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. The Mi Notebook Pro houses a 15.6-inch display overlaid with Corning Gorilla Glass 3rd gen.
- The Mi Notebook Pro is powered by 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processor.
A new cooling design that is symmetrical which allows 2x inbound airflow and 40% improved outbound air flow than competitors. Despite the large screen size, Xiaomi manages to keep the notebook at just 1.95kg in weight.
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Rest of the key highlights include a fingerprint sensor embedded inside the precision trackpad, a 3-in-1 card reader, 2x USB 3.0 ports, 2x USB Type-C ports, dual 2.5W Harman Infinity speakers, Dolby Atmos support, HD webcam, and a full-sized HDMI port.
Starting with the build, you get an all metal body on the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro.
If we talk about the pricing and availability of this new generation laptops from Xiaomi, i.e. NoteBoook Pro, the company is offering a couple of variants for this Laptop as per the usage of different types of people. The version with Core i7 and 8GB of RAM will retail for ¥6,399 ($940), and the model with Core i7 and 16GB of RAM will be up for sale for ¥6,999 ($1,030).
The graphics on the laptop is managed by Nvidia GeForce MX150. The Mi Notebook Pro was announced at Xiaomi's event in China today. The other two variants with Core i7 8GB RAM and Core i5 8GB RAM will be available for RMB 6,399 (or approx Rs 62,732) and RMB 5599 (or approx Rs 54,889). Similar to the Apple MacBook Pro, the Mi Notebook Pro isn't targeted at gamers. Additionally, the laptop embeds a fingerprint sensor and a backlit keyboard. Mi Notebook Pro packs a 60 Wh battery for long battery life and comes with quick charge support.
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