The notebook connectivity options include the Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB Type-C port and 3-in-1 SD card slot. It has a dedicated graphics card from Nvidia.
This notebook is Xiaomi's answer to the Apple MacBook Pro 2017. All three supposedly have 256GB SSD as internal storage. The Mi Notebook Pro features an 8th generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor claiming to be the first batch of notebooks in the world to do so.
In terms of specifications, the Mi Notebook Pro sports a 15.6-inch display with 72 percent NTSC colour gamut, which is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It is powered by a Microsoft Windows Hello. There is also a fingerprint scanner on the top right corner of the trackpad, making it also compatible with Windows Hello.
Starting with the build, you get an all metal body on the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro. Lei Jun said, " "many of the engineers in my company love MacBook Pro, that's why we looked at MacBook Pro when we designed Mi Notebook Pro". Let us take a closer look at the Mi Notebook Pro specifications and features. 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.
Other than the screen, the hardware inside the Mi Notebook Pro seems very impressive.
Last year's Mi Notebook came in around the 3599 RMB mark, but the Pro version is a little pricier. It has fast charging and a battery rated for 60WH. The laptop measures 360.7 x 243.6 x 15.9 mm and weighs 1.95kg. The speakers sport Harman Infinity tag. A Core i7/16GB RAM configuration will set you back the rough equivalent of $1,075 (6999 yuan), but it's probably wise not to expect United States availability anytime soon.
The Core i7 processor and 16GB RAM variant will feature a pricing of 6999 Chinese Yuan ($1074 or Rs. 68,630 approx).
As noted earlier, there is no guarantee that Xiaomi will launch the Mi Notebook in India, although if it does chances are that it may find a number of takers. As far as availability goes, details are scant, but it will be available in China soon.
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However, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the focus should be on de-escalating tensions not "just chanting about sanctions".