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Best Laptops price in Nepal from Aliteq, Business Laptops, Ultrabooks, Gaming, Workstation. Various Laptop Brands are available

  • Dell Laptop Price in Nepal: Dell Latitude, Dell Inspiron, Dell Alienware Gaming Laptop, Dell Vostro Series, Dell business laptop
  • MSI Laptop Price in Nepal: MSI GF Series, GL Series, GP series, GE series, Summit Series, Modern Series, Prestige Series
  • Asus Laptop Price in Nepal: Vivobook Series, Zenbook Series, ROG Series, Tuf Gaming Series, Zephyrus Series
  • other brands like HP, Lenovo, Acer, Huawei, Apple Mac & many more.

What should you look for when buying a new laptop?

There are certain things you can look out for when buying a new laptop in 2022 that can ensure you get the best laptop for your need.

Make sure you take a look at the specifications of a laptop before buying. First of all, is the processor. This is essentially the brain of the laptop, and a laptop will usually have a processor (a.k.a. CPU) made by either Intel or AMD.

RAM (Random Access Memory) is another important specification to look for in a laptop. You’ll want 8GB at the very least for a Windows 10 laptop but if your laptop is for video editing or gaming or other heavy workloads definitely need 16GB at least.

When it comes to graphics, you don’t need to worry too much, as laptop processors come with built-in (integrated) graphics. However, if you want to play PC games on your laptop, then you’ll want a gaming laptop with a discrete GPU – either from Nvidia or AMD.

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Which type of laptop is best for you?

General laptops: Where the best cheap laptops are found, devices that focus more on practicality than style, portability, or power. That’s not to say they can’t be fast, but you’ll typically find a non-Ultrabook clamshell laptop with an HD screen and spinning drive-based storage.

Ultrabooks: Where you’ll find thin-and-light notebooks sporting SSD storage and display resolutions that exceed 1080p. Paired with powerful, albeit mobile-centric components and especially long battery life, the best Ultrabooks will cost a pretty penny – Rs.75,000 to Rs.2,00,000.

2-in-1 laptops: Where notebooks that double as tablets are located. The Surface Book 2 might be a ways off, but many of the best 2-in-1 laptops are available right now. Outfitted with both detachable and 360-degree rotating hinges, these hybrids are the most versatile way to experience Windows 10 (or Chrome OS) on a touchscreen.

Chromebooks: Where you’ll find the best Chromebooks running Chrome OS. These do much of what Windows and macOS can in the browser, focused on cloud storage over local, while recently getting Android app support for touchscreen models. They generally cost less than 35,000 and some can even withstand a slight tussle.

Gaming laptops: Need a laptop to play games (almost) just like a shiny desktop PC can? Then you’ll want one of the best gaming laptops. These machines generally cost from Rs.100,000 to upwards of Rs.4,00,000 and they’ll likely be the ones to take advantage of AMD’s laptop-grade Ryzen processors first. If you're really on a budget, then you can check out the best gaming laptop deals.

Laptop-tablet hybrids: Designed from the tablet-first approach to laptop-tablet hybrids, the best Windows tablets pack beyond-HD touchscreens, sometimes with kickstands in their frames or provided via keyboard covers. These generally shine with a stylus and range from the budget to the premium price ranges.

If you’re after a budget laptop for simple tasks like browsing the web or watching Netflix, then a laptop with an Intel Pentium, Intel Core i3, or AMD Ryzen 3, the processor will do that job without making the laptop too expensive. A newer processor performs better and is more power-efficient so battery life will last longer. They are more expensive, comparatively.

Best Laptop for Video Editing

If you’re after something with a bit more oomph – perhaps to do a more complex tasks like editing your home videos or playing games – then go for a laptop with an Intel Core i5 or AMD Ryzen 5 processor as a minimum.

The best laptops for media creation, and more complex tasks, come with an Intel Core i7 or Core i9 processor, or an AMD Ryzen 7 processor. Laptops with these processors in them are top-of-the-range laptops that will provide brilliant performance no matter what you want to do – but be warned that they are often found in the most expensive laptops.

Battery life considerations while buying laptops

Finally, there’s battery life. This is likely to be one of the most important considerations you have when choosing what laptop to buy. The best laptops need to be able to let you work - and play - for hours on end without you having to scramble for a power adapter. Modern laptops are getting ever more power-efficient, which has led to longer battery lives. For a laptop to be included in our best laptops list, it needs to offer a battery life of five hours or more.

Bear in mind that the battery life that the laptop makers claim their device has could be quite different from what you actually experience. This is because many laptop makers test their batteries in very controlled environments, with the laptop used in ways that you might not necessarily use. So, while a laptop might have a claimed battery life of 10 hours, you may find that when using it for certain tasks – like streaming high definition content – your battery life could run out faster.

That’s where our in-depth reviews come in, as we run a series of tests on each laptop in this best laptop's guide to see how long the battery life lasts under certain conditions. If a laptop’s battery is ridiculously short (or impressively long) we’ll tell you.

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