Jun 12, 2017 03:45 PM EDT
Xiaomi entered into the notebook market approximately a year ago with the Mi Notebook Air. Originally released in 13.3 and 12.5-inch models, Xiaomi later launched 4G versions and also upgraded their processors. The Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13.3-inch version is getting another upgrade and it is unveiling very soon.
The new Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13.3-inch was spotted on Jingdong Mall (JD.com). It doesn't seem much different from the 4G and non-4G models on the outside. However, when users flip it open, the first difference is staring in the face.
In the leaks, the touchpad seems different thanks to the pill-shaped design at the top right corner, which said to be a fingerprint scanner. The internals of Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13.3-inch has also been upgraded.
The 6th Gen Core-i5 processor has been swapped for a 7th gen Core i5-7200U with a maximum clock speed of 3.1GHz. The graphics card has also been upgraded from a GTX 940MX to a NVIDIA GeForce MX150, as reported by Gizmochina.
RAM of Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13.3-inch will yet be limited to 8 GB along with storage options of 128 GB or 256 GB SSD. Rest of the features will Bluetooth 4.0, a USB-C (5 GB/s) port, two USB 3.0 (2.5 GB/s) ports, a full-sized HDMI and a 4-cell battery with fast charge support that can charge the laptop to up to 50 percent in 30 minutes. There has been no mention of a design change and even the overall weight of Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13.3-inch is mentioned as 1.3 kg that is almost similar to 1.28 kg of the original, as reported by Firstpost.
The new Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 13.3-inch is said to carry a price tag of at 4999 (∼$735) for the 128GB model and ¥5499 (∼$805) for the 256GB variants. Stay tuned to Droid Report for more update.
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