Today’s Xiaomi global event not only showcased the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 but also Mi Note 3 and Mi Notebook Pro. Last year, the company launched Mi Notebook Air something similar to the Apple’s MacBook Air. Today at the global event, the company launched Mi Notebook Pro which is a direct competitor to the MacBook Pro.
The newly launched Mi Notebook Pro has a 15.6-inch display (1920 X 1080p resolution) with narrow bezels. The top variant of the Mi Notebook Pro comes with the latest eighth-generation Intel Core i7 quad core processor, with a maximum clock speed of up to 4.0 GHz. This is complimented by NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics card and a Dual channel 2400MHz DDR4 RAM. For storage, the Mi Notebook Pro comes with a 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD as well as one free SATA SSD slot.
The Notebook includes a fingerprint sensor built into a precision trackpad. The notebook has a 3-in-1 card reader, two USB-C ports, two regular USB ports, and a full-sized HDMI port. Which the MacBook Pro lacks, with just four Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports. All this is powered by a 60Wh battery.
The base model of the Mi Notebook Pro is priced at 6399 Chinese yuan, but the when and where the laptop will be available is not clear. Like Notebook Air, the Notebook will be initially launched in China and gradually will be launch globally. We can expect the Notebook Pro in Nepal in near future as most of Xiaomi product are available in Nepal.
And again, it won’t come cheap, let’s not keep our hopes high.