Xiaomi’s upcoming laptop model Mi Notebook, which is scheduled to hit the Indian market next week, will attract those looking for affordable laptops or it will compete with models like premium window-based ultrabooks and MacBook Air.
The Mi Notebook is scheduled to launch in India on June 11 and the company is unveiling its features one by one before the launch. It has been learned from the latest teaser of the company that Mi Notebook will offer up to 12 hours of battery life in a single charge. Earlier, the company had revealed that the Mi Notebook Indian model will be given slim bezels and high screen-to-body ratio. The company plans to compete with existing computer and laptop brands such as Acer, Asus, Dell, HP and Lenovo by launching Mi Notebook in India. It is worth noting that this is the first laptop of Xiaomi to be launched in India. The company has launched several laptops under the Redmi and Mi brands in China.
Xiaomi has shared a 7-second teaser video on its Twitter handle, which mentions the 12-hour battery life of the Mi Notebook to be launched in India next week. In this video, a watch is seen running for 12 hours, which indicates the 12-hour battery life of this laptop.
The teaser states that the “Epic” battery performance is present in the Mi notebook. However, it is also necessary to mention here that companies like Apple and Dell have already claimed to give up to 12 hours of battery life in their laptops.
Earlier this week, Xiaomi released another teaser informing that the upcoming Mi Notebook model will be given the most screen-to-body ratio.
Significantly, Xiaomi is known for selling affordable smartphones in India. However, the company also changed this thinking by launching the Mi10 last month, which has an initial price of Rs 49,999. In such a sitiuation, it will be interesting to see whether the company’s upcoming laptop model Mi Notebook, which is going to knock in India next week, will attract those looking for affordable laptops or will it be offering models like premium window-based ultrabooks and MacBook Air Will bump
Let me tell you, Xiaomi has a separate Mi Laptop and RedmiBook option segment in China. However, now the company is planning to further expand its laptop segment in India too. The company claims that the Mi Notebook is specifically designed keeping in mind Indian customers.