Xiaomi is certainly not afraid to challenge and emulate Apple in as many business departments as possible, looking to steal the iPhone 8's thunder today with a attractive, almost borderless Mi MIX 2, as well as explicitly marketing the Mi Note 3 handset and Mi Notebook Pro as iPhone 7 Plus and MacBook Pro contenders.
The Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro is wrapped in the magnesium alloy material. That aside, it sports a minimalist design that looks like machined metal, though we can't say for sure.
15-6 inch display with thin-bezels and unknown resolution. If the Mi Notebook Pro features a Thunderbolt 3 port, then we are certain that you will be able to attach an eGPU and enjoy next-gen gaming titles at fluid frames. Furthermore, the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro is by far the largest laptop from Xiaomi.
The best part is Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro laptop houses with the latest 8th Generation Core i7 processor.
Not a whole lot of details are known about the product save that it is likely to be released in China first at a retail price of 6399 Chinese Yuan (US$982).
Connectivity options include 3-in-1 SD card slot, two USB Type-C ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a full-sized HDMI port, and two USB Type-A ports (USB 3.0 and USB 2.0). All the variants feature 256GB of SSD storage and offer a DDR4 RAM. The same graphics chip also reveals that the Mi Notebook Pro can output an image to up to three display simultaneously, in addition to being compatible with Intel's proprietary InTru 3D technology. The top end variant runs on the more powerful Core i7-8550U processor clocked at 4 GHz. Rs 68,625), while the 8GB RAM and Intel Core i5 with 8GB RAM come with a price tag of CNY 6,399 (approx. Besides, the display also features a 72 percent NTSC color gamut and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for added protection. In fact, this special love for MacBook Pro can be seen in the whole presentation as Lei Jun kept comparing everything from benchmarks to keyboard to the MacBook Pro. With 15.9 mm thickness, the Mi Notebook Pro weighs 1.95 KG. In comparison, the entry level 13-inch 8GB DDR3 dual-core i5 MacBook Pro starts at £1,249.