Different packages on different machines

Hi I have desktop and laptop with Manjaro
Desktop was installed last summer and it's updated - used daily.
Laptop was installed this February also is updated and used daily.
Problem: When I want to install Brave browser on both desktop is showing brave only in AUR packages but Laptop is showing only in normal packages. I'm confused. Both machines are updated and have AUR support enabled. How is this possible that I see one package only on one machine and not on other?

Brave was dropped from the repos to AUR.

Make sure the mirror you are using on the laptop has synced recently and both machines are on the same branch.
sudo pacman-mirrors -f 5
pacman-mirrors --get-branch

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I thought so too. But at least in Unstable

pacman -Si brave

Repository      : community
Name            : brave
Version         : 0.63.48-1
Description     : Web browser that blocks ads and trackers by default (latest binary release).
Architecture    : x86_64
URL             : https://github.com/brave/brave-browser/releases
Licenses        : custom
Groups          : None
Provides        : brave-browser
Depends On      : gtk3  gconf  nss  alsa-lib  libxss  libgnome-keyring  ttf-font
Optional Deps   : cups: Printer support
                  pepper-flash: Adobe Flash support
Conflicts With  : brave-latest  brave-bin  brave-beta-bin
Replaces        : None
Download Size   : 71,83 MiB
Installed Size  : 232,91 MiB
Packager        : Philip Mueller <philm@manjaro.org>
Build Date      : Mo 06 Mai 2019 07:14:10 CEST
Validated By    : MD5 Sum  SHA-256 Sum  Signature

So it looks like @philm added Brave to the repo again.

--- edit

It was also added to Testing with this Update

Maybe one of the OP's systems uses the Testing repository.

I'm sorry I didn't know that once you had it installed it's shown in package manager still in old place. After I removed it, it dissapeared.

Sorry I didn't know that

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