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Alibaba basic, standard and premium package will blow your mind

China-based e-commerce company Alibaba has come up with a very exciting offer that will compel you to grab this. The new Roma laptops with RISC-V technology are powered by an Alibaba T-Head TH1520 quad-core SoC with integrated NPU and Imagination Technologies GPU.

Alibaba has come up with three distinct packages that include additional gifts like wireless controllers, headphones, speakers, and smartwatches.

Roma laptops are finally now available to order from Alibaba and their features and specifications have been updated with more elaboration than previous. Prices start at US$1499.

Its processor comes with 16GB of LPDDR4 RAM plus a 256 GB SSD

The processor is complemented by 16 GB of LPDDR4 RAM plus a 256 GB SSD. On the display side, we find a 14.1-inch panel with FHD resolution, which also integrates a 1080p webcam. 

Three packages include the Basic package, a standard package, and a premium package. Basic package worth US$1499 that comes with wireless controller and headphones, plus lifelong manufacturer repair service. Standard ones come at US$2499, and premium at USD$4999 with even more gifts including a pair of speakers and a smartwatch, plus 3-year SoC upgrades and personalized lid engraving.


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