Obviously, practically any gaming laptop is suitable for teleworking, although it is true that sometimes its weight and aesthetics do not come too well to carry it from one place to another. In any case, that investment of more than a gaming laptop with dedicated graphics can save you if you want, because there are also cheaper alternatives ideal for teleworking that do not have integrated graphics, ideal if you want to spend the minimum to have a good performance but you don’t intend to play with the team.
ASUS TUF Gaming A15
This Asus gaming laptop has a 25% discount, so you would save 301 euros on your purchase if you decide to go for this model. It is a whole gaming team equipped with a processor AMD Ryzen 7 4800H with no less than 8 physical cores and 16 processing threads thanks to AMD’s SMT technology and operating at a base speed of 2.9 GHz and reaching 4.2 GHz in Turbo mode, all with a TDP of just 45 watts.
This AMD processor is paired with 16GB of DDR4 RAM and 1TB of NVMe SSD storage for the best storage performance and memory capacity to spare to power any modern software and game. In addition to this, it has a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti graphics card with 4 GB of VRAM, a graphics that will allow you to play whatever you want on its 15.6-inch screen and Full HD resolution.
The laptop has a modern design with a backlit keyboard, and has the best connectivity as it incorporates three USB 3.1 Type-A connectors, a USB-C 3.1, headphone and microphone combo output, HDMI output and of course RJ-45 connector Gigabit for the best network connection.
By the way, this laptop comes without an operating system so you will have to purchase and install the one you want on your own.
Medion Akoya S15449
This equipment is much simpler and we say that it is one of those ideal laptops for teleworking because it is quite inexpensive but has excellent performance, although it lacks dedicated graphics. It has a 13% discount and you save 80 euros on your purchase if you decide to do so.
In this case, the equipment carries a SuperFin processor at 10 nm Intel Core i5-1135G7 with 4 cores and 8 processing threads thanks to the brand’s HyperThreading technology, operating at a base speed of 2.4 GHz and reaching 4.2 GHz in maximum Turbo frequency, all with a TDP of 28 watts ( so it will heat up quite a bit, all is said). Incorporates next-generation integrated graphics Intel Iris Xe Graphics supporting 4K video output and operating at 1.30 GHz.
Accompanying this processor we find 8 GB of DDR4 RAM and a 512 GB NVMe SSD, as you can see smaller capacities than the previous model but it must be borne in mind that, obviously, the laptop is also much cheaper. Its screen by the way is also 15.6 inches with Full HD resolution.
Finally, to highlight its connectivity with four USB 3.1 ports (one of them USB-C) card reader, headphone output and HDMI output, and what it does not have is an RJ-45 connector but in return it is much thinner than the previous one. . Like the Asus one, this laptop does not have a factory installed operating system and you will have to purchase and install it yourself.