Micromax’s new budget Alpha laptop packs 6GB of RAM

Micromax Alpha LI351568W

Domestic manufacturer Micromax has announced a brand new lineup of affordable laptops dubbed the Alpha series in India. Unlike its previous Canvas portfolio of entry-level notebooks, the new devices target mid-range users who want more power out of their gadget.

The Micromax Alpha LI351568W is officially the first laptop to come out of the series. It’s currently up for sale via Flipkart priced at Rs 26990. The headline-grabbing feature of the device is that it packs an impressive 6GB of RAM. Most budget notebooks settle for around 4GB of RAM.

The additional RAM should help the Micromax offering differentiate itself from its competitors in the overcrowded segment. In terms of processing capabilities, the brand has furnished it with a 5th generation Intel Core i3 SoC which it guarantees will ensure a smooth multimedia and multitasking experience without any lag or heating problems.

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The Alpha LI351568W further runs on Windows 10 and carries a 15.6-inch screen which outputs its visuals in a resolution of 1366 x 768p. It gets its juice from a 4 cell battery which can apparently go on for 4.45 hours at a stretch. Users can take advantage of an adequate 500GB of internal space for their storage requirements.

Here’s a rapid take on the top specifications of the Micromax Alpha LI351568W:

– Display: 15.6-inch LED, 1366 x 768 pixels
– OS: Windows 10
– Processor: 1.6GHz Intel Core i3-5005U
– GPU: Intel HD Graphics 5500
– Storage: 500GB HDD
– RAM: 6GB
– Battery: 4 cell
– Weight: 2.1kg
– Connectivity: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, HDMI

Like we said above, the Micromax Alpha LI351568W is now available via Flipkart at Rs 26990. Interested buyers could snap up the notebook for Rs 21990 if they take up the e-commerce site’s laptop exchange scheme.

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