Xiaomi has made a business model by, ahem, "taking influence" from Apple's design choices. Smartphones aside, it just launched an affordable take on the Macbook Air that ships with Windows. Xiaomi claims that the latter combination makes the Mi Notebook 40 percent more powerful than last year's iteration.
It has a 15.6-inch 1080p display, which is probably the weakest link in this setup.
The company wants to cater to the Chinese and Indian audience by bringing in a laptop that would openly compete Apple's own Macbook Pro.
The Notebook Pro is available in various configurations, with the top-of-the-range model featuring an Intel Core i7-8550U, Nvidia GeForce MX150 2GB, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and SSD storage. For things like Photoshop and video editing, this should prove seriously usable.
Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro launched with 15.6-inch display, Windows 10
The Notebook 2x USB 3.0, a full HDMI port, a 3 in 1 SD card reader and a 3.5mm headphone jack. All it needs is an Ethernet port, and you'd never ever have to buy another dongle again. The Mi Notebook comes with a large 15.6-inch display (1,920 x 1080) with Gorilla Glass 3 protection and a 6.52 narrow bezels on the sides.
The Mi Notebook Pro measures 360.7 x 243.6 x 15.9mm and weighs 1.95kg.
It also features full-size backlit keyboard. $984), the other one with Core i5 + 8GB RAM will be available with a price tag of 5599 Yuan (approx. The i5 version of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro is priced at CNY 5,600 while the i7 version of the Notebook Pro is priced at CNY 6,400. The two more models price is RMD 6,399 (roughly Rs 62,000) and RMD 6,999 (around Rs 68,700).
- The Mi Notebook Pro has a fingerprint sensor embedded in the touchpad, which is a unique feature because this is not something you will find in other laptops. If the Mi Notebook Pro features a Thunderbolt 3 port, then we are certain that you will be able to attach an eGPU and enjoy next-gen gaming titles at fluid frames.
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