Xiaomi launched Mi Notebook Air 12.5 inches weighing 1.07kg

Xiaomi continues to shrink Mi Notebook Air to 12.5 inches, probably to fill the Apple Macbook 12 segment.
Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 12.5-inch version has slim and light metallic design. Xiaomi ensures this design offers a rugged look for laptops with such a compact appearance.

As the name suggests, Mi Notebook Air has a small screen size of only 12.5 inches with Full HD resolution, a wide viewing angle of up to 170 degrees and Corning Gorilla Glass toughened glass protection 3. The device is available The design is quite similar to the 13.3-inch version but is lighter and thinner with a thickness of about 12.9mm and weighs 1.07kg.

 

In comparison, it is easy to see that these two versions are priced equally, but the 13.3-inch version comes with an Intel Core i3 8-processor with 8GB of RAM. Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 12.5 inch uses the 7th generation Intel Core i5 processor combined with 4GB RAM and 256GB hard drive.

Xiaomi does not provide any higher configuration options for Mi Notebook Air 12.5 inches. This means that buyers are not allowed to use the more powerful 8th generation Intel Core i5 processor. However, the 7th generation Intel Core i5 processor is still a significant upgrade from the M3 processor in its predecessor.

Xiaomi has not disclosed the actual battery capacity of Mi Notebook Air 12.5 inches, but the company has confirmed that the laptop can work for 11.5 hours, supporting fast charging, USB Type-C port and pre-installed Windows operating system ten.

Currently users in China have been able to pre-order Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 12.5 inch using Intel Core i5 7th-generation CPU for 580 USD. However, the official date has not been revealed.

Umair Ahmed
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