Viper P40 Notebook: Pakistan made laptop launched with striking price tag

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Viper P40 Notebook: Pakistan made laptop launched with striking price tag

Viper Technology, an emerging name in Pakistan’s PC business, has launched the much-awaited Viper P40 Notebook, a locally manufactured computer with a feature-fit spec-sheet and a striking price-tag for all who care.

The Viper P40 lineup features a 10th Gen Intel Core i3-1005G1 processor, a big 5,000mAh battery for enhanced productivity, and a design that matches the 2021 aesthetic. ------------------------------

Build And Display

Starting off with the design, the Viper P40 laptop has a moderate 24mm chassis with a lightweight body, weighing 1.7kg, giving it a rugged feel since the finishing is all matte and rough.

Open the lid, there’s a 14″ HD (1920 x 1080) LCD display that covers a good portion of the sRGB color gamut, giving you an almost full color-accurate experience. The hinges feel slightly loose and the body creeks when pressed hard, but the laptop comes with MIL certification ensuring durability even in tough conditions.

On the forehead, there’s a 2MP webcam that has a grainy color tone if you’re in video mode.

Below the display, you get a mechanical keyboard with 2mm of key travel, but there’s no RGB lighting. The keyboard might not work too well with typists, but it ensures good productivity if you’re an office accountant or a project manager filing reports. The keyboard is coupled with a sizeable touchpad with Microsoft’s precision drivers which also supports multiple gestures for navigating through your daily workload.