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AVITA laptop in Nepal with price and specification

3rd December 2021
"Here is the list of Avita laptops available in Nepal along with their key specifications, price, and features"

Avita is a Honk Kong-based firm owned and operated by NEXSTGO. Avita’s offerings include smart home and IoT devices in addition to laptops. Avita has officially entered Nepal with 3 laptops—with plans to bring more devices in the future.

Here is the list of Avita laptops available in Nepal along with their key specifications, price, and features:

Avita Magus 2-in-1 Laptop

If you’re a school-level student looking for an inexpensive tablet/laptop to get you through online classes and such, Avita Magus 11.6 could be the perfect device for you.

It is a 2-in-1 Windows laptop with a detachable keyboard. Avita has also included a built-in kickstand to use the device in tablet mode.

For the display, It has an 11.6-inch FHD IPS LCD touch display. The device comes with Windows 10 and is equipped with an Intel Celeron N4020 processor.

For the memory, it comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB EMMC storage.

Avita Magus 2-in-1 Specifications:

  • Display: 11.6″ touch-enabled LCD screen
  • Resolution: FHD (1920 x 1080 pixels), 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Keyboard: Full-size (Detachable)
  • Processor: Intel Celeron N4000
  • Graphics: Intel UHD (integrated)
  • Memory: 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC storage
  • Webcam: Yes
  • Battery: Up to 8 hours
  • Price: Rs. 35,000

Avita Essential 14

The Essential 14 is another entry-level laptop with an affordable price tag. The first thing you’ll notice about this laptop is its unique fabric-infused design. Similarly, the webcam here is placed just above the keyboard. Thus, the bezels on the three sides are extremely slim.

For display, it has a 14-inch FHD Anti-glare screen with narrow bezels. Powering the laptop is a dual-core Intel Celeron N4020 paired with 4GB RAM and 256GB SSD.

Avita Essential 14 Specifications:

  • Display: 14″ IPS-level panel
  • Resolution: FHD (1920 x 1080), 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Keyboard: Full-size, Backlit
  • Processor: Gen Intel Celeron N4020
  • Graphics: Intel UHD (integrated)
  • Memory: 4GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD
  • Webcam: Yes (2MP)
  • Battery: 4830mAh cell
  • Ports: 2x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1x Micro SD card slot, 1x audio jack, 1 x Full size HDMI
  • Price: Rs. 47,000

Avita Liber V14

The Avita Liber V14 is the most premium of the bunch. It sports a metal chassis and you can choose between 10 colors. Yep, 10 color options.

Powering the laptop is Intel’s 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10210U CPU. Adding 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD to the mix, Liber V14 is a fairly capable laptop.

For display, it has a 14-inch FHD IPS LCD, with a USB Type-C port with PD 2.0 charging and Display out.

Other I/O options include two USB-A, one headphone jack, one HDMI Type D, and one Micro SD card slot.

The laptop is powered by an Intel Core i5-10210U processor. It is paired with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage.

Avita Liber V14 Specifications:

  • Display: 14″ IPS-level anti-glare panel
  • Resolution: FHD (1920 x 1080), 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Keyboard: Full-size, Backlit
  • Processor: 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10210U CPU
  • Graphics: Intel UHD (integrated)
  • Memory: 8GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB SSD
  • Webcam: Yes
  • Ports: 1x USB 3.0 Type-C (PD charging, Display out), 2x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1x audio jack, 1x Micro HDMI Type D
  • Battery: 4830mAh cell, Up to 10 hours
  • Price: Rs. 93,000

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Different types of Laptop | REVIEWS

17th February 2021
"These are the regular types of laptops!"

As a general definition, the terms notebook and laptop appear to be used interchangeably. Although, while they're not necessarily mutually exclusive, you can split them down into smaller sub-categories.

For example, a convertible (2-in-1) that functions as both a laptop and a tablet may also be an ultra-lightweight one. Also, if you add a keyboard, several gadgets that are built as tablets will also act as laptops. For this, some are specially built.



  • A full-sized laptop that strikes a balance between portability and versatility is the general term.

  • In total size and specification, these may differ significantly: processing power, storage space, memory (RAM), and screen size.

  • They range in price from low-cost budget versions to efficiency and gaming models with high performance.

  • Price range: 200$-1500$


  • Small, compact, handheld laptops are also identified as ultra-portable (also sometimes called a sub-notebook).

  • Maintaining a super-slim profile suggests that certain functions, such as wider link ports, have to be phased out and the number of connection ports limited. The smallest versions are about a kilogram in weight.

  • Price range: 500$-above


  • For a while, these tiny laptops were very popular because they were relatively inexpensive, but the trade-off was that they were often slow and the cost reduction was seen in several ways, particularly in low RAM, CPU speed, and storage. 

  • They used the low-powered Intel Atom processor from Intel and were mostly equipped for computation connected to the internet (hence the name "netbook").

  • You'll find more-capable substitutes in tablets, Ultrabooks, and ultraportables these days, particularly Chromebooks.

  • Price range: $200–$600


  • Chromebooks run the operating system ChromeOS (which is based on Linux). These are specifically intended to work with web applications and data stored in the cloud rather than on the laptop itself. Mods from the Chrome Web Store need to be downloaded. 

  • Current Chromebook models can run Android applications as well.

  • In some colleges and even corporate groups, Chromebooks are common when many cheaper versions are available and their limited setup provides simplified centralized administration and security.

  • Price range: $200–$500


  • Apple's computers come in two families: the ultra-thin13-inch MacBook Air and the and 16-inch high-performance MacBook Pro. They all run the operating system for macOS.

  • Intel's software has been discarded by the new releases and is instead running on Apple's own M1 chipset, which incorporates it on a single chip. 

  • This allows Apple full leverage over close hardware and software integration, which has resulted in substantial improvements in speed and battery life.

  • Price range: $899-$1500

Convertible 2 in 1

  • These incorporate the attributes of a smartphone and a laptop. 

  • They're also known as hybrids.

  • They can switch between touchscreen tablet mode and conventional keyboard mode easily, transforming mechanics such as detaching, slipping, twisting, and fold-back in a number of ways. 

  • The fold-back approach is now used for most models, though a few do have detachable displays.

  • Price range: $200-$1500

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AVITA officially launched in Nepal

1st December 2021
"AVITA has further extended the business with its lifestyle tech brand to the Nepal market at Hyatt Place, Kathmandu on November 30, 2021."

Avita is a Honk Kong-based firm owned and operated by NEXSTGO. After successful expansion into countries such as the USA, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, The Philippines, Malaysia, and India, AVITA has further extended the business with its lifestyle tech brand to the Nepal market.

The announcement was made by Seema Bhatnagar, Regional Business Director with the presence of Akash Golchha and Jayant Agrawal at Hyatt Place, Kathmandu on November 30, 2021.

AVITA has introduced a premium, intelligently-crafted range of laptops with vibrant colors and features designed specifically to thrive in the Nepal market.

The brand’s lightweight, ultra-portable laptops bring uniqueness to the market and impress the young customer segment.

The brand will excite the Nepal market with its laptop series, namely Magus 2-in-1 and Celeron and I5 series. Only three models are available in Nepal right now.

Two additional models — Avita Pura E and Avita Admirer, though, are expected to be released soon.

All the AVITA products come with 2 years of on-site warranty, while Magus 2-in1 possesses a 2-year carry-in warranty.

Alex Chung, CEO, and co-founder of NEXSTGO Company Ltd shared his thoughts and said “We are excited to step our foot into the land of Himalayas finally. We aim to expand our business in the South Asian market. With this, we also plan to leave a global footprint in the hearts of our consumers."

Speaking at the launch, Seema Bhatnagar, Regional Business Director said, “We are delighted to bring our new range of laptops to the table and offer something unique to the Nepal tech users. We plan on trending ahead with our exclusive range that creates a raging demand amongst the customers.

As an international tech brand, we look forward to becoming the top choice for laptop buyers across the country and expanding our footprint while serving the customers to the best of our abilities.”

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