If you’re looking for an uber cool notebook that could easily be your new favourite style accessory, then look no more because U.S. laptop brand Avita has arrived in our shores, bringing a wide range of fashion-forward and high performance products to the Malaysian masses in its Avita Liber series.

With the aim to grow its regional footprint in the lifestyle gadget scene, the brand which is a subsidiary of the US tech company, Nexstgo, has decided to penetrate into the local market following its recent successful introduction in Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong in 2017.

Delivering technology in trendsetting style that suits every possible personality, Avita Liber comes in two display sizes of 13.3” and 14” with a FHD (1920×1080) resolution which you can choose from an extensive bold and vibrant shades.

Plus, with battery life that lasts up to 10 hours, the collection is also equipped with a multi-functional USB-C port which supports quick charge, data transfer and display connectivity. Not bad, ey?

To further enhance its high degree of personalisation, the company plans to roll out a self-service customisation platform later in 2018 which enables customers to create their own casing to reflect their personal fashion and style.

Additionally, a lineup of accessories that includes notebook sleeves, water-repellent zipper, a notebook backpack, carrying cases as well as computer peripherals such as a wireless mouse will also be made available in the near future.

In other words, if you like Apple’s Macbook series but hate using iOS, or think that the Machines products are just too expensive — then Avita is your answer. It’s sleek, stylish and perfect for urbanites who are always on the go. Who knows, perhaps this could be your new fashion week essential. Watch out, world!

The AVITA LIBER retails from RM1,799 to RM4,399 and will be available exclusively at Notebook Pro in Digital Mall, Petaling Jaya, Selangor starting from 10 February 2018. To learn more about the brand, please visit Avita’s official website

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