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Avita laptops are manufactured in India.

Avita laptops are manufactured by Alco electronics limited, a manufacturer of electronics listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 1992.

Avita laptops are manufactured by Alco electronics limited, a manufacturer of electronics listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 1992.Avita is a lifestyle tech brand from the United States. The company launched its laptops in India, created by a former R&D and branding team of Radio Corporation of America (RCA) in the United States in 2016. Avita has been solely owned and run by Nexstgo Company Limited, which is a Hong Kong-based laptop manufacturer, since its inception.

After successfully launching its products in countries like the USA, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, The Philippines, and Malaysia, the company launched its lineup of premium, business-oriented laptops in India in 2019.

Chief Executive Officer of Nexstgo Company Ltd., Alex Chung, said that they are delighted to launch Avita's exciting range of AVITA LIBER in India. This market is one of the fastest-growing ones in the technology segment and is open to adopting new lifestyle brands.

In its product description of Avita laptops, online seller Amazon has given the place of origin of these laptops as Hong Kong. These laptops are manufactured by Alco electronics limited, and they have a manufacturing plant registered in Hong Kong. The company has been listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 1992.

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