Weighing at just 1.28kg and sporting a 13.3-inch display, the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air is an ultraportable laptop packing Nvidia GeForce 940M graphics.
The design appears to have been inspired by Apple's MacBook Air.
The Mi Notebook Air has two USB ports: One Type-C port for power and an HDMI port on the side.
The keyboard is actually pretty comfortable to type on and feels satisfyingly clicky when you use it.
As an ultrapotable, the Air is slim, just 14.8mm thick.
The speakers are located at the bottom, which can make the palm rest vibrate when at full power. It's not uncomfortable, but it will distract you if you're gaming.
There's no Xiaomi logo on the front of the notebook, instead, the only indication that it's a Xiaomi device is just below the screen.
The Air comes in two colors, gold or silver.
Xiaomi has also launched a 12.5-inch version powered by an Intel Core-M processor, which has 11.5 hours of battery life. You can see the slight difference in sizes here.
The smaller laptop is also lighter, at a mere 1.08kg, which makes it easy to carry around. But it lacks discrete graphics, meaning it's not as good for gaming as the 13.3-inch version.
The feel of the keyboard is the same as the 13.3-inch version, which is great.
Like the 13.3-inch model, the 12.5-inch Mi Notebook Air has no logo on the front.
You can easily hold this super-light laptop up with your fingers.