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Xiaomi takes on Apple's MacBook Pro with the new Mi Notebook Pro


Xiaomi has also packed NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics card in this notebook.

Xiaomi entered the notebook market with its Mi Notebook Air to target Apple's MacBook lineup with a cheaper Windows 10 alternative.

It also comes with a SSD which means everything will be faster, you can even expand your storage later. The Xiaomi Notebook Pro comes out in three variants.

The novelty is dressed in a full metal body and is equipped with a 15.6-inch display with protective glass Gorilla Glass third generation, up to 16 GB of RAM and solid state drives with a maximum capacity of 1 TB. It is powered by a Microsoft Windows Hello.

The highlights of the Mi Notebook Pro are that it contains the fingerprint sensor for a biometric authentication. Rs 54,898), respectively. The Mi Notebook Pro is available in Dary Gray colour option.




"According to Lei Jun, the Mi Notebook features a special cooling system, with symmetrically distributed dual fans and the larger heat pipe, that will double the airflow". The direct competitor to MacBook Pro, the new Notebook Pro is the device that you had been expecting from Xiaomi. The Mi Notebook Pro uses a magnesium alloy chassis that gives it enough strength to survive hits and drops that it may encounter during regular usage.

The keyboard can be backlit and looks very similar to the MacBook Pro's configuration when it comes to key shape, design choice, and other factors. The pack leaked ultrabook sports a 15.6-inch display with 72% NTSC color gamut and a minimal 6.52 mm wide bezels to the sides. The Mi Notebook Pro's hardware is strong and it could survive drops and hits. The laptop measures 360.7 x 243.6 x 15.9 mm and weighs 1.95kg.

This Xiaomi notebook is battery promises a 60Wh of power.

The Core i7 processor and 8GB of RAM variant have a price tag of 6399 Chinese Yuan ($982 or RS. 62,750 approx). After several anticipations and leaks, Xiaomi's two smartphones were expected to unveil today at the launch event. These aren't exactly mind-blowing prices, but not that it matters, as the machine will only be available in China when it goes on sale on September 15th.

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