Xiaomi jumps into the laptop market with a MacBook Air lookalike
This is [UNKNOWN] here in Beijing to check out this Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro.
Now the 13.3-inch notebook features discrete graphics which means you can play games like [UNKNOWN] like a pro.
Other features include 8 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of onboard storage Now I quite like typing on this $750 notebook.
The experience was pleasant and the keys had a very clicky feel that I really love.
This laptop will go on sell in Beijing on the second of August and will come in two colors, gold and silver.
We also built a 12.5-inch version that has no discrete graphics, and features an Intel core M processor.
It'll go on sale at the same time, and will cost $525 US.
Development are slow, CNet, stay tuned
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