Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air

Jul 28, 2016

Category: Tech

Imitation is the best flattery, right? While Apple’s lawyers may not share the same sentiment, it sure seems to be what drove the design of Xiaomi Mi’s first laptop, the Notebook Air.

While the design sure seems cribbed from the Macbook Air, this laptop is more than just looks. The computer comes in either a 13.3 inch size or a 12.5 configuration. Both setups boast a metallic and slim body, a 1080p display, backlit keyboards, and a USB charging port all at 1.28 kilograms. Ideal for those who love PC gaming, this thing comes with a pretty hefty Intel Core i5-6200U dual core processor along with a NVIDIA GeForce 940MX GPU graphics card. Another couple of specs worth noting are the 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage on a solid state drive and room for more thanks to an open slot left by Xiaomi Mi. To make it all the better, when this hits the market on the second of August, it’ll be priced competitively at $750. [H/T: HighSnobiety]

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 1

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 2

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