Hong Kong-based startup, Nexstgo, launches its commercial laptops in India

Abhishek Baxi

Nexstgo Primus

Hong Kong-based technology startup Nexstgo has entered the Indian market with its commercial laptops.

Established in 2016, Nexstgo is growing steadily in the Asia Pacific region. According to Alex Chung, CEO of Nexstgo, Nexstgo entered the Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South-east Asia markets with an incredibly impressive sales record. Seema Bhatnagar, Country General Manager of Nexstgo believes that India is a big and promising market keeping the consumer tech segment in mind.

The company’s flagship commercial laptop, PRIMUS, is made from a lightweight yet incredibly durable magnesium alloy and has passed 72 hardware tests, including 12 US military-grade tests that assess a machine’s performance in case of extreme weather or hard external impact.

Available in 14-inch (NX101) and 15.6-inch (NX201) size options, PRIMUS is slim and lightweight and offers up to 12 hours of battery life to serve business mobility. It comes with a spill-resistant keyboard capable of withstanding 350 ml of liquid for four seconds. The laptop also supports Windows Hello with both face and fingerprint recognition.

The PRIMUS laptops start at INR 80,990 ($1146) and go up to INR 109,990 ($1557). The company will offer an International Warranty and Onsite Service across its portfolio.

Nexstgo laptops will be available in India through its distribution partner – Vivek Traders – and online on Amazon and Flipkart with 42 authorized service partners across India.