YoloBS, 27 Mar 2018This is most expensive product of xiaomi ever. Nop, the Mi Laser Projector is more expensive
The hinge itself is design poorly. And it doesn't have any numerical keypad. So I would rather get other gaming laptops.
Twix, 27 Mar 2018this kind of keyboard is hard to play with, since there is no Num pad + there is extra utility... moreWhat? I'm playing on a 60 % keyboard, a Vortex Pok3r - it has never caused any issues due to the smaller form factor. :-)
Also, 1060 is pretty much a minimum level for a reasonable gaming GPU in my opinion.
ProJames, 27 Mar 2018What, you want KabyLake Refresh? The processors for ULV purposes?I think he wants 8th gen 'coffee lake'. It depends on whether it has K series chips or H series. If it's the K series than 7th gen is significantly worse than 8th, but if it's the H than it'll be fine.
Ryuhoshi, 27 Mar 2018Kaby Lake in 2018? Are they serious?What, you want KabyLake Refresh? The processors for ULV purposes?
Xiaomi netbooks and notebooks for work (Pro line) are really really really good, so let's hope their "gaming" oriented version will be good as well.
Its weird but these aren't actually significantly cheaper than whats already on the market(comparing hardware ofc). So why would anyone buy this over an asus machine?
The design looks good. I hope that there's a maintenance panel and the RAM and SSD is not soldered.
this kind of keyboard is hard to play with, since there is no Num pad + there is extra utility keys on the left of Esc,Tab... etc.
2.7 kg isn't bad for a Gaming Laptop.
It's actually lighter than most Gaming Laptops out there.