Today, Xiaomi has unveiled its Mi NoteBook 14 and NoteBook 14 Horizon edition in the Indian market. Both devices come with a sleek 14 inches anti-glare Full HD LCD with a 16:9 aspect ratio, a magnesium-aluminum chassis, 10th gen Intel CPUs and bottom-firing speakers at a price enough to make competition go back to the drawing board.
Mi NoteBook 14 is the more affordable option of the two and comes with a 10th gen Intel core i5 CPU paired with an 8GB DDR4 RAM. You get the choice to choose between two variants, the base variant with standard Intel UHD 620 GPU, or the top variant that comes with an Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU. Depending on the model, Mi Notebook offers either 256GB or 512GB SATA SSD storage. The weight of Mi NoteBook 14 is 1.5Kg
Mi Notebook 14 price starts at INR 41,999 ($553) for the base variant with 256GB SATA SSD storage, which goes all up to INR 47,999 ($593) for the top of the line variant that comes with Nvidia GeForce 250 + 512GB SSD.
Horizon edition is the more premium option available in two CPU options. We are talking about 10th gen Intel Core i5, and 10th gen Intel Core i7 powered variants here. Mi NoteBook 14 HE also offers a more powerful Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPU packed in a slimmer and more compact chassis. The bezels of HE edition is so thin that there is no in-built webcam to be found in the notebook. Mi is providing an external webcam in the package.
Mi Notebook HE has 8GB DDR4 RAM, but you get a choice between 256GB or 512GB SATA/NVMe storage. The weight of Mi NoteBook 14 Horizon edition is 1.35Kg.
Mi Notebook 14 price starts at INR 54,999 ($553) for the base variant with Intel Core i5 + 256GB SATA SSD storage and goes all up to INR 59,999 ($593) for the top of the line variant that comes with an Intel Core i7 CPU + Nvidia GeForce 350 GPU + 512GB SSD variant.
Both Mi NoteBooks, as mentioned above, will go on sales starting June 17, and there will be a limited time INR 2000 cashback offer for the buyers who'll check out the product using an HDFC bank card.
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