Xiaomi Takes On The MacBook Pro With Mi Notebook Pro

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 will be launched with Mi Mix 2 on September 11th

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 will be launched with Mi Mix 2 on September 11th

Xiaomi is offering the new Mi Notebook Pro in three variants, Intel Core i7 with 16GB RAM at CNY 6,999 (Rs 70,000 approx), Intel Core i7 with 8GB RAM at CNY 6,399 (Rs 64,000 approx) and Intel Core i5 with 8GB RAM at CNY 5,599 (Rs 56,000 approx).

The device is backed by up to 16GB of DDR4RAM and up to 256GB of PCIe SSD storage. It is called the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro.

After launching th Mi NoteBook Pro and the Mi Mix 2 Xiaomi talked about how good was it's Mi 6 smartphone and how people wanted it to be bigger. Naturally, Xiaomi has taken a major part of the design inspiration from the High Sierra powered laptop. Moreover, the 3C certification shows the Mi Notebook Pro offers support for the 4G mobile network.

Let us begin with the display - the Xiaomi Notebook Pro comes out into the markets with a 15.6 inched display, which is protected with a Gorilla Glass 3. The graphics department, on the other hand, is manned by a powerful NVidia GeForce MX150. On the connectivity front, The Mi Mix 2 comes with support for global LTE bands - 43 bands in total. The machine features a backlit chiclet keyboard. Forget limited "concepts", as the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 looks ready for primetime in China and India, at the very least. It will be priced at CNY 5600 (approx Rs 55,000).

It may be wiser to "settle" for the ceramic - aluminum combo though, since it's considerably cheaper and also headed for more territories in supposedly decent numbers. You get two USB-C ports, two full size USB-A ports (USB 3.0), an HDMI, SD card slot and a headphone jack. Besides this, the 3C certification has revealed, the Mi Notebook Pro comes with 20V/2.25A or 20V/3.25A power adapter and theoretically, the maximum power supply of this configuration is 45W or 65W respectively.

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