Leakage of the 13.3-inch Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air

The presence of Xiaomi in the light notebook market is still fairly limited, but it is impressive in terms of performance, but it is rather strange that the Mi Notebook Air device, which was revealed last July, is leaking information about the second generation of the device since That moment.

A 4G version of the device was released last December, and now we seem to have another update on the device. According to early information, this time Xiaomi intends to release new versions of some devices with a size of 13.3.

The new version comes with a fingerprint reader, and on the side of the touchpad, as well as an update of the internal parts of the device, the old generation of the old generation Core-i5 was replaced by a processor of the seventh generation Core i5-7200U maximum speed 3.1 GHz and replaced the graphics card GTX 940MX with an NVIDIA GeForce MX150 card, which should provide up to three times the best performance performance of the 940MX card.

The device also comes with 8 GB RAM, with two options for internal storage 128 GB or 256 GB, and other specifications include Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0, USB-C fast transfer of data 5 Gbps, and two USB 3.0 ports Type A data transfer speeds of 2.5 Gbps, HDMI port, and four-cell battery supported by fast charging through Type C ports, where 50% of the battery is charged in just 30 minutes.

There seems to be no change in the design of the device, and the specifications page stated that the device weighs 1.3 kg, which is almost equal to the weight of the original machine weighing 1.28 kg.

We still do not know exactly when Xiaomi is expected to release its new line of mobile devices, but all signs seem to indicate a little wait before purchasing the Mi Notebook Air devices, and the device will be provided with a 13.3-inch device for ordering starting Monday, June 12, $ 735 for the 128 GB option and $ 809 for the 256GB option.




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