Xiaomi has just launched a brand new notebook in India. The latest laptop is a new entry in the company’s existing Mi Notebook 14 lineup and features a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor along with an integrated 720p HD webcam.
The Mi Notebook 14 (IC) is the latest addition to the Chinese tech giant’s laptop offerings in the Indian market, with the most notable change being an integrated camera. For those unaware, the Mi Notebook 14 series that was launched back in 2020, featured minimal bezels and shipped with an external attachable webcam. However, with the new launch, Xiaomi has built the camera into the body of the laptop. The new laptop starts from 43,999 INR (roughly 600 US Dollars) and is available via the company’s official website, or major e-retailers like Amazon and Flipkart.
As per Radhu Reddy, Chief Business Officer of Mi India, “With an increasing number of work-from-home and laptop users seeking out uncompromised performance, we at Mi India are focused on making this desire more accessible.” He further added that “After taking considerable consumer feedback, we are now expanding our Mi Notebook 14 portfolio to include a more convenient integrated web camera above the display. We retain 10th generation Intel CometLake processors in the new devices as well, since they offer great productivity performance for thin and light laptops and offer day-long battery life.”
In other words, the internal specifications are mostly identical to the Mi Notebook 14 series that launched last year. Under the hood, an Intel Core i5-10210U Processor is offered, which is paired with either an integrated Intel UHD 620 graphics or NVIDIA’s GeForce MX250 mobile graphics card. The display is still a 14-inch anti-glare FHD panel with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a wide 178-degree viewing angle. For memory, Xiaomi is offering 8GB of DDR4 RAM and up to 512GB of SSD storage. The laptop weighs just 1.5 kilograms and offers up to 10 hours of battery life with its 46WWH battery.
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