Coconics Enabler Review – a Make in India Laptop under 15k


Coconics Enabler C1C11 is a new laptop on market – designed and manufactured by Kerala’s own laptop brand Coconics . it is an intel Celeron n4000 CPU with 4gb ram in the enabler is as same as the new Avita Essential – should you buy this Coconics Enabler? – Review of Coconics Enabler.

Coconic Enabler C1C11 W Review – Overview on this Indian Made Laptop

Coconics Enabler Review : –

Coconics is a unique public-private Laptop and Server manufacturing company from the State of Kerala. India’s newest local OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer)/ODM (Original Design Manufacturer), incubated by UST Global, Keltron, KSIDC and Acceleron labs (an Intel India Maker Lab accelerated startup) backed by the Government of Kerala, through its business-friendly industrial policy, has the guidance and support of Intel to manufacture IT products in India under the ‘Make in India’ initiative. Coconics is proud of its collaboration with Intel through the course of product discovery, innovation and supply chain management.

Why should i buy Coconics Enabler ? or an Avita Essential ?

Coconics Enabler C1C11 is the new sub 15,000 rupees laptop with Intel Celeron N4000 Processor which is the same CPU that is used in the AVITA Essential, the 17,000 rupees laptop from US-based AVITA.

Celeron N4000 is a dual-core SoC primarily for inexpensive notebooks and was announced late 2017. It runs at 1.1-2.6 GHz (Single Core Burst, Multi Core Burst maxes out at 2.5 GHz) and is based on the Gemini Lake platform. the chip also includes a DirectX 12 capable GPU as well as a DDR4/LPDDR4 memory controller (dual-channel, up to 2400 MHz).

lets see the the diffrences betwenn the Coconics Enabler and AVITA Essential :

Coconics’ state of the art manufacturing plant located in Manvila on the outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram has a capacity to manufacture 250,000 laptops per year. With a phased localization plan already in place, Coconics will focus on leveraging the Indian ESDM ecosystem to localize critical BOM including the motherboard, battery, adapters and packaging. This will be in addition to local assembly and testing for its product range.

Why is Intel Celeron N4000 better than the average? –
  • Semiconductor size
    14nm vs 19.2nm
  • Memory channels
    2 vs 1.91
  • Thermal Design Power (TDP)
    6W vs 25.27W
  • Supported displays
    3 vs 2.93
  • CPU temperature
    105°C vs 100.48°C
  • SSE version
    4.2 vs 4.2


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here