Tablets are becoming increasingly popular in Nepal, as they offer a more portable and versatile alternative to laptops. They can be used for a variety of tasks, including browsing the web, watching videos, playing games, and working on documents.

The price of tablets in Nepal varies depending on the brand, model, and specifications. However, in general, tablets are more affordable than laptops. The cheapest tablets in Nepal start at around Rs. 15,000, while the most expensive tablets can cost up to Rs. 350,000.

Tablets Price in Nepal

TabletPrice in Nepal
iPad Pro M1 2021 (12.9″)Rs. 355,000
iPad Pro M1 2021 (11″)Rs. 310,000
iPad Pro 2020 (12.9″)Rs. 188,900
iPad Pro 2020 (11″)Rs. 188,900
iPad mini (2021)Rs. 132,500
iPad Air (2022)Rs. 119,000
iPad 10.2 (2021)Rs. 99,500
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FERs. 69,999
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 LiteRs. 52,999
Xiaomi Pad 5Rs. 49,999
Lenovo Tab M10 (FHD Plus)Rs. 48,990
Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 (2021)Rs. 40,999
TCL 10 Tab Max 4GRs. 39,999
TCL Tab 10sRs. 34,990
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020)Rs. 39,999
Redmi Pad (2022)Rs. 34,999
Alcatel 3T8 4G (2020)Rs. 17,490
Alcatel TKEE MINIRs. 13,490

When choosing a tablet, it is important to consider your needs and budget. If you are looking for a powerful tablet that can handle demanding tasks, then you will need to spend more money. However, if you are looking for a tablet for basic tasks, then you can find a good option for a lower price.

It is also important to consider the size of the tablet. If you want a tablet that you can easily carry around, then you will want to choose a smaller model. However, if you want a tablet that you can use for watching videos or playing games, then you will want to choose a larger model.

Finally, you should consider the operating system of the tablet. The most popular operating systems for tablets are Android and iOS. Android tablets are generally more affordable, while iOS tablets offer a more polished user experience.\

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