Xiaomi will unveil the new Mi Notebook tomorrow at noon, India time. Today, the company is offering a last round of sneak peeks. The laptop will be “ultra thin” and “ultra light” and it will have an SSD.
The company advertises that as 30x faster than HDDs. Which it may well be, but this is hardly the first Mi laptop to have an SSD (both SATA and PCIe, depending on how much you were willing to spend).
Here's a glimpse of what you will be seeing tomorrow.— Mi India (@XiaomiIndia) June 10, 2020
The stage is set and so are we to launch the #MiNoteBook.
Tune in tomorrow at 12 Noon to watch the Livestream on our social media handles.
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Anyway, here’s a short video that shows a few tantalizing close-ups of the laptop. There’s something interesting going on with the keyboard (longer key travel, perhaps?), we’ll find out what tomorrow.
The event page for tomorrow’s reveal shows a few key specs for the laptop – a 1080p screen, Intel Core i7 processor, the aforementioned SSD and a promise of long battery life. Tune in tomorrow for the rest of the details.
If you don’t feel like going to the store, Xiaomi will publish an AR app that will let you explore the Mi Notebook from the comfort of your own home.
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