One of the devices to be launched on July 27 by Xiaomi will be the Mi Notebook; the second being the 4th Generation Redmi Note. The first time news of a notebook from the Chinese giant surfaced was 7 months ago. While some of the specs in that post have changed, others have remained true.
The Mi Notebook will be available in 2 sizes, viz.: 11 inches and 12.5 inches (13 inches) with the latter confirmed to be a Full HD display although without touchscreen support.
It will also feature an Intel Skylake U-Series Core i7 processor (Core i7-6500U) clocked at 2.50 GHz (3.0GHz Max). The processor has an integrated GPU called HD Graphics 520 which offers performance in range of a dedicated GeForce 820M. Tests say the GPU will be able to handle 2015 games smoothly although in low settings.
The Mi notebook will feature 8GB of RAM and ship with Windows 10. The charger is similar to that of Huawei’s Matebook which uses a USB Type-C with maximum charge power at 65W (20V/3.25A).
Xiaomi has applied for two patents with respect to the notebook. One is for an intelligent charging adapter and the other is for a thermal processing method and apparatus.
There is still no information about the prices but we trust it will sure be cheaper than similar products in the market right now.