Ripple Device, Nepal’s only laptop OEM, launched the second laptop, ‘Ripple Artifact Pro,’ from the company. The primary laptop from the corporation is ‘Ripple Artifact.’ Therefore, the newly launched Pro model and the vanilla model are the gaming laptops from the corporate, which brings the highest notch specs at affordable pricing.
Ripple Artifact Pro Overview
Now we have the product from this brand which has been recently launched. It has surprising design, performance, specifications, availability, and price in Nepal, given in detail below.
Design and Display
Ripple Artifact Pro is a compact laptop used for gaming and business. It is mainly composed of semi-metallic coated plastic, 19.9 mm thick and 1.9 kg. The brand claims this laptop to be the lightest RTX 2060 on the market. In addition, the screen is covered with a thin frame around it, which makes it have a better look.
Artifact Pro has a 15.6-inch IPS Full HD panel with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and adjustable RGB backlighting in case of the display. In addition, the laptop is also equipped with Microsoft’s high-precision touchpad, which can achieve precise touch response.
Performance and Memory
It is powered through the manner of the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H processor on the general performance. Its base clock is rated at 2.9GHz, while this silicon can hit as much as 4.2GHz of max increase clock.
Similarly, the Artifact Pro receives NVIDIA’s RTX 2060 Max-P graphics with 6GB of GDDR6 VRAM. There’s additionally an RTX 3060 variation even though the corporation hasn’t precise its wattage.
Most users are pretty familiar with the Max-Q model of cellular GPUs. It refers to a watered-down model of a popular GPU that uses much less electricity, appropriate for a thin-and-light pc. However, this pc uses the Max-P (Max Performance) model of RTX2060, which is rated to devour extra energy and, in the end, deliver more excellent performance.
The “Max-P” nomenclature is pretty obsolete nowadays because maximum OEMs generally skip the Max-Q label on their cellular GPU if it’s the high-performance variant. Getting to cooling, the Artifact Pro boasts four exhausts: 2 at the aspect and the back. As expected, the air consumption vents are suitable on the bottom.
Ripple has used Thermal Grizzly kryonaut thermal paste to cool down the CPU, and the company’s benchmark reads as follows:
- 60-70ºC below normal gaming
- 80-90ºC below significant workloads, consisting of benchmarks
Moreover, Ripple stated [U1] Artifact Pro’s fanatics can run at a pace of up to 8000 RPM. In phrases of memory, you’ve got the choice of 8GB or 16GB of DDR4 RAM. Both DDR4 RAM modules are coupled with an M.2 2280 256GB SSD.
It is upgradable with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, or 1TB HDD for NPR 5,000 each. For connectivity, it makes use of Wi-Fi 802.11 ax and Bluetooth v5.0. It is equipped with a 62Wh Li-Po cell which helps an energy supply of 180 watts.
Ripple Artifact Pro Specifications
Ripple Artifact Pro shows off the high-definition sound with its loud stereo speakers. For I/O communication, it consists of a single USB 2.0 Type-A, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, and one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port (DisplayPort compatible).
Besides this, it also has two mini-DisplayPort 1.4 (G-SYNC compatible), one HDMI 2.0, one headphone out, one mic-in, one RJ45, and a card reader that accepts SD SDHC or SDXC memory cards. Since it’s a gaming keyboard, it’s far RGB-backlit. Ripple Artifact Pro has a large scissor-style single-area Chroma lighting keyboard.
You can customize the lighting fixtures from the Ripple TORQ overall performance software. On top of this, it additionally helps you to under/overclock the CPU and GPU, monitor device resources, transfer comprehensive performance profiles, customize keyboard macros, etc.
Besides the customizable hardware inside, Ripple will customize the external appearance of the Artifact Pro, which includes laser engravings and laptop stickers upon a customer’s request.
|Body||359.8 × 245.8 × 19.9mm, 1.9 kg|
|Display||15.6″ IPS panel, |
144Hz refresh rate
|Resolution||FHD (1920×1080) resolution|
|Keyboard||Backlit, RGB lighting|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 7 4800H (Zen 2)|
|Storage||2XM.2 2280 SSD|
|Graphics||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 |
With 6GB GDDR6 / RTX 3060 (6GB GDDR6)
|Battery||62Wh Li-Po, 180W power supply|
|Connectivity||WiFi 802.11 ax, Bluetooth v5.0|
|I/O ports||1x USB 2.0 Type-A|
2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
1× USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C
2× Mini DisplayPort 1.4
1× HDMI 2.0
1× mic-in, 1× RJ45
1× card reader
|Warranty||Two years (plus lifetime technical support, servicing)|
Ripple Artifact Pro Price in Nepal and Availability
Ripple Artifact Pro cost NPR 175,000 in Nepal for the RTX 2060 variant with an (8/256)GB configuration. Similarly, the (16/256)GB variant with RTX 3060 costs NPR 200,000.
Artifact Pro is now up for pre-order on Ripple’s Facebook, WhatsApp page, and you’ll need to pay NPR 10,000 in advance.
Regarding their availability, the RTX 2060 version is made ready to ship, while the RTX 3060 version will be within easy reach in more than one week.
|Ripple Artifact Pro Variants||Price in Nepal|
|Ripple Artifact Pro (8/256)GB, RTX 2060||NPR 175,000|
|Ripple Artifact Pro (16/256)GB, RTX 3060||NPR 200,000|
You can contact the company via Whatsapp number 9840610823 or via Facebook Page for Pre-order.