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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air With Intel Core i5 Launched

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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air With Intel Core i5 Launched

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Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has launched yet another product, adding to its arsenal. The Mi Notebook 12.5 inch has been launched and it runs on the 7th generation Intel i5 processor. It is the latest in the impressive Mi Notebook series. The laptop has been launched at a price of RMB 3,999 which translates to about Rs 40,000. As of now, nothing is known about the Indian launch of the Mi Notebook Air.

Specifications

The Mi Notebook Air has a 12.5 inch Full HD display. The laptop is 12.9 mm thick and weighs 1.07 Kg, justifying its Air’ title. It runs on the seventh generation i5 processor. It has 4 GB of RAM along with 256 GB of storage. Xiaomi has not revealed much about the Mi Notebook Air’s battery, but claims that it has a 11.5 hour backup on a single charge. The laptop is based on Windows 10 and also features a USB Type-C port. This is used for connectivity and charging as well. The laptop also supports fast charging.

The company is not offering any higher configuration options on the Mi Notebook Air. Which is disappointing as buyers would not even get the option to opt for a better processor. But, the existing 7th generation i5 processor is still quite a jump compared to the m3 processor on the previous model. The laptop has been launched in China as of now and though the company has not mentioned anything about the Indian launch, we can expect it sometimes not year.

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Now that the chinese smartphone giant has gained a strong foothold in India, it is looking forward to launch more and more products here as well. Earlier, top company brass had announced that they will bring more products to India and the Mi Notebook Air will surely be one of the best choices for the same.

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