Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 12.5-inch Version Launched with Full HD Display

The Xiaomi brand which is known for affordable smartphones which already a popular smartphone brand in India

But do you have any idea about this brand that will also a lot of other electronic gadgets as well. The company has launched a new version of Notebook which looks fine and glossy and also boasts beasty performance. The new laptop named Mi Notebook Air that offers a Full HD display and also several other mainstream features.

Specifications

The new Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air is a versatile laptop that features a 12.5-inch deployed by a Full HD screen with a display resolution of 1080p. The screen has thin bezels measuring just 5.71mm.On design, the notebook sports a thin and light metal unibody design. Xiaomi assures the design offers sturdiness to the small form-factor laptop. The device is powered by an Intel’s seventh-generation Core i5 CPU, paired with 4GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Coming to its size and weight details, It is about 12.9mm thick. It’s also extremely lightweight, weighing just about 1.07kg.

Despite this specs, Xiaomi is surprisingly silent on the actual capacity of the battery that fits in the Mi Notebook Air 12.5-inch version. However, The company claims that hat Mi Notebook Air (12.5-inch) can go up to 11.5 hours on a single charge, Gizmochina reports. Moreover, Xiaomi has built-in USB Type-C port that supports Fast Charging. The laptop runs Windows 10 operating system.

For Pricing, The Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air (12.5-inch) has been launched in China at RMB 3,999, which translates to a little over Rs 40,000. The laptop is allowed for pre-booking but there are no details regarding actual date of sale yet. And the firm didn’t confirm the international availability of the latest Mi Notebook Air. But we speculate that the company could launch the laptop in India early next year. As it was recently stated by the Xiaomi Global’s VP Manu Kumar Jain that in the coming year the company would try to bring more of its gadgets to India, including its Mi Gaming Laptop.

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