The Xiaomi has a range of quality notebooks and advanced technical specifications to compete for space with more traditional brands such as Dell, Acer, and even Apple. The manufacturer has Mi Notebook Air, which follows the formula of MacBook Air and Dell XPS 13 with high portability and powerful hardware, and Mi Notebook Pro, which resembles the MacBook Pro at a price more. In addition to these, the Chinese company has a gamer notebook with a powerful video card and a simpler intermediate model.
Next, know the specifications of all Xiaomi notebooks and find out the differences between them. Play Store Pro It is worth remembering that the Chinese brand announced its return to Brazil recently through a partnership with DL Electronics. However, despite promising to launch hundreds of electronics, the manufacturer has no plans to bring its laptops to the country. Therefore, anyone wishing to buy a branded notebook should resort to imports.
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Mi Notebook is the simplest model of the manufacturer, aimed at cost-benefit. The datasheet is not as exciting as the Pro line and design is not so stylish, but the price is lower.
The laptop has a 15.6-inch screen, with Full HD resolution, and is constructed of plastic. There are versions with Intel Core i5 8250U or Core i7 8550U, plus options with 4 GB RAM or 8 GB of RAM. The manufacturer also offers variants with SSDs or mechanical hard drives, repeating something that Dell currently does with the Inspiron 7000.
The computer can be found on the international market with GeForce MX110, Nvidia’s entry-level video card . The model has three USB ports, HDMI, Ethernet, memory card reader and headphone jack. As there are different combinations between processors, RAM and storage specifications, Mi Notebook has prices that vary greatly. However, on average, you can find it for values in the range of $ 700 (about R $ 3,105 in direct conversion, without taxes).
Mi Notebook Air
The Xiaomi ultraportable resembles the MacBook Air in design and the Dell XPS 13 in the datasheet. Available in versions with 12.5 “and 13.3” screens, the notebook has a sober and discreet look with a metal finish.
Despite the difference in screen size, either version brings Full HD resolution and display without touch functionality. With a 12.9 mm thickness and a weight of 1.07 kg, the 12.5 “model is the option for those who want a portable device, but without compromising the interfaces: there is an HDMI, USB-C, USB 3.0, in addition to a headphone jack.
My Notebook Air has full HD screen coated sapphire for durability – Photo: Press Release / Xiaomi
Regarding the datasheet, the smaller screen model may come with IntelCore m3, Core i5 8250U or i7 8550U processors, both of the eighth generation. Some versions may bring the GeForce MX150 as a dedicated card in some versions. There are variants with 4 GB or 8 GB of RAM and the storage uses NVD SSDs of 128 GB or 256 GB. Download Chain Just like in Mi Notebook Pro, the device has a digital reader and a quick recharge battery.
Mi Air has prices starting at $ 900 (about $ 3,700, indirect conversion), but can reach $ 1,400 (depending on technical specifications).
Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro
The Mi Notebook Pro rivals the MacBook Pro. With a 15.6-inch screen and design reminiscent of Apple’s laptop, the Chinese brand notebook has good specifications and only owes itself to the screen resolution, which is Full HD.
In terms of the datasheet, you can find the Mi Notebook Pro with Core i5 8250U or i7 8550U and 8GB or 16GB DDR4 RAM. In storage, the laptop always comes with 256 GB SSD, but there is a second slot for the user to expand the total with another SSD.
Xiaomi’s professional notebook also has more of a dedicated board option. The notebook can come with GeForce MX150 (upgraded to the MX250 in the 2019 versions) or GeForce GTX 1050 MaxQ. There are also two USB-C ports, two conventional USB, HDMI and card reader in the notebook which has a generous battery for up to 10 hours of use.
Regarding prices, the entry option, which brings Core i5 and 8 GB of RAM, goes for $ 920 (about R $ 3,275 in direct conversion). The top-of-the-line model, with the GTX 1050 MaxQ, stands at $ 1,400 (approximately R $ 5,670).
Mi Gaming is an entry-level gaming notebook similar to models like Samsung Odyssey, Acer Aspire Nitro 5, Dell G3 and G7. Regarding the graphics card, the device may come with a GTX 1050 Ti or the GTX 1060. In either case, the computer has a 15.6-inch screen and Full HD resolution, plus storage that splits between SSD and HD to combine performance and increased capacity.i
There are versions with i5 and i7 processors from the Intel H series and the buyer can find the model sold with 8 or 16 GB of RAM. Well equipped with ports, the Mi Gaming has four USBs, two USB-C, HDMI and headphone jack. Prices for Mi Gaming start at $ 1,115 ($ 4,520 in direct conversion) for the GTX 1050 Ti version and come to $ 1,895 for the GTX 1060 model.