Alongside the launch of its K20 flagship, Redmi also announced their first ever laptop. Looking at the specifications and the price tag, it seems like Redmi is keeping up the ideology of making budget products with high value for money.
RedmiBook 14 has a 14.1-inch LCD panel with full HD resolution. It boasts thin bezels and an 81.2% screen to body ratio. It has a common Macbook aesthetic with its silver color and an extremely light and thin body made of anodized aluminum. It weighs only 1.5 kilos and has a thickness of 18mm.
For the hardware you can choose between an 8th Gen Core i7 or i5 and no matter which variant you choose, you get Nvidia’s GeForce MX250 GPU with 2GB of GDDR5 memory.
Coming to the storage, you can get up to a 512GB SSD with 8 gigs of RAM. There’s a 46Wh battery on board with two USB 3.o ports and one USB 2.o port. There’s also an HDMI port and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The Core i5 variant with 256GB SSD costs $580, whereas the Core i7 model with 512GB SSD is priced at $720. The notebook will go on sale on June 11.
Previously, Xioami’s notebooks were exclusive to China, but since Redmi is targeting international markets, it is safe to assume that we will see the RedmiBook 14 outside of China as well. Fingers crossed for a Pakistan launch.