The two smartphones were confirmed to launch before the launch event itself, but the Mi Notebook Pro announcement came as a surprise to many. As such, the new notebook comes with a refreshing look and sleek design while being lightweight.
Xiaomi has officially announced the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro and it is directly targeting at the Apple MacBook Pro. Those interested in Xiaomi's line of Apple alternatives may consider checking out their official website. The screen is guarded by Gorilla Glass and boasts 72% NTSC color gamut coverage.
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 16GB RAM on-board with 1TB of SSD Storage.
The keyboard is backlit and has a 1.5mm travel, which Xiaomi says should mimic the feel of a mechanical keyboard. It has fast charging and a battery rated for 60WH.
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The Mi Notebook Pro will take advantage of Windows Hello to allow users to unlock the notebook with the help of a built-in fingerprint sensor hidden under the trackpad.
Available ports include 2 USB 3.0, 1 HDMI, 2 USB Type-C and a card reader that supports either an SDHC or SD or SDXC card.
- 2-antenna AC Wi-Fi, so the Wi-Fi performance should be good.
The Mi Notebook Pro will go on sale in China for ¥5,699 ($840) for the variant with the Core i5 and 8GB of RAM. It's unlikely the notebook will be available outside of China. The Mi Notebook Pro is wrapped in magnesium alloy material. A Core i7/16GB RAM configuration will set you back the rough equivalent of $1,075 (6999 yuan), but it's probably wise not to expect United States availability anytime soon. Additionally, it packs with Nvidia's new Geforce MX 150 chip.This chip is by far the most powerful graphical integrated chip by Intel which Xiaomi's Notebook is offering. The mid-range option drops the RAM to 8GB, while the entry-level Mi Notebook Pro also drops the processor down to a Core i5 8250U.