Nepali brand Ripple just launched their Artifact series with a 144hz screen and NVIDIA GPU
The New Year 2078 looks like a great start for the Nepalese tech community, with a Nepali branch launching their own electric bikes, and now the Nepali OEM brand has launched laptops in Nepal. Ripple has launched their Artifact series with Artifact and Artifact Pro for the Nepali market. And the best part is the laptops are fully customizable, and you get tons of options for the main hardware. Let’s head into the article to discuss specs, features, and Ripple Artifact price in Nepal.
Artifact is the first-ever laptop from a Nepali brand and also the first product of Ripple. The main highlight of the Artifact is the Intel i5-10300H processor complemented by a GTX 1650 Ti graphics card which fits the price range competing against other international brands. Like other laptops at this price range, the Ripple Artifact features a 15.6 inch IPS panel with FHD resolution. And the best part is the display comes with 144 Hz giving you smooth gameplay and user experience.
Moving on, the Ripple Artifact comes with an 8GB DDR4 RAM and 256 NVMe SSD, which I wish the company had added another 256GB at this price point. But of course, you can upgrade the device with a different RAM, ROM, and even chipset. The unique selling point of this laptop is probably its upgradability, considering it is fully customizable.
The Artifact Pro is a more premium version of the Artifact with a better processor and overall better hardware. Artifact Pro comes fueled with two different options for chipset; Ryzen 4800h or the Intel i7 10750H. Similar, the graphics card also comes in two options Nvidia RTX 2060/3060.
With the chipset and the RTX 3060, Artifact Pro is all about gaming, but with a compact design and a weight of only 1.9Kgs, the laptop also fits your business needs.
Artifact Pro gives you no way to complain about the cooling with four exhausts; 2 for inlet and 2 for an outlet. Ripple gives you an option to go for 8GB or 16GB DDR4 RAM with 256GB SSD to complement the chipset. With a device above 1.5 lakhs, 256GB SSD certainly is a disappointment. But on the brighter side, with an additional, you can add an extra 256GB SSD or a 1TB HDD. The device comes with a 62Wh Li-Po cell having a power supply of 180 watts.