The AVITA LIBER comes in two display sizes of 13.3” and 14” with an FHD (1920×1080) resolution. Battery life lasts up to 10 hours to accommodate everyday needs. AVITA LIBER is also equipped with a multi-functional USB-C port which supports the quick charge, data transfer, and display connectivity. Two USB 3.0 ports are also available for connecting different devices and accessories to extend versatility.
PORTS: The AVITA LIBER provides a rather comprehensive port selection. On the right, there is the power port, a USB 3.0 A port, USB 3.0 Type-C port (Display-out and Charging), 3.5mm Mic/Headphone combo jack, mini HDMI port and a MicroSD card slot. The choice of the MicroSD card slot is puzzling because most photographers and videographers use cameras with full-sized SD cards. On the left side, it is much less crowded as there is only a USB 3.0 A port and a Kensington lock.
DISPLAY: As for the display, the LIBER boasts a bright full HD 1920×1080 IPS display that is sharp and has good viewing angles. It is good for photo and video editing. The best part, the display can bend back 180 degrees. However, a downside of this is that the screen is quite wobbly in use.
AUDIO: Audio wise, the AVITA LIBER’s stereo speakers are loud and crisp, albeit lacking in bass. Despite this, the speakers are more than good enough for watching YouTube videos, Netflix or listening to music.
KEYBOARD: The LIBER features an island-style keyboard with keys that are spaced apart comfortably and offer up a decent amount of travel. In addition, the keyboard has a back-light for use in dark places. As for the touchpad, the large surface area makes it a good experience.
The Avita Liber series of laptops is available in India starting at Rs 24,990 for the 14-inch model powered by a 7th generation Pentium N4200 processor and goes up to Rs 67,490 for the Core i5 7Y54 variant.
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