Even though Xiaomi wants to pit the Notebook Pro against the Apple MacBook Pro, there are enough Windows powered laptops in a similar price bracket with top-end specifications. Today, the company announced the Mi Notebook Pro, its MacBook Pro rival. Along with the Mi Note 3 and the Mi Mix 2, the company has also unveiled the Mi Notebook Pro, a laptop that succeeds the company's Mi Notebook that was launched a year ago. As far as availability goes, details are scant, but it will be available in China soon.
It has a 15.6-inch 1080p display, which is probably the weakest link in this setup. The laptop offers three variants, two featuring the i7 and one featuring the i5.
Other than that, things look good.
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. It has 3-in-1 SD card slot, two USB Type-C ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a full-sized HDMI port, and two USB Type-A ports (USB 3.0 and USB 2.0). All it needs is an Ethernet port, and you'd never ever have to buy another dongle again. But it seems Xiaomi developers have offered something exceptional that none in the tech universe had thought about.
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It features a 15.6 inch display with full HD resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for protection. The keyboard is also precision designed by resizing keys for accurate typing. The entry level model will come with an Intel Core i5 processor paired with 8GB RAM at Rs 54,920 roughly, while the Core i7 models will be available in two RAM variants- 8GB and 16GB. In terms of storage, the laptop up to a 1TB PCIe SSD for ultra-fast performance.
The Mi Notebook Pro weighs 1.95 kg. However, let us first take a look at the specifications and features of the Xiaomi Notebook Pro.
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.