Alex, 20 Jan 2021Where do you see HD? It says pretty clear 1080p.I think he saw the webcam have 720p and got confused it to be the Display
Mat, 19 Jan 2021Does it have spyware ?Where do you see HD? It says pretty clear 1080p.
blue.sun, 19 Jan 2021Yes, I would recommend. Don't take seriously the stupid Intel haters.Amd is alot faster than Intel. That's were the "hate" comes from.
You get somewhere between 30-50% more multicore perf for the same money by getting an AMD CPU. You would be stupid not to get an amd CPU. With Intel you get 4 cores, AMD has 6 and 8 core offerings.
Mat, 19 Jan 2021Does it have spyware ?Which one are you referring to, Windows or Android?
blue.sun, 19 Jan 2021Yes, I would recommend. Don't take seriously the stupid Intel haters.nope never, just buy M1 backbook or AMD laptop, or ARM windows
blue.sun, 19 Jan 2021Yes, I would recommend. Don't take seriously the stupid Intel haters.Ryzen is much better. No hate here
User098, 19 Jan 2021Would anyone recommend this?Yes, I would recommend. Don't take seriously the stupid Intel haters.
Mi note books may be available but service centers for mi laptops are not available
And for this price there are several best laptop than this
Eg hp pavilion
There is no upgradeble ram don't support mi laptop most are 8gb ram can't buy 16gb ram its not futher proof.they are not bringing amd mobile cheaps which are faster,more core,and also faster gpu.
The issue with mi laptops is they are still using sata ssd instead of nvme, infact this is a major downgrade and will affect the overall performance.. sata ssd can only give a max of 600mbs speed whereas nvme can deliver above 1700 speeds, almost three times that of sata ssd.. and the same for price difference.. it will be better to choose a laptop with 10th or 11th i3 with nvme ssd rather than i5 with sata ssd..
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2021> 14" screen with 1080p resolution and 16:9 ratio. You get a SATA 3 SSD, and a 46 Wh b... moreAt that price point, it's not a mistake. All those 16:10 or bigger batteries are on high end/business machines that usually start at 800$ or more.
also, fun fact: M.2 can run on SATA. They are not necessarily Pci-e based.