Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro: Specs, Features, And Release Date

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Compared with Apple MacBook Pro, Mi Notebook Pro features 19% larger keyboard area for increased comfort and ergonomics. For gamers, this means the Mi Notebook Pro is capable of some light gaming. But what is more incredible is that it also comes with symmetrical cooling design with double inbound and outbound airflow to quickly cool it despite heavy usage. Its 15.6-inch display only has a resolution of 1080p, which seems a bit out of step with other high-end machines these days.

The device is backed by up to 16GB of DDR4RAM and up to 256GB of PCIe SSD storage.

Powering the Mi Notebook Pro are Intel Kaby Lake processors, with customers able to choose from up to a Core i7-8550U or a Core i7-8650U paired with up to 16GB of RAM and up to a 256GB SSD.

Intel eight generation Intel Core i7 processor. The two more models price is RMD 6,399 (roughly Rs 62,000) and RMD 6,999 (around Rs 68,700).

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The company has introduced this new generation laptops via their official Twitter handle with a few images of this stunning Mi Notebook Pro laptop. The laptop cones with a 15.6 inch screen which has very less bezeless protected by gorilla glass. The laptop has fans to maintain the temperature. The new Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro laptop is available in one color variants, and that is the dark gray color which offers a sophisticated as well as decent design.

Xiaomi also says that users can expect up to six hours of video playback via Wi-Fi, nine hours of local video playback or 8.5 hours of Wi-Fi browsing from the Mi Notebook Pro running on just its internal battery.

It comes with a fingerprint scanner which is embedded in the touchpad. For audio, the Mi Notebook Pro features Harman Infinity speakers, along with Dolby ATMOS support. It is priced at 5,599 Yuan (Rs 54,900/$859). In comparison, the entry level 13-inch 8GB DDR3 dual-core i5 MacBook Pro starts at £1,249. With the current-gen MacBook Pro getting rid of the SD card reader, Xiaomi was eager to point out that the Mi Notebook Pro does include an SD card slot, along with two full-size USB 3.0 ports in addition to two USB-C ports and an HDMI out.

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