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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Budget Office/Business Laptops

Staff (translated by Andreas Osthoff), 07/08/2017

January 2018 update. Here you will find the current 10 best office/business notebooks for under 800 Euros (~$896) 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.

For the original German article, see here.

Office notebooks, cheap bargains and computers for everyday tasks: They require decent input devices, ergonomic displays 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/~$896) as of January 2018

Pos.RatingDateImageModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionScreenBest Price
188%03/2018Lenovo ThinkPad E480-20KNCTO1WWLenovo ThinkPad E480-20KNCTO1WW
Intel Core i5-8250U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
4 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
1.8 kg19.9 mm14"1920x1080matte
287%03/2018Lenovo ThinkPad E580-20KSCTO1WWLenovo ThinkPad E580-20KSCTO1WW
Intel Core i5-8250U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
1.9 kg19.95 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
387%09/2017Toshiba Portege A30-D-139Toshiba Portege A30-D-139
Intel Core i3-7100U
Intel HD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
1.5 kg18 mm13.3"1920x1080matte
486%07/2017Dell Latitude 5580Dell Latitude 5580
Intel Core i5-7300U
Intel HD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 500 GB HDD
2.2 kg23.25 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
585%03/2018
Neu!
HP ProBook 430 G5-3KX72ESHP ProBook 430 G5-3KX72ES
Intel Core i5-8250U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
16 GB Memory, 512 GB SSD
1.5 kg19,8 mm13.3"1920x1080matte
682%03/2018
Neu!
Lenovo Ideapad 720S-13ARRLenovo Ideapad 720S-13ARR
AMD Ryzen 5 2500U
AMD Radeon RX Vega 8
8 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
1.1 kg14 mm13.3"1920x1080matte
782%11/2017HP 14-bs007ngHP 14-bs007ng
Intel Core i5-7200U
Intel HD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 256 GB HDD
1.7 kg23.7 mm14"1920x1080matte
882%09/2017Lenovo V320-17IKB 81AH0002GELenovo V320-17IKB 81AH0002GE
Intel Core i5-7200U
Intel HD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2.8 kg24.9 mm17.3"1920x1080matte
981%04/2017Lenovo V510-15IKB 80WQ0002GELenovo V510-15IKB 80WQ0002GE
Intel Core i5-7200U
Intel HD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2 kg22.9 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
1080%HP 15-bs103ngHP 15-bs103ng
Intel Core i5-8250U
AMD Radeon 520
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2.1 kg23.8 mm15.6"1920x1080matte

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Editors' Comments

There are many acceptable and good office devices for under 800 Euros (~$896). The best models stem from Lenovo, HP, Fujitsu, and Acer and they cost between 450 and 800 Euros (~$504 and ~$896). All cheap models have some disadvantages, for example, poor input devices or a more flexible case. IPS panels have become increasingly common in the Budget Office Top 10. The ThinkPads E470/E570, the Lenovo V510-15IKB, and the Fujitsu LifeBook A557 are a few models with IPS technology.

1st

Workaholic with IPS FHD now : Dell Latitude 5580
Workaholic with IPS FHD now : Dell Latitude 5580
Best Value Award in August 2017: Latitude 5580 with IPS FHD
Best Value Award in August 2017: Latitude 5580 with IPS FHD

Since Dell has upgraded it with a Full HD display (IPS) and a better CPU, the Latitude 5580 (FHD, 7300U) could easily achieve the 1st place (see review). We assigned the Best Value Award in August 2017 to the balanced bundle.

The difference compared to the Latitude 5580 model we have already tested may not seem big at a first glance. But the Full HD screen in particular makes a difference and completes the package.

Previously, we had the equally designed 5580 with an HD panel under review: It impressed us with excellent stamina, and good input devices. Nevertheless, the 768p TN panel casts a dark shadow over the test model. This changes with the FHD model: Despite only average display brightness, the testers praised the panel. The PWM frequency has slightly increased, which significantly reduces eye strain. Contrast and viewing angles have improved significantly thanks to IPS technology. The color accuracy is also better.

Otherwise, the Latitude 5580 is a conventional, bulky all-round device for the desk. The 15-inch laptop focuses on core competencies such as input devices with strong feedback, including TrackPoint, a very solid chassis with low system noise and temperature, and many interfaces. The Thunderbolt 3 port is new, but it is only an option in the more expensive configurations. With it, the Dell Latitude 5580 would be even future-proof. The Wi-Fi battery life of 10:13 is tremendously long. The HD model even achieved 11:30 hours.

Its long battery life, easy maintenance, many options, Linux certification, and comfortable keyboard make it an attractive and very versatile business notebook for most office tasks.

Unfortunately, the full Turbo performance of the i5 7300U is not always available. The Lenovo E470 (i5 7200U) performs better in this respect. The performance is not higher in the Multithread tests than the i5 7200U model's. Moreover, it comes with a slow, conventional hard drive and single-channel RAM, which is usual in this price category. It gets the work done, but high performance is different. For example: Core i5-7440HQ (45 instead of 15 watts), 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB SSD. The Latitude 15 5580 (VT96Y) for 839 Euros (~$854) is equipped as such.

While the entry-level configurations are quite affordable at the first glance, they lack valuable business features such as SmartCard, Thunderbolt 3, WWAN, NFC, and a fingerprint sensor.

The variant with Full HD panel and 8 GB of RAM is priced at about 750 Euros (~$840). Such configurations are serious competitors to Lenovo's E470 and E570, which also lack Thunderbolt, SmartCard, and a fingerprint reader. At least, Dell offers these options in the expensive customer configured variant, while Lenovo’s customers have to buy T series ThinkPads instead. Dell's cheap VT96Y variant with i5-7440HQ (45 watts) is interesting.

ModelInchTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSD/etc.Price
Latitude 15 5580 (7TYG3)15.6"1366x768 TNi5-7200UHD 6204 GB500 GB HDDfrom 745 Euro

Latitude 15 5580 (2MTXV)

15.6"1920x1080 IPSi5-7300UHD 6208 GB500 GB HDDfrom 775 Euro
Latitude 15 5580(VT96Y) 15.6"1920x1080 IPSi5-7440HQHD 6308 GB256-GB-SSDfrom 839 Euro

Dell Latitude 5580 (FHD,7300U)

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Dell Latitude 5580 (HD,7200U)

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2nd

Entry-level ThinkPad - once again with IPS display
Entry-level ThinkPad - once again with IPS display

E-series ThinkPads define the entry-level business model without making too many compromises. We reviewed a ThinkPad E470 (review) with Kaby Lake i5 and GeForce 940MX (DDR3). The base model with Core i3, HD 620, SSD (256 GB), and FHD IPS panel is currently available for 570 Euros (~$638; without OS), which is really competitive for HP and Dell when you consider the features.

High-quality, good hardware and well-made: the Lenovo ThinkPad E470 is a price-performance hit with all-round qualities.

It is not just the high-resolution IPS display with wide viewing angles and high contrast that we like. The chassis quality is decent – although not as sturdy or sophisticated as ThinkPads from the T-series. One important aspect is the excellent keyboard. It is the same model we can find in the L460, but it is not entirely identical to the more expensive T-series ThinkPads. A runtime of 5:26 hours is okay, we like the Wi-Fi performance, and there is an additional TrackPoint. 

We must also consider the downsides of this model: the heavy case with few upgrade options and limited modern ports. We would have appreciated having at least one M.2 slot or a USB Type-C port.

Drawbacks? The port variety and the maintainability are not great. Still: The E470 got the Best Value Award in January 2017 for the excellent price-performance ratio.

Those who are looking for a better case quality and a perfect keyboard should consider the only marginally more expensive Latitude 5580 (1st place), which comes with a hard drive however.

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3rd

Entry-level ThinkPad: Lenovo ThinkPad E570
Entry-level ThinkPad: Lenovo ThinkPad E570

Lenovo's ThinkPad E570 is the successor to the ThinkPad E560, which had previously occupied this place of this ranking. The 15-inch system is available with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 950M, which provides more decent gaming performance than you would expect from an office laptop. The entry-level SKUs start from 679 Euros (~$760) with conventional hard drives. The Intel Core i5-7200U is the default processor for this platform, and Lenovo does not offer too many models. You will have to switch to the more expensive L-series if you want more. 

It could be interesting mainly for students and private users who want a laptop with good input devices.

As with the previous iterations, we like the quiet operation, the best input devices in this price range and the good maintenance options and the performance of the E570, which can also handle multimedia tasks. But not everything is perfect: Lenovo makes some mistakes in terms of stability and quality of the chassis. The port layout is also bad and the docking port OneLink has been eliminated (has been combined with the power supply on the E560).

Finally, we have to criticize the casing: In particular, the display housing does not convince in either build or stability.

The HP ProBook 450 G4 is less expensive and is better built in general, but you will have to live with a worse TN panel in return.

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSD/etc.Price
ThinkPad E570 (20H5006VGE)15.6"1920x1080 IPSi5-7200UGTX 950M8 GB256 GB SSDfrom 910 Euros
ThinkPad E570 (20H5006TGE)15.6"1920x1080 IPSi5-7200UHD 6208 GB256 GB SSDfrom 785 Euros
ThinkPad E570 (20H50074GE)15.6"1920x1080 IPSi5-7200UHD 6208 GB1 TB HDDfrom 635 Euros

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4th

Good display: Fujitsu LifeBook A557
Good display: Fujitsu LifeBook A557
Best Value Award in April 2017 for the LifeBook A557
Best Value Award in April 2017 for the LifeBook A557

The bulky Fujitsu LifeBook A557 (here in test) has a no-frills design and does not look really nice or elegant, but it does have some great features for a very interesting price. 

The Fujitsu LifeBook A557 also left a positive impression with its low power consumption that in turn assures a long battery life.

A runtime of almost 9 hours in the Wi-Fi test is another positive aspect for the 15-inch system, just like the functional design, the good keyboard, and the IPS display with wide viewing angles. Fujitsu can definitely keep up with the competitors Lenovo L460 and E570 in this respect. The keyboard of the Fujitsu is not quite as good, but you get a 256 GB SSD with the same great IPS panel for almost 600 Euros (~$672), and the Intel Core i5-7200U as well as 8 GB of RAM are standard. Lenovo still equips the more affordable SKUs with 4 GB. The test model also shows good Wi-Fi and SD-reader performance, which can easily keep up with high-end business machines. 

The Fujitsu LifeBook A557 offers a decent performance for small budgets. Those who do not place too much importance on the design will be happy with the Fujitsu LifeBook A557.

The Fujitsu LifeBook A557 is a worthy contender for the L & E ThinkPads. The chassis is dated and bulky, but it is more stable than the ThinkPad E570. USB Type-C and docking port are not available here either, which also goes for an illuminated keyboard. However, this is also the case for the E570/L460 (Radeon SKU) and ProBook 450 G4. The keyboard is therefore the only real advantage of the ThinkPads (E & L series), but they are more expensive. You cannot get a Lenovo laptop with an SSD for less than 600 Euros (~$672).

Attention! Fujitsu sells a variant with low-resolution HD panel for about 575 Euros (~$644)! You should avoid this version, since it presumably comes with a TN panel. You will get a significantly better keyboard and higher-end chassis, yet no SSD in the Dell Latitude 5580 for 100 Euros (~$112) more.

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSD/etc.Price
LifeBook A557 (A5570MP000DE)15.6"1920x1080 IPSi5-7200UHD 6208 GB512-GB-SSDfrom 650 Euros

LifeBook A557
(A5570MPF52DE)

15.6"1920x1080 IPSi5-7200UHD 6208 GB256-GB-SSDfrom 589 Euros

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5th

Fast and spacious SSD in the HP ProBook 430 G5
Fast and spacious SSD in the HP ProBook 430 G5

The HP ProBook 430 G5 is the smallest ProBook and visually almost identical to its larger siblings. HP has renewed the entire line-up this year and standardized the layout.

The well-made business notebook with its comfortable keyboard comes at a low price, which is acceptable given the notebook’s hardware.

The Intel Core i5-8250U CPU offers more then enough performance, and 16 GB of RAM should be plenty for the foreseeable future. The 512 GB NVMe SSD is quite generous and allows for fast and responsive workflows. The ProBook’s battery life of 7 hours wasn’t exceptional, but still slightly above average.

However, you have to be careful when it comes to the display. The more affordable units are equipped with a low-resolution HD panel. You should definitely opt for the much better IPS panel that our review unit was equipped with - it was far from perfect but much better than the HD panel.

Thanks to its low price the ProBook 430 G5 can be very interesting to students, but keep in mind that it exhibited some coil whine, the USB-C port is positioned quite awkwardly, and it only comes with a 12-month limited warranty.

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6th

Very narrow bezels on the Lenovo Ideapad 720S
Very narrow bezels on the Lenovo Ideapad 720S

The Lenovo Ideapad 720s is based on AMD’s latest Ryzen 5 2500U SoC and offers plenty of performance. Or rather would be capable of offering plenty of performance if it weren’t for the device’s poor cooling solution. The Ryzen 5 2500U is on a par with Intel’s Core i5-8250U although AMD’s APU offers a much better integrated GPU (AMD Radeon RX Vega 8). Compared with Intel’s UHD Graphics it offers a much higher 3D performance, but not enough to replace a full-fledged gaming laptop.

The Ideapad 720s suffered quite severely under sustained load due to the overburdened cooling solution. Accordingly, the Ryzen 5 2500U’s performance fell quite significantly, and at the end it wasn’t much faster than an Intel Core i7-7500U.

Battery life was quite poor, too: with just 3.5 hours in our Wi-Fi test mobility is severely limited. The Intel-equipped Lenovo Ideapad 720s offered more than 10 hours in the same test.

If you are looking for an affordable office notebook for working from home the Lenovo Ideapad 720s can be a good choice. However, keep in mind the limitations imposed upon you by the poor cooling performance.

If you definitely want the Ideapad 720s the same device can be had with an Intel CPU instead, but it shares some of the downsides with its AMD companion. Among these are poor connectivity, poor maintenance, and no dual-channel option.

ModelInchesTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSD/etc.Price
Ideapad 720S-13ARR

13,3

1.920x1.080 IPSRyzen 5 2500URadeon RX Vega 88 GB128-GB-SSDfrom $800

Ideapad 720S-13IKB

13,31.920x1.080 IPSi5-8250UUHD 6208 GB256-GB-SSDfrom $1,000

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7th

Mobile device for text editing and web browsing, but some limitations: HP 14-bs007ng
Mobile device for text editing and web browsing, but some limitations: HP 14-bs007ng

The 14-inch laptop HP 14-bs007ng (here in review) offers decent performance and even an optical drive if you need one. The display is unfortunately very dark, but it is at least not glossy and provides wide viewing angles thanks to the IPS technology. It is not the perfect device for outdoor trips though (251 nits).

Advantages include the runtime of seven hours, the 256 GB SSD, the quiet operating noise, and the low temperature development. We believe a less expensive SKU of the ThinkPad E470 (2nd place) with integrated GPU is the better choice and only retails for about 690 Euros.

The matte IPS screen manages a good contrast and wide viewing angles, but the panel is too dark.

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8th

Large Budget Office laptop: Lenovo V320-17IKB
Large Budget Office laptop: Lenovo V320-17IKB

Lenovo's V320-17IKB (see review) is a 17-inch laptop from the Value series for price-conscious customers. Undoubtedly, its Kaby Lake SoC and SSD ensure that the system runs smoothly. As is desired for office use, waste heat and system noise are also low.

The matte IPS model offers high brightness, a good contrast ratio and stable viewing angles.

The matte IPS-display, which surprises in the Value series, is praiseworthy. The test configuration, which comes standard with IPS display, cost 720 Euros (~$806) however. We did not like the lack of a keyboard light and a maintenance hatch in view of the price range.

The keyboard gave us a very good impression and is suitable for regular typing.

A battery life of five hours is alright for a 17-inch device, but it is not outstanding. While the display is above average for the price range, the poor images from the webcam are a failure.

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9th

Poor battery runtimes - still a good device for work
Poor battery runtimes - still a good device for work

With the Lenovo V510-15IKB (see review), the manufacturer has a relatively cheap work device on offer, which fails in an important aspect, despite its many advantages otherwise: Poor battery runtimes of only 3:45 hours are no longer up-to-date.

The battery runtimes are the biggest weakness of the computer.

If this is not important to you, you will get a fast, SSD-based system with a current Kaby Lake SoC from 645 Euros ($722). The V510 shares a Full HD panel with IPS technology with the L470 and E570 mentioned above. Of course, the displays are matte, but relatively dark. Buyers will find better input devices in the winner devices from Dell, Lenovo, and Fujitsu.

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10th

Mediocre input devices: Dell Vostro 15 5568
Mediocre input devices: Dell Vostro 15 5568

Dell's Vostro 15-5568 (see review) should cater to the lower office mid-range. Thanks to its Kaby Lake processor and a fast SSD, there is no need to worry about performance. Further pros are decent maintenance and a realistic battery life of about 6 hours in our real-world Wi-Fi test.

We liked the good performance, the quiet operation and the nice chassis, which does not reveal the low entry-level price. The Vostro 15 does not have to hide behind more expensive systems in terms of stability either.

The 15-inch laptop is not an excellent office device in all aspects. A weak TN display and mediocre input devices are something which we do not want to find in a device of about 700 Euros (~$784). In view of this, the Core i3 variant for 470 Euros (~$526) appears to be more adequate. In our opinion, the ThinkPad L and ThinkPad E series are better alternatives. They feature IPS displays and a dedicated docking port (L series).

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Recent Budget Office/Business Awards

Best Value Award in January 2017: Lenovo ThinkPad E470
Best Value Award in January 2017: Lenovo ThinkPad E470
Best Value Award in April 2017 for the Lifebook A557
Best Value Award in April 2017 for the Lifebook A557
Editor's Choice Award in April 2017 for the ThinkPad E570
Editor's Choice Award in April 2017 for the ThinkPad E570
Best Value Award in August 2017 for Latitude 5580 IPS FHD
Best Value Award in August 2017 for Latitude 5580 IPS FHD

Notebooks in Comparison

Measurement Results

Lenovo ThinkPad E480-20KNCTO1WWLenovo ThinkPad E580-20KSCTO1WWToshiba Portege A30-D-139Dell Latitude 5580HP ProBook 430 G5-3KX72ESLenovo Ideapad 720S-13ARRHP 14-bs007ngLenovo V320-17IKB 81AH0002GELenovo V510-15IKB 80WQ0002GEHP 15-bs103ng
Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% *
44.8 (23.6, 21.2)
48.4 (25.6, 22.8)
40 (20, 20)
43 (23, 20)
41.6 (20.4, 21.2)
36 (18, 18)
39 (20, 19)
35 (18, 17)
39 (20, 19)
44 (24, 20)
Response Time Black / White *
31.2 (17.2, 14)
37.6 (21.2, 16.4)
30 (16, 14)
33 (19, 14)
27.2 (13.6, 13.6)
26 (14, 12)
27 (17, 10)
24 (14, 10)
30 (19, 11)
22 (18, 4)
PWM Frequency
25000 (30)
22030 (99)
208 (10)
1020 (90)
20490 (99)
128000 (90)
119000 (80)
20000 (90)
Screen
Brightness middle
262
292
319
234
262
299
251
412
256
241
Brightness
245
272
296
224
253
306
229
377
252
235
Brightness Distribution
83
84
88
84
82
90
85
83
87
84
Black Level *
0.19
0.3
0.28
0.18
0.28
0.27
0.15
0.39
0.3
0.43
Contrast
1379
973
1139
1300
936
1107
1673
1056
853
560
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 *
7
5.8
4.04
5.3
5.7
4.46
4.67
5.04
5.4
13.62
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 max. *
23.6
22.4
8.09
9.09
22.4
10.51
9.4
8.84
9.36
22.81
Greyscale DeltaE2000 *
6.4
2.3
5.5
4
3.6
2.41
3.09
5.28
5.37
15.19
Gamma
2.14 112%
2.12 113%
2.4 100%
2.46 98%
2.15 112%
2.29 105%
2.44 98%
2.44 98%
2.58 93%
2.13 113%
CCT
6065 107%
6223 104%
7198 90%
6441 101%
7096 92%
6757 96%
7050 92%
6900 94%
6795 96%
17407 37%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998)
39.5
37.6
64
39
38.3
55
35
55
37
35
Color Space (Percent of sRGB)
61.9
58
98
60
60.1
83
55
84
58
55
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 calibrated *
4.8
Noise
off / environment *
29.1
29.1
30
30.6
29
30.4
30
30
30.2
30.3
Idle Minimum *
29.1
29.1
30
32.8
29
30.4
32
30.5
30.2
30.9
Idle Average *
29.1
29.1
30
32.8
29
30.4
32
30.5
30.2
30.9
Idle Maximum *
30.3
30.2
30
33.6
29
30.4
32.4
30.5
32
30.9
Load Average *
31.8
30.8
39.3
37.6
34.5
32.3
37
35
34.7
37
Load Maximum *
33.8
32.8
38.3
37.6
35.9
31.4
39.8
35.8
33.9
43.8
Heat
Maximum Upper Side *
36.7
40.4
39.2
35.4
40
37.9
34.3
37.3
34.2
39.2
Maximum Bottom *
42.8
43.7
39.5
41.8
50.3
38.2
34.2
37
33.2
37
Idle Upper Side *
23.4
21.4
28.5
29.7
24.8
26.9
27.8
28.7
28.9
25.2
Idle Bottom *
22.8
25.5
29.9
29.4
25.5
28
27.7
30.1
29.1
25.5
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle
1106
864
1008
683
759
890
H.264
431
435
200
285
454
WiFi v1.3
495
421
548
613
418
204
423
302
225
473
Load
105
96
165
134
78
100
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum *
3.5
3.4
3.2
4.3
4.5
5.3
3.1
3.8
4
3.2
Idle Average *
5.3
6.7
6.8
10.1
6.8
9
5.5
9.6
9.6
5.8
Idle Maximum *
6.1
7.7
8
11.8
8.8
12.6
6
10.4
9.7
6.3
Load Average *
30
31.1
30.4
32
36.8
37.1
29
35.4
27.7
34
Load Maximum *
42.3
42.9
28
29
46.2
26.5
33.7
34
38.4
49

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

PCMark 8
Work Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad E480-20KNCTO1WW
4849 Points ∼74%
Lenovo ThinkPad E580-20KSCTO1WW
4901 Points ∼75%
Toshiba Portege A30-D-139
4113 Points ∼63%
HP ProBook 430 G5-3KX72ES
4734 Points ∼73%
Lenovo Ideapad 720S-13ARR
3852 Points ∼59%
Lenovo V320-17IKB 81AH0002GE
4706 Points ∼72%
HP 15-bs103ng
5030 Points ∼77%
Home Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad E480-20KNCTO1WW
3574 Points ∼60%
Lenovo ThinkPad E580-20KSCTO1WW
3729 Points ∼62%
Toshiba Portege A30-D-139
3247 Points ∼54%
Dell Latitude 5580
3300 Points ∼55%
HP ProBook 430 G5-3KX72ES
3792 Points ∼63%
Lenovo Ideapad 720S-13ARR
3168 Points ∼53%
HP 14-bs007ng
3542 Points ∼59%
Lenovo V320-17IKB 81AH0002GE
3820 Points ∼64%
Lenovo V510-15IKB 80WQ0002GE
3692 Points ∼62%
HP 15-bs103ng
3622 Points ∼61%
3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad E480-20KNCTO1WW
1591 Points ∼5%
Lenovo ThinkPad E580-20KSCTO1WW
1776 Points ∼6%
Toshiba Portege A30-D-139
1478 Points ∼5%
Dell Latitude 5580
1540 Points ∼5%
HP ProBook 430 G5-3KX72ES
1861 Points ∼6%
Lenovo Ideapad 720S-13ARR
1768 Points ∼6%
HP 14-bs007ng
1548 Points ∼5%
Lenovo V320-17IKB 81AH0002GE
1703 Points ∼6%
Lenovo V510-15IKB 80WQ0002GE
1653 Points ∼6%
HP 15-bs103ng
2055 Points ∼7%
3DMark - 1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Graphics (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad E480-20KNCTO1WW
7231 Points ∼4%
Lenovo ThinkPad E580-20KSCTO1WW
7532 Points ∼4%
Toshiba Portege A30-D-139
6989 Points ∼4%
HP ProBook 430 G5-3KX72ES
9235 Points ∼5%
Lenovo Ideapad 720S-13ARR
7309 Points ∼4%
Lenovo V320-17IKB 81AH0002GE
8482 Points ∼5%
HP 15-bs103ng
6156 Points ∼3%
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