Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro launched with 15.6-inch display, Windows 10

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro

The price of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro is Rs RMD 6,399.

The new Mi Notebook Pro will directly compete with the Apple MacBook Pro.

One of the highlights of the Mi Notebook Pro is that it comes with a fingerprint sensor for biometric authentication. The flagship notebook also features a built-in fingerprint scanner embedded into the trackpad.

This will be Xiaomi's second outing in the Notebook space, after the company launched the successful Mi Notebook Air in 2016. For gamers, this means the Mi Notebook Pro is capable of some light gaming. The Mi Notebook Pro's hardware is strong and it could survive drops and hits. Any 15-inch "pro" laptop deserves a higher-res screen (even if it's something less than 4K), and you're going to notice the lack of pixels on a 1080p display that big.

The best part is Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro laptop houses with the latest 8th Generation Core i7 processor.

Xiaomi has applied its usual recipe for the Mi Notebook Pro, creating an alternative to the 15-inch MacBook Pro that is significantly less expensive but still really well equipped for this segment.

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro display

The Windows 10 notebook can be configured with up to 16 GB of dual channel RAM and a 1 TB PCIe SSD.

Let us begin with the display - the Xiaomi Notebook Pro comes out into the markets with a 15.6 inched display, which is protected with a Gorilla Glass 3.

- 2-antenna AC Wi-Fi, so the Wi-Fi performance should be good.

And when it comes to connectivity, the device feature a 3-in-1 SD card slot, two USB Type-C ports, a HDMI port, two USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack. On-board, are also a pair of capable Harman Infinity speakers, an aluminium chassis.

The Core i7 processor and 16GB RAM variant will feature a pricing of 6999 Chinese Yuan ($1074 or Rs. 68,630 approx). Additionally, it packs with Nvidia's new Geforce MX 150 chip.This chip is by far the most powerful graphical integrated chip by Intel which Xiaomi's Notebook is offering. It's unlikely the notebook will be available outside of China.


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