It’s safe to say that Xiaomi, the Chinese tech giant, is one of the most rapidly expanding tech company whose handset sales have outperformed all the expectations. Xiaomi’s defining factor is its impeccable design which matches that of devices made by Apple. No one can differentiate between a Xiomi phone and iPhone. This competiton has come to the laptop industry as Xiaomi has stepped in the laptop market with its new Mi Notebook Air, a thin laptop which looks just like MacBook, but has Windows installed in it. And guess the best thing about Xiaomi? It ships Apple-like devices in less than half the prices set by Apple. So, Mi NoteBook costs are close to perfect as compared to Apple’s high prices. Let’s take a closer look at specs, features and release date information regarding Mi Notebook.
Xiaomi Mi NoteBook Air Specs, Features and Release Date
Mi Notebook has two models: a 12.5 inch and 13.3 inch. As expected, 13.3 inches mode is more capable and powerful, with i5 Intel processor, GeForce 940MX Graphics Card, a 250GB extendable SSD and sleek design. It also contains a type C USB port. The battery life with full features on this laptop is, according to Xiaomi, 9.5 hours. The weight of this laptop is around 2.8 pounds. The price is $750.
Xiaomi Mi Notebook’s 12.2 inches model has Intel Core M3 processor, an NVidia graphics card, a 128GB SSD. The best thing about this laptop is its battery life — a whopping 11.5 hours. It weighs just 2.4 pounds. Mi Notebook’s 12.2 inches version packs DDR4 8Gb RAM. The price of this laptop is just $525.
I love the fact that Xiaomi embedded fast and next generation graphics cards in these laptops. You could play amazing games on these laptops, at around 85 fps. In an event in Beijing, Xiaomi revealed that it had made these laptops with its partner Tian Mi.
Xiaomi also rolled its special software for Mi Sync, just like iTunes, to let users transfer files in between their laptops and mobile phones of the same ecosystem. Mi Notebook is set to be out for sale from August, 2. Xiaomi hasn’t spoken about the global availability dates.