You probably remember the Mi Notebook Air release in the summer. The ultrabook came in two sizes 13.3-inch and 12.5-inch, both with 1080p displays. Now the Chinese company announced upgraded version of the notebooks with 4G built-in support.
Even more - Xiaomi is partnering with China Mobile and the devices are pre-bundled with 4GB data plan/month for one year.
Both devices sport all-metal design and screens with 170-degree viewing angle. The 12.5-inch device is just 14.8mm thick and only 1.07kg but comes at a price - Xiaomi opted to go for lightness and portability so only fitted a Core M family processor. The 13.3” notebook is slightly heavier - 1.28kg, but comes with an Intel Core i5-6200U CPU, an NVidia 940MX GPU and 8GB DDR4 RAM.
The 12.5” notebook costs 4699 CNY or about $680 while it’s bigger sibling is priced at 6999 CNY or approx. $1010 with the data plan included.