Anonymous, 28 Mar 2018IMO, KabyLake-H is still very good... for an Intel. Entry level 7300HQ has robust performance ... moreNow that Coffee Lake H series has launced we know it's considerably faster. I ran some benchmarks and I'm getting 50% better scores in multicore tests. Those extra cores and threads are a great improvement
Wtf is wrong with them. The 8th gen H series processors have launched literally days after the launch of the Mi Gaming Laptops lineup. Xiaomi better update their lineups with the new processors to stay in the game as their laptops are already overpriced.
I don't know how they overlooked such a big thing when launching the laptops. Every one was awaiting yhe release of the new processors they had to know it.
The specs seems similar to Thunderobot laptops, which you can order now for a better price too.
Looks good but "overpriced"! You can get the same specs from other suppliers out there for under USD1000. So, who do you think you are? If they had an entry level price for the 16GB i7 etc for $899 or so then they are competitive. Otherwise too expensive and won't sell well.
Mapping SoC is hard that lead same chip give so much different in output, that is why IT & enginerrs willing to pay higher price for Fujitsu, HP, asus for maximize capability
Fulljack, 27 Mar 2018Coffee Lake-H isn't official yet, and Kaby Lake-R are only a 15W TDP CPU so it's not as strong... moreIMO, KabyLake-H is still very good... for an Intel. Entry level 7300HQ has robust performance in demanding tasks. 7700HQ is quite better. However I fear CoffeeLake-H is going to be marginal improvments. Myabe that's why its not official yet? But KabyLake-R has only marginal improvments of Skylake-R. Man Intel is lame, but the least lame.
Most cheaper gaming laptops weigh around 2.7 , its actuaaly decent.
AnonD-418798, 27 Mar 2018The price... Doesn't seems right.. overpriced chinese trash
Ryuhoshi, 27 Mar 2018Kaby Lake in 2018? Are they serious?Coffee Lake-H isn't official yet, and Kaby Lake-R are only a 15W TDP CPU so it's not as strong as Kaby Lake-H on sustained performance. Xiaomi can't just release a Laptop with an imaginary processor.
LOL only 4 zones RGB, no 120Hz for 1400 USD, heavy also saddest "gaming" laptop ever
Sathish, 27 Mar 2018The Author (or Article) tells the same..!Ooops.. Sorry My Bad :(
Anonymous, 27 Mar 20182.7 kg isn't bad for a Gaming Laptop. It's actually lighter than most Gaming Laptops out there.The Author (or Article) tells the same..!
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018I think he wants 8th gen 'coffee lake'. It depends on whether it has K series chips or H serie... moreOn mobile devices, only HQ models are fit for gaming. A K model has like much more than 90W of TDP, and the HQ are at 45W. Maybe you meant the HK like the i7-7820HK
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018What support do you mean? If they run Windows, they get updates from Microsoft I thought.I mean anything happened e.g hardware issues. it's difficult to reach them, especially you bought from a third-party retailer. Also, this time I hope they ship this gaming notebook with the English version of Windows and not the Chinese one.
AnonD-747730, 27 Mar 2018Surely this one will have a poor support like the mi notebooksWhat support do you mean? If they run Windows, they get updates from Microsoft I thought.