Laptop Prices in Nigeria +Specs & Guide (Updated 2020)

Deciding how much you should spend on buying a laptop can be a daunting task. Laptop prices in Nigeria vary from brands to specs. This is why you need to know a thing or two about laptops. In this article, we would be talking about the prices of laptops in Nigeria, the various types of brands and other factors or features to be considered.

Take this article as your comprehensive guide to buying a laptop in Nigeria. Before we go deep into what to look out for and the various features, it is important we list out some of the top laptop brands in Nigeria: Asus, HP, Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, Acer, Apple etc.

Current Laptop Prices in Nigeria

Best Laptop Brands in Nigeria

As mentioned earlier in the article, there are certain brands of laptops that have become household names. It is not unusual to see them anywhere and everywhere in the market. Knowing what makes each of the brands stand out is one of many steps to buying a laptop. You should know why you are getting a particular brand and what you are getting in return.

Below are some of the reviews of the top laptop brands in the Nigerian market.

Hewlett-Packard (HP)

Hewlett-Packard popularly known as HP is arguably the most owned brand of laptop in Nigeria. One thing which is sure of this brand, at least from the user testimonies, is its durability and pocket-friendly prices. In terms of performance, HP is up there with the best brands. It also has a long-lasting battery and sleek designs.

Apple

Apple, for all it’s worth, is what you think of when you consider premium laptop brands. The unmatched capabilities of Apple laptops reflect in its expensive prices. Unlike other products or brand, it is not widely used or common. The awesome design, impressive audio performance, great battery life, quality displays make it the sought after brand, especially for high net worth individuals as well as people in the tech industry. Aside from the price, which is above the regular prices for other brands, getting an Apple device is totally worth every penny spent.

Dell

Dell is up there with other popular brands like HP. In fact, it is still one of the companies that give HP run for its market share. Dell’s durability and versatility of products make it the perfect alternative for HP, if not a better choice. You can never go wrong with any Dell product which cuts across various sizes, specifications, price etc.

Lenovo

Lenovo is not as popular as HP or DELL, but it is up there as one of the most used laptop brands. Their strong, clear, sharp displays stand them out in the crowded laptop market. In comparison to HP and DELL, Lenovo is a bit cheaper and offer almost the same. It is the perfect brand if you are on a budget.

Asus

Asus is probably the least popular of all the brands listed. However, this does not take away anything from the quality of the products they have. So, if you come across an Asus laptop, know that you’ve found a good quality product. However, it is important to state that the spare parts or repair expertise are limited.

Laptop Buying Guide in Nigeria

Knowing the price of a laptop should never be the only info you are armed with when buying a laptop. Aside from the price, you should be able to tell how it works and what sets it aside from the other brands. Things like the operating system, size of the laptop, display quality, processor, memory – RAM and storage, battery life and among other things should be considered before making a purchase.

Operating system: Windows vs. Mac OS

Windows and Mac OS are two of the popular operating systems available. Apple laptops use Mac while most of the other brands run on Windows. Unlike the Mac OS which is only available to Apple users, Windows is unarguably the most popular operating system in Nigeria. Most of the computers run on Windows, hence making it easy to share files and applications as well as make repairs.

Processor

This is simply what determines how quick or fast your computer works when applications are being run. If the usage of your computer evolves around typing text, watching videos and surf the web, you don’t need a large processor. But if the tasks include coding, web development and other things, you surely need a large processor. And there are different processors like core i3, core i5 to core i7 depending on your budget.

Memory: RAM and storage drive

Almost like the processor, your RAM will determine how well your computer run. A higher RAM space will allow for more applications compared to a smaller RAM space. Also depending on your budget, there are different ranges of RAM available 4Gb, 6GB, 8GB, 12GB etc.

As for the storage drive, you can decide how much space you will need. Some of the computers come with 500GB or even 1TB. You can find 256GB as well.

Other Laptop features

Depending on your needs, you might prefer laptops with additional features such as keyboard backlight (comes with many laptops now), fingerprint detection, built-in modem, and touchscreen control. These are cool features that will make you enjoy your laptop the more.

Note, however, that using some of them will have some impact on your laptop’s battery life. For example, a laptop will last longer with its keyboard backlight turned off than when it’s turned on. So, bear stuffs like this in mind.

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