In Beijing held a large-scale event during which the company Xiaomi has introduced a new line of products. Previously, the Mi Air laptop Notebook 4G managed to “light up” on news resources before the official announcement, but we can now offer the most complete and accurate information about the new product.
Mi Notebook Air 4G is an improved version of the Xiaomi ultra-slim laptop. Judging by the title, the manufacturer attempted to compete with the well-known decision in tune with the Apple name due to the inclusion of the laptop module of LTE networks, converting it into an independent device to access the Internet. To work the laptop uses a high-speed network of China Mobile with a claimed maximum data transfer rate 80 Mbps.
As noted in Xiaomi, the speed of the new 4G LTE twice faster than iPad Pro in a version with a 4G modem. The owners of Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air 4G will get 4 GB of bandwidth monthly and 48 GB annually, paying a tariff package for about $ 225.
The laptop is running Windows 10 and will be released on the market in two main variants. A more powerful model will get a 13.3-inch screen, but for users with more modest budget will offer 12.5-inch “Lite” version. When the thickness of 14.8 mm and a weight of 1.28 kg 13.3-inch Notebook Mi Air includes a powerful 4-Core Intel Core i7 3.0 GHz, accelerator NVIDIA GeForce 940MX with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory, 8 GB of LPDDR4 RAM, 256 GB SSD format expansion card PCI Express.
According to the developers, the battery capacity of 40 W·h enough to provide a laptop up to 9.5 hours of battery life. Due to charging by USB interface-C battery can be recharged from 0 to 50% in just half an hour.
Hardware Junior 12.5-inch version has not changed: Intel Core i5, 4 GB of RAM format DDR3L, SSD 128 GB, one USB 3.0 port (instead of two 13.3-inch versions). The battery life is 11.5 hours. With a thickness of just 12.9 mm and weight of 1.07 kg, this notebook will become a very handy companion.
In China new items will be available in January 2017. The Junior version priced at $680, and a variant with a 13.3-inch screen will cost $1000.