPad E560: IPS models are also available for significantly below 800 Euros (~$877).

Lenovo's ThinkPad E560 (see review) is a solid 15-inch device for work, which is gaming capable to some extent thanks to the Radeon R7 M370 and is a pleasure to the eye thanks to the IPS display with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. There are many configurations of this device. The model with Radeon R7 M370 costs just over 800 Euros (~$877). However, the many variants with iGPU and Core i3 or Core i5, HDD/SSD are significantly cheaper. In addition, we reviewed the cheap model with HD display (no IPS), Core i3 and HDD. Due to the poorer display, its rating is significantly lower. Here is the review of the low-cost model of the ThinkPad E560 20EV000MGE, which achieved a rating of 83%.

You cannot make a mistake when you buy the ThinkPad E560 – but you should carefully consider if you need the Core i7 processor and Radeon GPU.

Regardless of the variant, all E560 models share a good price-performance ratio. With decent case quality, excellent keyboard, and low system noise, they meet important aspects. Those who opt for a model with a viewing-angle stable, contrast-rich and high-resolution IPS display will hardly miss anything. Optional docking solutions are available for a ThinkPad of the E series. They can be connected to the native docking port on the underside. The HP ProBook 650 G2 can keep up with its rivals. Despite poor display (HD, TN) its rating is higher than the ThinkPad E560's.

5th

Work device with Full HD: Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452
Work device with Full HD: Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452

A newcomer on place 5 and a surprising one, too: As you might know, the 14-inch Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452 (see review) belongs to the entry-level TravelMates (P2 series). You can see from the first glance that the chassis is from an aluminum plastic combination. It appears solid enough for everyday tasks. Acer has put much effort on the hardware. It includes a fast SSD as well as a matte Full HD display. Unfortunately, the latter is not an IPS-type and relatively dark. However, the TravelMate P249-M can convince us with a Core i5 6200U, a maintenance hatch, a keyboard light, an almost silent system noise, a good keyboard, and long battery runtimes. If you require a better TFT, you have to buy the TravelMate P6 series, which comes with IPS panels.

The battery life and input devices are also good. The manufacturer rounds off the package with a three-year warranty. We can only criticize the screen as Acer has chosen a TN panel, which offers decent contrast, but poor viewing angles and brightness.

We had a high-end model with FHD display and a 256 GB SSD and the low-cost model P249-M-3895 (Core i3, HD resolution) under review. The entry-level model for 550 Euros also comes with a dark, low-contrast display with narrow viewing angles.

6th

Office vanguard with weaknesses: HP ProBook 450 G3
Office vanguard with weaknesses: HP ProBook 450 G3

The ProBook 450 G3 with a matte display, good input devices and a stable case is suitable for everyday use and does not have any serious flaws. For a price ranging between 640 to 765 Euros (~$702 to ~$839), demanding laptop buyers do not get a real docking port as in the 6xx series ProBooks, but the maintainability is good (RAM, HDD, WLAN, free M.2 slot). By being equipped with an Intel Core i5-5600U (Broadwell) and an integrated graphics card, it has sufficient performance for smooth operation. Despite its hard drive, it can outperform the 450 G2 predecessor (SSD model 450) in the total rating, since the keyboard is better (concave keys now). In addition, the PCMark scores are somewhat better than the SSD model's.

However, the energy consumption has not decreased and unfortunately the Wi-Fi battery runtime is shorter. The display is still a problem, since the matte TN display brings poor viewing angles, dull colors and a low brightness. Several consumer devices with IPS displays and certainly the ThinkPads L460/E560/E460 perform better at this price range. However, in view of the low price (the 450 G3 is already available from 450 Euros (~$493) depending on the configuration) the display is suitable and not a fail as in the expensive ProBook 650 G2.

7th

Entry into the business world: ProBook 440 G3
Entry into the business world: ProBook 440 G3

Things are shaping up well for HP. Office fans can purchase an HP notebook almost without hesitation. The Skylake generation of HP's ProBook business entry-level devices were broadly convincing in our reviews. The ProBook 440 G3 (see review) is a handy 14-inch device. You will even get a matte Full HD display for 620 Euros (~$680) here. Unfortunately, it is a low-contrast TN panel with poor color precision and only sufficient brightness. Another minor flaw is the battery life of only five hours. The input devices feel spongy to the touch and the keyboard features a two-level backlight. Our tester found the touchpad to be responsive but complained about poor sensitivity along the edges.

As with its 15 and 13-inch siblings, the build quality is appropriate and solid. The basic business features including software solutions, TPM, Kensington lock, and fingerprint reader are nothing to sneeze at. The Lenovo ThinkPad E450 and E460 with fast SSD storage and dedicated graphics card are alternatives, but they cost at least 150 Euros (~$164) more or are not available in Germany. Those who want to please their eyes might consider the Dell Latitude 3450 with its high-end IPS panel, which, however, costs 900 Euros (~$987). The ProBook 640 G2 sibling (costs significantly more, 1000 Euros, ~$1097) features Full HD but also only offers a TN panel.

8th

Poor display: ProBook 430 G3 with HD TN panel
Poor display: ProBook 430 G3 with HD TN panel

We also reviewed the smaller ProBook 430 G3 (see review) sibling. Despite a simple configuration without SSD and a 1366x768 pixels TN display, it is sufficient for a fairly good rating of 81% - only a few other office devices can manage this. The ProBook 430 G3 is one of the entry-level devices in the mid-priced office segment. You have to accept several flaws compared with the full-grown ProBooks including HD resolution, missing docking port and a budget display. So far, a variant with SSD is not available. Quality casing, good battery runtimes and the new Skylake Core i5 turn the 13-inch device into an office subnotebook suitable for work. In addition, there is a maintenance hatch and a free M.2 slot. Once again, the biggest weakness is the dark, low-contrast display. This is no longer state-of-the-art in this price range.

9th

Dell Latitude 15-3570: the smallest and cheapest business Latitude
Dell Latitude 15-3570: the smallest and cheapest business Latitude

The Latitude 15-3570 (see review) is Dell's attack on cheap HP ProBooks or ThinkPads of the E series. Although you will get an SSD for 630 Euros (~$691), the display has to do with HD resolution and TN technology. There are many variants to choose from. The input devices are good yet not on par with the ThinkPads or the Latitude 5000 or 7000 models. In addition, the 15-inch device always remains cool. If the price is ok (discount offers), the Latitude 15-3570 can pay off. Otherwise, we would recommend a ProBook 450 because of its better input devices or a ThinkPad E560 because of its (optional) IPS panel.

10th

Rare: low price, high resolution - Medion Akoya S4219
Rare: low price, high resolution - Medion Akoya S4219

The Medion Akoya S4219 (see review) is quite unusual: The 14-inch Windows 10 laptop delivers a matte IPS display with Full HD resolution for just 370 Euros (~$406). But be aware that configurations vary between 32, 64, and 128 GB eMMC. We have reviewed the 128 GB variant for 370 Euros (~$406). It's great that the S4219 can be easily expanded with a 2.5-inch SATA hard drive or SSD. Unfortunately, the battery life is not appealing: 5:18 h in our Wi-Fi test is too short. An Acer Cloudbook 14 (not in the top list) easily manages 10 hours, though it uses a lower-resolution HD display.

The performance of the SoC is alright for the price, but it is significantly slower than a Core i3. Unfortunately, we had to dock points from the Medion as it uses PWM for brightness control and the display even shows signs of flickering on its maximum brightness setting. Users sensitive to onscreen flickering should avoid the S4219.

Recent Budget Office/Business Awards

Best Value Award in November 2015: HP 350 G2
Best Value Award in November 2015: HP 350 G2
Editor's Choice in April 2016: Lenovo ThinkPad L460
Editor's Choice in April 2016: Lenovo ThinkPad L460
Best Value Award in December 2015: Lenovo ThinkPad E560 (i7, FHD)
Best Value Award in December 2015: Lenovo ThinkPad E560 (i7, FHD)
Best Value Award in June 2016: Acer Aspire One Cloudbook 14
Best Value Award in June 2016: Acer Aspire One Cloudbook 14

Notebooks in Comparison

Measurement Results

Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ETLenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452HP ProBook 450 G3HP ProBook 440 G3HP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ESDell Latitude 15-3570Medion Akoya S4219
Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% *
44.4
40
40.4
38.4
44
41.2
46
54.4
37
33
Response Time Black / White *
29.6
23.2
32
22.4
16
28
27.6
32.8
37
17
PWM Frequency
200
50
192
50
Screen
Brightness
225
221
223
234
238
214
215
205
211
211
Brightness Distribution
83
88
85
83
87
91
84
90
88
65
Black Level *
0.24
0.3
0.61
0.27
0.41
0.43
0.5
0.71
0.62
0.2
Contrast
1021
777
405
952
607
491
492
299
326
1080
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 *
6.89
4.43
8.8
7.16
9.09
9.25
8.6
12.06
12.35
3.7
Greyscale DeltaE2000 *
6.45
3.78
10.13
6.28
9.92
9.83
9.36
13.41
13.46
2.67
Gamma
2.46 98%
2.31 104%
2.34 103%
2.44 98%
2.42 99%
2.82 85%
2.39 100%
2.41 100%
2.44 98%
2.65 91%
CCT
6857 95%
7171 91%
12581 52%
6806 96%
11177 58%
10890 60%
11226 58%
15382 42%
15217 43%
6418 101%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998)
40.1
37.3
39.6
36.6
36.5
36.4
37.8
34.3
39
55
Color Space (Percent of sRGB)
61.8
58.7
62.2
57.3
56.7
57.3
59.1
54.2
61
85
Noise
Idle Minimum *
29.2
29
30.9
29.2
31.8
29.7
29.7
29.8
31
33.5
Idle Average *
29.2
29
30.9
29.2
31.8
29.7
29.7
29.8
31
33.5
Idle Maximum *
29.2
29
31.3
29.2
31.8
29.7
29.7
30.9
31
33.5
Load Average *
32.5
33.1
33.8
33.6
35.7
33.1
32.7
33.3
34.2
37.3
Load Maximum *
37.2
35.6
36.7
35.5
36
34.2
35.1
37.4
34.3
37.3
Heat
Maximum Upper Side *
40.8
47.8
37.4
45
34.8
40.2
41.4
42.1
36.1
34.5
Maximum Bottom *
51.9
48.3
38.3
39.8
42.8
42
50.2
44.1
47
31.9
Idle Upper Side *
25.2
28.6
30.1
26.1
24.6
32.5
34
31.1
31.7
28.4
Idle Bottom *
27.6
30.6
31.1
27.7
27.8
31
33.3
32.9
32.9
29.1
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle
1153
736
690
884
791
575
537
449
1024
Load
97
112
163
104
87
90
101
118
157
WiFi
WiFi v1.3
425
292
408
342
400
309
293
377
542
318
H.264
431
425
382
413
361
337
321
337
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum *
3.1
4.1
4.6
4.2
3.8
4.9
5.2
4.7
4.9
4.3
Idle Average *
6.3
8
6.8
7.5
7.6
8.2
8.2
7.2
7.2
7.6
Idle Maximum *
7.9
8.9
7.5
8.2
8
9
9
8.3
7.5
8.3
Load Average *
29.5
39.3
26.3
49.6
30.5
30.1
28.8
26.4
25.4
17.6
Load Maximum *
57.3
52.2
35.1
65.8
32.5
36.1
34
32
28
17.2

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

PCMark 7 - Score (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400
4911 Points ∼61%
Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000
4852 Points ∼60%
HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ET
2988 Points ∼37%
Lenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000
5102 Points ∼63%
Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452
4603 Points ∼57%
HP ProBook 450 G3
3075 Points ∼38%
HP ProBook 440 G3
3022 Points ∼38%
HP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ES
2984 Points ∼37%
PCMark 8
Work Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400
4591 Points ∼75%
Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000
4415 Points ∼72%
HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ET
4191 Points ∼68%
Lenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000
4650 Points ∼76%
Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452
4463 Points ∼73%
HP ProBook 450 G3
3901 Points ∼64%
HP ProBook 440 G3
3840 Points ∼63%
HP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ES
4106 Points ∼67%
Dell Latitude 15-3570
4477 Points ∼73%
Home Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400
3092 Points ∼55%
Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000
3415 Points ∼60%
HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ET
3229 Points ∼57%
Lenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000
3595 Points ∼63%
Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452
3472 Points ∼61%
HP ProBook 450 G3
2910 Points ∼51%
HP ProBook 440 G3
2871 Points ∼51%
HP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ES
3043 Points ∼54%
Dell Latitude 15-3570
3337 Points ∼59%
Medion Akoya S4219
1645 Points ∼29%
3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400
1869 Points ∼7%
Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000
2091 Points ∼8%
HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ET
1414 Points ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000
2689 Points ∼11%
Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452
1503 Points ∼6%
HP ProBook 450 G3
1260 Points ∼5%
HP ProBook 440 G3
1238 Points ∼5%
HP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ES
1222 Points ∼5%
Dell Latitude 15-3570
1363 Points ∼5%
Medion Akoya S4219
518 Points ∼2%
3DMark - 1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Graphics (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad L460-20FVS01400
5210 Points ∼3%
Lenovo ThinkPad E460-20EUS00000
5330 Points ∼3%
HP ProBook 650 G2-T9X61ET
6199 Points ∼4%
Lenovo ThinkPad E560-20EWS00000
10288 Points ∼6%
Acer TravelMate P249-M-5452
6924 Points ∼4%
HP ProBook 450 G3
5800 Points ∼4%
HP ProBook 440 G3
5600 Points ∼3%
HP ProBook 430 G3 P5T00ES
5963 Points ∼4%
Dell Latitude 15-3570
5909 Points ∼4%
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