We've known for a while that Xiaomi's Redmi submarket is getting its first laptop ready, and the firm eventually took off the device. Redmi K20 event in China.
The RedmiBook 14 won't attend you in terms of aesthetics, and looks like a Macbook Air. But the brand's first laptop, which weighs at 1.5 kilograms (3.3 pounds), brings quite respectful core features.
Redmi's notebook offers an eighth generation Intel Core i5 (8265U) or Core i7 (8565U) processor, 8GB of RAM, and a SSD (256GB or 512GB). The laptop also delivers a 14-inch full HD screen (1,920 x 1,080).
Other well-known RedmiBook 14 specifications include a GeForce MX250 GPU, two USB 3.0 ports, & # 39; a USB 2.0 port, & # 39; 3.5 mm input, an HDMI port (HDMI 1.4) and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Don't & nbsp; USB C harbor already here.
Xiaomi's sub-brand says its laptop should last up to 10 hours when the video plays locally, up to seven hours when video is downloaded, and up to 11 hours when browsing the web. The firm also claims that you only need 35 minutes of charging to go from zero to 50 percent battery capacity.
The RedmiBook 14 starts at 3.999 yuan (~ $ 578) for the Core i5 / 256GB SSD model. Need more grunt? Then you can opt for the Core i5 / 512GB model for 4.299 yuan (~ $ 622), or the Core i7 / 512GB variant for 4.999 yuan (~ $ 723).