Xiaomi's New Laptop Mi Notebook Air

               Xiaomi the Chinese manufacturer of mobile phones revealed it's first laptop this Wednesday. It announced it's new laptop the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air , a light and thin windows laptop powered by Intel processor, available in premium looking silver or gold aluminium metal body reflecting yes Apple MacBook Air. Xiaomi also launched it's mobile Redmi pro at the event.

premium aluminium laptop by xiaomi

     Xiaomi launched it's Mi Notebook in two variants, the 12.5-inch display model and a 13.3-inch display model.

         The Mi Notebook Air 13.3 inch display features a full HD display with a 5.59 mm thick bezel, 256 GB SSD storage, and is powered by Intel Core i5 processor, having Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics Card and 8 GB DDR4 RAM. On the paths of Apple MacBook it features a Type-C USB socket. Also according to Xiaomi it will have a 9-and-a-half hours of battery backup in a single charge.

           On the other hand the lighter Mi Notebook Air's specifications are a 12.2 inch display, has an Intel Core M3 processor, with 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD storage, and integrated graphics. It also features a Type-C USB port like it's big brother. Xiaomi claimed that it will have a whopping 11 hours of battery backup.

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            Both Notebook Airs features chiclet backlit keyboard, USB 3.0 ports and 3.5mm headphone jack. both the laptops are powered by windows 10 Home and will also include Xiaomi's own apps Mi cloud sync.
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             The 13.3 inch variant weighs 1.28kg (2.82 pounds) while the 12.2 inch variant weighs at 1.07kg (2.36 pounds). Another notable thing is that none of the two Mi Notebooks have a logo on the exterior, reason being that the laptops are said to be manufactured by a Chinese company Tian Mi.
xiaomi Mi Notebook with no logo

           Xiaomi, famous for it's competitive prices and taking of bigwigs like Samsung in mobile market, this time also kept it's price lower than others. The bigger mi notebook air is priced at around CNY 4,999 ($750) while the smaller one will be sold at CNY 3,499 (around $525). Both laptops will be available for purchase at Xiaomi's site from 2 August, 2016
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             With similar looks to Apple's MacBook Air, Xiaomi seems to be ready to take off. On papers it is beating Apple but the actual truth will be out when Xiaomi will start selling it's laptops and the winner will be crowned by the actual performance.

               It will be very early to crown Xiaomi as the winner but with its entry in laptop segment it already alerted the BigBrands like Apple, Dell, etc.

So will the PC market also see major price war like mobile phone segment? will Xiaomi be able to beat the most valuable brand? I don't know. Let's wait and watch.
Stay tuned with us.

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