@jack_admin I believe there can be different variants with different price tags. The top model could be e.g. at least double your current price. If the features appeal to technology aware consumers in west I think they have no problem paying for it.
Imagine a 1440p camera showing showing crystal clear streaming video in "Teams", with the hardware accelerated video drivers doing their job so that the fan remains quiet. That would be a laptop to pay for. Colleagues would ask "what laptop is that??". It would advertise itself.
A high quality keyboard is also a very important fundamental requirement for buyers with budget. I personally think backlight should be mandatory. And international keyboard laptops are impossible to sell in Scandinavia.
The security related features I mentioned (fingerprint reader, security chip, NFC reader) are more "nice to have" things, but would give the laptop a security edge, and everyone ask for (and will pay for) improved IT security these days. Make sure "secure boot" is implemented and working if going that path. Linux and open source software is preferred before Windows for security aware users and you already have that.
These are my thoughts. Of course I know very little about e.g. Chinese customer needs or wishes.