Thursday, 28 July 2016

Take a Closer look to Mi Notebook Air, the biggest competitor for Macbook Air

Today was a very big day for Xiaomi after introducing Redmi Pro, the company came up with its first-ever laptop line up Mi Notebook Air. The Mi Notebook comes in two sizes with powerful specs at very reasonable price.

It comes in two sizes -- the powerful 13.3-inch and the portable 12.5-inch -- and both feature a slim body, a 1080p display with slim under-glass bezels.The flagship 13.3-inch model comes in at just 14.8mm thick and 1.28kg heavy, which is pretty good given that you get an Intel Core i5-6200U "Skylake-U" processor (dual core, base frequency at 2.3GHz, turbo up to 2.7GHz) plus an NVIDIA GeForce 940MX GPU. Xiaomi says you can play games like Dota 2 at 85 frames-per-second at full-HD resolution on its Notebook Air.

You also get 8GB of DDR4 RAM, 256GB of SSD via PCIe and one free SATA slot for expansion (but only serviced by Xiaomi). The 40Wh battery should be good for up to 9.5 hours, and it can go from zero to 50 percent in just half an hour using the bundled USB-C charger.

While the 12.5-inch Mi Notebook Air only has an Intel Core M3 processor, integrated graphics, and a 128GB SSD with just 4GB of RAM. Both of them run on Window 10 and comes with Dolby Digital Sound. Xiaomi doesn't compromise with Quality and same goes for Mi Notebook here its Quality check Video

If you're lusting for either one of these laptops, the bad news is that Xiaomi will only officially sell the Mi Notebook Air in China. They go on sale on August 2 and will retail for Rs 50,000 ($750) and Rs 35,000 ($525) respectively.

The Cheapest Mi Notebook Air
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Source - Cnet